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2020-2021 Catalog Errata

Below listed are changes, corrections, omissions, and removals to be made to the 2020-2021 Alcorn State Undergraduate Studies Catalog since its original publication in 2020. These changes only appear here and do not appear in the full PDF version of the catalog.


School: School of Nursing

Date Submitted: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Submitted By: Dr. Linda Godley, Director of Accreditation, Assessment, Compliance, & Evaluation Management

View/Read the Errata Statement: School of Nursing Undergraduate Nursing Programs Accreditation Notice


School: Pre-Professional Programs

Date Submitted: Thursday, December 17, 2020
Submitted By: Dr. Carolyn Davis Director, Career Services and Pre-Professional Programs

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PR102: Pre-Professional & Pre-Graduate Programming (Graduate School Prep): This course focuses on preparing students for the Graduate School. Students interested in attending graduate school and taking any prerequisite exams are encouraged to enroll and complete this course. This course will assist students with identifying and enrolling in graduate school, writing, reasoning, math, critical thinking, solving real world problems, connecting to volunteer (service learning) opportunities, and test taking methods. Also integrated in this course are opportunities for ambassadorships, internships, mentorships, and a Master Class led by professionals currently working or practicing in specific career fields.

PR 301: Pre-Professional & Pre-Graduate Programming (Law School Prep): This course focuses on preparing students for Law School. Students interested in attending graduate school and taking any prerequisite exams are encouraged to enroll and complete this course. This course will assist students with identifying and enrolling in law school, writing, reasoning, math, critical thinking, solving real world problems, connecting to volunteer (service learning) opportunities, and test taking methods. Also integrated in this course are opportunities for ambassadorships, internships, mentorships, and a Master Class led by professionals currently working or practicing in specific career fields.

PR 401: Pre-Professional & Pre-Graduate Programming (Health Professions & School Prep): This course focuses on preparing students for Health Professions & Schools. Students interested in attending graduate school and taking any prerequisite exams are encouraged to enroll and complete this course. This course will assist students with writing, reasoning, math, critical thinking, solving real world problems, identifying and enrolling in professional school, connecting to volunteer (service learning) opportunities, and test taking methods. Also integrated in this course are opportunities for ambassadorships, internships, mentorships, and a Master Class led by professionals currently working or practicing in specific career fields.



School: The School of Arts and Sciences – Department of Biological Sciences

Date Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2020
Submitted By: Dr. Voletta Williams

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