Transfer Planning Guide: College of Nursing
The Marquette University College of Nursing has more than 8,000 alumni making a difference in health care every day, nationwide. Marquette nurses embody the Jesuit traditions of living lives of faith, promoting excellence, becoming leaders and serving others. As such, Marquette nursing is an integral part of the university's Catholic, Jesuit mission.
Transferring to the College of Nursing requires careful planning. Please use this guide to inform your pathway to Marquette as you register for equivalent courses at another institution.
For more detailed program and course descriptions, please visit Marquette's online bulletin here.
|HEAL 1060||Survey of Biochemistry||X|
|BISC 2015||Principles of Human Anatomy & Physiology||X|
|BISC 2016||Principles of Human Anatomy & Physiology 2||X|
|ENGL 1001||Foundations in Rhetoric||X|
|PSYC 1001||General Psychology||X|
|THEO 1001||Foundations in Theology||X|
|PHIL 1001||Foundations in Philosophy||X|
|PSYC 2101||Introduction to Life-Span Developmental Psychology||X|
Sophomore Cohort Entrance
Students looking to transfer into the sophomore cohort with a three-year graduation plan must have HEAL 1060 and BISC 2015 & 2016 (or equivalent courses) completed at the time of enrollment. It is strongly recommended to have completed ENGL 1001, PSYC 1001, THEO 1001, PHIL 1001, PSYC 2101 (or equivalent courses) to graduate in three years.
First-Year Cohort Entrance
Students looking to transfer into the first-year cohort with a four-year graduation plan are not required to have HEAL 1060 or BISC 2015 & 2016 However, the strongest applicants will have completed at least one college-level science course prior to applying. Sophomore students must begin in the fall semester. It is recommended that first-year students wishing to begin in the spring semester have completed HEAL 1060 and BISC 2015 (or equivalent courses) at the time of enrollment.
Sophomore students must begin in the fall semester. It is recommended that first-year students wishing to begin in the spring semester have completed HEAL 1060 (or equivalent course) at the time of enrollment.