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Required Courses - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program

General Education Curricular Commons

FYE 100:  Freshman Year Experience - 1 credit
ENG 101:  College Writing and Research I - 3 credits
ENG 102:  College Writing and Research II - 3 credits
LS 100:  Architecture of Information - 1 credit
Faith and Reasoning Elective General Education Requirement - 3 credits
RELS 310:  Moral and Spiritual Dimensions of Health Care - 3 credits
Global Consciousness Elective General Education Requirement - 3 credits
Communication and Expression Elective General Education Requirement - 3 credits
MATH 122:  Statistics - 3 credits
Elective - 3 credits
Elective - 3 credits 
Critical and Analytical Thinking Elective General Education Requirement - 3 credits

Required Related Courses

BIO 205:  Anatomy and Physiology I - 4 credits
BIO 206:  Anatomy and Physiology II - 4 credits
BIO 202:  Microbiology - 4 credits
BIO 307:  Pathophysiology - 3 credits
PSYC 105:  Life Span Development - 3 credits
MGT 420:  Business Dimensions of Health Care - 3 credits

Nursing Courses

NURS  102:  Nursing Mentoring Seminar I - 1 credit
NURS  201:  Nursing Mentoring Seminar II - 1 credit
NURS  203:  Nursing Mentoring for Transfer Students - 2 credits
NURS  215:  Nursing Theory, Role Development, and Innovation - 3 credits
NURS  225:  Health Literacy, Patient Education, and Informatics - 3 credits
NURS  235:  Global Issues in Health Care and Social  Policy - 3 credits
NURS  245:  Geriatrics and Health Care - 3 credits
NURS  305:  Primary Care: Health Assessment Across the Lifespan - 4 credits
NURS  306:  Primary Care:  Health Assessment Across the Lifespan Practicum - 2 credits
NURS  325:  Fundamentals of Nursing Modalities ­- 3 credits 
NURS  326:  Fundamentals of Nursing Modalities  Practicum - 2 credits
NURS  350:  Pharmacological Therapeutics - 3 credits
NURS  345:  Mental Health Nursing - 3 credits
NURS  346:  Mental Health Nursing Practicum - 2 credits
NURS  355:  Care of Healthy Adults and Elderly Populations - 4 credits
NURS  356:  Care of Healthy Adults and Elderly Populations  Practicum - 2 credits
NURS  380:  Ethical/Legal Issues in Healthcare - 3 credits
NURS  450:  Critique and Evaluation of Nursing Research - 3 credits
NURS  435:  Health Problems of Adult and Elderly Populations - 4 credits
NURS  436:  Health Problems of Adult and Elderly Populations Practicum - 2 credits
NURS  415:  Care of Childbearing Family - 3 credits
NURS  416:  Care of Childbearing Family Practicum - 1 credits
NURS  420:  Care of Childrearing Family - 3 credits
NURS  422:  Care of Childrearing Family Practicum - 1 credits
NURS  460:  Clinical Immersion/Capstone - 5 credits
NURS  485:  Public Health and Disaster  Management - 3 credits 
NURS  486:  Public Health and Disaster Management Practicum - 2 credits
Total Credits: 122

Degree Requirements

  • Successful completion of 122 credits.
  • Maintenance of a cumulative GPA of 2.75 throughout the program.
  • A grade of C+ or higher in all nursing courses.
  • A grade of C+ in all science courses.
  • Degree requirements must be completed within seven years from the start of the program. This time limit includes leaves-of-absence. Students who do not complete the program requirements within this time frame may be required to complete additional coursework.

Please note: Course offerings are subject to change.