Once a student has been accepted to the college, he/she can then apply as a candidate for the AD Mobility Nursing Program. Applications must be received between October 1 and February 28 to be considered for priority admission for the fall full-time program and between March 1 and September 30 to be considered for the priority spring part-time program. Students applying for admission to the AD Mobility Nursing Program are chosen competitively.
2. Students achieving assessment scores below the established minimums must register and successfully complete (with a grade of C or better) the required developmental courses in order to meet graduation requirements.
Next-Generation Accuplacer scores:
Advance Algebra Functions (AAF): 230-249 AAF, OR
Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics (QAS): 250-300
3. Students must complete the following courses prior to applying for the AD Mobility Nursing Program:
BIOL 2221 Microbiology
BIOL 2260 Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2262 Anatomy & Physiology II
ENGL 1111 Composition I
PSYC 2201 Developmental Psychology
To increase your selection probability into the AD Mobility Nursing Program, plan ahead. Concentrate on performing well in your science classes. Complete the co-requisite sciences and other co-requisite courses early.
CHEM 2205 Survey General/Organic/Bio Chemistry — You receive 1 extra point towards admission only if you take NCTC CHEM 2205 rather than an alternative chemistry.
SPCH 1101 Intro to Public Speaking
MN Transfer Curriculum Area G6: Any Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
History/Social Science — choose 1 of the following: ANTH 2202 Cultural Anthropology, PSYC 2215 Abnormal Psychology, SOCI 1101 Intro to Sociology
Humanities Area —- chose 1 of the following: PHIL 1102 Intro to Ethics OR PHIL 2210 Morals and Medicine.
9. Nursing students must complete the NACE Foundations of Nursing 1.2 Entrance Exam prior to the application deadline for the cohort they are applying to. A minimum score of 60% is required for eligibility. The exam contains 150 questions and 2.5 hours are allowed for completion.
NACE Foundations of Nursing 1.2 has individual questions involving clients with common health problems. The nursing process (assessing, analyzing, planning, implementing, and evaluating) is applied to items throughout the text. The questions include a sample of situations involving clients in healthcare settings with one or more of several conditions. Please see the documents below and refer to the Nursing Program Selection Criteria Packet for more information.
Please Note: (The NLN Test Candidate Guide to Testing Online with Proctor 360 can stay in this area).