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Accelerated BSN

Cohorts of students will begin the program in May Interim of each year, and will move through the program following the plan of study.  Applicants for this program must hold a bachelor's degree in a discipline other than nursing and will complete all prerequisite courses and general education requirements prior to program start date. Applicants should apply as a transfer student. 

Applications to begin the program in May 2017 are available January 1st, 2016 and will be accepted until the cohort is filled. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.  Candidates will be notified beginning April 1, 2016

Degree Awarded in August, Eligible to write NCLEX-RN licensure exam in September.

Program Outcomes

Summer

  • May Interim
    • NUR 204 Health Assessment 2
    • Total 2
  • Summer Session 1
    • NUR 200 Fundamentals of Nursing 4
    • NUR 203 Fundamentals of Nursing Practicum 2
    • Total 6
  • Summer Session 2
    • NUR 206 Adult Health I 3
    • NUR 207 Adult Health I Practicum 2
    • Total 5

Fall

  • NUR 306 Maternal-Newborn Nursing 3
  • NUR 307 Maternal-Newborn Nursing Practicum 2
  • NUR 308 Nursing Care of Children 3
  • NUR 309 Nursing Care of Children Practicum 2
  • NUR 318 Pharmacology & Nursing Implications (on-line) 2
  • NUR 303 Nursing Research 3
  • Total 14

Spring

  • NUR 314 Psych/Mental Health Nursing 2
  • NUR 315 Psych/Mental Health Nursing Practicum 2
  • NUR 316 Adult Health II 4
  • NUR 317 Adult Health II Practicum 2
  • NUR 418 Nursing Leadership 1
  • NUR 404 Community Health Nursing 2
  • Total 14

Summer

  • May Interim
    • NUR 403 Community Health Practicum 2.5
    • NUR 414 Senior Seminar 1
    • Total 3.5
  • Summer Session 1
    • NUR 408 Adult Health III 3
    • NUR 409 Senior Practicum I 2.5
    • Total 5.5
  • Summer Session 2
    • NUR 410 Adult Health IV 3
    • NUR 413 Leadership Practicum 2.5
    • NUR 417 Senior Practicum II 2.5
    • Total 8

Degree Awarded in August, Eligible to write NCLEX-RN licensure exam in September