NURSING (ASSOCIATE IN) DTA/MRP
Spokane Community College
1810 North Greene Street
Spokane, WA 99217-5399
Degrees and Certificates
Associate in Nursing DTA/MRP - SCC
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The Associate in Nursing DTA/MRP is a pathway for students to move from the community college to a university as a senior student. This pathway allows for seamless progression to baccalaureate education. A candidate for the Associate in Nursing DTA/MRP degree must complete 60 pre-nursing credits and 75 in program credits to be eligible for completion of this degree. It's highly recommended that students meet with a counselor or academic advisor at SCC or SFCC on a regular basis to ensure that requirements for this program are being met.
Completion of pre-requisites does not ensure admission into the Nursing program.
Students must complete all the pre-requisites prior to starting the nursing program. Students may apply to the nursing program after completing 45 credits. The courses that must be completed prior to application are: BIOL& 160, CHEM& 121, BIOL& 241, BIOL& 242, BIOL& 260, ENGL& 101, PSYC& 100, PSYC& 200, and MATH& 146. The remaining 15 credits may be taken while waiting for acceptance to the program. Acceptance will be conditional if all prerequisites are not completed prior to the start of the nursing program.
At least 30 credits must be earned in residence from Spokane Community College or Spokane Falls Community College. Prior level college credits and grade points are transferred for calculating total credits and GPA.
Completion of the DTA will satisfy requirements for direct transfer with only one additional year of study to complete the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree at four-year institutions in Washington State. Please double check the college requirements with any other school to ensure they accept the direct transfer agreement. It is highly recommended that students meet with a counselor or academic advisor to ensure the college they choose does not have additional requirements.
Please refer to the nursing program admission requirements as they may have changed.
Program Learning Outcomes
Management of Care
Clinical Decision Making