Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum

 

The School of Nursing offers a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The program includes approximately 60 hours of pre-requisites prior to entering clinical nursing courses. Admission to clinical nursing courses requires submission of an application to the School of Nursing by the specified deadline and is based on a cumulative GPA on required pre-requisite courses. In addition to the traditional nursing curriculum, an accelerated option is available for students with a prior bachelor's degree. RN to BSN and LPN to BSN options are also available. Curriculum outlines for each option may be found below:

 

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Curriculum Sheets

2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018

 

Accelerated Option - for students with prior bachelors degree

LPN to BSN Curriculum - for students who have an LPN license

RN to BSN in Nursing Program Information and Application - for students who have an RN license

School of Nursing Facts

 

 

GPA Estimation Tool (Excel)**

** The GPA Estimation Tool is offered to help calculate your cumulative GPA on the courses required prior to enrolling in nursing coursework.  This is a tool only, and is intended for your use to help facilitate decisions about progression.  It should not be considered "official."  Please consult with your advisor for any questions or concerns about your cumulative GPA on required degree pre-requisite courses.