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Nursing Curriculum

 

Associate in Science in Nursing

Professional Courses (37 credits)

  • NUR 1000 Nursing I (9 cr)
  • NUR 1020 Nursing II (10 cr)
  • NUR 2000 Family Centered Nursing (8 cr)
  • NUR 2020 Nursing III (10 cr)

Beginning in Spring 2019, professional courses above will begin to transition to the following course numbers and titles. The below courses will completely replace the above courses by 2020. 

  • NUR 1015 Nursing I: Fundamental Health Concepts (9 cr)
  • NUR 1025 Health and Illness Concepts of the Adult and Child (9.5 cr)
  • NUR 2005 Health and Illness Concepts of the Adult and Childbearing Families (9.5 cr)
  • NUR 2025 Advanced Health and Illness Concepts (9 cr)

General Education Courses (34 credits)

  • ANA 1010 Anatomy & Physiology I (4 cr)
  • ANA 1120 Anatomy & Physiology II (4 cr)
  • ETH 1010 Healthcare Ethics (3 cr)
  • HUM 1010 Introduction to Humanities (3 cr)
  • INT 2100 Integrative Seminar (4 cr)
  • PSY 1010 Introductory Psychology (3 cr)
  • PSY 2010 Human Growth & Behavior (3 cr)
  • MIC 2201 Microbiology for Healthcare Professionals (4 cr)
  • HUM 2000 Humanities Elective (3 cr)
  • THE 2000 Theology Elective (3 cr)

Once the associate-level component is complete, students may sit for the NCLEX-RN examination to earn their RN credentials.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Professional Courses

  • NUR 3110 Professional Nursing Perspectives
  • NUR 3225 Pathophysiology
  • NUR 3330 Health Assessment
  • NUR 3445 Communications & Informatics in Health Care
  • NUR 3660 Evidence-­Based Nursing Practice
  • NUR 4225 Leadership & Management in Health Care
  • NUR 4230 Foundations of Community/Public Health Nursing
  • NUR 4335 Application of Evidence-­Based Nursing Practice & Practicum

General Education Courses

  • MAT 3410 Essentials of Statistics
  • ETH 3210 Ethical Domains and Dilemmas
          or THE 3010 Religion, Medicine, and Ethics
  • HUM 3010 Critical Analysis
  • SSC 3310 Intercultural Communication  
          or SSC 3020 Psychological, Social, and Physiological Effects of Trauma
  • SCI 4010 Scientific Revolutions 
          or SCI 4020 Biology of Cancer
  • INT 4010 Agents of Social Change: Advanced Integrative Seminar
  • SES 4350 Senior Capstone