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Welcome! Dr. Wanda Stutts, Chairperson Dr. Wendy Miller, Director, Pre-licensure Program Dr. Karen Reesman Dr. Phoebe Pollitt Ms. Cynthia Davis, Faculty Member Ms. Teri Goodman, Administrative Assistant
Admission Criteria 1. Admission to ASU 2. Eligible to apply after completion of 45 semester hours 3. Cumulative GPA 2.75 or above on a 4.0 scale 4. Completion of Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) with required benchmark 5. Completed application to the nursing program: Deadline April 15 th, 2010
Admission Criteria Acceptance to the University, completion of preliminary course work, GPA, satisfactory TEAS scores does not guarantee admission to the BSN program. Admission is a competitive process
Admission Criteria Not all applicants who meet the minimum requirements can be accommodated; therefore, applicants whose credentials present the best qualifications of those meeting requirements will be selected. Total # of students accepted: Up to 40 per year Applications will be available on-line soon.
Core Curriculum (44 semester hours) (Courses with an asterisk require a minimum grade of C) CHE 1101 Intro Chemistry I + Lab* (4sh) CHE 1102 Intro Chemistry II + Lab* (4sh) PSY 1200 General Psychology* (3sh) FCS 2202 Nutrition & Health* (3sh) SOC 1000 Intro to Sociology* (3sh) PHL 2000 Philosophy, Society & Ethics* (3sh) MTH 1010 Intro to Math (4sh) PHL 1040 Critical Thinking Skills (3sh) Curriculum 2008-2009
Major Requirements (77 semester hours) (A grade of C or above is required for each course in the major) STT 1810 Basic Statistics (3sh) BIO 3531 Anatomy & Physiology I(4sh) BIO 3532 Anatomy & Physiology II(4sh) BIO 3308 Microbiology(4sh) PSY 2301 Psychology of Human (3sh) Growth & Development CS 1410 Introduction to Computer (2sh) Applications
Curriculum 2009-2010 Foundation Courses (20 semester hours) (All courses require a minimum grade of C) CHE 1101 Intro Chemistry I + Lab (4sh) CHE 1102 Intro Chemistry II + Lab (4sh) PSY 1200 Psychology: Historical, Social and Scientific Foundations (3sh) FCS 2202 Nutrition & Health (3sh) SOC 1000 The Sociological Perspective (3sh) PHL 2000 Philosophy, Society & Ethics (3 sh)
Curriculum 2009-2010 Major Requirements (77 semester hours) (A grade of C or above is required for each course in the major) STT 1810 Basic Statistics (3sh) BIO 3531 Anatomy & Physiology I(4sh) BIO 3532 Anatomy & Physiology II(4sh) BIO 3308 Microbiology(4sh) PSY 2301 Psychology of Human (3sh) Growth & Development CS 1410 Introduction to Computer (2sh) Applications
Upper Division Nursing Courses SUMMER BETWEEN SOPHOMORE & JUNIOR YEAR NUR 2002 Intro to Professional Nursing (3sh) FALL, JUNIOR YEAR NUR 3100 Adult Health Nursing I(3sh) NUR 3110 Adult Health Nursing I Clinical(3sh) NUR 3120 Health Assessment(4sh) NUR 3122 Pharmacology in Nursing(2sh) NUR 3124 Foundations of Professional Nursing(3sh)
Upper Division Nursing Courses SPRING, JUNIOR YEAR NUR 3102 Adult Health Nursing II(3sh) NUR 3112 Adult Health Nursing II Clinical(3sh) NUR 3126 Mental Health Nursing (3sh) NUR 3128 Mental Health Nursing Clinical(3sh) NUR 3130 Trends & Issues in Nursing(2sh)
Upper Division Nursing Courses FALL, SENIOR YEAR NUR 4100 Intro to Nursing Research(3sh) NUR 4120 Nursing Care of Families & Communities (3sh) NUR 4122 Nursing Care of Families & Communities Clinical(3sh) NUR 4124 Nursing Care of Childbearing Families, Women & Children(3sh) NUR 4126 Nursing Care of Childbearing Families, Women & Children Clinical(3sh)
Upper Division Nursing Courses SPRING, SENIOR YEAR NUR 4128 Leadership & Management in Nursing (3sh) NUR 4110 Adult Health Nursing III (2sh) NUR 4112 Adult Health Nursing II Clinical (2sh) NUR 4130 Professional Nursing Capstone (3sh) Elective (2 hours to meet University requirement outside the major)
PATHWAY TO NCLEX-RN SUCCESS ATI Learning Resources
ATI’s Mission is Student Success I passed all of my nursing courses! I passed my RN licensing exam!
ATI Assessment Resources TEAS Self- Assessment Inventory RN-Predictor Content Mastery Series Critical Thinking Assessment
ATI Development Resources Content Mastery Series Nursing Skills Series Individualized Learning Plan with Immediate Feedback RN-Predictor and Virtual ATI
TEAS Who takes TEAS? Every nursing program applicant When is TEAS taken? Prior to April 15 th, 2010, this year only How many times is TEAS taken? Two times is allowed per application to reach cut-off score
TEAS What does TEAS cover? Reading Math Science English and language usage What are the questions like? All questions are Multiple Choice
TEAS Cut-off Score National BSN Program Mean Your TEAS score + all other BSN applicant TEAS Scores ___________________________________________ Total Number of ALL BSN TEAS Takers
TEAS How much does TEAS cost? $50 per testing TEAS registration On-line at www.atitesting.comwww.atitesting.com Pay by Credit Card or Debit Card
TEAS Are there TEAS preparation resources? Yes! On-line at www.atitesting.comwww.atitesting.com How soon do I get results? Immediately Printed out at the testing site Faculty see results on-line
TEAS When is TEAS offered this Spring? DateTimeLocationRoomsSeating Feb. 128:30-12:30Raley Hall2011 and 201058 Feb. 198:30-12:30Raley Hall2011 and 201658 Feb. 268:30-12:30Raley Hall2011 and 201658 Mar. 228:00-12Raley Hall201129 Mar. 268:30-12:30Raley Hall2011 and 201658 Mar. 298-12Raley Hall201129
Other TEAS Things Arrive 30 minutes before test time Bring photo ID On-line calculator provided
“How much does it cost to use ATI learning resources while I am in school?”
Total ATI Costs Semester One Semester Two Semester Three Semester Four Semester Five $105$76
ATI Supports Instruction How come you’re way up there? I use ATI learning resources!
CPR Prior to enrollment all students must complete the Basic Life Support for Health Care Professionals course offered by the American Heart Association. Costs vary. May range from $35 to $50.
Immunizations Students must have the following immunization for admittance to ASU : DTP or Tdap -3 doses, Polio –3 doses, Measles and Mumps – 2 doses, Rubella -1 dose. In addition, the nursing program requires: A 2 step TB test (PPD) – Annually, Varicella (Chicken Pox) – 2 doses or titer, Hepatitis B -3 doses. Influenza vaccine is highly recommended. For costs of these vaccines on campus please go to: http://healthservices.appstate.edu/pagesmith/125
Criminal Background Checks and Drug Screening Clinical agencies may require students to have criminal background checks and drug screens. The agencies make the determination if students will be permitted to attend clinical at their agency. If a suitable placement cannot be found for a student, they will be dismissed from the program.
Criminal Background Checks and Drug Screening Criminal background checks cost approximately $25, drug screens cost approximately $40 - $50 dollars. Specific information regarding criminal background checks and drug screens will be provided in the provisional acceptance letter. DO NOT obtain prior to acceptance into the program.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION When On-CAMPUS Walk, Walk, Walk OR Ride a Bike Benefits: FREE = No $$$ Fresh Air Sunshine Exercise No Parking Hassles Clear Your Mind
When In and Around BOONE Use APPLECART as much as possible Benefits: Also FREE = No $$$ Many different ROUTES Residences Shopping…Mall, Wal-Mart, etc. Movies Health Care Providers, Dentists, Health Dept., Hospital TIMELY Adheres to schedule SAFE
CLINICAL SITES Students are responsible for their own travel You may wish to carpool with other students Public transportation is not available to most sites
BE SAFE! Don’t go out alone after dark Travel in pairs Be observant of your surroundings Keep personal items close to your body Don’t flash money or credit cards around Dress for the weather Lock car doors Lock your residence
INSURANCE All Students Must Have LIABILITY INSURANCE Cost: approximately $20/year