Once admitted to the nursing major's basic/pre-licensure option, students must complete their nursing courses in the following sequence. Each term is a foundation for the subsequent term.
Implementation of this curriculum began in the fall 2021 semester. For major requirements from prior years, visit the Undergraduate Catalog. This is a full-time program, and courses typically take place during weekday hours.
|NURS 347 Health Assessment Across the Life Span||3|
|NURS 356 Adult Health Nursing I: Foundations||3|
|NURS 356C Adult Health Nursing I: Foundations Clinical||2|
|NURS 361 Pharmacology||2|
|NURS 365 Pathophysiology||3|
|NURS 333 Writing for Evidence-Based Practice: Issues in Professional Nursing*||3|
|NURS 358 Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing||3|
|NURS 358C Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Clinical||2|
|NURS 360 Adult Health Nursing II||3|
|NURS 360C Adult Health Nursing II Clinical||2|
|NURS 416 Diversity and Social Justice in Healthcare*||3|
*Courses taken in the J2 term also apply to requirements in the university's Core Curriculum. NURS 333 satisfies the Advanced Writing Seminar (Core 9) requirement. NURS 416 satisfies the Diversity & Difference (Core 13) requirement.
|NURS 435 Nursing Research for Evidence-Based Practice*||3|
|NURS 473 Women-Maternal Health and Newborn Nursing||2|
|NURS 473C Women-Maternal Health and Newborn Nursing Clinical||2|
|NURS 475 Child Health||2|
|NURS 475C Child Health Clinical||2|
|NURS 480 Adult Health Nursing III||3|
|NURS 480C Adult Health Nursing III CLinical||2|
*NURS 435 requires a prerequisite of basic statistics or biostatistics.
|NURS 476 Public Health Nursing||3|
|NURS 476C Public Health Nursing Clinical||2|
|NURS 481 Transition to Practice:Leadership Quality and Safety in Collaborative Healthcare Environments||2|
|NURS 483 Senior Practicum Immersion||4|
|NURS 488 Preparation for Licensure Exam||2|