Students Planning to Migrate Fall 2016:
Nursing Migration Application Info Sessions
Calling all Pre-Nurses!
Meet and Greet / Trivia Night with Portland Campus Nursing Students
Nursing is the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations.
Nursing at Linfield
Linfield College offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) at our Portland campus. Students attending the McMinnville campus can apply to transfer to the Portland campus after completing approximately 2 - 2 1/2 years of prerequisite coursework.
All McMinnville students interested in Pre-Nursing will declare Nursing as their area of study while on the McMinnville campus. Students can pick up a Declaration of Major form in the Office of Academic Advising. Pre-Nursing students will remain with their originally assigned advisor until they migrate to the Portland campus.
*Source: American Nurses Association
Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing educates professional nurses for health stewardship of the complex global society.
The mission of Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing is to create an inclusive community of learning grounded in the liberal arts values of social justice and life-long learning. The program prepares caring nurses who are committed to the profession and responsive to the needs of the global community in an ever-changing healthcare environment. Evidence based practice and research guide student learning within a culture that promotes professional excellence and scholarship.
To learn more about the Philosophy of Linfield's Nursing Program, click here.
Find out what graduates are prepared to do here.
*Note: The following schedules are based off of tentative course availability.
Typical Program of Study:
This sample schedule represents a possible course plan to complete the pre-nursing prerequisites and satisfy the additional migration eligibility requirements (e.g. 62+ completed credits). There are many other possible ways to plan to fulfill these courses and requirements. Please work closely with your advisor to create your individualized plan of study.
|CHEM/BIOL 210||4||LC-US||3-4||CHEM/BIOL 211||4|
|BIOL 212||4||Optional||BIOL 213||4|
Typical Program of Study for Pre-Nursing and a Semester of Study Abroad:
This sample schedule requires thorough planning ahead and requires students to have excellent science skills to be able to manage the level of academic rigor involved. In order to plan to fulfill LCs while abroad, interested students need to meet with the registrar’s office early and maintain frequent communication. Since this plan requires a very difficult course load, students who are interested in studying abroad more commonly take a January Term abroad rather than a semester. In general, any student who’s interested in studying abroad should start talking with our International Programs Office as soon as possible. Students are required to apply for any study abroad experience and the process is competitive.
|Chem/Biol 210||4||LC-CS||3-4||Chem/Biol 211||4|
|INQS 125||4||HHPA Paracurricular||1||Biol 212||4|
|Biol 213||4||LC-Upper Division||3-4||Study abroad to fulfill: LC-VP & LC-GP|
|Psyc 155||4||*You must work closely w/the registrar to plan for this option!|
|Application Process||Spring 2016||Fall 2016|
|Application available. Pre-nursing students will receive information by email or contact Portland Enrollments Services after this date.||June 1||November 15|
|Applications submitted online due by 5:00 p.m.||August 1||January 2|
|Transcripts for all prerequisite work completed at colleges other than Linfied due to the Portland Campus's Office of Enrollment Services.||January 15||July 10|