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Nursing

NURS-BS


Dr. Susan Baker, Dean
727-341-3640

Admissions Information

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APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20141/0490 (BEGINNING 7/26/2014) OR LATER
~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~


STATE-MANDATED PREREQUISITES - Grade of "C" or better required:
BSC 2085 & 2085L - HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I AND LAB*
BSC 2086 & 2086L - HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II AND LAB**
MCB 2010 & 2010L - MICROBIOLOGY & LAB***
STA 2023 - Elementary Statistics****

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
(42 credits)
ENC 1101 COMPOSITION I 3
Communications Approved Course 3
SPC 1017 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3
     or (SPC 1065, 1608 or Honors)
HUM 2210 - WESTERN HUMANITIES I (Ancient through Renaissance) or (Honors) 3
     or HUM 2233 - WESTERN HUMANITIES II (Baroque to the present) or (Honors))
Humanities/Fine Arts Approved Course 3
Mathematics - One college-level course with a MAC, MAP, MAS or MGF prefix 3
PSY 1012 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY or (Honors) 3
     or (Social & Behavioral Science approved course)
POS 2041 - AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT or (Honors) 3
PHI 1600 STUDIES IN APPLIED ETHICS 3
     or PHI 1602H HONORS STUDIES IN APPLIED ETHICS
Computer/Information Literacy Competency Requirement
Enhanced World View Requirement

LOWER DIVISION NURSING (by transfer)

39

MAJOR COURSES (40 credits)
NUR 3066 HEALTH ASSESSMENT AND PHYSICAL APPRAISAL 3
NUR 3125 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 3
NUR 3655 NURSING IN A MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY 3
NUR 3805 PROFESSIONAL ROLES AND DIMENSIONS OF NURSING PRACTICE 3
NUR 3826 LEGAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF NURSING 3
NUR 3874 INFORMATICS AND CLINICAL REASONING 3
NUR 4169 EVIDENCE-BASED RESEARCH UTILIZATION 3
NUR 4606 NURSING OF THE FAMILY 3
NUR 4636 COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING THEORY 3
NUR 4636L COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM 4
NUR 4835 LEADERSHIP THEORY 3
NUR 4835L LEADERSHIP PRACTICUM 4
NUR/NSP 3XXX - Nursing Elective – upper division course 2

TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

121
NOTES:

RN to BSN students must complete 40 semester hours of upper-division nursing coursework. Ten (10) semester hours may be met by transfer from another institution. RN to BSN students must complete each NUR/NSP upper division course with a grade of “C” or better in order to receive credit and progress in the program.

* Acceptable substitutes: BSCXO93C or BSC XO93/XO93L
** Acceptable substitutes: BSCX094C or BSC XO94/XO94L
*** Acceptable substitutes: MCBX013C, MCBX013/L, MCB X000/X000L, OR MCB X004/X004L
**** Acceptable substitutes: STAX014, STAX122, or STAX022

C&I 1/20/12 ~ BOT 2/21/12; C&I 11/30/13 - BOT 1/21/14