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Nursing course sequence

The Nursing Sequence involves six courses for the non-LPN student and five courses for the LPN student. LPNs are not required to take NURS 210 but are required to take a Fundamentals exam and receive a minimum score of 850 to have this course waived.

It takes 14 months to complete the nursing sequence for the non-LPN student and 12 months for the LPN student.

All six credit-hour courses require both classroom and clinical/lab hours. All six credit-hour nursing courses meet four times a week: two days a week for lecture and two days a week for clinicals. The days and times for the nursing classes and clinicals may vary per session.

For December graduation

  • Late fall: NURS 210 Fundamentals of Nursing (6 hrs)
  • Early spring: NURS 212 Pharmacology (3 hrs)
  • Late spring: NURS 300 Foundations of Nursing (6 hrs)
  • Early summer: NURS 301 Med/Surg I (6 hrs)
  • Late summer: NURS 302 Med/Surg II (6 hrs)
  • Early fall: NURS 211 Mental Health Nursing (3 hrs)
  • Late fall: NURS 303 Women's & Infant's Health (5 hrs)
  • Late fall: NURS 491 NCLEX-RN Review (1 hr)

For April graduation

  • Late spring: NURS 210 Fundamentals of Nursing (6 hrs)
  • Early summer: NURS 212 Pharmacology (3 hrs)
  • Late summer: NURS 300 Foundations of Nursing (6 hrs)
  • Early fall: NURS 301 Med/Surg I (6 hrs)
  • Late fall: NURS 302 Med/Surg II (6 hrs)
  • Early spring: NURS 211 Mental Health Nursing (3 hrs)
  • Late spring: NURS 303 Women's & Infant's Health (5 hrs)
  • Late spring: NURS 491 NCLEX-RN Review (1 hr)

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