Nursing (BSN), Accelerated Program for Second-Degree Students
The Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) hybrid program, which comprises 16 months of full-time study, combines online didactic course work and hands-on learning involving both clinical placements and experience in the skills laboratory. The program offers students an opportunity to work closely with nursing faculty to master the core skills necessary to excel in their nursing career. The program also seeks to prepare students to successfully take and pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) and earn an RN license.
The ABSN curriculum includes 67 credits of undergraduate courses with online learning modules incorporating lectures and learning activities. The majority of these credits are completed online through an e-learning platform that allows students to listen to lectures, submit assignments, complete interactive learning modules, and engage in discussion with faculty and classmates.
The Bouvé College of Health Sciences School of Nursing has an extensive network of clinical affiliations at health centers, major teaching hospitals, and community hospitals that allow students to engage in clinical experiences covering a wide range of nursing specialties that include adult health, OB-GYN, pediatrics, behavioral and mental health, acute care, public health, health education, and management/leadership.
Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified and complete any additional courses needed beyond specific college and major requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements.
All undergraduate students are required to complete the University-Wide Requirements.
All undergraduate students are required to complete the NUpath Requirements.
|NRSG 2210||Influences on Health and Illness: A Nursing Perspective||3|
and NRSG 2221
|Nursing Interventions, Assessment, and Community Care|
and Lab for NRSG 2220
and NRSG 3303
|Nursing with Women and Families|
and Clinical for NRSG 3302
|HLTH 5450||Healthcare Research||4|
|PHSC 4340||Pharmacology for the Health Professions||4|
and NRSG 3321
|Nursing Care of Adults 1|
and Clinical for NRSG 3320
and NRSG 3401
|Nursing and the Promotion of Mental Health|
and Clinical for NRSG 3400
and NRSG 3324
|Intermediate Interventions and Assessment|
and Lab for NRSG 3323
and NRSG 3421
|Nursing Care of Adults 2|
and Clinical for NRSG 3420
and NRSG 4503
|Nursing Care of the Child|
and Clinical for NRSG 4502
|NRSG 4610||Managing and Leading in Healthcare||4|
|NRSG 4995||Comprehensive Nursing Practicum||5|
and NRSG 4605
|Public Health Community Nursing|
and Clinical for NRSG 4604
|NRSG 6306||Health Informatics||3|
67 total semester hours required