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Transfer Student Sample Program of Study

Because nursing is a dynamic field, the nursing curriculum is subject to change at the School of Nursing’s discretion.
Semester Courses

Sophomore Summer

3  NRS 204 Foundations in Health Assessment

1  NRS 206 Professional Practice: Health Assessment (45 clinical hours)

1 NRS 207 Clinical Reasoning Seminar: Health Assessment 

6  NRS 208 Transition into Professional Nursing

11 Credit Hours

Junior Fall, Semester I

4  NRS 306 Professional Practice: Population Health and Wellness (180 clinical hours)

3  NRS 307 Clinical Reasoning Seminar: Population Health and Wellness

3 NRS 316 Population Health and Wellness Across the Lifespan

3 NRS 325 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I

13 Credit Hours

Junior Spring, Semester II

4  NRS 308 Professional Practice: Acute Illness Management (180 clinical hours)

6  NRS 309 Clinical Reasoning Seminar: Acute Illness Management

3 NRS 317 Acute Illness Management Across the Lifespan

3 NRS 326 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology II

3 THE 348 Theological Dimensions of Suffering and Death

19 Credit Hours    

 

Senior Fall, Semester I

 

4 NRS 406 Professional Practice: Chronic Illness Management (180 clinical hours)

3 NRS 407 Clinical Reasoning Seminar: Chronic Illness Management

3 NRS 416 Chronic Illness Management Across the Lifespan

3 NRS 440 Social Justice and Population Health 

13 Credit Hours

 

Senior Spring , Semester II

4 NRS 408 Transition to Professional Practice (180 clinical hours)

3 NRS 409 Clinical Reasoning Seminar: Transition to Professional Practice

3 NRS 460 The Baccalaureate Nurse's Role in Advancing the Culture of Health

3 NRS 480 Life-long Learning

13 Credit Hours

 

Total credit hours required to graduate – 120

Total on-campus and off-campus clinical hours - 765