Getting Admitted for a Summer term (mid-May):
The following courses or equivalents must be completed with a grade of C or better prior to the start of the program:
|Fundamentals of Chemistry||CHE 110+112 or CHE 140|
|Statistics||ECO/POL/PSY 138, MQM 100 or MAT 150|
|Fundamentals of Psychology||PSY 110|
|Lifespan Development Psychology||PSY 213|
|Microbiology and Society||BSC 160|
|Human Physiology and Anatomy I||BSC 181 or KNR 181+183|
|Human Physiology and Anatomy II||BSC 182 or KNR 182+184|
|Fundamentals of Human Nutrition||FCS 102|
|Medical Terminology||HSC 105|
In addition to the above prerequisites, the student must have earned a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree from an accredited college or university prior to summer enrollment (but not at the time of application).
Did you earn your bachelor's by attending an institution other than ISU? To find which courses would be equivalent to ISU's nursing prerequisites above, use the following resources:
|I have credits from...||Resource|
|Illinois community colleges||Course Articulation Guides|
|Universities and out-of-state community colleges||Transferology.com|
Students admitted to the major must:
Maintain consecutive summer-fall-spring-summer enrollment at the university. Any student who has not been enrolled in ISU coursework for more than one fall or spring semester or who has been academically dismissed from the major must reapply to the major. Readmission will be granted on a selective basis.
Students who are dismissed from the major will be changed to "Undeclared" major status.