CON Undergraduate Unclassified Student Policy

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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER
COLLEGE OF NURSING
Undergraduate Unclassified Student Policy Subsection: 5.2.10
Section 5.0 - Student Policies Originating Date: March 1978
Responsible Reviewing Agency:
Undergraduate Admission, Progression, Graduation and Scholarship/Grant Committee
Revised: March 1990
Revised: January 2001
Revised: March 2008
Reviewed: October 2012
Revised: May 2018
Revised: December 2019


Policy

  1. Students may take up to four nursing courses through the College of Nursing as unclassified students as long as prerequisites are met and space is available. An unclassified student is defined as a student who is not admitted in any UNMC College of Nursing program.
    1. The following courses are available for unclassified students to take:
      1. NRSG 317/332-Pharmacology I & II
      2. NRSG 311/331-Pathophysiology I & II
      3. NRSG 316-Evidence Based Practice
      4. NRSG 415-Policy and Issues in Healthcare Delivery
    2. Clinical courses may not be taken by unclassified students except NRSG 444: Summer Externship
  2. Students must be admitted to the College of Nursing and enrolled in at least one nursing course prior to the recording of any nursing credit earned by examination(s) administered by the College of Nursing.