The A.A. degree does not prepare students to be eligible to take certification/licensure exams or to practice in the Nursing profession. The pre-nursing program provides general education, prerequisites, and supporting courses which lead students to Bachelor of Science degree (BS)in Nursing.
Pre-Nursing students are assigned academic advisors who provide information regarding the nursing program, application process, and college policies and regulations. Students are encouraged to contact an academic advisor to discuss study skill strategies, course planning, and academic issues.
Emma Johnson, email@example.com. Emma advises the Pre-Nursing students, prior to application to the ASN program. Emma graduated from Cuttington Nursing School with a BSN in Nursing and has work as an instructor and counselor education for more than a decade.
provide one-on-one advising, academic support, and student-centered programming
encourage students’ personal, intellectual, and professional growth
develop innovative recruitment and results-driven programming
respect the diversity of current and prospective nursing students and alumni
achieve recognition as a model student affairs unit
The Academic Advising staff consists of Dr. Abou, Ms. Dwede Hoto, Ms. Snamie Tarkor, and Mr. Jeremiah Kayne. In addition to academic advising, each staff member works with a particular area or student population including Access to College, career services, social and educational programming, the AS in Pre-Nursing program, internships, and student athletes. You are encouraged to contact an academic advisor to discuss study skill strategies, course planning, and academic issues.
assistance with scheduling, including selection of electives
information regarding pass/non-pass enrollment, course audit and course repeatability
information about minors/majors, dual degrees, nursing careers
interpretation of college rules and policies
assistance with the application process to the AS in Nursing (ASN) program
referral to college service areas for assistance with personal or academically related concerns withdrawal from the college or transferring to another program at Harbel College
The advisors provide academic support to pre-nursing students as well as teach the Nursing 100 course. They provide information regarding the pre-nursing program, application process, course planning and college policies and regulations.
|NAME: Dr. Seraphin Chally Abou||NAME: Prof. Dwede D. Hoto||NAME: Ms. Snamie Tarkor||NAME: Ms. Jeremiah Kayne|
|TITLE: Dean of Schools & Acting VPA||TITLE: Director of Admissions & Enrollment Management||TITLE: The Assistant Registrar/On-Campus Visit Experience Coordinator||TITLE: Administrative Secretary|
|PHONE: (+231-770-278-230/+231-886-210-448)||PHONE: (+231-775-289-865/+231-886-550-113)||PHONE: (+231-775-509-376/+231-886-410-162)||PHONE: (+231-775-310-989/+231-886-641-822))|
|OFFICE: HMHS Extension||OFFICE: HMHS Extension||OFFICE: HMHS Extension||OFFICE: HMHS Extension|
|EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org||EMAIL: email@example.com||EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org||EMAIL: Jeremia.email@example.com|
If you are transferring from another institution for the Traditional BSN option, and do not meet admissions requirements, you can enroll in the pre-nursing program in order to meet requirements. The pre-nursing program can be completed in less than two years if you decide to take courses in the summer.
NCHE General Education Courses:
52 credits NCHE
18 Credits HARCO
10 Credits School of Professional Studies
TOTAL DEGREE CREDITS = 80 credits for Associate of Science in Pre-Nursing
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