Students will be admitted to the Nursing Program in the fall of each year. Completed applications will be due by April 1st, and selection letters will be mailed upon completion of the spring semester.
Selection for the Bachelor of Science Nursing Program is based on the following: Cumulative GPA of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale, Science GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. All science courses must have a "C" or better, and no more than one science course may be repeated. Also required are a TEAS score of proficient or higher and a science score of 52.1% or greater; Complete ENG 101, ENG 102, BIO 211, BIO 212, BIO 215, CHE 121/CHE 121L, MAT 235 and MAT 101; fewer than 12 hours of general education classes remaining; and fewer than 8 hours of Bible remaining.
BSN Curriculum Plan Nursing courses must be taken in the order in which they appear on the following BSN curriculum plan.
Robert E. Spencer, JD, MSN, RN, FNP-BC
Associate Professor of Nursing
Course of Study for B.S.N. Major in Nursing
Program Coordinator: Dr. Chris White
For a complete listing of requirements for graduation, see Academics: Graduation Requirements.
I. Liberal Arts Core Requirements
(Listed in this catalog under Academics: "General Education Display".)
Limit II. C. Quantitative Reasoning to MAT101 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 121 General Chemistry I and CHE 121L General Chemistry I Lab
II. Professional Support Courses
Human Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab
III. Professional Nursing Courses
Must be accepted into the Nursing Program* to take the following:
Essentials of Medication Administration and Dosage Calculation
Fundamentals of Nursing
Basic Nursing Care
Health Assessment Lab
Mental Health Nursing (W)
Mental Health Practicum
Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice (W)
Women and Newborn Practicum
Faith-Based Community Nursing
Adult Nursing I
Adult Practicum I
Adult Nursing II
Adult Practicum II
Professional Issues (W)
Leadership Management Nursing
IV. Additional Bible
* To be accepted into the Nursing Program a student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.8, the science GPA must be 2.5 or greater, a TEAS score of proficient or higher and science score of 52.1% or greater, and less than 12 hours of general education classes remaining plus Bible.
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