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Traditional & Transfer BSN

Major Requirements for students matriculating beginning in Fall 2018

  • To fulfill the requirements of the major, all students (traditional or transfer) in this program will take the following coursework in a sequence determined in collaboration with a faculty advisor.
  • All students must fulfill the Liberal Arts Core and University requirements.  Some of the following required courses may satisfy these requirements as outlined in the Undergraduate Catalog.
  • Required courses:
    • BIO 161-162 Anatomy & Physiology I & II
    • BIO 260 Microbiology
    • CHM 125 Life Chemistry
    • HP 345 Clinical Nutrition
    • MA 132 Statistical Analysis
    • PS 110 Human Growth & Development
    • SOC 131 Principles of Sociology 
    • NU 230 Introduction to Professional Nursing & Scholarship
    • NU 231 Fundamentals of  Professional Nursing Practice
    • NU 234 Health Across the Life Span
    • NU 302 Health Assessment
    • NU 306 Basic Concepts in Pathophysiology and 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 and 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
    • Comprehensive Exam 

Major Requirements for students matriculating before Fall 2018

  • To fulfill the requirements of the major, all students (traditional or transfer) in this program will take the following coursework in a sequence determined in collaboration with a faculty advisor.
  • All students must fulfill the Liberal Arts Core and University requirements.  Some of the following required courses may satisfy these requirements as outlined in the Undergraduate Catalog.
  • Required courses
    • BIO 161-162 Anatomy & Physiology I & II
    • BIO 260 Microbiology
    • CHM 125 Life Chemistry
    • HP 345 Clinical Nutrition
    • MA 132 Statistical Analysis
    • NU 226 Introduction to the Profession of Nursing
    • NU 234 Health Across the Life Span
    • NU 236 Nursing Fundamentals
    • NU 246 Clinical Nursing Concepts & Skills
    • NU 302 Health Assessment
    • NU 331-332 Illness Management in Adults I & 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
    • PS 110 Human Growth & Development
    • SOC 131 Principles of Sociology
    • Comprehensive Exam

Nursing Department

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2807 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

Phone: (800) 548-7638
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Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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