BSN | Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Required Core Courses

Lower Division Courses

NUR 2300 Professional Nursing Role Transition

Credits : 3

This course examines the professional aspects of nursing. The historical, current practice and future trends in nursing are examined as well as the professional, philosophical, educational, ethical and legal aspects of nursing. Evidence-based practice, critical thinking and nursing informatics are also aspects that are examined. Nursing knowledge and the developing professional practice are investigated and compared to the student’s current practice.

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Upper Division Courses

NUR 2300 Professional Nursing Role Transition

Credits : 3

This course examines the professional aspects of nursing. The historical, current practice and future trends in nursing are examined as well as the professional, philosophical, educational, ethical and legal aspects of nursing. Evidence-based practice, critical thinking and nursing informatics are also aspects that are examined. Nursing knowledge and the developing professional practice are investigated and compared to the student’s current practice.

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Nursing Elective Courses

Learners must take 15 semester credits of elective courses related to nursing or areas related to the skills needed by nurses.


Lower Division Courses

NUR 2300 Professional Nursing Role Transition

Credits : 3

This course examines the professional aspects of nursing. The historical, current practice and future trends in nursing are examined as well as the professional, philosophical, educational, ethical and legal aspects of nursing. Evidence-based practice, critical thinking and nursing informatics are also aspects that are examined. Nursing knowledge and the developing professional practice are investigated and compared to the student’s current practice.

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Upper Division Courses

NUR 2300 Professional Nursing Role Transition

Credits : 3

This course examines the professional aspects of nursing. The historical, current practice and future trends in nursing are examined as well as the professional, philosophical, educational, ethical and legal aspects of nursing. Evidence-based practice, critical thinking and nursing informatics are also aspects that are examined. Nursing knowledge and the developing professional practice are investigated and compared to the student’s current practice.

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