Applications for admission are available each February. You should apply the year that all pre-nursing requirements will be met by the end of the first summer session.
Students are accepted based on grade point average (GPA) and the score on the KAPLAN Admission Assessment for reading comprehension. The score from the admission assessment test for Reading Comprehension will be combined with the nursing GPA to rank students for admission to nursing. The admission GPA will consist of the nursing GPA (75 percent) and the Reading Comprehension assessment score (25 percent).
Yes. Priority for admission is given to all qualified applicants who have completed the majority (51 percent or 16 hours) of their pre-nursing course work at IU Southeast. If additional space is available, the next priority is given to students who completed the majority of their course work on another Indiana University campus. Students transferring the majority of prerequisite course work from a non-IU school are given lowest priority for admission.
Students will be admitted to the School of Nursing in two cycles, Spring and Summer. Of the students admitted, 75 percent (41students) will be admitted in the Spring and 25 percent (14 students) will be admitted at the end of Summer I. Students who have completed course and GPA requirements by the end of the Spring semester and have taken 51 percent of prerequisite coursework on the IU Southeast campus will be considered for Spring admission to the School of Nursing.
Students who have completed course and GPA requirements by the end of Summer I and have taken 51 percent of required coursework on the IU Southeast campus will be the second group considered for admission. Students who met requirements but were not admitted in the spring due to limited space will be considered again with the summer group.
Yes, except for students who were pre-nursing majors before fall 2008. Those students should contact the pre-nursing advisor for the correct course plan.
Yes, a maximum of nine (9) credit hours of general education course work may be completed online. The only general education courses that cannot be taken online are SPCH-S 121 and MATH-K 300.
No. For the B.S.N. curriculum, one course fulfills one general education requirement. When a course is on more than one list, the student must choose which general education requirement the course will meet. One course cannot be used to meet two requirements.
Yes. Your IU Southeast transcript will not include the grades for the courses that you transferred. However, you will report your grades in transfer courses on your B.S.N. application.
Undistributed course work must be approved by the School of Nursing Admission, Progression, and Graduation (APG) committee. The committee will need to review the course description and syllabus for the course. Contact the pre-nursing advisor for more information.
No. Students who earn less than C in any course required for the B.S.N. must exercise the grade replacement policy to repeat the course. The most recent grade will be used to calculate the application GPA. Only three courses may be repeated, and of those only two science courses may be repeated.
Although this is not generally recommended, occasionally students who have already earned a grade of C or better in a pre-nursing course want to repeat that course to improve their application GPA. The second grade will be the grade calculated in the GPA, even if it’s a lower grade. Note: Retaking a course for which you made a C or better is not considered a “repeat”.
One time. Students must successfully complete all course work for the degree with a “C” or better by the second attempt.
Yes, EXCEPT for anatomy (ANAT-A 215), physiology (PHSL-P 215), microbiology (MICR-J 200/201), statistical techniques (MATH-K 300), and life-span development (PSY-B 310). If these courses were completed more than seven years before admission to the BSN degree, you must validate your knowledge of the subject matter through testing, creating a portfolio, or repeating the course. Contact the pre-nursing advisor for more information.
Yes. Consider the Hospital Shadowing course (COAS-S 100). This one credit hour course gives you an opportunity to shadow health care professional three hours per week at Clark Memorial Hospital. Contact the pre-nursing advisor for more information about this course.
Contact the pre-nursing advisor. Sarah Gierke, School of Nursing Phone: 812-941-2283 E-mail: email@example.com