The undergraduate and graduate programs within the College of Nursing and Allied Health include pre-professional as well as professional curricula. Concentrations within the programs of study are diverse and innovative, preparing students for transfer to professional schools or for further graduate study.
Minimum requirements for the undergraduate degrees offered within the College conform to the University’s General Education Degree requirements. In addition, the student shall:
- Successfully complete one of the curricula offered by the College.
- Earn a minimum grade of C or better in course work in the major or as specified by the curriculum. Grade requirements in the minor fields are stated in each specific curriculum.
- Earn a grade of C or better in ENGL 101, 102 and 368 or 468 (as defined by the program).
NOTE: Each student enrolled in a four-year program is reminded of the following university requirement: For students to graduate with a bachelor’s degree, they must have earned 45 hours in courses numbered 300 or above.
Several programs of study require selective enrollment: undergraduate and graduate nursing, dietetics and dietetic internship.