Bachelor of Science in Nursing

BI 0107
0107L
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
and Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab I
4
BI 0108
0108L
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
and Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab II
4
BI 0151
0151L
Elements of Microbiology
and Elements of Microbiology Lab
4
CH 0084
0084L
General Chemistry for Health Science
and General Chemistry for Health Science Lab
4
MA 0016Concepts of Calculus3
or MA 0119 Applied Calculus I
MA 0017Introduction to Probability and Statistics3
NS 0110Introduction to Professional Nursing3
NS 0112Healthcare Delivery Systems3
NS 0270
0270L
Health Assessment
and Health Assessment Lab
4
NS 0272
0272C
Geriatric Nursing
and Geriatric Nursing Clinical
4
NS 0301
0301C
Health and Wellness
and Health and Wellness Clinical
3
NS 0303Basic Pathophysiology and Pharmacology3
NS 0305
0305C
Mental Health Nursing
and Mental Health Nursing Clinical
4
NS 0307
0307L
Fundamentals of Nursing Care
and Fundamentals of Nursing Care Lab
4
NS 0310Foundations of Research for Evidence Based Practice3
NS 0312
0312C
Medical Surgical Nursing I
and Medical Surgical Nursing I Clinical
5
NS 0314
0314C
Maternal and Newborn Nursing
and Maternal and Newborn Nursing Clinical
4
NS 0323
0323C
Pediatric Nursing
and Pediatric Nursing Clinical
4
NS 0325
0325C
Medical Surgical Nursing II
and Medical Surgical Nursing II Clinical
5
NS 0321Professional Nursing Leadership3
NS 0330Community, Public, and Global Health Nursing4
NS 0332
0332C
Transition to Professional Nursing
and Transition to Professional Nursing Clinical
4
PY 0111Developmental Psychology for Non-Majors3
Total Credits85

US Diversity Requirement: NS 0112

World Diversity Requirement: NS 0330

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
FallCredits
BI 0107
0107L
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
and Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab I
4
CH 0084
General Chemistry for Health Science (with lab)
or Introduction to Philosophy
or Exploring Religion (Shell)
3-4
EN 0011 Texts and Contexts I: Writing as Craft and Inquiry 3
MA 0016
Concepts of Calculus
or Applied Calculus I
3
Language or Visual and Performing Arts Core 1 3
 Credits17
Spring
BI 0108
0108L
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
and Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab II
4
EN 0012 Texts and Contexts II: Writing About Literature 3
NS 0110
Introduction to Professional Nursing
or Healthcare Delivery Systems
3
PH 0101
Introduction to Philosophy
or Exploring Religion (Shell)
or General Chemistry for Health Science
3-4
Language or Visual and Performing Arts Core 1 3
 Credits16
Second Year
Fall
MA 0017
Introduction to Probability and Statistics
or Origins of the Modern World Since 1500
3
NS 0112
Healthcare Delivery Systems
or Introduction to Professional Nursing
3
NS 0303 Basic Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 3
PY 0111
Developmental Psychology for Non-Majors
or Elements of Microbiology
3
RS 0101
Exploring Religion (Shell)
or Introduction to Philosophy
3
 Credits15
Spring
BI 0151
Elements of Microbiology
or Developmental Psychology for Non-Majors
4
HI 0010
Origins of the Modern World Since 1500
or Introduction to Probability and Statistics
3
NS 0270 Health Assessment 4
NS 0272
Geriatric Nursing
or Mental Health Nursing
4
Philosophy or Religious Studies Core 3
 Credits18
Third Year
Fall
NS 0301 Health and Wellness 3
NS 0305
Mental Health Nursing
or Geriatric Nursing
4
NS 0307 Fundamentals of Nursing Care 4
History or English Core 2 3
Philosphy or Religious Studies Core 3
 Credits17
Spring
NS 0310 Foundations of Research for Evidence Based Practice 3
NS 0312 Medical Surgical Nursing I 5
NS 0314
Maternal and Newborn Nursing
or Pediatric Nursing
4
Applied Ethics Core 3
 Credits15
Fourth Year
Fall
NS 0323
Pediatric Nursing
or Maternal and Newborn Nursing
4
NS 0325 Medical Surgical Nursing II 5
English or History Core 2 3
Social Sciences Core 3 3
 Credits15
Spring
NS 0321 Professional Nursing Leadership 3
NS 0330 Community, Public, and Global Health Nursing 4
NS 0332 Transition to Professional Nursing 4
Free Electives 6
 Credits17
 Total Credits130
1

Students may choose two courses from either: Intermediate Level Modern Language or Visual and Performing Arts. Note: One VPA must have a history designation. VPA courses include: Art History; Film, Television, and Media Arts; Music; Studio Art; and Theatre.

2

Writing courses (ENW) do not fulfill the core literature requirement. Selected courses offering literature in translation may also fulfill this requirement; see listings under Classical Studies as well as Modern Languages and Literatures.

3

Social Sciences include: Anthropology, Economics, Politics, Sociology, Psychology, CO 0100, and CO 0130.