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Sep 30 2017

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Professional Nursing Pathways Program Online

About the Program

Residents of these states are not eligible to enroll in this UTA accelerated online program: Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Tennessee, and Washington. Students residing in these states who are currently enrolled in the program may continue without interruption.

The Professional Nursing Pathways Program at The University of Texas at Arlington offers associate-degree nursing students an effective, time-saving and affordable approach to begin their journey to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree while still completing their ADN coursework. In the Pathways Program, the UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation works with ADN programs to create unique pathways that outline the most efficient way for students to maximize course selection that transfer into the university’s highly regarded and successful 13-month, online RN to BSN program. By engaging ADN students early in their nursing studies, the Pathways program provides the means to achieve this career and professional goal in as few as 13 months following ADN graduation.

Students interested in achieving their ADN to BSN and entering into UTA through the Pathways Program upon ADN graduation will follow the RN to BSN start date calendar.

To find out if your community college is a partner in the UTA Professional Nursing Pathways Program, please contact your ADN advisor.

Accreditation Information

The Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing, Master’s Degree in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, and Post-Graduate APRN Certificate at the University of Texas at Arlington are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
One Dupont Circle, NW Suite 530
Washington, DC 20036
202.463.6930

. It’s more than just a piece of paper. It’s actually changing the way you see nursing.

Melanie Aluotto, BSN

Graduate of UTA’s Online BSN Program

This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives.

This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives.

Explore and enhance understanding and application of principles of family science knowledge in therapeutic relationships with families across the lifespan. Course Conditions: Prelicensure APBSN students: Acceptance in UTACON program; Completion of NURS 1300 Introduction to Professional Nursing; Completion of NURS 3365 Pharmacology; Completion of NURS 3366 Pathophysiology. RN to BSN AP students: Acceptance in UTACON program.

Admissions

College of Nursing and Health Innovation

  • Complete online application and submit application fee
  • Submit official transcripts
  • Official transcripts record all courses, bachelor’s degrees or highest degree conferred by a regionally or nationally accredited institution. Official transcripts are sealed transcripts sent from the granting institution.
  • 2.50 Grade Point Average (GPA) in required prerequisites, including all prerequisite nursing and natural sciences courses. (GPA is a minimum requirement, and does not guarantee admittance into the AP BSN program.)
  • The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam is required if the applicant’s native or first language is not English and if he or she does not hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. institution. Additional information is available here. Exemptions can be reviewed in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation Academic Catalog .
  • Top applicants will be ranked and admitted based on space availability.

Program-Specific Requirements

The Professional Nursing Pathways Program has additional admission requirements:

  • UTA Professional Nursing Pathways Program Partnered Community College student
  • 2.5 GPA or higher on prerequisite courses at the time of ADN Graduation

*Official transcript recording any courses, bachelor’s degree or highest degree conferred by a regionally or nationally accredited institution. Official transcripts are sealed transcripts sent from the granting institution.

Costs

Affordability You Can Count On at UTA

*Per-course tuition based on 3-credit hour courses. Tuition may vary by admit term.

The tuition deadline is the Friday (by 11:59 PM CT) before the course begins. If tuition is not paid before the deadline, you will be dropped from your course(s).

No late payments will be allowed and no reinstatement granted if you are dropped for non-payment. If you plan to use the UTA website to make payment, please note that it may be down for maintenance on Sunday mornings. You may also contact Student Accounts at 817.272.2172 for additional information regarding payment.

Fees

All degrees are subject to application fees and graduation fees. Additional fees may apply.

Application Fees

$60 (Please note that the undergraduate application fee cannot be waived for Academic Partnerships students.)

Application fee is non-refundable.

Reactivation Fees

To read the Reactivation/Readmission policy, visit the Admission Requirements .

Graduation Fees

$40 for first diploma, $20 each additional diploma plus applicable mailing fees, and $60 for late application for graduation.

Graduation fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable. The fee will be billed to the student’s MyMav account.

Payment Options

Refund Policy

Students wishing to drop a course and maintain no financial responsibility must do so by 11:59 PM CT before the first class day. The official class day begins at 12:00 AM CT.

The refund policy for sessions of five weeks or less is as follows:

  • Before the first class day: 100 percent.
  • First class day: 80 percent.
  • Second class day: 50 percent.
  • After the second class day: No refunds.

The refund policy for sessions greater than five weeks but less than 10 weeks is as follows:

  • Before the first class day: 100 percent.
  • First class day through the third class day: 80 percent.
  • Fourth day through the sixth class day: 50 percent.
  • After the sixth day: No refunds.

The refund policy for sessions 10 weeks or greater is as follows:

  • Before the first class day: 100 percent.
  • First class day through the fifth class day: 80 percent.
  • Sixth day through the tenth class day: 70 percent.
  • Eleventh day through the fifteenth class day: 50 percent.
  • Sixteenth day through the twentieth class day: 25 percent.
  • After the twentieth day: No refunds.

The Academic Calendar indicates the deadlines to drop a course with a “W.”

Cancellation for Non-Payment

If you are enrolled in more than one course and eligible for partial payment (AP BSN students only), but do not pay the balance, you will be dropped from all courses. If the amount you paid would cover the cost of one of the courses, you still will be dropped from all courses.

Additionally, if you enroll in and pay for a course or courses in one start date within a term, then subsequently enroll in another start date during the same term, and do not pay fully for that start, you will be cancelled from all classes for the term that have not yet been graded. Reinstatements will not be allowed unless there is documented university error.

Student Profiles

. It’s more than just a piece of paper. It’s actually changing the way you see nursing.

Melanie Aluotto, BSN


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