Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Degree Date: August 15, 2014
GPA: 3.073

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is designed to prepare practitioners for professional nursing, help them understand their role in society and prepare them for graduate study. The program emphasizes professional knowledge, skills and compassionate nursing practices. Students begin with courses that demonstrate the core foundations of the nursing profession and its historical roots. The capstone preceptorship exposes students to research and professional-practice concepts that will ensure their abilities to be nurse leaders and healthcare advocates. Throughout the program, students study life-span and cultural diversity issues while applying evidence-based practice to their profession.

Coursework Completed:
Program Prerequisites

  • BSCI 20020: Biological Structure and Function
  • BSCI 30030: Human Physiology
  • BSCI 20021: Basic Microbiology
  • CHEM 10050: Fundamentals of Chemistry
  • CHEM 10053: Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • MATH 11009: Modeling Algebra

Program Requirements

  • NURS 10050: Introduction to Professional Nursing
  • NURS 20010: Interpersonal and Communication Skills for Health Care Professionals
  • NURS 20020: Foundations of Assessment and Communication in Nursing
  • NURS 20030: Foundations of Nursing Interventions
  • NURS 20950: Human Growth and Development for Health Professionals
  • NURS 30010: Parents and Newborn Nursing
  • PH 30002: Introductory Biostatistics
  • NURS 30020: Health Care of Children
  • NURS 30030: Nursing of Adults
  • NURS 30040: Nursing of Adults with Rehabilitation Needs and/or Gerontologist Changes
  • NURS 30050: Basic Nursing Interventions
  • NURS 30060: Basic Pharmacology for Nursing Practice
  • NURS 40005: Professional Nursing Development (Writing Intensive)
  • NURS 40010: Nursing of the Critically Ill
  • NURS 40020: Community Health Nursingal Learning Course)
  • NURS 40872: Introduction to Nursing Research
  • NURS 41095: NCLEX Review Course