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RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE OF COURSES FOR THE RN-BS PROGRAM

NUR 410, NUR 420, NUR 430, and NUR 450, have a didactic component only.NUR 400, 401, and 440 have a didactic and clinical preceptor component. Clinical sessions may be held on Sundays and on weekday evenings, 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
Fall I
BIO 355 Pathophysiology 3
NUR 400 Health Assessment and Promotion 4
NUR 410 Populations at Risk 2
NUR 420 Professional Nursing Practice 3
NUR 430 Client Education Across the Lifespan 3
TOTAL CREDITS 15
Spring I
BIO 311 Human Genetics 3
LLE 102 English Composition II 3
NUR 401 Advanced Leadership 3
NUR 440 Community Health 3
NUR 450 Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice 3
TOTAL CREDITS 15
Fall II
GSO 121 General Survey of Sociology and Anthropology 4
HIS: History Course 3
HS 201 Community Service 1
LLE: Literature Course 3
MAT 111 College Mathematics 3
TOTAL CREDITS 14
Spring II
HIS: History Course 3
LLE: Literature Course 3
MAT 261 Statistics for Social Science Majors 3
MCO 140 Computer Concepts with Microcomputer Applications 3
Elective Liberal Arts course 3
TOTAL CREDITS 15
Credits Earned in AAS or Diploma Program65*
Total Nursing Credits21
Total Liberal Arts credits37
Total Community Service Credits1
TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS 124


*If less than 65 credits are transferred into the program, an additional 6-9 Liberal Art Credits credits are needed to graduate