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College of Nursing Policy Regarding BIOL 4344-Pathophysiology I have read the policy provided below regarding grade requirements, to include BIO 4344Pathophysiology, or its equivalent. I understand that BIOL 4344-Pathophysiology, or its equivalent, is not a prerequisite for admission to upper division baccalaureate nursing in the College of Nursing. I further understand that the grade from BIOL 4344-Pathophysiology or its equivalent, is not calculated into my GPA for admission purposes to upper division nursing. However, BIOL 4344-Pathophysiology or its equivalent, is part of the nursing curriculum and the grade made in BIOL 4344 prior to acceptance to the upper division baccaluareate program will be used to determine continuation in the program. This policy is located in the Texas Woman’s University General Catalog and on the College of Nursing website http://www.twu.edu/nursing/bs_admission.asp.

Academic Policies: All Students
The following policies apply to all students in the nursing program. 1. 2. A minimum grade of C is required in pathophysiology. A minimum grade of C is required in all courses in the nursing major. If a student earn a grade of D, F, or WF in a nursing course (including pathophysiology), that course must be repeated. A course in which a grade of less than C (D, F, or WF) was earned may be repeated only once. A student who had earned a grade of less than C (D, F, or WF) in two nursing courses (including pathophysiology) or who has earned a grade of less than C (D, F, or WF) twice in the same nursing course (including Pathophysiology) will be required to leave the nursing program. Students receiving a grade of I, D, F, or WF in a nursing course (including Pathophysiology) may not progress to courses for which that course is a prerequisite. All nursing courses must be completed within a period of five consecutive calendar years from the date of first enrollment in a nursing course. Any current or returning student unable to complete the...
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