Transfer Information for University of Nebraska Medical Center
|42nd and Emile
Omaha, NE 68198
|UNMC Requirement||Required Credits||Central Community College||Required Credits|
|English Composition I||3||ENGL 1010 English Composition||3|
|English Composition II||3||ENGL 1020 Writing & Research||3|
|Human Anatomy||4||BIOS 2250 General Anatomy & Physiology I||4|
|Human Physiology||4||BIOS 2260 General Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
|Introduction to Sociology||3||SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology||3|
|Introduction to Psychology||3||PSYC 1810 Introduction to Psychology||3|
|Human Growth & Development||3||PSYC 2890 Developmental Psychology||3|
|Chemistry||4||CHEM 1050 Elements of Chemistry or CHEM 1090 General Chemistry||4|
|Nutrition||3||NUTR 1470 Nutrition||3|
|Ethics||3||PHIL 2650 Introduction to Ethics||3|
|Ethics||3||HUSR 2380 Professional Ethics & Issues||3|
|College Algebra||3||MATH 1150 College Algebra or more advanced math course: MATH 1380, 1410, 2040, 2060, 2070, 2080, 2210||3|
|Statistics||3||MATH 2170 Applied Statistics||3|
|Microbiology||4||BIOS 2460 Principles of Microbiology||4|
Grades of C+ or better are required for the Traditional and Accelerated Programs. Grades of C or better are required for the RN-BSN Program.
Additional Admission Requirements
Classes are subject to change, please contact a your Student Services Coordinator for the most up to date information.
The courses listed below are meant to serve as a sample of courses that are accepted under each requirement. If you have specific questions about a course that is not listed here, please consult your UNMC College of Nursing Student Services Coordinator. A few courses have been approved in more than one category. However, a student may not use one course to meet more than one requirement.
Many courses have prerequisite requirements. You are responsible for checking whether or not you have met the prerequisites for the electives you choose.
Course should provide students with knowledge of the history and creation of music and art, or knowledge of literary, philosophical, or religious efforts to interpret and illuminate human existence.
All ARTS (Art) courses; All MART (Media Arts) courses; ENGL 1500, 2100, 2150, 2340, 2370, 2500; HUMS 1100; All MUSC (Music) courses; PHIL 1010; SPCH 1110, 1400; All THEA (Theatre) courses
Culture, race, ethnicity & gender
Course should provide students with knowledge and analysis of theoretical concerns, social experiences, or creative works arising from human diversity in the United States and the world community to which it belongs.
ANTH 1100; ENGL 2150, 2370; GEOG 1400;HUSR 2450; PHIL 2610; SOCI 2150; SOCI 2010; 2150; ALL SPAN
Family & Human Behavior
Course should provide students with knowledge of individual, family, and group behavior.
BSAD 2580; CRIM 2100, 2030, 2200; ECED 1150, 2070; HUSR 1100, 1700, 1800, 2010, 2330, 2450, 2510, 2600; PSYC 1010, 1150, 2120, 2860; SOC 2160
Political Science & Social Organizational
Course should provide students with knowledge of the structure and governance of societies, including policies, institutions and processes; the characteristics of economic practices and systems; or the interplay of human activity and the natural environment.
AGRI 1410; BIOS 1060; BSAD 1050, 2200; ENTR 1050, 2060; CRIM 1010, 1020, 2000, 2010, 2030, 2100, 2200, 2590; ECON 1100, 2110, 2120; HUSR 1100, 2010; PHYS 1500; POLS 1000, 1600, 2210
NOTE: Credit earned more than ten years prior to application for admission will be reviewed by the undergraduate student services office. Applicants may be required to repeat or refresh some courses. The Director of Undergraduate Programs may review these credits and act as the final authority for transfer credit.