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Catalog 2013-2014
Brooks College of Health
 

Brooks College of Health
Undergraduate Admission Requirements
Limited Access Programs

School of Nursing

Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences


School of Nursing

R.N.-B.S.N.- Bridge Curriculum Plan

Admission Requirements for On-Campus Cohorts
While seats in the RN-BSN track are not governed by the Florida Board of Nursing, as are the Prelicensure and Accelerated Prelicensure seats, the seats are, nonetheless, limited each term by the size of the facility utilized for the cohort. Each cohort can typically accommodate 30-35 students; seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis for qualified applicants. Cohorts will not begin with less than 20 enrolled students. 

    Admission Requirements

  1. Active license to practice registered nursing in Florida;
  2. Nursing degree from a regionally accredited institution and a nationally accredited nursing program (Not sure? Check here)
  3. Satisfy UNF General Education & Gordon Rule requirements by one of the following: 
    a. Sixty (60) semester hours of coursework with the satisfaction of UNF General Education & Gordon Rule per the UNF catalog 
    -OR
    b. Present an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree from a Florida public institution;
  4. Minimum overall GPA of at least 2.90; and,  
  5. Completion of all BSN nursing prerequisite courses with no grade lower than “C

 

Admission Requirements for Online Cohorts

While seats in the RN-BSN track are not governed by the Florida Board of Nursing, as are the Prelicensure and Accelerated Prelicensure seats, the seats are, nonetheless, limited each term by the size of the facility utilized for the cohort. Each cohort can typically accommodate 30-35 students; seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis for qualified applicants. Cohorts will not begin with less than 20 enrolled students. 

    Admission Requirements

  1. Active license to practice registered nursing in the applicant's state of residence;
  2. Nursing degree from a regionally accredited institution and a nationally accredited nursing program.
  3. At least one year's experience working as a registered nursing caring for multiple patients in an inpatient setting (hospital or nursing home) OR be currently working as a RN in a hospital providing direct patient care;
  4. Satisfy UNF General Education & Gordon Rule requirements by one of the following ways:
    a. Sixty (6) semester hours of coursework with the satisfaction of UNF General Education & Gordon Rule.
    -OR-
    b. Present an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree from a Florida Public institution;
  5. Minimum overall GPA of at least 2.9; and
  6. Completion of all BSN nursing prerequisite courses with no grade lower than "C"

 

 Regular Prelicensure B.S.N. Curriculum Plan

Limited Access Admission

The Florida Board of Nursing governs the number of first-time nursing students admitted to all nursing programs in the state of Florida. UNF abides by the following rules for limited access programs:

Students who have graduated from a Florida community college with an AA degree or those who have successfully completed 60+ semester hours of course work at a public university, state college, or community college in Florida will receive priority for admission over other applicants.

    • Selection criteria will not discriminate against Florida community college transfer students in favor of public university students who are applying for admission or who plan to continue enrollment after completion of 60 semester hours at the lower division level.
    • Where necessary to achieve established equal access enrollment goals, some students may be admitted to the program using different criteria.

Admission Requirements  

  1. Satisfy UNF General Education & Gordon Rule requirements with:

    a. Sixty (60) semester hours of courses with the satisfaction of UNF General Education & Gordon Rule Writing per the UNF catalog
    -OR- 
    b. Submit an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree from a Florida public institution
  2. Maintain a minimum overall undergraduate GPA of at least 2.90
  3. Completion of all BSN prerequisite courses with no grade lower than “C” and a prerequisite GPA of at least 2.90 (see FAQs for more details regarding GPA and prerequisite course policies)
  4. Completion of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS ®) version V and submission of the scores directly to the program by the deadline *Beginning in 2015, a minimum score of 300 will be required on the TEAS.
  5. Completion of the supplemental program application with submission directly to the program by the deadline

*Completion of the admission requirements does not guarantee an interview or admission to the program.

Accelerated Prelicensure B.S.N. Curriculum Plan 

Limited Access Admission
The Florida Board of Nursing governs the number of first-time nursing students admitted to all nursing programs in the state of Florida. 

Admission Requirements: 

  1. Graduation from a regionally accredited institution with a baccalaureate degree
  2. Maintain a minimum overall undergraduate GPA of 3.0
  3. Completion of all nursing prerequisite courses with no grade lower than "C" and a prerequisite GPA of at least 2.90 (see FAQs for more details regarding GPA and prerequisite course policies)
  4. Completion of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) version V and submission of the scores directly to the program by the deadline *Beginning in 2015, a minimum score of 300 will be required on the TEAS.
  5. Completion of the supplemental program application with submission directly to the program by the deadline (provided below)
*Completion of the admission requirements does not guarantee an interview or admission to the program.

 

B.S.N. Prerequisite Requirements  (all tracks)

Course     Title  Credits
**PSY, SYG, SOP         Social Science                3
DEP3054 Lifespan Developmental Psychology       3
STA2014                         Statistics 3
HUN2201 Human Nutrition 3
MCB2010C Microbiology 4
BSC2085C Anatomy & Physiology I and lab     4
BSC2086C Anatomy & Physiology II and lab 4
*CHM, BCH,  BSC, PCB, or  PHY     Additional Science 3-4
   Total 27

 

*Note that CHM2045/2045L is required as one of the prerequisites to MCB2010C enrollment at UNF. While CHM1020 or CHM1025 will meet this category in general, applicants are cautioned to check that they have satisfied the specific requirements to allow them to enter MCB at their institution of choice. This is also why UNF recommends 28 hours of prerequisites instead of 27.

**PSY may be required as a prerequisite to DEP3054.

 

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Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training

Admission Requirements- Limited Access Criteria

Due to the exceptional number of applicants, the Athletic Training Program at UNF has been designated as a limited access Program and abides by the rules for limited access Programs established by the Florida Board of Governors as follows: 

  1. Students who have graduated from a Florida Community College with an Associate in Arts degree or those who have successfully completed 60 or more semester  hours of course work at public universities in Florida will receive priority for admission over other applicants.  
  2. Selection criteria will not discriminate against Florida Community College transfer students in favor of public university students who are applying for admission or plan to continue enrollment after completion of 60 semester hours at the lower division level.  
  3. Where necessary to achieve established equal access enrollment goals, some students may be admitted to the Program using different criteria.  

Successful completion of admission requirements does not guarantee acceptance into the Athletic Training Education Program. Enrollment in the Athletic Training Education Program is limited by clinical education site availability to a total of 60-70 students at any one time, with 30-35 new students typically admitted each year from a competitive applicant pool.  

Application Process 

Application deadline is MAY 1 (postmark) of the year of application to the Athletic Training Program. The Athletic Training Program has a separate application form that must be completed. This supplemental application can be found on the Brooks College of Health Athletic Training Program website. Students not currently enrolled at UNF must apply for admission to UNF through the UNF Office of Admissions (904-620-5555) and designate Athletic Training as their preferred major on the UNF application form. Students currently enrolled at UNF must request a major change at the Brooks College of Health Advising Office to declare Athletic Training as their major prior to the MAY 1 deadline. To be considered for admission to the Athletic Training Program, each applicant must fulfill the following minimum requirements: 

  1. Submission of all official transcripts and documentation by May 1 of the year of application;  
  2. Submission of a complete Athletic Training Program supplemental application by May 1 of the year of application;  
  3. Attainment of minimum of 2.80 GPA overall;  
  4. Attainment of minimum of 2.80 GPA in all prerequisite courses;  
  5. Demonstration of communication and interpersonal skills during a required interview;  
  6. Completion of all general education and prerequisite courses prior to entering the Athletic Training Education Program;  
  7. Students must have a health evaluation completed by a health care professional (MD, DO, PA, NP) in light of the technical standards established by the Athletic Training Education Program. Included in this evaluation must be documented immunizations recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for health care workers including: hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, and diphtheria. Any specific questions regarding the health care evaluation and immunizations should be referred to the Program Director.  

To view the Athletic Training Program of study please click here.   

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Bachelor of Science in Health; Concentration in Exercise Science

Admission Requirements

Due to the exceptional number of applicants, the Exercise Science Program at UNF has been designated as a “limited access” Program and abides by the rules for “limited access”. Programs established by the Florida Board of Governors as follows:

  1. Students who have graduated from a Florida Community college and an Associate in Arts degree or those who have successfully completed 60 or more semester hours of course work at public universities in Florida will receive priority for admission over other applicants.  
  2. Selection criteria will not discriminate against Florida community college transfer students in favor of public university students who are applying for admission or plan to continue enrollments after completion of 60 semester hours at the lower division level.  
  3. Where necessary to achieve established equal access enrollment goals, some students may be admitted to the program using different criteria.  

Application Process   

Application deadline is MAY 1 (postmark) of the year of application to the Program.  Students not currently enrolled at UNF must apply for admission to UNF through the UNF Office of Admissions (904-620-5555) and designate exercise science as their preferred major on the UNF application form. Students currently enrolled at UNF must request a major change at Brooks College of Health Advising Office to declare exercise science as their major prior to the MAY 1 deadline. To be considered for admission to the Exercise Science Program, each applicant must fulfill the following minimum requirements: 

  1. Submission of UNF application, all official transcripts, and documentation by May 1 of the year of application; Current UNF students must change their major prior to the May 1st deadline.  
  2. Attainment of minimum of 2.75 Overall GPA.  
  3. Attainment of minimum of a B grade or higher in the following prerequisite courses: (BSCX085/BSCX085L- Anatomy and Physiology I and Lab; BSCX086/BSCX086L Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab; CHMX045/CHMX045L College Chemistry and Lab; MACX105 College Algebra)   
  4.  Seven of the eight prerequisites must be completed by application deadline. Three of the seven completed prerequisites must be BSC2085C, BSC2086C, CHM2045/2045L, MAC1105. Remaining prerequisite must be completed no later than summer term, prior to fall admission.   
  5. Completion of all general education and prerequisite courses prior to entering the Exercise Science Program.   

 Successful completion of admission requirements does not guarantee acceptance into the Program. Enrollment in the Program is limited by available faculty resources to a total of 80-120 students at any one time, with 40-60 new students typically admitted each year from a competitive applicant pool. To view the Exercise Science program of study click here.  

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