Special Advisement: Prior to registering for classes, it is strongly recommended that nursing and allied health program applicants meet with an advisor to review special admissions procedures. Selective admissions programs (see list below) have clinical phases of coursework that must be completed to earn a degree or certificate. The courses in the clinical phases are open only to those students who have completed the selective admission process and are officially admitted to the clinical phase. Students officially admitted will be notified by letter from the Admissions Office. Students who are interested in selective admissions programs are first enrolled in prerequisite courses and are designated as "petitioners" for their program of choice. The majority of students spend at least two or more semesters taking prerequisites, or preparatory courses, to become eligible for admission to the clinical phase of their program. Selective, or limited enrollment, programs are: Nursing Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic Health Information Technology Nuclear Medicine Technology Radiography Respiratory Therapy Please contact Advising Services for more information. Advisors are available on a walk-in basis. For a check list of the entrance requirements to the Allied Health and Nursing Programs,click here.