Nov 22, 2019  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

Nursing: RN to B.S.N.


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General Education


(see General Education Requirements  for list of approved courses)

Rhetoric and Composition: (6 hours)


  • Two approved courses in rhetoric and composition

Mathematics: (3 hours)


Statistics: (3 hours)


  • One approved statistics course*

Humanities and Fine Arts: (6 hours)


  • Two approved humanities and fine arts courses, one from fine arts and one from either

Cultures and Civilizations: (9 hours total)


  • Option A: Western Humanities I and II and one Non-Western Cultures and Civilizations course
    or
  • Option B: World Civilizations I, II, III

Behavioral and Social Sciences: (6 hours)


Additional Information and Notes


  1. NURS 2260, 2110 and/or 2120 do not have to be completed prior to beginning 3000-4000 level nursing courses.
  2. Proof of current registered nurse licensure serves as validation of content in Foundations of Nursing Practice (NURS 2150 ), Adult Nursing (NURS 3250 , NURS 4450 ), Maternal/Child Nursing (NURS 3350 , NURS 3360 ), Psychiatric Nursing (NURS 3260 ). The hours of academic credit for these courses will be entered on the student’s academic record the semester of graduation with each course receiving a grade of “S.” Students must have earned a minimum grade of C on each previously taken Nursing course to receive credit. Transferred Nursing courses with grades below C must be repeated.
  3. NURS 2160 and NURS 4560 are not required of RNs.

2.5 GPA in all required major and related courses (including specified General Education courses).

Minimum grade of C or S in all nursing and required courses (exclusive of electives).

Minimum of 39 hours at the 3000 and 4000 level.

Electives to complete 120 hours.

See Degree and Graduation Requirements  for additional requirements.

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