Nursing Spring 2015 Registration Information

Report
Advising for Registration
Spring 2015
College of Health Sciences
Student Services Staff

Laurie Richards, Student Services Specialist/Secretary
[email protected] Telephone: 574-520-4540, NS 456
Chris Nelson, Academic Advisor [email protected]
Sarah Priebe, Academic Advisor [email protected]
Janet Gilroy, Director [email protected]
Peer Mentors
Katie Buford [email protected],.edu and Ashley Painter
[email protected]
• Office location: NS 368. Hours posted on door.
PLANNING is bringing the future into the
present so that you can do something about it
today!

Let Us Dispel The Rumors…
“Why Should I register the week of November 3 – 8th ?”
Because you want the best selection of classes for spring.
“Is it true that I cannot register for PHSL-P 261 or MICRM 250/M255 without taking CHEM-C 102?”
That is absolutely correct! Chem-C102 is the
prerequisite for both P261 and M250/M255.
“I want to set an advising appointment.”
If you want an advising appointment to discuss
registration, between now and October 31, you may call or
stop by Laurie’s office to set an appointment.
Wednesday’s are always walk-ins and beginning the week
of October 27, we will be conducting walk-in advising
only. Remember, this is not a registration appointment.
This is to discuss your schedule for spring 2015; to assist
you setting up your shopping cart; and to update us on
progression in your currently enrolled schedule.
Spring 2015
Registration

 Summary of Information to-date:
 Registration packet mailing (to be mailed October 3)
to assist you with checking your Onestart account
and choosing your courses. Included in the packet
are:




Plan of Study (POS)
Course sequencing information
Any last minute, important course information
Upcoming activities/information of interest
Plan of Study (POS)

 Your plan of study shows you what courses are
required for your degree program. All plans have
been updated.
 Details Placement Test Results
 Provides Science sequence. Remember 100 level =
freshman, 200 level = sophomore etc.
 Courses highlighted in blue, are those courses you will
be judged on for admission into the BSN program.
 (Not applicable for Pre-RN-BSN students)
Indiana University South Bend School of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Pre-Nursing
POS
Name
ID#
cgpa
Gen ED nursing
distinction*
Placement Exam Results
Placement Test Results: Math:
t grade
dept
crse
Courses highlighted in
blue are the required
courses for application
to BSN. These will be
calculated as application
gpa and science gpa.
P261
P262
M250
M255
C102
P103
P216
min 24
Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy & Physiology
Microbial Cell Biology
Microbiology Lab
Elementary Chemistry II
Introductory Psychology
Life Span Psychology
NURSING MAJOR COURSES
5
5
3
2
3
3
3
Fourth Semester 12 cr
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
min 16
ENG W131 English Composition (writ)
SPCH S121 Public Speaking
Statistics (quantative Reas)
COAS Q110 Information Literacy (info lit)
PHIL P102/140 Intro to Ethics (crit think)
CSCI A106 Intro to Comp (comp Lit)
Comprehensive Hlth Assess.
Health Assessment Practicum
Science & Tech of Nursing
Science & Tech Practicum
Intro to Nursing
Fundamentals Clinical
3
1
3
1
3
1
Fifth Semester 13 cr
3
3
3
1
3
3
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
H351
H352
H353
H354
B216
min 9
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
H361
H362
H366
H367
H368
H369
N190
T190
A190
Elective (Natural World)
Elective (lit. and intel. Trad.)
Elective (Art & Aesthics)
SOC
S161
NURS B108
Non Western Culture Elec.
Princ. Of Soc(Div. in US)
Health & Wellness
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
S470
S471
S472
S473
H365
Chem Requirement for those who do not have
2 sem of HS
CHEM C101
CHEM C121
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
S481
S482
S483
S485
3
3
3
min 8
Alterations in Neuro-Psych
Neuro-Psych Practicum
Alterations in Health I
Alt. in Health I Practicum
Intro to Pharmacology
3
2
3
2
3
MATH M012
M013
MATH M013
A100
MATH M014
M107
ENG W031
ENG W130
EDUC X100
U100
EDUC X101
5cr.
Chem with C< within 5 years
Elementary Chemistry 1
Elementary Chemistry lab
Preparation for Algebra
Basic Algebra
College Algebra
Pre-Composition
Principles of Composition
Threshold Seminar
Reading Skills
Alterations in Health II
Alt. in Health II Practicum
Pediatric Nursing
Pediatric Nursing: Clinical
Childbearing Families
Childbearing Families: Clinical
Restorative Hlth (Vis. Lit.)
Restorative Hlth Practicum
Health of the Community
Community Practicum
Research Process
3
2
3
2
3
Eighth Semester 12 cr
3 cr.
4 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
plan
complete
Nursing Management
Nursing Mgmt Practicum
Practice Capstone
Prof. Growth & Empowerment
Vis. Lit.
3
3
3
3
Summary Information
57
63
120
0 =General
GeneralEducation
Education + Open Electives
0 = Nursing Major Courses
0 = Degree Total (Minimum
mum
122
123
cr.)
credits
120
0 # of credits completed @ IU*
Other Requirements
Courses to be completed
Pre Requisites for Admission.
3
2
3
2
2
1
Seventh Semester 13 cr
3
3
2
Placement Exam Courses
Required
developmental
courses based on
Placement Exam
Results.
B244
B245
B248
B249
B232
B251
Sixth Semester 13 cr
Common Core--one should be 390/399-level
Contemporary Social Values
CHEM-C 101/121 required
if earned a grade of C or
below in HS (last 3 yrs.)
or cannot remember basic
principles & solving
equations.
Last advisor to
review record.
review date
cr.
General Education Courses
Fundamental Literacies
Courses in yellow
(on left side) are the
required General
Education courses
and should be take n
simultaneously with
required
prerequisites
minor
English:
Nursing required Gen Ed
PHSL
PHSL
MICR
MICR
CHEM
PSY
PSY
antic graduation date
* min 60 credits at IU to be eligible for distinction
Nursing
courses
once
accepted
into the
BSN
program.
Once
accepted,
it will
take 2 ½
years to
complete
your
nursing
degree.
Indiana University South Bend School of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Pre-BSN POS for
transfer students
with 56+ credit
hours in transfer.
Name
ID#
cgpa
nursing
distinction*
t grade
dept
crse
Highlighted
courses are
required
prerequisite
courses for
admission into the
BSN program.
PHSL
PHSL
MICR
MICR
P261
P262
M250
M255
CHEM C102
CHEM-C 101/121
may be a
prerequisite to
CHEM-C 102 if you
do not have a full
year of HS Chem
with a grade of C or
better within past
3 yrs., and can
remember basic
principles of
chemistry.
W131
S121
Last advisor to
review.
review date
NURSING MAJOR COURSES
5
5
3
2
3
3
Fourth Semester 12 cr
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
min 9
English Composition
Public Speaking
Elective
Cultural Diversity
minor
min 21
Anat. & Physiology I
Anat. & Physiology II
Microbial Cell Biology
Microbiology Lab
Statistics
Elementary Chemistry II
Communication
ENG
SPCH
antic graduation date
cr.
General Education Courses
Critical/Analytical/Science
3
3
3
B244
B245
B248
B249
B251
B232
Comprehensive Hlth Assess.
Health Assessment Practicum
Science & Tech of Nursing
Science & Tech Practicum
Fundamentals Clinical
Introduction to Nursing
2
2
2
2
3
Fifth Semester 12 cr
min 6
3
3
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
H351
H352
H353
H354
B216
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
H361
H362
H366
H367
H368
H369
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
S470
S471
S472
S473
H365
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
S481
S482
S483
S485
Alterations in Neuro-Psych
Neuro-Psych Practicum
Alterations in Health I
Alt. in Health I Practicum
Pharmacology
3
2
3
2
3
Sixth Semester 13 cr
Social Competence
SOC
PSY
PSY
NURS
S161
P103
P216
B108
min 11
Principles of Soc
Intro to Psychology
Life Span Psychology
Health and Wellness
Humanistic Appreciation
PHIL
3
3
3
2
min 6
UN300 Undistributed Elective
300 Common Core Elective
Open Electives
min 4
t
MATH M012
M004
MATH M013
M014
MATH M014
M107
ENG W031
ENG W130
EDUC X100
EDUC X101
Preparation for Algebra
Basic Algebra
College Algebra
Pre-Composition
Principles of Composition
Reading Skills
Reading Skills
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
cr.
cr.
cr.
cr.
cr.
cr.
cr.
Restorative Health
Restorative Hlth Practicum
Health of the Community
Community Practicum
Research Process
plan
complete
Nursing Management
Nursing Mgmt Practicum
Practice Capstone
Prof. Growth & Empowerment
3
2
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
Summary Information
57
63
120
0 = General Education + Open Electives
0 = Nursing Major Courses
0 = Degree Total (Minimum 122 cr.)
120
0
Other Requirements
Courses to be completed
Pre Requisites for Admission.
3
2
3
2
2
1
Eighth Semester 12 cr
Placement Exam Courses
n/a
n/a
C
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Alterations in Health II
Alt. in Health II Practicum
Pediatric Nursing
Pediatric Nursing: Clinical
Childbearing Families
Childbearing Families: Clinical
Seventh Semester 13 cr
3
3
3
1
Required
developmental
courses based on
placement exam
results.
degree
# of credits completed @ IU*
* min 60 credits at IU to be eligible for distinction
Required
Nursing
courses
once
admitted
into the
clinical
program.
Once
admitted,
it will
take 2 ½
years to
complete
nursing
degree.
Second Degree
BSN POS
(formerly known
as Accelerated
BSN)
Indiana University South Bend School of Nursing
Second Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing
2nd Degree BSN
ID#
cgpa
degree
nursing
distinction*
t grade
dept
crse
General Education Courses
Critical/Analytical/Science
PHSL
PHSL
MICR
MICR
All courses
on the left
side of the
Plan of
Study must
be
completed
prior to
beginning
the clinical
program.
This is
your
application
gpa. Also,
a science
gpa will be
calculated
from the
science
courses.
P261
P262
M250
M255
CHEM C102
Anat. & Physiology I
Anat. & Physiology II
Microbial Cell Biology
Microbiology Lab
Statistics
Elementary Chemistry 2
C101/121
Communication
ENG W131 English Composition
SPCH S121 Public Speaking
Cultural Diversity
cr.
t grade
min 21
antic graduation date
minor
dept
crse
review date
Nursing Major Courses
cr.
Beginning Summer 20 Credit Hours
5
5
3
2
3
3
min 9
3
3
3
NURS B232
NURS B216
NURS B244
Introduction to Nursing
Pharmacology
Comprehensive Hlth Assess.
3
3
3
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
B245
B248
B249
B251
H353
H354
Health Assessment Practicum
Science & Tech of Nursing
Science & Tech Practicum
Fundamentals Clinical
Alterations in Health 1
Alt. In Health 1 Practicum
1
3
1
1
3
2
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
H351
H352
H361
H362
H366
H367
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
H368
H369
S470
S471
H365
S472
S473
Fall 15 Credit hours
min 6
3
3
Alterations in Neuro Psych
Neuro Psych Practicum
Alterations in Health II
Alt. in Health I Practicum
Care of Chlldren
Care of Chlldren Clinical
3
2
3
2
3
2
Spring 16 Credit Hours
Social Competence
PSY
PSY
SOC
P103
P216
S161
Introductory Psychology
Life Span Development Psy
Principles of Sociology
Humanistic Appreciation & CC399
PHIL
P140
390/399Waive for Common Core
Open Electives
min 12
3
3
3
3
min 6
Care of Childbearing
Care of Childbearing Clinical
Restorative Health
Restorative Hlth Practicum
Research Process
Health of the Community
Community Practicum
Second Summer
3
3
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
min 3
S481
S482
S483
S485
2
1
3
2
3
3
2
12 Credit Hours
Nursing Management
Nursing Mgmt Practicum
Practice Capstone
Prof. Growth & Empowerment
3
3
3
3
3
3
Placement Exam Courses
-
MATH M012
M004
MATH M013
A100
MATH M014
M107
ENG W031
ENG W130
EDUC X100
EDUC X101
Preparation for Algebra
Basic Algebra
College Algebra
Pre-Composition
Principles of Composition
Reading Skills
Reading Skills
3 cr.
4 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
plan
complete
Summary Information
57
63
120
0 = General Education + Open Electives
0 = Nursing Major Courses
0 =Degree
DegreeTotal
TotalMinimum
(Minimum
123
122
Crcr.)
Hr
120
0
Other Requirements
Courses to be completed
Prerequisites for Admission.
Last advisor to
review.
# of credits completed @ IU*
* min 60 credits at IU to be eligible for distinction
Required
Nursing
and
clinical
courses
once
accepted
into the
Second
Degree
BSN
program
track.
Indiana University South Bend School of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
2011 RN-BSN Plan of Study
Name
Pre-RN-BSN
POS
ID#
Phone
####
RN Program Attended & Year of Graduation
cgpa
ngpa
RN Program GPA
antic graduation date
AMBLER
Indiana License #
grade
Required Sciences &
elective
Required
General
Education
Electives and
Open
Electives.
Pre-RN-BSN
students are
ready to begin
clinical program
(online or inclass) once they
have 6 credit hrs.
or less of
electives
remaining to
complete.
Students must
apply and be
accepted to
clinical program.
grade
Expiration
Critical/Analytical/Science
dept
crse title
ANAT A210 Anat. & Physiology I
PHSL P204
Anat. & Physiology II
MICR M250 Microbial Cell Biology
min 19 cr
Humanities/Culture/Communication
dept
crse title
ENG
W131 English Composition
PSY
P103
Intro to Psychology
SOC
S161
Principles of Sociology
PHIL P140
Intro to Ethics
SPCH S121
Oral Communication
N399
CSCI
A106 Computer Literacy
min 30 cr
Open Electives
grade dept
crse title
cr.
5
5
3
3
3
cr.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
min 6 cr
cr.
3
3
Min. 1 Cultural Diversity course (3 cr.) required.
Min. 1 Humanistic Appreciation course (3 cr.) required.
Computer Competence or computer course
distinction*
t grade
t grade
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
reviewer
Nursing Major
dept
crse
NURS B231
NURS H355
NURS B304
NURS B404
NURS H365
NURS S475
NURS S487
NURS S474
NURS S483
NURS B244
NURS xxxx
dept
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
NURS
plan com plete
19
0
30
0
6
0
55
0
33
35
123
88
Courses
title
Commincation for HCP: RN
Data Analysis
RN Seminar I Health Policy
RN Seminar II Informatics
Research Process
Health of the Community RN
Nursing Management RN
Applied Health Care Ethics
Practice Capstone RN
Comprehensive Hlth Assess.
Elective
crse
B232
B248
B249
H351
H352
H353
H354
H361
H362
H366
H367
H368/9
S470
S471
=
=
=
=
review date
Special Credit Award
Introduction to Nursing
Science & Tech of Nursing
Science & Tech Practicum
Alterations in Neuro-Psych
Neuro-Psych Practicum
Alterations in Health I
Alt. in Health I Practicum
Alterations in Health II
Alt. in Health II Practicum
Nursing Care of Child
Nursing Care of Child: Prac
Nurs Care Childbearing Fam
Restorative Health
Restorative Hlth Practicum
0
33
cr.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
# of credits completed @ IU*
* min 60 credits at IU to be eligible for distinction
Remaining
Nursing and
clinical once
admitted.
35 cr
3
2
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
3
2
Critical/Analytical Total
Humanities/Culture/Comm Total
Open Electives Total
General Education Total (Min. 58 cr.)
0 = Nursing Major Courses
35 = Special Credit Awards
35 = Degree Total (Minimum 123 cr.)
Last advisor to review
record.
Credit awarded
for previous ASN
degree.
Policies
REMEMBER…

 All courses for the Nursing degree require a grade
of C or better. Grades of C- and below are deficient
and must be repeated.
 If this pertains to you, please read the REPEAT Policy
found at:
http://bulletins.iu.edu/iusb/20142015/schools/health-sciences/nursing/nursing-bsninfo.shtml#repeat
IU South Bend
2014-2015 Campus
Bulletin

http://www.iu.edu/~bulletin/iusb/
2014-2015/index.shtml
Policies that Affect
Enrollment

 Grade Replacement Policy
 You may grade replace three courses or a maximum of
10 credit hours. The second grade will be calculated in
your cumulative-grade-point-average. You must
request Student Services to process paperwork after
you have received your grade and successfully
completed the repeat. Email, call or stop in. The
Registrar’s Office processes the paperwork and it can
take up to two weeks for processing depending on the
time of year. For more information refer to the current
online IU South Bend Bulletin.
Policies

 You may withdraw from a course
online (OneStart) through the 10th
week of the semester.
 Please check the Schedule of Classes
or Registrar’s web site at:
https://www.iusb.edu/registrar/sc
heduletext.php
 For refund dates see the Bursar’s
web site:
https://www.iusb.edu/bursar/ind
ex.php
Implications of withdrawing:
 If receiving Financial Aid,
withdrawing may impact
aid/scholarship package.
 Always check with the F.A.
office prior to withdrawing.
 May place you “out-of-sequence”
or push back your admission into
clinical program.
 21st Century Scholars must
complete 30 credit hours in an
academic year to remain 100%
eligible for scholarship.
Pre-Nursing

Choosing Electives
Common Core Electives ( 190 &
390/399)

 Remember one of your Common Core Electives must be at a
390/399 level. Your Common Core Electives are N, T and A.
 Two at 190 level; one at 390/399 level
All other General Education descriptions including approved
courses can be found in the current IU South Bend Bulletin.
A listing of electives (Non-Western Cultures, Common Core
etc) being offered for spring 2015 will be posted on the General
Education Committee web site at:
https://www.iusb.edu/general-educ/
Fulfilling Statistics
Requirement

 You may choose one of the following courses to fulfill
your Statistics requirement. Remember, all are at the 300
level.




MATH-K 300 – Fall only
NURS-H 355 – Fall, Spring and Summer
PSY-P354 – Fall, Spring (occasionally summer)
SOC-S 351 – Fall, spring (occasionally summer I)
 Departmental permission must be secured for each of the
above courses through the appropriate department. For
NURS-H 355, Chris Nelson, Sarah Ambler or Janet Gilroy
can grant permission.
Science Sequence

 For Pre-Nursing students (including Second Degree BSN)
the science sequencing of courses remains the same.
 Completion of MATH-M 107 or Placement Test score of
level 4 or better.
 CHEM-C 101/121, Elementary Chemistry I with Lab
 Exception: If you graduated HS within past 3-5 years and
had one full year of HS Chemistry (not integrated
Chem/Physics) with grade of C or better; and you can
remember basic principles, you can bypass C101/121 and
move to …
CHEM-C 102, Elementary Chemistry II, 3 credit hours
PHSL-P 261 (prerequisite CHEM-C 102)
MICR-M 250/M255 (prerequisite CHEM-C102)
PHSL-P 262 (prerequisite PHSL-P 261)
If you have applied for admission into
the BSN program for spring 2015

 Laptops are required for all clinical nursing students
entering the programs May 2012 or after.
 Once accepted into the clinical program, you will be directed
to register for Nursing courses.
.
Admission into BSN is
Competitive

 Your application for admission into the BSN clinical
program will be reviewed by:
Your success in all courses required on the application
Your success in the required science courses
Completion of the application requirements
Essay (Traditional program track uses as a tie-breaker if
students have similar scores.)
 Interview (Second Degree BSN only)
 All courses listed on application are completed by the
appropriate time




 Second Degree BSN: Spring for Summer I (Apps. Available on
Dec. 1)
 Traditional BSN: Fall for spring; Summer I for fall (Apps.
Available on Sept. 1 for Spring; and Feb. 1 for Fall.)
Are you ready to register for
Spring 2015?

November 3 - 8
Next Steps…

Look at your Plan of Study (POS) and determine
list of courses you wish to enroll in for spring
2015.
Choose your classes (use blank scheduling sheet
we provided in the mailing).
Make sure you have the class number so you can
set-up Onestart registration shopping cart.
Waitlisted courses: last day to add to waitlist,
January 9; waitlist expires at 5 p.m. on January
13, 2015.
Your Onestart account holds must be taken care
of 24-48 hours prior to your registration date and
time.
Summary
Check Your OneStart Account for the following:

 Holds: Financial, Immunization,
Advising. Contact the
appropriate office for resolution.
 Check your registration
appointment. This is your first
opportunity to register for classes
online. This is not an advising
appointment. Will provide time
and date when your ability to
register is active.
 When selecting CHEM-C
101/121, you are registering for 4
things: C101 – lecture and
discussion; C 121 – lecture and
lab.
 Set-up your shopping cart with
proposed classes.
 Set an appointment with an advisor
or come in on walk-in Wednesday
afternoon, 9-11:15; 1:30 – 4 PM.
 Register on-time. This will insure
first and best opportunity to secure
seats in the course you have
selected.
 If you physically do not know how
to register, choose your classes and
on your time/date go to the
Gateway Information Center, main
lobby, Admin Bldg, and they will
assist you with inputting your class
selections into the computer.
This concludes your
Spring 2015
Advising for Registration

Thank you for reviewing registration policies
and procedures.
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