May 26, 2022  
2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programs


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The University reserves the right to change a curriculum to meet professional standards. Substitutions are accepted on an individual basis with the approval of the Dean, Registrar, and Chief Academic Officer. Students who receive transfer credit for BSM 131 or BSB 141-142, must have taken an equivalent course that includes a laboratory. Students must take required nursing courses in the specified sequence.

 

 

B.S.N. Degree in Nursing-Generic Program


The following is only one source of information regarding a student’s program of study in seeking a B.S.N. degree. Note: Some courses required in the major will also fulfill requirements for the University General Education Curriculum. Students should always confer with a faculty advisor for information on course scheduling, rotation, and selection and for planning an effective and efficient program of study.

General Education Curriculum:


(See General Education Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees .)

(Minimum grade of C or above required)

Total Hours Required for a B.S.N. degree: 128 Semester Hours


Note(s):


For each nursing course with an accompanying clinical course (NU 329/330, NU 350/351, NU 352/356, NU 428/429, NU 454/455) a grade of C or above is required in the theory course with a pass in the associated clinical course in order to progress. If this does not occur, both the theory and the clinical course must be retaken together.

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