The UM College Fair

brianna hudson, reporter

The University of Auburn:Auburn nursing school requires a 2.5 GPA and a C or higher in all required prerequisite courses,and have no more than 2 outstanding prerequisite classes, have completed the statistics prerequisite course,and etc.The following acceptance rates for men are 85% and and women 85%.Auburn is ranked number 90 in best nursing schools:Masters and Unranked in best nursing schools:Doctor of Nursing Practice.The tradi- tional Professional Curriculum requires four semesters and one sum- mer of study, the accelerated Professional Nursing Curriculum requires three semesters and one summer term of study. Both curricular tracks include classroom, laboratory and clinical experiences.Campus tours usually take about an hour and 45 minutes.When you go tour the campus they show you a lot of different things.


The university of Alabama:The University of Birmingham is the #1 best nursing program in alabama.Their ranked #49 in best nursing schools:MAsters and No.58 in best nursing schools: Doctor of nursing practice.Minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on required lower division classes. Minimum cumulative grade point average of a 2.75 on all required science classes. Completion of or current enrollment in all lower division courses at application deadline. Completion of the ATI TEAS admissions assessment.Thats what u need to be able to get in the nursing program at the University of Birmingham.The acceptance rate there is 81%.Campus tours for visitors interested in undergraduate study take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11.00am and 2.00pm. The walking tours are led by an undergraduate student currently studying at the University. Places are limited on each campus tour so it is advisable to book well in advance, particularly during school holidays. Tours are designed to give a general overview of the campus and last approximately 45 minutes. Campus tour dates are updated regularly so check back if the month you want isn’t listed. They’re not subject-specific but our ambassadors are experienced in handling questions about life on campus and studying at the University more broadly.