Nursing Major (B.S.N.)

Program Requirements

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I. General Education
A. New Student Seminar
NURS 199Introduction to Nursing1
C. Communication
1. Writing
WRIT 105College Writing I3
2. Literature
WRIT 106College Writing II3
3. Communication
CMST 101Fundamentals of Speech: Communication Requirement3
F. Humanities
2. Philosophical and Religious Perspectives 3
H. Mathematics
Fulfilled by MATH 109 in the major.0
I. Natural Science Laboratory
Fulfilled by BIOL 244 in the major.0
K. Social Science
2. Global Cultural Perspectives3
3. Social Science Perspectives 3
L. Interdisciplinary Studies
Fulfilled by NURS 220 in the major.0
II. World Languages and Cultures
A. World Languages3-6
B. World Cultures
Fulfilled by NURS 435 in the major.0
III. Major Requirements
A. Required Collateral Courses
BIOL 244Anatomy and Physiology I4
BIOL 245Anatomy and Physiology II4
BIOL 255Survey of Microbiology4
CHEM 114Fundamentals of Chemistry for Nursing3
MATH 109Statistics3
NUFD 182Nutrition: A Socioecological Perspective3
B. Major Requirements
NURS 200Pathophysiology3
NURS 210Professional Nursing4
NURS 220Human Growth Development Across the Lifespan3
NURS 230Pharmacology3
NURS 240Health Assessment for Diverse Populations: Didactic and Practicum4
NURS 406Genetics and Genomics for Clinical Nursing3
NURS 315Family Centered Care of Adults Elderly: Didactic Practicum6
NURS 325Care of Childbearing Family: Didactic and Practicum6
NURS 335Family Centered Care of Infants, Children and Adolescents: Didactic and Practicum6
NURS 340Information Technology and Nursing Practice3
NURS 350Evidence Based Practice in Nursing3
NURS 405Family Centered Behavioral Health: Didactic Practicum6
NURS 415Nursing Leadership: Theory and Practicum6
NURS 420Transprofessional Communication Collaboration3
NURS 435Population and Global Health: Didactic and Practicum6
NURS 450Nursing Scholarship3
NURS 465Integration6
IV. Free Electives
Complete additional coursework to reach 120 credits.3-0
Total Credits120