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Recommended Sequence of Courses

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 for day sessions, and may end as late as midnight for evening sessions.

Course Credits
FIRST SEMESTER
BIO 117 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4
BIO 246 Nutrition and Human Development 3
LLE 101 English Composition I 3
NUR 100 Mathematics for Nurses 1
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
TOTAL CREDITS 14
SECOND SEMESTER
BIO 118 Anatomy and Physiology II 4
NUR 110 Fundamentals of Nursing 7
NUR 130 Pharmacology in Nursing 3
TOTAL CREDITS 14
THIRD SEMESTER
BIO 229 Applied Microbiology 4
NUR 200 Medical-Surgical Nursing I (formerly NUR 120) 8
TOTAL CREDITS 12
FOURTH SEMESTER
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) 4
TOTAL CREDITS 12
FIFTH SEMESTER
HS 201 Community Service 1
NUR 301 Medical-Surgical Nursing III (formerly NUR 241) 5
NUR 310 Maternal Child Nursing (formerly NUR 210) 5
NUR 320 Trends in Nursing (formerly NUR 260) 2
TOTAL CREDITS 13
Total Liberal Arts and Sciences Credits24
Total Nursing Credits40
Total Community Service Credits1
TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS 65


Students who place out of English Composition will be required to take a 3-credit liberal arts course designated by the Program Director.

Students may request that up to 18 credits of liberal arts coursework where the grade of "C" or better was received be evaluated for transfer by the Program Director. To be eligible, courses must match in content, and have carried the same number of credits as, a given Touro course. Course descriptions should be submitted to the Program Director along with transfer requests. No nursing courses can be transferred.