Program Start Date:
Prospective students may apply anytime and are accepted from deadlines throughout the year. Early application is encouraged so the student's transcripts can be evaluated. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and students will be notified of their acceptance by letter or phone.
This program offers an accelerated format for those possessing a degree in a non-nursing field and meeting prerequisites. Any associate, bachelor, or higher degree is acceptable. Students maintain a full-time status for 15 months - the last six weeks of which are spent in a one-on-one preceptorship.
Program Admissions Criteria
Applicants are evaluated on the basis of the following criteria:
- Associate's or Bachelor's degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 from a regionally accredited institution
- Meet program technical standards
- Completion of the general education pre-requisite courses prior to January enrollment.
Program Application Process
To be considered for admission the following items must be submitted to Nursing's Centralized Application Service:
- NursingCAS application
- Written personal statement
- Program/career awareness questionnaire
- Official transcripts from all colleges attended
We strongly suggest that you begin working on your application as early as possible and submit no later than four to five weeks before the published deadline. This will allow time for NursingCAS to verify transcripts and other submitted documents.
Arts & Sciences Requirements
Before enrolling in the ACE Program, students must have completed the following courses, totaling 49-52 credit hours. These courses may be completed at NMC prior to matriculation or transferred from regionally accredited institutions.
Students who enter the program with an associate degree must also complete HUM 150: Critical Reasoning and Rhetoric; those with a Bachelor degree are given transfer credit for this class.
|COM 101: English Composition||SCI 226 Human Anatomy & Physiology II|
|HUM 150 Critical Reasoning & Rhetoric (Associate Degree applicants)||SCI 240 Principles & Concepts of Nutrition|
|HUM 210 Introduction to Ethics||SCI 280 Microbiology|
|HUM 255 World of Ideas: Historical Perspectives||SSC 101 Introduction to Psychology|
|HUM 220/255/270* World of Ideas: Elective||SSC 215 Lifespan Psychology|
|HUM 220/255/270* World of Ideas: Elective||SSC 235 The Sociology of Culture|
|SCI 103 College Chemistry||SSC 360 Introduction to Statistics|
|SCI 116 Medical Terminology||SSC 370 Principles of Research|
|SCI 225 Human Anatomy & Physiology I|
*At least one of the two humanities elective courses must be in the Arts or Human Connection distribution area.
The College Registrar will evaluate previous transcripts. To get started, contact the Admissions office.
For More Information Contact:
Recruitment & Admissions Coordinator