Nursing - Non-Accelerated Program (Second Degree), B.S.N.
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN): a Second-Degree Non-Accelerated BSN option provides a new pathway for baccalaureate prepared individuals in another field to obtain a BSN degree. The Second Degree BSN, Non- Accelerated option is intended to be completed in 27-months, over the course of five semesters. The intent of this offering is to provide for full-time study at a normal pace to facilitate balancing academic and life responsibilities. By maintaining a full-time plan of study, students are able to optimize federal and other sources of financial aid for which students may qualify.
Course requirements for completion of this major are listed below. Courses in the Non-Accelerated B.S.N. track are taken as a part of a cohort, following the prescribed sequence of courses specified below.
|NURS 310||Contemporary Professional Practice for Baccalaureate Nurse||3|
|NURS 304||Health Assessment||4|
|NURS 303||Nursing Informatics and Technology for Quality Patient Care||3|
|NURS 325||Culture and Diversity in Nursing Practice||3|
|NURS 302||Pharmacology in Nursing Practice||3|
|NURS 305||Fundamentals of Nursing||6|
|NURS 404||Concepts in Gerontological Nursing Practice||2|
|NURS 460||Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice||3|
|NURS 425||Quality and Safety||3|
|NURS 401||Nursing Care of Childbearing Women and Newborns||3|
|NURS 403||Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents||3|
|NURS 410||Nursing Care of Patients with Behavior Health Issues||3|
|NURS 400||Adult Health and Illness I||6|
|NURS 470||Nursing Care of Populations in the Community||3|
|NURS 408||Adult Health II: Complex Care||7|
|NURS 416||Senior Capstone for Entry-Level Nursing Practice||2|
|NURS 440||Leadership and Management in Nursing Practice||4|