Course of Study for B.S. Major in Nursing

Course of Study for B.S. Major in Nursing
Program Coordinator:  Dr. Chris White

For a complete listing of requirements for graduation, see Academics:  Graduation Requirements.

I.  General Education Requirements 48 hours
    (Listed in this catalog under Academics:  "General Education Display.")
    Limit II. C. Quantitative Reasoning to MAT 101 College Algebra
    Limit III. B. 1. Biology to BIO 211 Human Anatomy and Physiology I.
    Limit III. B. 2. Chemistry or Physical Science to CHE 111 Biochemistry
    for the Health Sciences

II.  Professional Support Courses
BIO 212  Human Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab  4 hours   
BIO 215  Microbiology    
MAT 235  Introductory Statistics    
NSG 100  Introduction to Health Care   
NSG 201   Fundamentals of Nursing   
NSG 203  Basic Nursing Care   
NSG 215  Health Assessment   
NSG 215L  Health Assessment Lab   
BIO 318  Pathophysiology   
    23 hours   
III.  Professional Nursing Courses
       Must be accepted into the Nursing Program* to take the following:
NSG 325  Pharmacology  3 hours 
NSG 331   Women's Health 
NSG 331L  Women/Newborn Practicum 
NSG 332  Pediatric Nursing  
NSG 332L  Pediatric Practicum 
NSG 334  Mental Health Nursing  
NSG 334L  Mental Health Practicum 
NSG 340  Adult Nursing I  
NSG 340L  Adult Practicum I  
NSG 341  Adult Nursing II 
NSG 341L  Adult Practicum II 
NSG 425  Geriatric Nursing 
NSG 432  Faith-Based Community Nursing 
NSG 432L  Community Practicum 
NSG 442  Advanced Adult Nursing 
NSG 442L  Senior Practicum 
NSG 455   Professional Issues 
NSG 465  Intro. to Evidence-Based Practice Nursing 
NSG 470  Leadership Management Nursing 
NSG 470L  Preceptorship 
NSG 485  Nursing Capstone 
    47 hours 

*To be accepted into the Nursing Program a student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.8, a Science GPA of 2.5, a TEAS score of proficient or higher, and less than 12 hours of general education classes remaining plus Bible.