MU ALERT ISSUED

Accelerated Second-Degree BSN

Entering students must have completed the following courses or their equivalents:

  • Anatomy & Physiology with Lab I (4 credits)
  • Anatomy & Physiology with Lab II (4 credits)
  • Microbiology with Lab (4 credits)
  • Chemistry (3-4 credits)
  • Developmental Psychology (3 credits)
  • Nutrition (3 credits)
  • Sociology (3 credits)
  • Statistics (3 credits)
Required natural science courses must have been completed within the past 10 years as of your program's start term. All courses must be completed with the equivalent of a C grade or better.

Major Requirements for students matriculating beginning in Fall 2018

  • NU 230 Introduction to Professional Nursing & Scholarship
  • NU 231 Principles & Applications of Nursing Technologies 
  • NU 234 Health Across the Life Span
  • NU 302 Health Assessment
  • NU 306 Basic Concepts in Pathophysiology & Pharmacology
  • NU 307 Nursing Care of Adults with Acute/Chronic Health Problems
  • NU 308 Nursing Care of Adults with Acute/Complex Health Problems
  • NU 333 Health Promotion & Illness Management in the Childbearing Family
  • NU 334 Mental Health Promotion & Illness Management
  • NU 335 Illness Management in Children & Adolescents
  • NU 400 Health Promotion & Risk Reduction in Communities
  • NU 403 Research & Evidence-Based Practice
  • NU 406 Nursing Care of Adults with Multisystem/Complex Health Problems
  • NU 407 Applied Clinical Reasoning
  • NU 430  Leadership in Nursing Practice
  • NU 489 Nursing Internship: Transition to Practice
  • Ethics Elective 
  • Comprehensive Exam 

Major Requirements for students matriculating before Fall 2018

  • NU 230 Theoretical Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice
  • NU 231 Principles & Applications of Nursing Technologies
  • NU 234 Health Across the Life Span
  • NU 302 Health Assessment
  • NU 331-332 Illness Management in Adults I and II
  • NU 333 Health Promotion & Illness Management in the Childbearing Family
  • NU 334 Mental Health Promotion & Illness Management
  • NU 335 Illness Management in Children & Adolescents
  • NU 361 Pharmacology
  • NU 362 Pathophysiology
  • NU 400 Health Promotion & Risk Reduction in Communities
  • NU 403 Research & Evidence-Based Practice
  • NU 412 Introduction to Leadership, Management, & Advocacy
  • NU 425 Nursing Capstone
  • NU 490 Nursing Internship
  • Ethics elective
  • Comprehensive Exam

Nursing Department

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