The outcomes for the Associate of Pre-Nursing degree incorporate those for the AA-DTA degree. In addition, a student earning an Associate of Pre-Nursing will:
Demonstrate knowledge, skills and abilities in preparation to transfer to a four-year university in nursing.
Importance of Advising. Advising is a critical element in the completion of the Associate of Pre-Nursing degree. Each student is strongly encouraged to identify a faculty adviser as early as possible. Students, with the aid of a faculty adviser, are responsible for checking specific major requirements of baccalaureate institutions prior to transfer.
The General Requirements for the Associate of Pre-Nursing are the same as those for the AA-DTA degree. For a detailed list of these requirements, general information and information on exceptions to general or specific requirements, students should refer to the overview information on Transferable Degrees and Certificates.
These two credits may be from any department and must be numbered 100 or above. Courses may be chosen from the Distribution Areas or from courses meeting other requirements (in most cases, however, the same course cannot be used to meet two separate requirements).