About this course
In support of the college mission, the nursing program prepares graduates to practice at entry level according to the core components as outlined by the National League for Nursing, in a variety of healthcare settings. The core components and competencies include: human flourishing, nursing judgment, professional identity, and the spirit of inquiry. Additionally, the school of nursing adheres to the core values adopted by Carolinas HealthCare System of caring, commitment, integrity, and teamwork.
- Official high school transcript verifying graduation and college preparatory coursework. Applicants with fewer than 24 hours of college credit must have a minimum high school GPA of 2.5. Applicants with a GED must submit 24 semester hours of college credit with at least nine semester hours in math and science.
- Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended with a combined cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.
- Official SAT or ACT test score report with a minimum 900 (SAT) or 19 (ACT). Copies of official score reports and scores reported on an official transcript will be accepted. For the SAT, only the critical reading and math scores are considered in calculating the minimum requirement.
*Applicants who previously attended a nursing program will not be considered for admission if they were unsuccessful in two or more nursing classes, or the same nursing class twice.
English Language Requirements:
- (TOEFL) score of 213 or above (computer), 83 or above (iBT: internet-based), or 550 or above (written exam).