B.S. in Nursing - RN to BSN Track

College of Health Sciences
Major Requirements
NSG 310Human Response to DiseaseADN program curriculum demonstrates competency.3
NSG 101Introduction to NursingADN program curriculum demonstrates competency.1
NSG 212Fundamentals of Nursing PracticeADN program curriculum demonstrates competency in theory content. NSG 330 for communication content.3
NSG 311Nursing Care of Women, Infants, & ChildrenADN program curriculum demonstrates competency. Replaced with NSG 334/NSG 335 and NSG 430.4
NSG 312Introduction to Medical Surgical Nursing and Care of the ElderADN program curriculum demonstrates competency.5
NSG 313Applied Nursing ResearchRN-to-BSN students take this course as part of their required courses.3
NSG 367Nursing Implications of Drug InteractionADN program curriculum demonstrates competency.3
NSG 411Medical Surgical NursingADN program curriculum demonstrates competency.5
NSG 412Public/Population Health Nursing, Nursing Leadership, & ManagementNSG 332, NSG 334, NSG 432, NSG 434, and NSG 435 cover relevant content for ADN and currently licensed nurses.5
General Education Requirements
First Year ExperienceWaived with prior degree.4
Academic Foundations
English Composition requirement 1Waived with prior degree.6
Effective Writing I
and Critical Writing and Research
Mathematics requirement 1Waived with prior degree.3
Introduction to Statistics I
Introduction to Statistics and Probability
Interdisciplinary requirementWaived with prior degree.3
Diverse Communities requirement3
Distributive Requirements
Science requirementWaived with prior degree.6
Behavioral & Social Science requirementWaived with prior degree.6
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Humanities requirementWaived with prior degree.6
Arts requirementWaived with prior degree.3
Additional Baccalaureate Requirements
Writing Emphasis requirementWaived with prior degree.9
Ethics and Health Policy in Nursing
Speaking Emphasis requirementWaived with prior degree.9
Ethics requirementWaived with prior degree.3
Nursing Core
NSG 313Applied Nursing Research3
NSG 330Professional Nursing Communication Strategies2
NSG 332Ethics and Health Policy in Nursing3
NSG 334Population and Environmental Health Nursing3
NSG 335Population Health and Environmental Health Practicum2
NSG 430Physical and Health Assessments of Diverse Populations Across the Lifespan3
NSG 432Health Information, Technology, and Quality Improvement3
NSG 434Nursing Leadership & Management in Today's Healthcare Environment3
NSG 435Nursing Leadership Practicum2
Total Minimum Credits Required120

In order to provide for flexibility, students enrolled in the RN-BSN program should feel free to take courses in any order as long as NSG 330 is completed during Session 71 (first seven weeks) of their first semester.