Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) - Curriculum

6 Mathematics Credits6 Social Science CreditsTotal General Education Credits40

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDITS
19 Science Credits
BSC1085 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 3
BSC1085L Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1
BSC1086 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 3
BSC1086L Human Anatomy Physiology II Lab 1
MCB2010 Microbiology 3
MCB2010L Microbiology Lab 1
BCH2023 Biochemistry 3
BCH2023L Biochemistry Lab 1
SCI2010 Nutrition 3
9 Humanities Credits
ENC1101 English Composition I 3
ENC1102 English Composition II 3
ENC2201 Report Writing and Research Methods 3
MAC1105 College Algebra 3
MAC2205 Application of Statistical Methods 3
DEP1000 Growth and Development 3
PSY2012 General Psychology 3

 

Total Nursing Core Credits80

Nursing Core Courses
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDITS
NUR3000 Professional Roles in Healthcare 3
NUR3210 Nursing Concepts I 8
NUR3220 Pharmacology 4
NUR3310 Nursing Concepts II 8
NUR3320 Mental Health 3
NUR3500 Nursing Theory 3
NUR3410 Nursing Concepts III 8
NUR3420 Care of the Mother, Newborn and Child 4
NUR3100 Cultural Diversity in Healthcare 3
NUR3200 Health and Physical Assessment 3
NUR3300 Healthcare Informatics and Technology 3
NUR3400 Care of the Aging Population 4
NUR4100 Research and Evidence Based Practice 3
NUR4200 Community and Public Health Nursing 4
NUR4300 Vulnerable and Underserved Populations 4
NUR4360 Nursing Integration I 3
NUR4400 Quality and Safety in Healthcare 3
NUR4500 Nursing Concepts IV 6
NUR4600 Nursing Integration II 3

There are 40 general education semester credits required to complete the program, which are comprised of 19 Science credits, 9 Humanities credits, 6 Mathematics Credits, and 6 Social Science credits. The following criteria must be met to satisfy the general education requirements:

  • 19 Science Credits – 12 credits must include Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab, Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab, and Microbiology with Lab. The remaining 7 credits may include Biochemistry, Biochemistry Lab, Chemistry, Chemistry Lab, Nutrition, Physics, Physics Lab, Comprehensive Pathophysiology, and Comprehensive Pathophysiology Lab.
  • 9 Humanities Credits – 9 credits must include English Composition I, English Composition II, and Report Writing and Research Methods.
  • 6 Mathematics Credits – 3 credits must include statistics. The remaining 3 credits may consist of College Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, or other general Mathematics courses which include a pre-requisite of College Algebra or equivalent.
  • 6 Social Science Credits – 6 credits must include Growth and Development and General Psychology.

General education courses offered by the College may vary.

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