BS—Curriculum

This program of study lists the courses that you will be required to complete to meet graduation requirements.

Year One Fall Semester Credits
NURS 326 Conceptual Bases/Professional Nursing
3
ENGL 325 Professional Writing
3
NURS 414 Healthy Aging
3
PATH 360 Pathology
3
  Free Elective 3
  TOTAL 15 cr
Year One Spring Semester Credits
NURS 481 Research in Nursing
3
NURS 387 Health Care Policy & Politics
3
NURS 310 Comprehensive Health Assessment
3
NURS 415 Management in Nursing
3
Statistics Elective (BIOL 310)
3
TOTAL 15 cr
Year Two Fall Semester Credits
NURS 444 Community Health Nursing
4
NURS 456 Information, Quality & Safety 3
BIOL 420 Epidemiology
3
  Free Elective 3
  Free Elective 3
TOTAL 16 cr
Year Two Spring Semester Credits
NURS 565 Nurse as Educator
3
NURS 584 Trends in Practice
3
Health Care Ethics Elective ^ (CBHX 320)
3
Free Elective
3
  Free Elective
3
TOTAL 15 cr
TOTAL CREDITS 61 (BS)
Total Credits = 61 | Nursing = 31 credits  |  Arts & Science = 30 credits

Lower Division Transfer Credits (Maximum of 12)

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES COURSE PRE/CO-REQUISITES
NURS 444 — NURS 326
NURS 444 — BIOL 420
NURS 456 — NURS 481
NURS 481 — ENGL 325; Statistics
NURS 565 — NURS 481 NURS 584 — NURS 481
NURS 584 — NURS 326  

^ Must be upper division course

Other Course Selections

Application Deadlines
BS Program:
Fall Semester: June 1
Spring Semester: November 1
Roberta A. Rolland, PhD,
RN, FNP

Director of Bachelor's Program
Sean Campanie

"The FNP program has helped me to grow professionally, while allowing me the flexibility to meet the needs of my family. The faculty are knowledgeable, offering guidance and support when I need it most.."

—Sean Campanie, FNP
Family Nurse Practitioner