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Recommended Sequence of Courses for the AAS Degree

All nursing courses (NUR course codes), with the exception of NUR 320: Trends in Nursing, have both a didactic and clinical component. Clinical sessions may be held on Sundays and on weekday evening, depending on the need during the respective semester. Clinical sessions may begin as early as 7:00 am in the morning for day sessions, and may end as late as midnight for evening sessions.

Course Credits
Summer I
BIO 120 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing I 4
BIO 248 Nutrition for Nursing Majors 3
LLE 101 English Composition I 3
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
Total Semester Credits 13
Fall I
BIO 122 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing II 4
NUR 110 Fundamentals of Nursing 7
NUR 320 Trends in Nursing (formerly NUR 260) 2
Total Semester Credits 13
Spring I
HS 201 Community Service 1
NUR 130 Pharmacology in Nursing 3
NUR 200 Medical-Surgical Nursing I (formerly NUR 120) 8
Total Semester Credits 12
Fall II
Communication Course (COC 101/MCO 140 course) 3
NUR 300 Medical-Surgical Nursing II (formerly NUR 240) 5
NUR 330 Mental Health Nursing (formerly NUR 230) 5
Total Semester Credits 13
Spring II
BIO 229 Applied Microbiology 4
NUR 301 Medical-Surgical Nursing III (formerly NUR 241) 5
NUR 310 Maternal Child Nursing (formerly NUR 210) 5
Total Semester Credits 14
Total Liberal Arts and Sciences Credits24
Total Nursing Credits40
Total Community Service Credits1

*Students may transfer in liberal arts credits that have been evaluated and approved by the Program Director and have been completed at a regionally-accredited institution. The student must have received a grade of C or better to transfer. No nursing courses can be transferred. .