BSN Transfer Academic Plan Fall Start

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Sample Academic Plan

Curriculum is subject to change

(Plan onset with Class of 2025+)

The 2-year Transfer Option is designed for students who have completed a minimum of 47 of the 56 required general education credits. All science courses, as well as Nursing Assistant and Medical Terminology courses, must be completed by the time of entry. A free credit evaluation is available to students who have questions about where they stand with these requirements. Admitted students will complete the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree in two years.

  • 120 Credits
  • 56 Required Gen Ed Credits

Year 1//Fall Semester

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Course Number Course Title Credits
General Education 3
NUR 111 Nursing Foundation I 1
NUR 215 Health Assessment in Nursing 3
NUR 222 Pathophysiology 3
NUR 231 Pharmacology I 2
NUR 212 Nursing Foundations II 3
NUR 252 Healthy Aging 1
TOTAL 16

Year 1//Spring Semester

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Course Number Course Title Credits
NUR 125 Nutrition 1
NUR 213 Nursing Foundations III 2
NUR 232 Pharmacology II 2
NUR 331 Adult Nursing Care I 3
NUR 220C Foundations Clinical 2
NUR 332 Adult Nursing Care II 3
NUR 362 Mental Health Nursing 2
TOTAL 15

Year 1//Summer Session

Course Number Course Title Credits
General Education 3
NUR 333 Adult Nursing Care III 3
NUR 357 Evidence-Based Practice Concepts 3
NUR 434 Gerontological Nursing 2
TOTAL 11

Year 2//Fall Semester

Course Number Course Title Credits
General Education 3
NUR 440 Critical Care Nursing 3
NUR 429 Equity & Diversity in Nursing 2
NUR 446 Maternity 2
NUR 431C Adult Clinical I 2
NUR 432C Adult Clinical II 2
NUR 443 Pediatrics 2
TOTAL 16

Year 2//Spring Semester

Course Number Course Title Credits
NUR 460 Transition to Nursing Practice 2
NUR 464 Public & Community Health Nursing 3
NUR 468C Population Health Clinical 2
NUR 461 Specialty Nursing Simulation 2
NUR 448 Nursing Leadership 3
NUR 485C Capstone Clinical 2
NUR 462C Specialty Clinical 1
TOTAL 15

TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS – 120
120 credits (64 nursing, 56 general education)

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