CHALLENGE EXAMINATION POLICY
Some students with experience in health care settings may feel qualified to challenge a course within the Department of Nursing. The following steps are required of students who plan to challenge a course.
Step 1 – Approved by the Course Coordinator
Students must submit a letter documenting the reasons they feel qualified to challenge a course. The letter must be submitted before the beginning of the semester in which the course is to be given. In the letter, student must include:
Students must receive approval from the Course Coordinator before proceeding to Step 2.
Step 2 – Successful completion of written and/or clinical before proceeding to Step 2.
Students must arrange for these examinations through the course coordinator prior to the beginning of the semester. The examinations will be the equivalent of a comprehensive final examination given in the course. Clinical examination(s) occur in a setting determined by the course coordinator and require that students meet specific objectives and competencies related to the course.
Partial or full credit for the course may be granted after the student successfully complete all required examinations. These examinations may be taken only once.
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