Full-Time Program of Study

3 Semesters

The Full-Time Program of Study takes one year to complete. *

Year 1:

Semester 1:  First Block

  • NURS 460 Health Assessment (3)
  • NURS 468 Information Systems and Quality Management (3)

Semester 1:  Second Block

  • NURS 462 Concepts in Aging and Longevity (3)
  • GNED 400 Exploring Public Issues Through Writing:  Public Policy and the Healthcare Environment (3)

Semester 2:  Summer Session

  • NURS 464 Population Focused Community Health (4)
  • NURS 465 Population Focused Community Health Clinical Practicum (1)

Semester 3:  First Block

  • NURS 461 Contemporary Issues in Nursing (3)
  • NURS 467 Introduction to Evidence Guided Practice (3)

Semester 3:  Second Block

  • NURS 463 Illness and Disease Management (4)
  • NURS 469 Transformational Leadership (3)

5 Semesters

The Part-Time Program of Study takes two years to complete.*

Year 1:

Semester 1:  First Block

  • NURS 460 Health Assessment (3)

Semester 1:  Second Block

  • NURS 462 Concepts in Aging and Longevity (3)

Semester 2:  Summer Session

  • NURS 464 Population Focused Community Health (4)
  • NURS 465 Population Focused Community Health Clinical Practicum (1)

Semester 3:  First Block

  • NURS 468 Information Systems and Quality Management (3)

Semester 3:  Second Block

  • GNED 400 Exploring Public Issues Through Writing:  Public Policy and the Healthcare Environment (3)

Year 2:

Semester 4:  First Block

  • NURS 461 Contemporary Issues in Nursing (3)

Semester 4:   Second Block

  • NURS 463 Illness and Disease Management (4)

Semester 5:  First Block

  • NURS 467 Introduction to Evidence Guided Practice (3)

Semester 5:  Second Block

  • NURS 469 Transformational Leadership (3)

*includes the required nursing courses only.  Does not include any additional general education courses that may be needed.