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RN Program

Admission Requirements Admission Packet Application Deadline Dates HESI Testing Dates Clinical Requirements

 

Overview
Congratulations on your decision to pursue a degree in nursing.  MJS College is a private post-secondary education center in North America.  This is the first campus for MJS College School of Nursing and School of Business in Merrillville, Indiana.  MJS College’s plan is to offer a broad range of academic programs concentrated in the health sciences and business fields.

 

Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide opportunities for individuals to pursue a healthcare career for professional growth and development, and to address the healthcare needs of the 21st century.

MJS College is a postsecondary, career-focused education, dedicated to meeting employers’ needs through qualified graduates.  Our mission is to provide excellence learning-centered environment where students can acquire the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in their chosen field of study.

The organization is committed to improvement and growth through collaborative partnerships with all stakeholders.  We fulfill our mission by placing value on responsibility, participation, and personal & professional development.

 

Admission Requirements
Admission to the School is not admission to the Nursing program.  Students wishing to enter the Associate of Science in Nursing Program (ASN) should indicate their intention when first applying for enrollment at MJS College.  To be admitted to the ASN program, the student must meet the following criteria:

  1. Application to School indicating ASN program
  2. Official high school or equivalent GED and college transcripts received.
  3. Successful completion of a nursing admission assessment test (HESI) 78% or higher
  4. Successful completion of the following courses:

    Math 100 or higher

    3 credit hours

    Interpersonal communication  or Speech

    3 credit hours

    Introduction to Computers

    3 credit hours

    Human Anatomy & Physiology I**

    3 credit hours

    Human Anatomy & Physiology II**

    3 credit hours

    English Composition

    3 credit hours

    Introduction to Psychology

    3 credit hours

    Developmental Psychology

    3 credit hours

    Introduction to Sociology

    3 credit hours

    Microbiology**

    4 credit hours

    Chemistry**

    4 credit hours

     

    35 credit hours


    **All biology courses must be completed within the last 5 years.
  5. Criminal Background Check:  Anyone with a criminal background, especially a person convicted of a felony, may be unable to enter into and complete their clinical practicum.  Failure to complete the clinical will lead to failure in the nursing course.  A criminal background may also render someone ineligible to attend clinical or sit for the NCLEX-RN examination following graduation.
  6. Drug Screening (10-panel). Results must be in an EMR format for the screening to be deemed acceptable.
  7. Minimum of 2.8 GPA or higher on 4.0 scale
  8. Two letters of recommendation (one personal, one professional)
  9. Essay – minimum two pages (double spaced) using an 11-12 point font that is easily read.  The following questions should be answered:

Why I want to be an RN and what contribution I plan to make to the nursing profession

    • Provide a balanced assessment of your personal characteristics including strengths, weaknesses and areas you are working on to improve.  Describe how these characteristics influence your individual and group interactions, with particular emphasis on your interpersonal style, leadership, and membership qualities, and those characteristics that influence the way others view you.
    • Describe responsibilities that you expect to continue or assume, such as part-time work, etc., in addition to your role as a student.
    • Describe significant life experiences that have contributed to your development, such as honors, activities, and accomplishments that make you a unique applicant.  Be sure to include cross-cultural experiences, travel, hobbies, etc. that might influence your contributions to advanced practice nursing.

Applicants who are selected for admission must have completed ALL of their prerequisite classes.  Students are then ranked and admitted based on highest HESI score and GPA.  Incomplete application packets will not be considered for any application period. 

The information found on this website contains the Associate of Science in Nursing application guidelines and requirements.  By submitting an application packet, an individual verifies that he/she has read the information and packet and understands the policies and procedures for application and conditions for acceptance into the Associate of Science in Nursing Degree.

All requirements above must be met before you will be considered for admission. 

*If you have been convicted of a felony or certain misdemeanors, this may preclude you from participating as a student in some clinical sites (which will eliminate you from the program) and you may not be allowed to take the NCLEX examination-the state board licensing examination for nursing.

 

Admission Packet

To apply to the nursing program, you must submit the following items by the deadline date. 

  1. Prerequisite Classes Completed - Completion of ALL Prerequisite classes.  If you are currently enrolled in a prerequisite class or classes, you must submit your mid-term grade at this time.  Your GPA will be calculated based on this mid-term grade and your acceptance will be contingent upon that grade.  If your grade drops, you will be re-ranked among all applicants.
  2. Application & $50 Application Fee – Download a copy of the application or you can request to have it mailed or emailed to you.  There is a $50 non-refundable application fee when you submit your application.  Checks or money orders should be made to MJS College.  Applications will not be processed until the application fee is received.  You are able to make this payment in the business office or online.  If the cardholder or check writer is a person other than the applicant, you should contact the Office of Admissions to ensure that your payment is applied correctly.
  3. Official High School or GED transcripts – An official, sealed and unopened copy of your high school transcripts needs to be submitted before or with your application.
  4. Official College transcripts – An official transcript from each college, university or professional school you have attended, whether or not a degree was earned.  An official transcript must be submitted to the Office of Admissions in a sealed envelope, as prepared by the sending institution. 
  5. Two recent letters of recommendation.  Letters submitted must come from professional sources.  Letters of recommendation may be submitted on the MJS College School of Nursing Recommendation Form (PDF) or on the official company stationery of the recommender with a valid signature.  Recommendations must include the phone number and email address of the recommender.  Recommendations may be submitted to MJS College School of Nursing by U.S. mail or email to info@mjs-university.net.
  6. Essay – minimum two pages (double spaced) using an 11-12 point font that is easily read.  The following questions should be answered:
    • Why I want to be an RN and what contribution I plan to make to the nursing profession
    • Provide a balanced assessment of your personal characteristics including strengths, weaknesses and areas you are working on to improve.  Describe how these characteristics influence your individual and group interactions, with particular emphasis on your interpersonal style, leadership, and membership qualities, and those characteristics that influence the way others view you.
    • Describe responsibilities that you expect to continue or assume, such as part-time work, etc., in addition to your role as a student.
    • Describe significant life experiences that have contributed to your development, such as honors, activities, and accomplishments that make you a unique applicant.  Be sure to include cross-cultural experiences, travel, hobbies, etc. that might influence your contributions to advanced practice nursing.
  7. Drug Screening (10-panel). Results must be in an EMR format for the screening to be deemed acceptable.
  8. Criminal Background check* – A criminal background check is required to be submitted prior to acceptance into the nursing program.  A background check with a criminal finding will either preclude you from entering a clinical site and completing the nursing program or will need to be expunged.  Students must use the following link to obtain their background check: www.CertifiedBackground.com Select “Students” on the website and proceed to enter package code: mj80

    *If you have been convicted of a felony or certain misdemeanors, this may preclude you from participating as a student in some clinical sites (which will eliminate you from the program) and you may not be allowed to take the NCLEX examination-the state board licensing examination for nursing.

All requirements above must be met before you will be considered for admission.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

.Deadline Dates for 2013 Nursing Programs

Cohort

Start Date

Deadline Date

Cohort I 2014

March 24, 2014

February 7, 2014

Cohort II 2014

July 28, 2013

May 23, 2014

Cohort III 2014 December 1, 2014 October 6, 2014

 

 

Clinical Rotation Requirements
All applications are reviewed by Dean of Nursing.  Students will be notified in writing of admission status. Upon official acceptance into the Nursing program, the student must submit the following documents for approval to begin their Clinical Rotations:

  • A completed physician’s report of a current physical examination, including information about vaccination status, utilizing a form provided by the school (See appendix)
  • Hepatitis B vaccination series, three injections series required or Hepatitis B vaccination waiver form (see Appendix).
  • Proof of Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR) and Varicella
  • Measles:  Two doses of measles vaccine are required either in a combination with Mumps and Rubella or separately via injection.  Individuals born prior to Jan. 1, 1957 are exempt from the rubella immunization requirement.
    Mumps:  One dose of rubella vaccine is required either in a combination with Measles and Mumps.  Individuals born prior to Jan. 1, 1957 are exempt from the Mumps immunization requirement.
    Rubella:  One does of rubella vaccine is required separately or in combination with Measles and Mumps.  Individuals born prior to Jan. 1, 1957 ARE NOT exempt from the rubella requirement.
    Varicella:  Two doses are required; if one dose was received before the age of 13, then only one dose is required.  Confirmation via a notarized statement signed by physician, parent/guardian of Varicella disease may be accepted
  • A photocopy of a current (less than 1 year old) one-step TB screening test.  If the TB test is positive, then negative results from a chest x-ray will need to be provided. *a two-step Mantoux TB test maybe required.
  • A photocopy of the students’ driver’s license
  • A photocopy of the students’ current health insurance card or an insurance waiver form
  • A photocopy of the student’s current CPR card.  It must document satisfactory completion of an American Red Cross or American Heart Association course for healthcare Providers
  • A criminal background check (www.certifiedbackground.com)
  • Drug screen (10 panel)
  • Liability Insurance

The student must comply with additional lab diagnostics if required by affiliate agencies.  All documents must be on file three weeks prior to clinical rotations and kept current throughout the nursing program.

In order to be current, TB screening and CPR cards need to be updated prior to expiration.

Prior to the first day of each clinical rotation, students must present a completed Certificate of compliance to their clinical instructor indicating that all documents are on file and current.  Failure to comply with the above required documentation will result in a clinical absence until compliance has been met.

Upon completion of this program, you will be able to graduate with an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) and be eligible to sit for the RN licensure examination.  You can read more about this program in the attached brochure.

If you are interested in the RN program, please fax or email your unofficial transcripts so we can determine what classes you may or may not need. MJS College offers three cohorts every year. We are offering all of the prerequisite classes at MJS College. If you are interested in taking the prerequisites with us, please see our Prerequisites page.