GCC/NAU Concurrent Program - page 4
Hi, everyone I was accepted into the Concurrent Program at GCC in the fall but starts this summer with the NAU class. I was wanting to know if there was anyone else on here who got accepted? :) I hope everyone who wanted in... Read More
- 0No I just got on the waitlist Dec 2010. Most of the people that got in had been on it for a year or more. I was planning on applying to ASU for the fall which is why I already had a lot of the pre-reqs. I only placed myself on the waitlist as a back up plan and when I heard of this program, I was excited because it is cheaper and closer to me.
For this program, at least for now, the waitlist time/date stamp does not matter. Your hesi A2 score, gpa and pre-reqs are what matters, similar to ASU and GCU except you take the TEAS for admission at those schools.
- 0No problem. I like to help. I actually did not have all my pre-reqs complete and was accepted on provisional status, meaning as long as my classes were complete before the program started, I was fine. They only wanted people to come to the January info session who were done, but I went anyway because I needed a plan. I met 5 other people in my shoes and most of us got in with a good gpa. I have had to take 17 credit hours this semester, but it will be worth it not to wait. Now that so many people are interested, it will only get more competitive. Many of my current classmates are adding summer school in so they can apply for the schools that are doing it in January.
- 0May 16, '11 by EMTJeremyCongrats to all who got in!! I'm excited to meet everyone.
Like kamsmom, I too applied for ASU (Summer Program) but wasn't accepted. I actually got accepted to the CEP before I even heard anything about ASU (They lost my application or something).
I would have liked to finish my college career at ASU but Nursing school is nursing school.
Good luck to everyone!! We'll let you know how our "guinea pig" class goes!
- 0May 16, '11 by kc1986Thanks for the response kamsmom! I talked to one of the nursing advisors at MCC and she said because this was the first run for the program that GPA didn't play into it that much. She does imagine though after this fall cohort that the average GPA will be about a 3.50 or higher. Congrats to all who got it. I look forward to hearing about your experiences!
- 0Jun 16, '11 by HJS27maricopanursing/northern arizona university - pilot program
concurrent associate/baccalaureate degree nursing program
the maricopanursing/northern arizona university (nau) concurrent associate/baccalaureate nursing program, currently in pilot stages, is designed for qualified associate degree nursing students who are interested in earning their bachelor's of science in nursing (bsn) degree while pursuing their associate's degree in nursing. this dual enrollment program allows students to pursue an applied associate of science (aas) degree in nursing while providing an affordable course of study that enables students to complete their bsn degree in one semester after graduating with their aas degree.
students selected for the concurrent program will first complete a 3-credit nau course, nursing as a discipline and profession. after successful completion of the introductory course, students will then follow the traditional course of study for all maricopanursing students pursuing their aas degree in nursing, but at the same time they will also be enrolled in select nau nursing courses. upon completion of the maricopanursing program, graduates are eligible to take the nclex-rn test, and after licensure may practice as registered nurses. after completion of the maricopanursing aas degree and licensure as an rn, students are then eligible to take the remaining nau rn to bsn courses, which can be completed in one semester.
bsn-prepared nurses are highly valued by potential employers, and maricopanursing/nau concurrent program graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills to begin their nursing career with a degree that will promote professional advancement as a registered nurse.
- acceptance of all admission criteria for the maricopanursing pool
- acceptance to northern arizona university (nau) college of nursing
- cumulative gpa 3.0
- completion of all pre-requisite and co-requisite courses for maricopanursing
- completion of all nau pre-requisite courses as noted below
- minimum hesi admission assessment (a2) score of 75% in english composite & math
· register for and attend a mandatory cep information session. (see www.nursing.maricopa.edu for dates and times).
· register for and attend a transcript advisement and evaluation session.
· complete a concurrent program application, which includes submission of:
o admissions checklist (provided at transcript advisement & evaluation session)
o unofficial transcripts
o two reference forms from professors, administrators, employers, or professional colleagues. recommendations from friends and family will not be accepted
o copy of net or hesi a2 scores
· apply to nau undergraduate admissions (please review key information below) after acceptance into cep.
· students must have a current application in the maricopanursing pool before they can be considered for the cep.
· all students must complete both nau and maricopanursing program prerequisites as noted above.
· attendance at a cep information session and transcript advisement and evaluation session is mandatory.
· all nursing courses will be taught at one of the maricopanursing campuses either live or web-based.
· to ensure that pre-requisites meet college requirements, students are encouraged to meet with advisors at a mccd college and nau. final determinations of transfer credits will be made by mccd and nau admissions personnel.
maricopanursing pre-requisites and co-requisites:
· first year composition (eng 101 & 102)*
· chemistry (chm 130)
· critical reading (cre 101) or test exempt
· intermediate algebra (mat 120 or higher)*
· introduction to psychology (psy 101 or psy 240)*
· human anatomy & physiology i & ii (bio 201 & 202)*
· microbiology bio 205*
· humanities elective (2 credits)
additional nau pre-requisites:
· principles of human nutrition (fon 241)*
· developmental psychology (psy 240)*
· human pathophysiology (hcr 240)*
· statistics (psy 230 or mat 206)*
· college mathematics (mat 142 or higher)*
· aesthetic and humanistic inquiry (6 credits)**
· cultural understanding (6 credits)**
*courses used for gpa calculation
**or meet mcccd arizona general education curriculum (agec) certificate or a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited school.
- complete all admission requirements for maricopanursing and northern arizona university.
- attend a mandatory concurrent program orientation session.
- complete a concurrent program application.
- completion of application to the nau school of nursing, which includes:
- completed nursing application.
- two reference forms from professors, administrators, employers, or professional colleagues. recommendations from friends and family will not be accepted.
- students must be accepted into the maricopanursing pool before they can be considered for the concurrent program.
- attendance at a concurrent program information session is mandatory.
- all students must complete both nau and maricopanursing program prerequisites as noted above.
- all nursing courses will be taught at one of the maricopanursing campuses either live or web-based.
to ensure that pre-requisites meet college requirements, students are encouraged to meet with advisors at a mccd college and nau. final determinations of transfer credits will be made by mccd and nau admissions personnel.
concurrent associate / baccalaureate degree nursing program
course of study: fall entry
the plan of study for fall entry into the maricopanursing/nau concurrent program is outlined below and must be followed without deviation. in the event that modification of this course of study is absolutely necessary, approval by the concurrent program advisor is required. to maintain your status as a concurrent program student, you must be enrolled in a nau every semester as noted below without exception.
intro course title total: 3 credits
(nau) nur 330 nursing as a discipline and profession 3 credits
semester i fall total: 13 credits
(mn) nur 151 nursing theory and science i 10 credits
(nau) nur 321 gerontology 3 credits
semester ii spring total: 10 credits
(mn) nur 171 nursing theory and science ii 8 credits
(nau) nur 307 health assessment for registered nurses 2 credits
semester iii summer total: 6 credits
(nau) nur 390 research & evidence based practice in nursing 3 credits
(nau) nur 320 basic principles in palliative care 3 credits
semester iv fall total: 11 credits
(mn) nur 251 nursing theory and science iii 8 credits
(nau) nur 420 family nursing roles 3 credits
semester v spring total: 12 credits
(mn) nur 271 nursing theory and science iv 7 credits
(mn) nur 291 nursing clinical capstone 2 credits
(nau) nur 424 manager of care/health care systems 3 credits
graduate from maricopanursing with aas degree; take and pass nclex-rn
semester vi fall total: 10 credits
(nau) nur 427 public health nursing* 5 credits
(nau) nur 450c nursing leadership* 3 credits
(nau) nur 408 fieldwork* 2 credits
*rn licensure required for enrollment in these courses
- 0Aug 22, '11 by dgva81Just coming back to update. I got an email on Saturday and it told me: Congrats you have been accepted into the program! I'm kind of shocked cause I haven't even been on the waiting list that long. My date/time stamp was Dec 2010. I just need to send my transcripts to NAU, which I did today so I can be enrolled into NUR330 for the Fall. They told me I will be taking that class at the extended campus on 1-17/Greenway. I also got a letter saying that I'm going to be doing the Nursing Program at Gateway Spring 2012. I needed the part time one because of work. I'm looking forward to meeting anyone else who is on this board who is taking the class NUR330 this fall! Still shocked cause I was thinking I had a 2yr or more wait, but the sooner the better lol