Bachelor of Science in Nursing PNE/ROTC Program
The PNE/ROTC Nursing Program at Carson-Newman University will enable you to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The curriculum is designed to give you a balance of general education and military science courses along with nursing courses. You will begin with three semesters of foundational and military science courses and then, in the spring of your sophomore year, begin clinical nursing courses that will prepare you for the state licensure examination for Registered Nurses. At the completion of the program you will be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. For additional information regarding military science courses, you may contact the Army R.O.T.C. department at 865-471-3380 or email@example.com.
Baccalaureate education in nursing is comprised of liberal arts and sciences, humanities and nursing. The purpose is to prepare a professional who functions autonomously with a focus on the health care needs of clients of all ages in a variety of settings. The baccalaureate nurse explains the rationale for nursing actions and collaborates with the client to determine acceptable outcomes. An integral part of baccalaureate preparation in nursing is the ability to apply knowledge to the promotion of client health.
Nursing Admission Criteria
All students, regardless of track, must meet the following admission criteria:
- GPA 2.75 or higher.
- Completion of prerequisite courses with a C or better with a maximum of one retake per course.
- Biology 207, 208, 316
- Chemistry 101
- Child and Family Studies 206
- English 101, 201
- Foods and Nutrition 214
- Achievement of 60% or higher on the TEAS Examination.
- Successful completion of criminal background check.