The associate in applied science degree nursing training program at NEO College is built to prepare graduates for licensure as a registered nurse (RN) and entrance into the practice. Registered nurses (RNs) are in high demand countrywide. Nurses can specialize in several areas of practice. Nursing also provides possibilities for continued education and also career flexibility.
NEO College offers two pathways for completing the nursing training program: Traditional Pathway (Miami campus), Fast-Track Training program for eligible licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and paramedics (Miami Campus)
The Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing Training program is endorsed by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing (OBN) and certified with warning by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN).
About The School
Northeastern Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College (NEO) had its starting in 1919 when Governor Robertson enacted Senate Bill number 225 forming the Miami School of Mines.
At present, NEO continues to offer the extensive experience together with the benefits of a small, two-year College. The institution has 9 intercollegiate athletic teams, agricultural judging teams, cheerleading, dance, and also rodeo.
Total estimated program cost is USD $15,560
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
The Academic Profile is computed using the following seven (7) criterion; Below is a detailed explanation of the seven (7) criterion:
- Grade point average (GPA) of the required pre-requisites for the Nursing Program
- For a listing of the required pre-requisite courses for the Associate in Applied Science Nursing Degree, please check the NEO website athttp://neo.edu/Admissions/GraduationCheckSheets.
- Students may apply to the program having not completed all courses, but must be enrolled or have completed at least one of the required science courses to be eligible to apply.
- If currently enrolled in any pre-requisite courses, student must have a grade of “C” or higher at mid-term in those courses to be eligible for points. A grade of “D” or “F” on any pre-requisite course must be repeated and is not calculated for application purposes.
- The GPA is calculated by multiplying the applicant’s GPA by 10 (example: GPA 3.0 x 10 = 30 points). GPA is based on a scale: A = 4 points, B = 3 points, C = 2 points, D or F = 0 points.
- Student must maintain an overall 2.5 GPA in the required pre-requisite courses to be eligible to apply.
- A student must maintain an overall cumulative/retention GPA of 2.0 or higher in order to graduate from NEO A&M College. Thus, an applicant must meet this minimum criteria as part of the selection process.
- *NEW FOR 2017 ADMISSION CYCLE: Student must maintain a 2.33 GPA in the required pre-requisite Science courses (Chemistry, Anatomy/Physiology, and Microbiology) to be eligible to apply.
- Number of credit hours completed of required general education and technical support courses
- The pre-requisite credit hours, including those in which a student is enrolled during the spring semester in which they apply or have completed, are totaled for a maximum of 30 points.
- Students who have a GED certificate must complete at least 12 hours of the required general education hours (excluding noncredit, developmental courses) prior to application to the Nursing Program.
- All required courses which are in process or completed will be calculated into the academic profile score.
- The Credit hours for spring mid-term grades are counted in the credit hours if they are a “C” or higher to allow for contingency admission, with final grade(s) verified at the end of the spring semester.
- ACT Composite score
- For an ACT taken after October 1989 (Enhanced ACT):
- 26 or higher = 7 points
- 23-25 = 5 points
- 21-22 = 3 points
- 19-20 = 1 point
- Any score < 19 = 0 points
- For ACT taken prior to October 1989:
- 25 or higher = 7 points
- 22-24 = 5 points
- 19-21 = 3 points
- 16-18 = 1 point
- Any score < 16 = 0 points
- Assessment Technology Institute (ATI) TEAS score
- The ATI-TEAS score is calculated based on the following levels of achievement:
- Exemplary = 12 points
- Advanced = 8 points
- Proficient = 4 points
- Basic = 0 points
- Developmental = 0 points
- Completion of Anatomy & Physiology
- Students who have completed (or are enrolled during the spring semester in which they apply) receive 2 additional points.
- Completion of Microbiology
- Students who have completed (or are enrolled during the spring semester in which they apply) receive 3 additional points.
- Deduction of points for repeat or withdrawal of required science courses
- One point will be deducted for repeat or withdrawal of required science courses up to a maximum of three (3) points
Northeastern Oklahoma Agricultural And Mechanical College
Address: 200 I Street NE Miami, Oklahoma 74354
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