Program Requirements

Pre-Nursing Admission Requirement
MAT102 Mathematics for Health Sciences* 1
BIO 275 Human Anat & Phys I 4
BIO 276 Human Anat & Phys II 4
BIO 293 Microbiology With Lab 4
BIO 101 General Biology 4
ENG 101  Rhet & Composition I 3
PSY 111 Dev Psychology: The Life Span* 3
CMN 101  Intro to Speech

3

FYE (First Year Experience)

1

   
Total Gen Eds

27

 

2014 CORE PROGRAM SEQUENCE

FIRST YEAR -

Fall Semester

NUR 108  Fundamentals 4
NUR 118 Physical Assessment 1
NUR 128 Fundamentals II 5
NUR 138 Foundation of Pharmacology and
Disease Process
4
   
Total Hours for Fall Semester 14

 

 Spring Semester

 

NUR 148 Health & Illness Concepts I 5
NUR 158 Family Health Concepts I 4
   
Total Hours for Spring Semester 9

 

Spring Semester LPN Option

NUR 190 LPN Capstone 3

 

SECOND YEAR -

Fall Semester

NUR 208 Advanced Pharmacology 1
NUR 218 Health & Illness Concepts 6
NUR 238 Family Health Concepts II 3
   
Total Hours for Fall Semester 10

 

Spring Semester

NUR 268  Complex Health Concepts ( Med-Surg/Life Threatening-ICU & ER) 5
NUR 278 Community Health & Mental Health 4
NUR 295 RN Capstone/Leadership 2
   
Total Hours for Spring semester 11
   
Total Program Hours 71

 

Pre-Nursing & General Education Requirements:

The following pre-nursing requirements must be completed within five years of the application date (BIO 275, 276, 293 and MAT 102). The remaining pre-nursing requirements (BIO 101, ENG 101, CMN 101, FYE and PSY 111) must  be completed prior to being accepted into the nursing program. Students are encouraged to obtain the highest letter grade possible in all courses,as the grade point average (GPA) will be calculated using the first letter grade obtained in a course. Pre-nursing requirements must be passed with a C or higher to be considered for admittance into the ADN program.

*The following courses may be substituted:

MAT 102 –Students may substitute any college level math for MAT 102. A reminder, the math course must be taken within five years of the application date.  

PSY 111 – Students may substitute a combination of general and developmental psych for this course (ex: PSY 101,  PSY 233).