Traditional Student Degree Completion Guide: January Entry

This guide is for students beginning in January.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Division of Nursing
first year
Fall,
4.00
BIOL
111
Human Anatomy & Physiology I
-
2.00
COMM
105
Public Speaking
+
1.00
CORE
108
Connections (Nursing)
3.00
ENGL
111
College Writing I
+
3.00
HIST
History
+
3.00
RELT
141
Christian Beliefs
+
first year
Spring,
4.00
BIOL
112
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
-
4.00
CHEM
104
Intro to General, Organic, & Biochemistry
-
3.00
ENGL
112
College Writing II
+
-
2.00
HHPA
155
Concepts of Wellness
+
3.00
REL
Religion
+
second year
Fall,
4.00
BIOL
205
Microbiology
-
3.00
MATH
221
Elementary Statistics & Probability
-
3.00
PSYC
215
Developmental Psychology
-
3.00
RELB
Biblical Religion
+
3.00
LEAD
225
Creative Leadership
º
second year
Spring,
3.00
NURS
204
Introduction to Professional Nursing
*
6.00
NURS
208
Fundamentals
*
3.00
NURS
243
Evidence-Based Practice
*
3.00
NURS
305
Physical Assessment
*
2.00
Elective
º
third year
Fall,
3.00
NURS
310
Pharmacology
*
2.00
NURS
311
Pathophysiology I
*
6.00
NURS
321
Medical-Surgical I
*
2.00
NURS
334
Gerontology
*
1.00
HMNT
Humanities
+
1.00
LEAD
245
Leadership Cohort
º
third year
Spring,
2.00
NURS
312
Pathophysiology II
*
6.00
NURS
322
Medical-Surgical II
*
3.00
NURS
383
Mental Health
*
2.00
HMNT
332
Historical Issues in Leadership
º
third year
Summer,
3.00
LEAD
425
Experiences in Leadership
º
fourth year
Fall,
6.00
NURS
415
Maternal Child Health
*
5.00
NURS
423
Medical-Surgical III
*
2.00
NURS
433
Disaster Nursing
*
3.00
RELT
305
Christian Ethics
*
+
1.00
LEAD
345
Leadership Cohort
º
fourth year
Spring,
3.00
NURS
453
Management & Leadership
*
4.00
NURS
474
Community Health
*
2.00
NURS
495
Transition to Professional Practice
*
4.00
NURS
499
Preceptorship
*

Key

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Alternate year course.
º
Other courses may also meet this requirement. See the Union College Bulletin.
*
This class is specific to this major.
+
This satisfies a general education requirement.
-
This is a program prerequisite.

 

Notes

 

To achieve a bachelor’s degree, students must complete 128 credit hours of college courses which include 65 credit hours of nursing courses, 51 credit hours of required general education courses, and 12 credit hours of electives. 40 hours must be upper division (300 level or above).

This sample guide is intended only to show you how a program might be arranged. Course schedules may change and it is possible that your courses will not be taken exactly in the order shown. Your academic advisor will help you design a program around your educational needs and goals.