Curriculum

Baccalaureate Curriculum Highlights 

The curriculum leading the Bachelor of Science in Nursing includes 4 years of academic study. The baccalaureate curriculum builds upon a foundation of the sciences and humanities provided by courses in the Division of General Education and Health Studies.

A total of 122 credit hours are needed to complete the degree requirements, including professional courses in:

  • Health assessment
  • Foundational concepts of nursing
  • Essentials of professional nursing
  • Adult health concepts I
  • Pharmacology
  • Adult health concepts II
  • Nursing research in evidence-based practice
  • Psychiatric/mental health nursing
  • Population health nursing
  • Perspectives in healthy aging
  • Pediatric nursing
  • Maternal/newborn nursing
  • Professional nursing role/quality care and patient safety
  • Senior nursing capstone
  • Senior seminar

Four-year degree for first-time licensure students