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  Oct 19, 2017
 
2017-2018 Catalog SVC 
  
2017-2018 Catalog SVC

Pre-Nursing Direct Transfer Agreement, DTA/MRP


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Transfers to Northwest University, PLU, SPU, SU, UW Seattle, Walla Walla College, WSU Intercollegiate College of Nursing, Western Governor’s University

Purpose


This pathway is applicable to students planning to prepare for upper division Bachelor of Science, Nursing (Entry-to-practice/basic BSN pathway) by completing a broad selection of academic courses. This pathway also prepares students for entry into an Associate of Nursing DTA/MRP. Many students transfer to the BSN program after completing the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program (RN to BSN pathway).

Degree Requirements


Students must complete a minimum of 90 quarter credits in transferable courses numbered 100 or above with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 in order to graduate from SVC with an Associate in Pre-Nursing Degree. At least 25 college-level credits must be earned at SVC. Credits must satisfy course requirements listed below. Students should contact potential degree institutions regarding specific requirements where options are listed.

Courses with an ampersand (&) are Common Course Numbering courses.

1. First Quarter Experience (2 cr.)


2. Communication Skills (10 cr.)


3. Quantitative Skills (5 cr.)


  • MATH& 146 - Introduction to Stats (5)

  • Note: UW Seattle and Seattle University require 10 credits in quantitative/symbolic reasoning with the additional class in college algebra or pre-calculus (at UW Seattle a class in Logic also meets this requirement).

4. Integrative Learning Experiences


Work with your advisor on how to meet this requirement.

5. Diversity Requirement


6. Distribution Requirements (65 cr.)


Select credits from three areas of study: Natural Science, Social Science and Humanities. These courses may also satisfy Integrative Learning Experience requirements. A specific course may be credited toward no more than one distribution requirement.

C. Humanities (15 cr.)


  • CMST& 220 - Public Speaking (5)
  • Select two additional courses from the AA-DTA degree Humanities Distribution list. No more than 10 cr/ in one discipline; no more than 5 cr. in World Languages or performance/skills studio classes.

D. Electives (10 cr.)


  • Select 5 credits from courses numbered 100 and above and 5 cr. from the A A-DTA degree Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities Distribution lists.

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