Course Equivalency Chart

Courses

Non-Nursing Colleges Course in Curriculum

These Eastern Gateway Community courses are offered as part of Trinity School of Nursing curriculum. They are NOT required preadmission courses. Transfer of credit may be requested if these courses were successfully completed prior to enrollment in the program. The following are course equivalents for the non-nursing college courses in the curriculum.

Eastern Gateway Community College Franciscan University Belmont College Kent State University West Virginia Northern Community College
BIO 112 Anatomy/ Physiology

BIO 107 and BIO 108 accepted

BIO 133 and BIO 134  

BIO 2110 and

BIO 2112

BSCI 20020 or BSCI 11010 and BSCI 11020 BIO 114 and BIO 115
BIO 203 Microbiology BIO 217 BIO 2120 BSCI 20021 and BSCI 20022 BIO 117
SOC 101 Sociology SOC 101 SOC 1110 SOC 12050 SOC 125
PSY 101 General Psychology PSY 105 PSY 1120 PSYC 11762 PSYC 105
PSY 205 Human Growth & Development PSY 206 and PSY 207 PSY 1130 NURS 20950 PSYC 208

*Anatomy and Physiology and Microbiology courses accepted for Transfer of Credit must include a laboratory component. BIO102 from Eastern Gateway is accepted for transfer if taken prior to Spring 2019 and worth 4 credits with a lab. Beginning Spring 2019, BIO112 has replaced BIO102.

Required

Required Preadmission High School Courses

Algebra I and Chemistry I (high school level) are pre-admission requirements and must be successfully completed prior to admission to Trinity School of Nursing. If not completed in high school, the algebra and chemistry requirements can be met with college course equivalents.

Class Eastern Gateway Community College Franciscan University Belmont College Kent State University West Virginia Northern Community College
High SchoolAlgebra I MTH 095 or MTH 096 and MTH 097 or MTH 081 and MTH 082 MTH 151 MTH 095 or MTH 097 or MDS 0110 or DEM 0100 MATH 10005 or MATH 10020 and MATH 10021 MATH 092 and MATH 093
High School Chemistry I* CHM 091 CHM 110 CHM 1110 CHEM 10050 and CHEM 10053 CHEM108

*Chemistry I course must include a laboratory component.

All required courses must be completed with a Final grade of “C” or above.

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