School of NursingProgram InformationWorkshopMENIFEE VALLEY CAMPUS28237 LA PIEDRA ROADMENIFEE, CA 92584(951) 639–5577NURSINGANDAH@MSJC.EDUWWW.MSCJ.EDUUpdated January 2022
ADMISSIONS PREREQUISITESThe following prerequisites must be completed prior to admission into the ADN Program.A minimum cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5 on a 4.0 college scale and a grade “C” or better in the following admissionrequirement courses (prerequisites): ANAT 101ANAT 102BIOL 125MATH 140.ENGL 101Anatomy & Physiology I4 semester unitsAnatomy & Physiology II4 semester unitsGeneral Microbiology4 semester unitsStatistics or College Level Math (100 course level) 3 semester unitsFreshman Composition4 semester unitsLVN-RN Transition Additional RequirementPSYC 101Intro to Psychology3 semester unitsNote: No recency for Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology courses.*Effective Spring 2020, the Nursing & Allied Health is accepting online/hybrid science courses, until further notice.
General Requirements for Associate DegreeLVN-RNTransitionPsych 101 isincluded inadmissionprerequisites
AA/AS Degree GeneralEducation Course pattern(Option A)Please meet with a Counselor to verifygeneral education courses are completed:(Area C –Humanities) & (Area F –Diversity)
APPLICATION FILING PERIODSADN ProgramFebruary 1st-15th(Program Starts in Fall)&September 1st-15th(Program Starts in Spring)LVN-RN TransitionstthSeptember 1 -15(Program Starts in Spring)
ADN APPLICATION PROCESSPRIOR TO BEING ACCEPTED INTO THE NURSING PROGRAM YOU MUST COMPLETE STEPS 1-7BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION TO THE NURSING DEPARTMENT1. Submit a GENERAL Admission application to MSJC.2. Complete a School of Nursing & Allied Health Evaluation Request Form.3. After student completes or is in final semester of completing program prerequisites, meet with a Counselor to signand date the Nursing & Allied Health Evaluation Request Form.4. Submit Evaluation Request Form to Enrollment Services (please see slide 7, for submission information)5. After submitting Evaluation Request Form, student will receive an eligibility letter from the Evaluator. Eligibilityletter must be attached to Nursing application (please note, Evaluation Request Form is NOT the application.)6. After student applies to program between the filing periods, student will receive notification of acceptance ordenial through the email listed on their application, one or two months after applying.
APPLICATION PROCESS (Cont’d)7. Submit a Nursing Application and all supporting documentation, to the NAHD office between:RN ProgramFebruary 1 st and February 15 thSeptember 1 st and September 15 thsLVN-RN TransitionSeptember 1 st and September 15 thCheck our websitefor any datechanges!Applications must be received in the NAHD office no later than 11:59 pm on the deadline date. No applications will beaccepted after the 15th. Applications MUST be complete at the time of submission, or will not be considered for admission.No further paperwork will be accepted once applications are submitted. NO EXCEPTIONS.Documents to be submitted with application must include, but are not limited to: Copies of Letter of Eligibility and pre-requisite evaluation results High School Graduation verification (copy of diploma or GED if not already on file) Copy of previous Academic Degrees, Diplomas, or relevant CertificatesApplications must be received in the Nursing Department by final filing date; end of business day.Please check the application for hours of operation.The Nursing program begins during the Fall and Spring Semester.
EVALUATION REQUEST FORMDocuments to be attached to the Evaluation Request Form: Students who completed courses outside of MSJC, will need to provide official transcripts from all previous collegesand/or universities. If student is taking courses outside MSJC during the Evaluation submission period, student is to attach unofficialtranscripts with Evaluation form showing courses are ”In-progress.” Student will submit official transcriptsimmediately after course completion for Evaluation to be processed and to receive eligibility to apply to program. If ordering official transcripts, you must provide proof transcripts have been requested and attach proof to Evaluationform. Students completing all coursework at Mt. San Jacinto College will only need to submit the Evaluation Request Form. Student will receive a written “Eligibility Email” from the Evaluator through their MSJC student email, this notificationis to be attached to the application during the application filing period along with ”program notes”. The link tostudent’s program notes will be included in the Eligibility Email. If student does not provide an eligibility email and program notes with application, student’s application will bedisqualified.Note: Student can send official transcripts electronically from previous college/university to:email@example.com
Foreign TranscriptsAll FOREIGN TRANSCRIPTS, including high school documentation, must be formally evaluated by an approved companyunder www.naces.org and then evaluated by an MSJC Evaluator for course equivalency. See Counselor for furtherdetails/information.
EVALUATION REQUEST FORM DEADLINE &SUBMISSIONDeadline:ADNJuly 1 st - December 1 st for the February 1 st – February 15 th applicationADN & LVN to RNApril 1st - July 1 st for the September 1st – September 15 th applicationSubmission:Students are to submit the Evaluation Request Form to the Enrollment Services Departmentthrough MSJC’s Student Support Hub: https://www.msjc.edu/hub/, under “e-DocumentSubmissions: Secure Documents Upload.”
EVALUATION REQUEST FORMPlease review andcomplete allrequirements asany incompletepackets will bereturned.
EVALUATION REQUEST FORMCounselor will notsign form if any ofthe requirements inthe check boxes onfirst page aremissing.Select the programyou are applying forand if applying tomore than oneprogram, pleaseselect accordingly.Fill out allyourinformation,includingMSJC StudentID # and MSJCStudentEmail.
EVALUATION REQUEST FORM (Cont’d)Pleaseremember tosign and dateform, ifmissing formwill beconsideredincomplete.If there are pending course(s) at the timeyou submit the Evaluation form, please listcourses in the “Comment(s) section”List all colleges/universities attended and if MSJC wasyour only college, just list, “MSJC only”.
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING (ADN)PROGRAM OVERVIEWYear 1Year 21st Semester3rd SemesterNURS 194 – PharmacologyNURS 212 – Foundations of NursingNURS 214 – Introduction to Medical-Surgical Nursing INURS 571 – Foundation of Nursing Skills LabNURS 234 – Intermediate Medical-Surgical Nursing IIINURS 236 – Mental Health NursingNURS 238 – Gerontology and Community NursingNURS 573 – Intermediate Nursing Skills Lab2nd Semester4th SemesterNURS 222 - PediatricsNURS 224 – Beginning Medical-Surgical Nursing IINURS 226 – OBNURS 572 – Basic Medical-Surgical Skills LabNURS 244 – Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing IVNURS 248 - PreceptorshipNURS 574 – Advanced Nursing Skills Lab
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING (LVN-RN)PROGRAM OVERVIEW3rd Semester - FallNURS 234 – Intermediate Medical-Surgical Nursing IIINURS 236 – Mental Health NursingNURS 238 – Gerontology and Community NursingNURS 573 – Intermediate Nursing Skills LabLVN-RN Transition Semester - SpringNURS 232 – Role TransitionNURS 572 – Basic Med-Surg Nursing Skills Lab4th Semester - SpringNURS 244 – Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing IVNURS 248 - PreceptorshipNURS 574 – Advanced Nursing Skills Lab
SELECTION PROCESSAdmission to the Associate Degree Nursing program at Mt. San Jacinto College includes the useof a Multi-Criteria Selection Process. This tool includes, but is not limited to: Previous academic degrees, Diplomas or relevant certificationsGrade point average in prerequisite courses (2.5 or greater)Life experiencesProficiency or advanced level coursework in a language other than EnglishVolunteer or Work ExperiencePre-admission Examination (TEAS score)For more information about the TEAS exam, to schedule your TEAS exam, and forsupplemental review materials please visit www.ATITESTING.COM
MULTI-CRITERIA SELECTION PROCESS
MULTI-CRITERIA SELECTION PROCESS (Cont’d)Note: the TEAS exam must betaken before applying to the RNprograms and copy of full scorereport to be included withNursing application. TEAS scoresare not included in the
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TEST OF ESSENTIAL ACADEMIC SKILLS (TEAS) Prospective nursing students must pass a Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) prior toprogram admission.TEAS Subject Areas (Math/English/Reading/Science) (Version 6 or 7) Prospective nursing students must take the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) at adesignated testing center. Official ATI scores must be submitted to MSJC ADN Programthrough ATI. Prospective Nursing Student must achieve a passing composite score of 62%to be eligible to apply.Please note that the TEAS Test can only be taken twice per version in order to achieve apassing score! Students are required to submit their highest of two passing TEAS scores, thereforepreparation for this assessment is essential.Study resources can be found on the ATI website (www.atitesting.com)
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKStudents must have a clear criminal background check to participate in clinical(s) at the hospital facilities. Thebackground check is not a requirement for admission to an academic program and will be completed after a student isadmitted. Background checks are required for registration in hospital clinical courses or hospital observation. The initialbackground check satisfies this requirement during continuous enrollment in the program; should the educationalprocess be interrupted, a new background check will be required.Background checks will minimally include the following: Seven years history Address verification Sex offender database search Two names (current legal and one other name) Seven counties Department of Justice Office of Inspector General (OIG) search Social Security Number verificationStudents may be denied access to clinical facilities based on offenses appearing on the criminal record, even if theyoccurred more than seven years ago.
ESTIMATED PROGRAM COSTS
CLINICAL PARTNERSHIPS Hemet Valley Medical CenterMenifee Valley Medical CenterInland Valley Medical CenterRancho Springs Medical CenterTemecula Valley HospitalLife CarePatton State HospitalRiverside Community HospitalRiverside University Health Systems Medical CenterLoma Linda MurrietaEncompass Health
National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) Our program hasmaintained anexcellent NCLEXpassing rate,exceeding thestate and nationalaverage.NCLEX Pass 97.3%4895.83%42100%5692.86%For more information about the NCLEX examination passing rates please visit:http://www.rn.ca.gov/schools/passrates.shtml
Thank YouFor more information about MSJC School of Nursing and other programs please visit our website at:www.msjc.edu/nursingandalliedhealthor emailNursingandAH@msjc.eduTo contact the Nursing & Allied Health CounselorsJamie R. Olmos, Hyman Alvia, Leticia Munoz, & Alma AlvarezPlease schedule an appointment online through Cranium Café: Nursing and Allied Health Appointments or call: 951-639-5577To ensure a successful virtual meeting, please use a computer with Chrome as your web browser.Appointments are scheduled two weeks in advanced. Every Monday-Thursday morning more appointments become available. It is highlyrecommended that you check the schedule early in the morning as appointments fill up quickly! Feel free to check back frequently forcancellations.Virtual Lobby: Nursing and Allied Health LobbyVirtual Lobby meetings are limited to 15 minutes in order to serve as many students as possible.Counselor Virtual Lobby hours:
SOUTHWEST ASSOCIATION OF NURSINGSTUDENTS (SWANS) STUDENT ORGANIZATIONThe SWANS Organization is a constituent of the National Student Nurses Association and CaliforniaStudent Nurses Association and practices shared governance.SWANS are student nurses uniting together to: Convey the standards and ethics of the nursing profession. Become responsible and accountable members of the nursing profession. Advocate for high quality, research-based, affordable and accessible healthcare to the community. Strengthen the efforts of each individual student through mentoring. Develop into students who are prepared to lead the profession of nursing in the future. Promote interest in the National League for Nursing and the California Nurses' AssociationPresentationsNSNA ConferenceValley RestartHealth FairHaunted Hospital
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING (LVN-RN) PROGRAM OVERVIEW LVN-RN Transition Semester - Spring NURS 232 -Role Transition NURS 572 -Basic Med-Surg Nursing Skills Lab . Riverside Community Hospital Riverside University Health Systems Medical Center Loma Linda Murrieta Encompass Health. National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX)
CERTIFICATE PROGRAM . FACULTY & SUPPORT STAFF Joyce Johnson,MSN,RN Executive Dean School of Nursing &Allied Health Patricia McBee, RN CNA Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org Janet Brandenburg Clerical Assistant IV, Allied Health Programs email@example.com -(951) 639-5557
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