Beginning in Spring 2020, there will be a change in the structure in which the master nursing curriculum is delivered. Instead of offering the first nursing course twice a year (January/Spring and August/Fall), we will be starting smaller groups of students five times a year (January & March/Spring I & II; May/Summer; August & October/Fall I & II).

This is exciting news because we will now add summer to the start terms for our nursing program. Beginning with the Fall 2020 start term, determination of cohort placement for the first clinical course (NUR 110) in the nursing master curriculum for students admitted to a Spring or Fall start term will be made upon admission. Each entering cohort will progress together through the nursing master curriculum in the lock-step sequence presented below.

Nursing Master Curriculum Sequence *

First Semester, Beginning Level Description Credits
NUR 100 Nursing Medical Terminology 1
NUR 110 Nursing Fundamentals I 4
NUR 120 Nursing Fundamentals II 4
BIO 101 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4
MAT 101 College Math 3
Total   16
Second Semester, Intermediate Level Description Credits
NUR 140 Behavioral Health Nursing 4
NUR 150 Adult Health I 4
BIO 102 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4
PSY 101 General Psychology 3
Total   15
Third Semester, Intermediate Level Description Credits
NUR 160 Maternal/Neonatal Health 4
BIO 200 Microbiology 4
PSY 102 Human Growth & Development 3
Total   11
Fourth Semester, Intermediate Level Description Credits
NUR 170 Child/Adolescent Health 4
NUR 180 Adult Health II 4
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
ENG 101 English Composition 3
Total   14
Fifth/Sixth Semester, Advanced Level Description Credits
NUR 210 Advanced Nursing I 5
NUR 220 Advanced Nursing II 3
HUM ELE 200-level Humanities Course 3
ELE Elective 3
Total   14
Degree Requirements Credits
Nursing Applied Courses 37
General Studies Courses (denoted in italics above) 33
Total 70

 * Cohort programs of study will vary based on the start term and NUR 110 cohort start date. Individual programs of study will vary further based on the amount of transfer credit received.

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