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Registered Nurse Baccalaureate Program

Registered Nurse Baccalaureate to Masters Program

Philip C. Tarantino, RN, MS, MBA, PhD - Program Director

Kathy Miller - Administrative Assistant

Visit us at - www.nursing.stonybrook.edu

Call us at – (631) 444-3200

Registered Nurse Baccalaureate Program

Applicants to the Registered Nurse Baccalaureate Program are required to meet the following admission criteria: 57 college credits (see the required courses listed below), with a minimum grade of C or better.

A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required.
Required Courses:

English Composition 3 credits

Introduction to Sociology 3 credits

Introduction to Psychology 3 credits

Lifespan or Developmental Psychology 3 credits

Group Theory/Social Psychology 2-3 credits

Microbiology (Lab Required) 3-4 credits

Anatomy (Anatomy & Physiology I) (Lab Required) 3-4 credits

Physiology (Anatomy & Physiology II) (Lab Required) 3-4 credits

Chemistry I 3-4 credits

Additional Science (Biology, Physics, etc.) 3-4 credits

Statistics 3 credits

Arts and Humanities* 9 credits

Electives 16 credits


These courses together satisfy the SUNY General Education requirements. The SUNY competencies requirements are satisfied within the cumulative curriculum.
*Arts and Humanities - Effective for admission in 2013, three out of the six must be completed (9 credits).

Must be three separate courses:


Second semester of introductory foreign language 3 credits

American History 3 credits

Other World Civilizations 3 credits

Humanities 3 credits

The Arts 3 credits

Western Civilization 3 credits


Note: We will accept up to 30 credits from CLEP (College Level Examination Program)

http://clep.collegeboard.org/exam

________________________________________________________________________


Additional Requirements Upon Admission:


  • Certification in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS) with CPR/AED

  • Evidence of meeting all Stony Brook University and School of Nursing health requirements

  • Evidence of health and student malpractice insurance

  • Computer and Data Communication Requirements

Notes:


  • Applications are available on or about September 1.

  • For an applicant to be considered for admission, the submitted application, paid application fee and supporting documentation (all college transcripts and three letters of recommendation) must be received by the application deadline.

  • Prerequisite coursework may be completed at Stony Brook University or another accredited college or university. All admissions required coursework must be completed prior to beginning the major.

  • All foreign transcripts must be evaluated by an accredited evaluation service such as the World Education Service (www.wes.org).

  • Prerequisites may be available on the SUNY Learning Network – http://www.sln.suny.edu


Registered Nurse Baccalaureate to Master’s Program
Applicants to the Registered Nurse Baccalaureate to Master’s Program are required to meet the following admission criteria: 57 college credits (see the required courses listed below), with a minimum grade of C or better.

A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and one to two years of relevant clinical experience (depending on specialty)

are also required.
Required Courses:
English Composition 3 credits

Introduction to Sociology 3 credits

Introduction to Psychology 3 credits

Lifespan or Developmental Psychology 3 credits

Group Theory/Social Psychology 2-3 credits

Microbiology (Lab Required) 3-4 credits

Anatomy (Anatomy & Physiology I) (Lab Required) 3-4 credits

Physiology (Anatomy & Physiology II) (Lab Required) 3-4 credits

Chemistry I 3-4 credits

Additional Science (Biology, Physics, etc.) 3-4 credits

Statistics 3 credits

Arts and Humanities* 9 credits

Electives 16 credits
These courses together satisfy the SUNY General Education requirements. The

SUNY competencies requirements are satisfied within the cumulative curriculum.


*Effective for admission in 2013, three out of the six must be completed (9 credits).

Must be three separate courses:


Second semester of introductory foreign language 3 credits

American History 3 credits

Other World Civilizations 3 credits

Humanities 3 credits

The Arts 3 credits

Western Civilization 3 credits


Note: We will accept up to 30 credits from CLEP (College Level Examination Program)

http://clep.collegeboard.org/exam

________________________________________________________________________

Additional Requirements Upon Admission:


  • Certification in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS) with CPR/AED

  • Evidence of meeting all Stony Brook University and School of Nursing health requirements

  • Evidence of health and student malpractice insurance

  • Computer and Data Communication Requirements

Notes:



  • Applications are available on or about September 1.

  • For an applicant to be considered for admission, the submitted application, paid application fee and supporting documentation (all college transcripts and three letters of recommendation) must be received by the application deadline.

  • Prerequisite coursework may be completed at Stony Brook University or another accredited college or university. All admissions required coursework must be completed prior to beginning the major.

  • All foreign transcripts must be evaluated by an accredited evaluation service such as the World Education Service (www.wes.org).

  • Prerequisites may be available on the SUNY Learning Network – http://www.sln.suny.edu



STONY BROOK UNVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING ADMISSIONS – TRANSFER CREDIT EQUIVALENT SHEET




STONYBROOK

English Composition (3)

(WRT 102)

Introductory Psych (3)

(PSY 103)

Developmental or Child Psychology (3)

(PSY 220)
Introductory Sociology (3)

(SOC 105)


Group Process (3)

((PSY 240 or SOC 380))


Anatomy & Physiology (6 – 8)

(ANP 300 and BIO 203)


Microbiology (3-4)

(HBM 320) (Lab HBM 321) (BIO 315)


Chemistry (3-4)

((CHE 123, CHE 131  or CHE 321))

Another Science (3-4)

Statistics (3) (AMS 102)


Arts & Humanities (9)
Electives (16)

FARMINGDALE

EG 101 Composition Rhetoric (3)


PSY 130 or PSY 131 Intro Psychology (3)
PSY 232 Developmental Psychology

(Child) (3)


SOC 122 Introductory Sociology (3)
PSY 231 Group Dynamics (3) or

PSY 234 Social Psychology (3)

BIO 170-71 Human Anatomy &

Physiology I & II (8)


BIO 220 Medical Microbiology (4)

CHM 120 Chemistry or

CHM 124 Principles of Chemistry or

CHM 140 Intro to Bio-Chemistry or

CHM 154 General Chemistry I or

CHM 160 Intro to Organic Chemistry or

CHM 285 Physiological Chemistry (3-4)
Another science e.g. Biology or Genetics or Physics or another chemistry

CHM 150 College Chemistry or

CHM 155 General Chemistry II
MTH 110 Statistics (3)
Arts & Humanities (9)
Electives (16)

NASSAU COMMUNITY

ENG 101 Composition I (3)


PSY 203 General Psychology (3)
PSY 213 Child Development (3)

SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology (3)


PSY 241 Social Psychology (3)
AHS131-132 Anatomy & Physiology

I & II (8) or

BIO 201 Anatomy and

BIO 202 Physiology (8)


AHS 202 Medical Microbiology or

BIO 214 Microbiology (4)

CHE 107 General Chemistry or

CHE 131 General Chemistry or

CHE 151 Inorganic Chemistry I or

CHE 200 Organic Chemistry (3-4)


Another science e.g. Biology or Genetics or Physics or another chemistry (3-4)


MAT 102 Intro to Statistics (3)


Arts & Humanities (9)
Electives (16)

SUFFOLK COMMUNITY

EG 11 or ENG 101 Standard Freshman Composition (3)


PC 11 or PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (3)
PC 60 or PSY 210 Developmental Psychology (3)
SO 11 or SOC 101 Sociology (3)
PC 66 or PSY 216 Social Psychology (3) or

HC 44 or HSC 114 Group Dynamics (3)


BY 30 or BIO 130 Anatomy & Physiology I

BY 32 or BIO 132 Anatomy & Physiology II


BY 44 or BIO 244 General Microbiology (4)
CH 19 or CHE 100 General Chemistry (3-4)

or

CH 33 or CHE 133 College Chemistry I (3-4)

Another Science e.g. Biology or Genetics or Physics or another chemistry (3-4)

MA 23 or MAT 103 Statistics I (3)


Arts & Humanities (9)
Electives (16)



Clinical Practice Portfolio


Overview:

RN Baccalaureate students are required to submit a clinical practice portfolio that will be evaluated for academic credit.

The portfolio must contain:


  • Clinical Practice Portfolio Assessment Tool

(RN tool)

(if currently employed as a R.N.)

  • Letter of Comment from AAS Faculty

(if currently not employed as a R.N.)

  • Professional/Personal development

(i.e. Continuing Education, Inservice Education)

  • Copy of most recent performance evaluation

(if currently employed as a R.N.)

  • *NLN NACE II Exams- (If not currently employed as a R.N.)

If applicable, the portfolio may contain:

  • Professional Memberships

  • Honors, awards and/or grants

  • Professional activities, manuscripts

  • Community Service

Eligibility:

  • Undergraduates - matriculated in Stony Brook’s RN to Bachelors or BS/MS program or,

  • Graduates – admitted on a provisional basis in a Master of Science program with a non-nursing bachelor’s degree.

  • Current R.N. License

*NLN NACE Exam Information attached.

RN Baccalaureate and RN Baccalaureate to Masters students who do not meet eligibility requirements for the portfolio will not be permitted to remain matriculated in the program.

Clinical Practice Portfolio Evaluation:

A subcommittee of the Admissions and Academic Standards Committee will evaluate the clinical practice portfolios submitted. This evaluation will result in a Pass/Fail grade* or a request to resubmit additional documentation. All portfolio evaluations will be placed in the students file in the School of Nursing.

RN Students - Upon successful completion of the Clinical Portfolio Evaluation, 28-advanced placement credits will be posted to the RN student’s academic transcript.

Master’s Students - Upon successful completion of the Clinical Portfolio Evaluation, students will be granted matriculation in the Master of Science program.



*Pass/Fail grade - All portfolios must be submitted in a professional manner. Portfolios should be presented in binders with dividers notating each of the criteria. Failure to do so may require your portfolio to be returned to you for resubmission.

Submit Clinical Practice Portfolio to:

Stony Brook University School of Nursing

Office of Student Affairs, HSC - Level 2

Stony Brook, New York 11794-8240

Attention: Ms. Lisa Lent

Cost: $300.00**
Please make checks payable to Stony Brook University School of Nursing.

We accept credit cards for your convenience. Debit cards are not accepted.

** There are additional fees for NLN NACE II exams

Stony Brook University School of Nursing – Office of Student Affairs (631) 444-3200


Stony Brook University School of Nursing

Admissions and Academic Standards Subcommittee

Clinical Practice Portfolio


GRADE: _____________

(Pass/Fail or Resubmit)

Student: ___________________________ SBID: ____________ Date Submitted: ___________

Program Code: __________________________ Student Eligibility: Yes No (please circle one)

Please Check One;

RN to Bachelors or RN Bachelors to Masters ____ Master of Science – Non-Nursing Bachelor Degree ____

I. Clinical Practice Portfolio Documentation submitted

(STUDENTS PLEASE CHECK CRITERIA SUBMITTED BELOW)

Criteria


Submitted

The Portfolio MUST CONTAIN:




Current RN License




Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)




Letter of Comment from Employer (if employed)

Letter of Comment from Faculty (if not employed)






Professional /Personal Development (i.e. C.E., Inservice…)




Copy of Most Recent Performance Evaluation (if employed)

NLN NACE Exam Official Transcript (if not employed)






Clinical Practice Portfolio Assessment Tool (attached)




The Portfolio may contain:




Professional Memberships




Honors/awards/grants/research/publications




Professional activities, i.e. teaching, committee work




Community Service




II. Undergraduate Curriculum Objectives Assessment: (please complete attached form)

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Office Use Only

Date Evaluated: __________________ Signature: _______________________________

Comments: _______________________________________________________________



Clinical Practice Portfolio Assessment Tool

RN to BS and RN to BS/MS Students Only

For 28 Advanced Placement Credits

Supervisor or Associate Degree Faculty, Please Rate the Following:

Rating Scale :

5 – Strongly Recommended (accurate and comprehensive)

4 – Highly Recommended (good and thorough)

3 – Recommended (acceptable and mostly good)

2 – Recommended with reservations (basic care, some issues exist)

1- not recommended

Associate Degree Nursing Curriculum Objectives





Rating Scale

Provide nursing care founded upon selected scientific principles.








Perform nursing interventions which assist patients in achieving their healthy state.








Communicate effectively with patients, their significant others, health care team members and citizen groups to promote, maintain and restore health.








Provide health education to facilitate positive health care behaviors.








Manage nursing care effectively utilizing human, physical, financial and technological resources to meet the needs of patients.








Demonstrate professional behaviors including accountability to the profession of nursing and society.








Supervisor/Faculty Name (please print): __________________________________________

Supervisor/Faculty Signature: _________________________________ Date: ___________

Student’s Name (please print): __________________________________________________

Student’s Signature: __________________________________________Date: ___________

Please return to,



Stony Brook University School of Nursing

Stony Brook, New York 11794-8240
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