Registered Nursing 2014-2015 Associate in Applied Science Degree Worksheet

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2014-2015 Associate in Applied Science Degree Worksheet
Registered Nursing
Name _______________________________ SID ______________ Date _________ Advisor ______________________
The registered nurse is a licensed health care professional able to work in hospitals, clinics, acute care, physicians' offices, emergency centers, long-term care facilities,
and home health care agencies with patients from birth through old age. The Clark College Nursing program is a limited and competitive entry program; refer to the
website for additional information regarding admissions requirements and selection criteria: www.clark.edu/clarknursing. Graduates of the Associate Degree Nursing
program receive an Associate in Applied Science degree, and are qualified to take the National Council Examination for licensure as a Registered Nurse. With additional
credits, an Associate of Arts degree may be granted. (Students interested in transferring to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing, please refer to the Clark College to
WSU Vancouver Direct Transfer Agreement in the catalog.)
Program Distribution
General Education Requirements: 40+ credits
Specifically listed courses must be completed with a “C” or better.
Major Area Requirements: 70 credits
Courses listed below must be completed with a “C” or better.
• Communication Skills — 6 credits minimum
NURS 110................................................................
3
ENGL&101
NURS 111................................................................
4
ENGL&102 or ENGL 109
NURS 113................................................................
2
• Physical Education — 1 credit (must be a fitness class)
NURS 114................................................................
1
NURS 115................................................................
2
NURS 122................................................................
2
NURS 123................................................................
5
NURS 124................................................................
1
NURS 127................................................................
1
NURS 128................................................................
2
NURS 135................................................................
3
NURS 136................................................................
6
NURS 137................................................................
1
NURS 138................................................................
2
NURS 241...............................................................
3
NURS 242................................................................
8
NURS 251................................................................
2
NURS 252................................................................
4
NURS 253................................................................
2
NURS 254................................................................
4
NURS 261................................................................
2
NURS 262................................................................
8
NURS 263................................................................
1
NURS 264................................................................
1
• Humanities — 3 credits
• Social Sciences — 3 credits minimum
PSYC& 200
• Natural Sciences — 25+ credits
CHEM& 121
BIOL& 260
NUTR 103
BIOL& 251 (+011)
BIOL& 252 (+011)
BIOL& 253 (+011)
TOTAL
NEEDED
0
Advising Notes & Degree Requirements
• This worksheet is only for advising purposes. Official approval
of credits for degree completion is subject to approval from
the Credential Evaluations Office: [email protected]
• Consult with an academic advisor on a regular basis for degree
completion planning. Contact the Advising Center to locate an
academic advisor. Call (360) 992-2345 or visit us online at:
www.clark.edu/advising
TOTAL
• Must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.00 in all coursework taken at
Clark College, and in all courses applied to the degree. Thirty
(30) credits minimum must be completed at Clark College to
meet Academic Residency.
•
Courses do not always follow numbering sequence, please
refer to the College Catalog for prerequisites and for info on
quarterly class offerings refer to the Annual Class Planner.
= course that is currently in-progress
Revised 04/14
NEEDED
0
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED: 110
NEEDS:
0
Student Signature:
Advisor Signature:
Unofficial Evaluation Given to Student
EPC: 323
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
NOTES:
The Associate in Applied Science degree is designed for students who wish to complete a program with a specific career
and technical education objective. Students are required to complete a minimum of thirty (30) credits at Clark College to
meet Academic Residency requirement. Students are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 to receive this degree.
General Education Requirements
Note: Some specific requirements of a program may also meet the General Education requirements.
• Communication Skills [C] – 6 credits minimum
Select one (1) course from list one and an additional course from either list one or list two, depending on program requirements.
List One: BTEC 107, ENGL 098, 099, &101 or 135, &102, 108, 109, 110, &235, 212 or BUS 211, MGMT 107, PTWR 135
List Two: CMST& 210, &220, &230
• Health & Physical Education [HE, HPE, PE] – Complete three (3) credits from either Option One or Option Two:
Option One: Complete two (2) credits of Health from the list below AND one (1) credit of any college-level PE activity course:
HLTH 100, 101, 103, 104, 206, 207, 208, 210 and Physical Education (PE) activity
Option Two: Complete three (3) credits from one (1) of the courses listed below:
HPE 220, 258, or 266
• Computational Skills [CP] – Complete three (3) credits from one of the following options:
Any Mathematics (MATH) course numbered 030 or higher (not MATH 096) BUS 102, BMED 103, CS& 131, &141, CSE 121,
222, 223, 224, CTEC 121, 140, 141, 143, 224, 240, 241, 281, 282 (Note: A placement test score qualifying the student for entry
Short-Term Plan
Summer
Summer
:
into MATH 090 will satisfy this requirement for certain designated programs)
• Human Relations [HR] – Complete three (3) credits from one of the following options:
CMST& 210, &230, HDEV 105, 123, 155, Any Psychology (PSYC) or Sociology (SOC) course, ACED 201
Advising Notes & Degree Requirements
• Humanities [HA, HB] – Complete three (3) credits from one of the following options:
Any ART course numbered 100 or above, CMST 102, 216, 240, &210, &220, &230, Any English (ENGL) course in the AA
Humanities distribution requirement, Any World Language (ASL, CHIN, FRCH, GERM, JAPN, SPAN) course, Any Humanities
(HUM) course, Music – MUSC 106, 116, 117, 118, 125, 135, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185; MUSC&104, 141, 142, 143, Any
Philosophy course, Any (DRMA) course, WS 101, 201, 210
• Social Sciences [SS] – Complete three (3) credits from any of following departments:
ACED 101, 201, Any Anthropology (ANTH), CMST& 230, Any Economics (ECON), Forensic Science (FSCI), Geography
(GEOG), History (HIST), Political Science (POLS), Psychology (PSYC),Sociology (SOC), or Women's Studies (WS)
• Natural Sciences [NS] – Complete three (3) credits from any of following departments:
ANTH& 215, 245, Any Astronomy (ASTR) course, Biology (BIOL) course, Chemistry (CHEM) course (not CHEM 095), Any
Environmental Science (ENVS) course, Any Geology (GEOL) course, HUM 180, Any Meteorology (METR) course, Any
Nutrition (NUTR) course, Any Physical Science (PHSC) course, Any Physics (PHYS) course
• This worksheet is only for advising purposes. Official approval
of credits for degree completion is subject to approval from
the Credential Evaluations Office: [email protected]
• Consult with an academic advisor on a regular basis for degree
completion planning. Contact the Advising Center to locate an
academic advisor. Call (360) 992-2345 or visit us online at:
www.clark.edu/advising
• Must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.00 in all coursework taken at
Clark College, and in all courses applied to the degree. Thirty
(30) credits minimum must be completed at Clark College to
meet Academic Residency.
•
Courses do not always follow numbering sequence, please
refer to the College Catalog for prerequisites and for info on
quarterly class offerings refer to the Annual Class Planner.
= course that is currently in-progress
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