A student entering with an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) may have already fulfilled most of the general education requirements. Students will receive 30 credit hours for their unencumbered nursing license during their final capstone project as well as transfer credits for the applicable courses listed below.
General Education Core
English Composition I English Composition II Fundamentals of Speech College Algebra Introduction to Probability & Statistics Introduction to Psychology Developmental Psychology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Chemistry Human Anatomy & Physiology I Human Anatomy & Phys I Lab Human Anatomy & Physiology II Human Anatomy & Phys II Lab Introduction to Microbiology Introduction to Microbiology Lab Nutrition for Nurses Humanities/Fine Arts Electives (3)
Survey of Christian Theology Principles of Ethics Faith Integration
Transition to BSN Role Health Assessment Nursing History & Theory Research & EBP Quality & Safety Community Nursing & Population Leadership & Management for RN Capstone Project
Personal Financial Stewardship Macroeconomics Business Law I World Religions Psych of Adjustment Understanding Human Diversity
Nurse educator Certified midwife Case manager Registered nurse