Evening/Weekend Program Selection Criteria

Successfully completed program prerequisite courses
(Minimum grade of C in each course and minimum overall cumulative program requisite GPA of 2.50)

MAC 1105 – College Algebra (3 credit hours) or STA 2023 Elementary Statistics (3 credit hours)
 A = 12 pts.
 B = 9 pts.
 C = 6 pts.

/12

ENC 1101 – Freshman English I (3 credit hours)
 A = 12 pts.
 B = 9 pts.
 C = 6 pts.

/12

BSC 1085C – Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 credit hours)
 A = 16 pts.
 B = 12 pts.
 C = 8 pts.

/16

BSC 1086C – Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 credit hours)
 A = 16 pts.
 B = 12 pts.
 C = 8 pts.

/16

DEP 1004 – Human Development (3 credit hours)
 A = 12 pts.
 B = 9 pts.
 C = 6 pts.

/12

MCB 2010C – Microbiology (4 credit hours)
 A = 16 pts.
 B = 12 pts.
 C = 8 pts.

/16

PSY 2012 – Introduction to Psychology (3 credit hours)
 A = 12 pts.
 B = 9 pts.
 C = 6 pts.

/12
Total Points Earned    /96
GPA to be considered for admission

Total points earned divided by 24 (total credit hours)
Example: earned 80/96 points – 80 divided by 24 = 3.33 GPA

/4.00

 

ATI TEAS Scores
Section Score
Reading /100%
Mathematics /100%
Science /100%
English and Language Usage /100%
Total Score /100%

 

The criteria used to determine admission into the Evening/Weekend Generic Nursing (RN) program is as follows:

    1. Completion of the 24 prerequisite hours with a grade of ‘C’, or higher, in each course and an overall cumulative program prerequisite GPA of 2.5, or higher. Prerequisite courses are as follows:
      • MAC 1105 – College Algebra (3 credit hours) or STA 2023 Elementary Statistics (3 credit hours)
      • ENC 1101 – Freshman English I (3 credit hours)
      • BSC 1085C – Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credit hours)
      • BSC 1086C – Anatomy & Physiology II (4 credit hours)
      • DEP 1004 – Human Development (3 credit hours)
      • MCB 2010C – Microbiology (4 credit hours)
      • PSY 2012 – Introduction to Psychology (3 credit hours)
    2. Score of applicants’ ATI® TEAS entrance exam for RN (ADN) programs. The ATI® TEAS (The Test Essential Academic Skills) measures basic essential skills in the academic content area domains of reading, mathematics, science, and English.
    3. In cases where all credentials are equal, the following criteria will be used in given sequence to determine who will be admitted into the program:
      1. Completion of any of the additional general education courses
      2. Residence in service district
      3. Completed application date

ATI® TEAS RN Components Target Scores:

Test Content Area Target Score
Reading 75%
Math 65%
English 65%
Science 65%

* Target scores do not have to be met in order to be considered for acceptance in the Evening/Weekend Generic Nursing (RN) program. 

* Scores in the mid-70 range and higher are predictive of program acceptance and success; however, scores in this range do not guarantee acceptance. Scores are reviewed annually and are, therefore, subject to change based on current ATI® data.