RN-to-BSN coursework requirements

Pre-requisite courses for entry into the RN-to-BSN sequence
Course Course Number Credits
Principles of Microbiology 3100:130 3
Anatomy and Physiology I Lecture 3100:200 3
Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 3100:201 1
Anatomy and Physiology II Lecture 3100:202 3
Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 3100:203 1
Any chemistry course with a lab   4
Co-requisite courses for the RN-to-BSN sequence
Course Course Number Credits
English Composition I* 3300:111 3
English Composition II 3300:112 3
Statistics for Everyday Life or Basic Statistics 3740:250 or 3470:260 4           3
Introduction to Psychology* 3750:100 3
Developmental Psychology* 3750:230 4
Physical Education** 5540:120-190 1
Introduction to Public Speaking or Effective Oral Communication 7800:105 or 7800:106 3
Human Cultures or Introduction to Sociology 3230:150 or 3860:100 3
Intro to Ethics 3600:120 3
Humanities in the Western Tradition or Humanities in the World Since 1300 3400:210 or 3400:221 4
2 Area Studies/Cultural Diversity Requirements   2-3
Electives   3
** Current CPR certification will meet this requirement
* CLEP options available (credit by examination)
Nursing courses for the RN-to-BSN sequence
Course Course number Credits
Concepts of Professional Nursing 8200:336 3
Health Assessment for RNs 8200:337 3
Nursing Care of Healthy Individuals/Families 8200:405 3
Palliative Nursing Care 8200:406 3
Nursing Research/RN only 8200:436 3
Nursing Care of Communities/RN only 8200:445 3
Nursing Care of Communities Practicum/RN only 8200:444 2
Complex Care of Aging Families/RN only 8200:415 3
Professional Nursing Leadership** 8200:446 3
Professional Nursing Leadership Practicum 8200:447 2
Professional Nursing Capstone 8200:448 3

Posted June 2016. This table is for informational purposes only. Exact course requirements will be determined after your final transcript has been evaluated by an advisor.