Due to changes in State funding, the number of students accepted into The Associate of Science Degree in Nursing Program will vary.
The MSJC Associate Degree Nursing Program will implement a once a year admission cycle beginning Fall 2013 and continue thereafter.
In anticipation of the Cal State San Marcos RN-BSN collaboration endeavor, students applying to MSJC's ADN Program in Fall 2013 and thereafter, may be required to enroll in additional prerequisites prior to acceptance.
Note: Meeting admission requirements for the program does not guarantee admission into the Associate Degree in Nursing Program. Please see the Multi-Criteria Selection for additional information about the selection process.
The following must be met prior to the application deadlines:
1. Admission to Mt. San Jacinto College. All students must have a student ID#, which can be obtained by submitting an online application to the college found at http://www.msjc.edu/StudentServices/EnrollmentServices/Pages/default.aspx.
2. Completion of orientation and assessment. All students are also recommended to meet with a college counselor prior to applying.
3. Proof of High School Diploma, G.E.D., California Proficiency Exam.
4. Submission of official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended.
5. Review department website located at www.msjc.edu/alliedhealth for updates to program.
6. Cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5 on a 4.0 college scale in the following admission requirement courses:
- ANAT 101- Anatomy & Physiology I (5 semester units)
- ANAT 102- Anatomy & Physiology II (5 semester units)
- BIOL 125- Microbiology (5 semester units)
- MATH 096- Intermediate Algebra or higher (5 semester units)
- ENGL 101- Freshman Composition (4 semester units)
7. All admission requirement courses and general education courses required for graduation must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
8. ANAT 101, ANAT 102 and BIOL 125 require a 7-year recency. Students who are lacking the 7-year science recency will receive informaton on their evluation on how to satisfy.
9. Complete Transcript Evaluation Form once all prerequisites are in progress or completed before the December 1st deadline for the Fall program.
10. Obtain an application from the Nursing and Allied Health Office during the application filing period. Applications are accepted February 1 - 28 for the Fall program.
To read more information about the program requirements, please download and review the ADN Program Brochure or the VN to RN TRANSITION PROGRAM BROCHURE.
*Please note: Mt. San Jacinto College does not accept online/hybrid science courses for Nursing & Allied Health Programs. Transfer students should submit a copy of their registration statement with the Transcript Evaluation Request to verify science courses were completed on-campus and confirm minimum lecture/lab hours were met for program admission.
Note: According to the BRN (Board of Registered Nursing), all nursing students must have a US Social Security Number. The BRN will no longer accept applications that do not contain a US Social Security Number. The Nursing Practice Act provides for a unified examination and licensing application. Once an applicant passes the examination, a license is automatically issued. Under these circumstances, the BRN cannot accept applications for examination and licensure without a US Social Security number.
Congratulations to our Fall 2012 Graduates who earned a 100% NCLEX pass rate!
Student admitted to the ADN program in Fall 2013 had an Average GPA = 3.416 and Average TEAS = 72.9%
Students admitted to the ADN Program in Spring 2013 had an Average GPA = 3.824 and Average TEAS = 84.1%
All students are required to submit a Transcript Evaluation Request prior to submitting an application to the Associate Degree Nursing Program. Please click on the form below to download a copy.
Nursing - Transcript Evaluation Request
Once final prerequisites are in progress, students must submit a copy of this form to Enrollment Services by December 1st for the February Application Cycle.
Once the evaluation is completed, the student will receive a copy mailed to the address reported on the evaluation form. The student should review this letter carefully, as it will outline the documents submitted, the remaining documents required in order to apply to the ADN program, as well as the next steps the student needs to complete in order to apply to the program.
Note: Please review your evaluation carefully. Each evaluation will have an expiration date. If you are not selected for admission, you can use the same evaluation to apply in a future semester as long as your evaluation has not reached an expiration date. If you have completed additional courses you will need to request an updated evaluation by submitting a new Transcript Evaluation/Prerequisite Clearance form and then write "Request Update" in the student comments section of the form.
For additional information, Please contact: Janyt Camper, Enrollment & Research Specialist, (951) 639-5661 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although the following general education courses are not required for admission into the ADN program, students are strongly advised to complete all requirements prior to starting their first semester in the ADN program due to the rigorous nursing student course load. The additional general education courses are required for completion of the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing.
The additional general education courses are:
- PSYC 101- Introduction to Psychology (3 units)
- PS 101- Introduction to American Government and Politics (3 units)
- COMM 100- Public Speaking or COMM 103- Interpersonal Communication (3 units)
- Humanities (Area C)/Multicultural Gener Studies (Area F) (3 units)
- ART 104, ASL 110, DAN, 100, 201, ENGL 205, 240, 250, 260, 270, 280, 285, 286, HIST 103, 104, 106, 107, 108, 115, 126, 127, 136, 140, 151, 160, MUS 106, 108, 109, SPAN 270, THA 136
Note: To comply with SB 1393, students with a baccalaureate degree from a U.S. regionally accredited institution will have the following General Education requirements waived: PS 101, Humanities (Area C) and Multicultural Gender Studies (Area F).
All interested students should review the Essential Functions Policy prior to applying to the ADN or VN to RN Transition Program. All students must be able to meet the essential functions in order to participate in the program clinical activities required for graduation.