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Oregon Institute of Technology
Nursing
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Required Courses

University RequirementRCC EquivalencyCredits
BIO 231, 232, 233 Human Anatomy + Physiology BI 231, 232, 233 Anatomy & Physiology I,II,III w/lab

Note: RCC requires Bi211 w/ Lab as a pre-req for Bi231-233 w/ Lab 
12 
WR121, 122 English Composition I & II WR 121,122 English Composition I & II 
Psy 201 General Psychology I Psy 201 General Psychology I 
BIO 205 Nutrition NFM 225 Nutrition 
Mth 243 Probability and Statistics Mth 243 Probability and Statistics

* Mth 95 is required for entry into program, Mth 243 is required to graduate. 
Psy 311 & 312 Human Growth and Development I & II No RCC Equal. Will need to take once transferred. N/A 
Chem 101-103/104-106 elementary Chemistry

* Courses are recommended not required. 
Chem 104-106 Introductory Chemistry

* If you elect not to take Chme104 sequence supplement General, Hum. or S.S. elective courses 
12 
Bio 105 Microbiology Bi 234 Microbiology

* Course required to graduate, not to apply for program 
Wri 227 Technical Report Writing WR 227 Technical Report Writing

* Course required to graduate, not to apply for program 
General, Hum. or S.S. elective courses General, Hum. or S.S. elective courses

* Limited number needed to apply, between 12-23 to graduate 
12-23 

Notes:
Additional lower division courses may be completed at RCC prior to transfer. See the Transfer Advisor at RCC, the OIT catalog, or department website for the specific courses required in the concentrations.

1. Students apply in the Winter (deadline February 15) for admission to the professional program in September. Prior to September admission, a number of pre-requisite courses must be completed.

2. Prior to applying, students must have completed at least 30 credits (2 terms) of classes. Classes still being taken during winter term do not count towards this requirement.

3. Students accepted to the OHSU Nursing program will spend the next three years (beginning in September) on the OIT campus and clinical sites in the Klamath basin (dually enrolled at OHSU and OIT) completing their nursing courses, clinical training and remaining general coursework, then graduate with their B.S. in Nursing from OHSU. Graduates are well-prepared to pass the NCLEX national licensing exam, whereupon they will be qualified to practice as Registered Nurses in Oregon or other states.

4. Applicants must be admitted to OIT. Admission to OIT is independent of admission to Nursing program.

Additional Requirements:
1. Transfer applicants must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA or better in college-level classes unless they hold an associate's or bachelor's degree already, in which case, only a cumulative 2.0 GPA is required.

2. In order to be admitted to OIT, transfer applicants must complete the equivalent of Math 95 (or higher) and Wr 115 Introduction to Expository Writing (or higher) with grades of "C-" or better.

3. Applicants who do not have an Associate's or Bachelor's degree must have at least 33 college-level credits that are not in Physical Education, and no more than 10 percent of an applicant's credits may be in Physical Education.

NOTE: University requirements may change without notice. Students are responsible for working with RCC advisors or counselors and their transfer institution to ensure the accuracy of their academic plan.

Web Sites:
College Website
Major Website
Transfer Equivalency Website

Updated 3/27/12