Nursing students must maintain a semester grade point average of 2.0 ("C") to progress in the BSN program. A minimum grade of "C" is required in all major courses. Major courses are defined as all required nursing courses plus Anatomy and Physiology I & II and Medical Microbiology. Traditional BSN students must complete the nursing sequence within four academic years. Students who receive a "D", "F", "WF", or "U" in any nursing course may repeat that course one time only on a space available basis. Students who receive any two of the following: "D", "F", "WF", or "U" in any two nursing courses may not continue in the program. Considering the rapidly changing art, science, and technology in the nursing profession, students applying for transfer credit of nursing courses (except students who are registered nurses) must have completed these courses within the last five years.