Examination PolicyHere are some of the Examination Policy for prospective Students
Nursing faculty will outline the evaluation methods for each Nursing Program course in the syllabus. The grading criteria outlined in the course syllabus is used by faculty to determine final grades for each course.
Students must achieve a “C” or better in each class in order to remain in the program. The minimum passing grade for the Nursing Program is 75%. Students who receive a failing grade for any course will meet with course faculty to develop a remediation plan for potential readmission.
Letter grades will be derived from a calculation out to two decimal places to the hundredths; however, there will be no rounding up of scores. (Although rounding is a mathematical principle, the Nursing Program faculty believe there must be a minimum standard, based on the fact that in the nursing profession there are also minimum standards.)
Course faculty will not calculate a cumulative course grade for students at any point during the semester. Following the final exam item analysis, the final course grade will be available via the Canvas platform.
A: 100.00–90.00 | B: 89.99–80.00 | C: 79.99–75.00 | D: 74.99–65.00 | F: 64.99–00.00