Application deadline is February 12, 2016 with those selected to begin the upper division BSN program in Fall of 2016. NECP Decision letters will be sent to all NECP applicants by March 11, 2016 via email and US Mail. If selected, your AF Form 48 will be included with the acceptance letter.
To be eligible to apply for the Fall 2016 BSN program, a complete application for admission, including all required documentation and the non-refundable application fee, must be submitted by January 15, 2016 to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
- NECP1 - 2015 Application (New Application Available December 13, 2015)
- NECP2 - Core Performance
- NECP3 - Hepatitis B Doc
- NECP4 - Test at UWF
- NECP5 - Test at another location
- NECP6 - NECP Memo
All students entering the upper division BSN program must:
- Complete 62 credit hours prior to the start of the nursing program. Applicants have till the end of the summer semester 2016 to complete all final requirements. For courses taken at another college/university in Spring 2016 and Summer 2016, those transcripts must be on file with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by August 8, 2016.
- Completion of two years High School foreign language or two semesters of the same language at the college level prior to admission to UWF Nursing Program.
- A minimum overall GPA of 3.0 is required for consideration for acceptance into the upper division nursing program.
Completion of all statewide common course prerequisite courses with grade of "C" or better by February 19, 2016 for admission to upper division nursing program for Fall 2016.
- BSC 1085/L Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab (4 sh)
- BSC 1086/L Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab (4 sh)
- Choose One: CHMxxxx, BCHxxxx, PCBxxxx, PHYxxxx, or BSCxxxx (3 sh)
- DEP 2004 Human Development Across the Life Span (3 sh)
- HSC 2577 Principles of Nutrition (3 sh)
- MCB 1000/L Fundamentals of Microbiology with Lab (4 sh)
- STA 2023 Elements of Statistics (3 sh)
- Choose One: PSYxxxx, SOPxxxx, or SYGxxxx (3 sh)
Upper division nursing core courses, Students must earn a grade of "C" or better to progress:
- Health Assessment
- Patient Centered Care I
- Patient Centered Care I Lab/Clinical
- Professional Concepts
- Achieving Professionalism I
- Patient Centered Care II
- Patient Centered Care II Lab/Clinical
- Mental Health Nursing Care
- Mental Health Nursing Care Lab/Clinical
- Health Care Informatics
- Achieving Professional II
- Patient Centered Care III
- Patient Centered Care III Lab/Clinical
- Patient Centered Care of Families
- Patient Centered Care of Families Lab/Clinical
- Evidence-Based Practice Research Essentials
- Nurse as Care Leader/Manager
- Care of the Community
- Care of the Community Lab/Clinical
- Patient Centered Care IV
- Patient Centered Care IV Clinical Practicum
Additional consideration may be given in the selection process if the applicant has completed any or all of the following recommended, elective courses by February 12, 2016:
- Pathophysiology (HSC 3555)
- Medical Terminology (HSC 3535)
- If both Psychology (PSY 2012) and Sociology (SYG 2000)