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  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin

Nursing Major, Associate of Science in Nursing LPN to ASN Advanced Placement Option, ASN


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Advanced Placement Option for Licensed Practical Nurses

Licensed practical nurses desiring to obtain an associate degree may do so through the advanced placement option. The requirements for university admission and graduation are the same as for those students entering the regular option. The LPN student must have a current unencumbered Mississippi license; one year’s work experience as a LPN in a clinical setting within the last two years; complete the prerequisite courses, the first year non-nursing courses, NU 112 , Pharmacology, NU 144 - Nursing Transition , and NU 145 - Nursing Transition Clinical  prior to enrolling in the second year of the curriculum. NU 112 , NU 144  and NU 145  are taught in the second term of summer school. Upon completion of NU 144  and NU 145  the student will have validated 16 hours of nursing credit equal to the freshman level nursing courses. The second year of the program is the same for regular and advanced placement students.

General Degree Requirements are the Following:

  1. Completion of the A.S.N. curriculum requirements.
  2. Satisfaction of residency and other general requirements (see “Academic Policies and Procedures ”).
  3. Completion of a minimum of 71 semester credit hours.
  4. The completion of no more than half of the hours required for the Associate of Science degree at another institution and/or through bypass examination.

  

Total Hours Required for an A.S.N. degree: 71 Semester Hours


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