Curriculum & Courses

Curriculum & Courses

All BN students must complete the following 31 required courses as part of their program requirements:

  • BIOL 1220 - Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIOL 1221 - Anatomy and Physiology II
  • HLTH 2250 - Introduction to Information and Research Literacies
  • HPED 2507 - Nutrition and Health
  • INTS 1240  - Fundamentals of Professional Communication
  • MATH 2333  - Statistics for Life Sciences
  • NURS 1111 - Theoretical Foundations of Nursing I
  • NURS 1112 - Health Promotion with Individuals I
  • NURS 1213 - Health Promotion with Individuals II
  • NURS 1214 - Professional Practice I
  • NURS 2111 - Theoretical Foundations of Nursing II
  • NURS 2112 - Alterations in Health: Nursing Knowledge and Therapeutics I
  • NURS 2113 - Alterations in Health: Nursing Knowledge and Therapeutics II
  • NURS 2114 - Professional Practice II
  • NURS 2215 - Health Promotion with Populations, Communities, Families
  • NURS 2216 - Professional Practice III
  • NURS 3102 - Adult Health
  • NURS 3104 - Professional Practice in Adult Health
  • NURS 3112 - Family Newborn Health
  • NURS 3114 - Professional Practice in Family Newborn Health
  • NURS 3122 - Child Health
  • NURS 3124 - Professional Practice in Child Health
  • NURS 3132 - Mental Health
  • NURS 3134 - Professional Practice in Mental Health
  • NURS 3142 - Seniors' Health
  • NURS 3144 - Professional Practice in Seniors' Health
  • NURS 4111 - Trends and Issues in Nursing Leadership
  • NURS 4112 - Integrated Professional Practice
  • NURS 5114 - Transition to Independent Practice
  • PSYC 2235 - Life Span Development

Senior nursing option course. Choose one:

  • NURS 4420 - Team Approaches to Chronic Disease Management
  • NURS 4422 - Family Nursing: A Contextual Approach
  • NURS 4425 - A Palliative Approach for Individuals and Families
  • NURS 4426 - Diversity in Health
  • NURS 4427 - Influencing Health, Equity and Social Justice
  • NURS 4465 - Supportive Environments for Mental Health
  • HLTH 4462 - Integrative Healing Practices in Nursing

 

All BN students will also be required to complete one course for each of the four foundation level General Education clusters.

Note: Courses may not necessarily be offered in the sequence shown. Students are responsible to ensure that all prerequisite and corequisite requirements are met prior to registering in a course. Courses may be offered in Spring semesters to accommodate clinical placement availability.