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- Completion of the required prerequisite courses (cognate and nursing courses).
- Completion of all cognates before the junior year.
- A minimum grade of C in each nursing course. Only one nursing course may be repeated. Students who sustain another failure (a grade below a C) in any nursing course will be dismissed from the program.
- A minimum grade of C in each cognate course. Students with a grade of C- or below in cognate courses will have the option to progress in nursing (probationary status) for one semester while repeating the course in question.
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