UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing Unofficial Transcript Evaluation Non-Degreed Applicant Nme BSN Transcript Submitted: 1= 2= RN/BSN 3= Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degrees Students who plan to transfer with an A.A. or A.S. degree in the fall of 1999 or later and who follow the common curriculum as outlined by the NC community colleges will satisfy the freshman/sophomore requirements for general liberal arts degrees at UNC-CH Hill with the exception of Global Issues, foreign language and lifetime fitness (All UNC-CH Hill students are required to complete at least three levels (community college level 211) of a foreign language to satisfy graduation requirements). This is under the assumption that all required courses were started in 1997 or later. Upon completion of an A.A. or A.S. degree, students will transfer to Carolina with junior standing and 64 semester hours. NC Community College Granting AA or AS Alamance Community College Date Awarded Global Issue (GL) Foreign Language Beginning 1 GEO 111 or HIS 122 or POL 220 SPA 111 Beginning 2 SPA 112 Intermediate 1 SPA 211 Lifetime Fitness (1hr) PED 120 or or PED 122 or PED 217 NURSING SCIENCE PREREQUISITES PSY 150 PSYC 101* STOR 151/ 155* MAT 151 & 151A BIOL 101/101L BIO 111 CHEM 101/101L CHEM 151 CHEM 102/102L CHEM 152 BIOL 252 * BIO 168 PHYI 202 * BIO 169 MCRO 251 or 255* BIO 275 Statistics Not Required for RN/BSN Can be Biochem 107 Can be Biochem 108 Anatomy Physiology Microbiology * must have a grade of C or higher to satisfy requirement Additional Information Needed: Transcript(s) Catalog Course Descriptions with Syllabi Official Scores AP/CLEP/IB placement To determine if your scores are high enough for UNC credit go to: http://www.admissions.unc.edu/Academics/Credit/ Please forward the requested information to: Office of Admissions & Student Services UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing CB# 7460, Carrington Hall Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7460 Signature [email protected] This evaluation is UNOFFICIAL and used for advising purposes only. Official evaluations are completed by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, upon admission to the University.