Four Year Plan

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Official course selections should be made with the guidance of an academic advisor and will depend on an individual student's situation.

Specific information regarding majors, minors, course descriptions, policies and procedures can be found in the university catalog.

Fall Spring

YEAR I
ENG1000: Introduction to Academic Writing 4 MTH2320: General Statistics 4
MTH1100: College Algebra 4 IDS1610: Being Human 4
BIO1210: Biology of Cells w/lab (SRQA*)  4 CHM1200: Principles of Chemistry w/ Lab 4
PSY1100: General Psychology 4 BIO2660: Anatomy and Physiology I w/ Lab 4
  16   16

YEAR II
BIO2670: Anatomy and Physiology II w/ Lab 4 BIO3050: Pathophysiology 4
IDS2020: Trajectories of Human History or Distribution Requirement* (CAE, CC) 4 IDS2030: Science and Society or Distribution Requirement* (CAE, CC) 4
BIO2280: Microbiology w/ Lab 4 PSY3250: Lifespan Development 4
Distribution Requirement* 4
  12   16

YEAR III
IDS3040: Global Justice 4 NUR3110: Principles in Nursing II w/ Lab and Clinical 6
NUR3000: Introduction to Professional Nursing 3 NUR3160: Pharmacological Concepts 4
NUR3100: Principles of Nursing I w/ Lab and Clinical 6 NUR3400: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing w/ Clinical 5
NUR3260: Health Assess, Educ, and Promotion w/ Lab 4
  17   15

YEAR IV
NUR4050: Nursing Research 3 NUR4605: NCLEX Preparation 1
NUR4200: Nursing-Global Community Outlook w/ Clinical 4 NUR4500: Nursing Care of the Family w/ Clinical    7
NUR4300: Medical Surgical-Collaborative
Practice in Health and Illness w/ Clinical
7 NUR4600: Leadership and Management 3
NUR4800: Medical Surgical II-Collaborative
Practice in Health and Illness w/ Clinical
6
  14   17
       
Total Semester Hours 123

*Students must complete either IDS2020 OR IDS2030 (not both)

Note: This Four Year Plan is only a suggested guide for planning course selections. Official course selections should be made with the guidance of an academic/Faculty advisor and will depend on an individual student's situation.

Distribution Requirement Notes: Complete at least one course from each of the following categories (categories marked with a ** will be completed with major requirements):

Creative and Artistic Expression (CAE): ENG, HUM

Cultures and Civilizations (CC): PHL, REL

**Individual and Society (IS): PSC, PSY, SOC

**Scientific Reasoning and Quantitative Analysis (SRQA): BIO, CHM, MST, NSM, ES/SUS

**Integration and Application (IA): NUR, SWK, REC, GWC1400

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