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Program Information - Registered Nurse (RN) Track

The Registered Nurse Track is a rigorous 22–month, full–time, day program that provides excellent clinical experience in a variety of hospital and community settings. In nursing courses students receive an average of 16 hours of clinical experience per week. Clinical experience begins in NR 105. Students are admitted to the program in both fall and spring semesters. LSN student come from a variety of backgrounds ranging form the new high school graduate to adults who are beginning or changing careers.


REGISTERED NURSE TRACK CURRICULUM PLAN*


Prerequisites for Nursing Courses Course Credit Hours

Required prior to enrollment in NR 100 WRIT 1010 – Composition (English Composition I) 3
ANSO 1010 – Introduction to Sociology 3
PSYC 1100 – Introduction to Psychology 3
BIOL 1610 – Anatomy and Physiology I 4

Level I

Description Course Credit Hours

Nursing courses NR 100 – Introduction to Nursing I 5
NR 101 – Basic Medical Terminology 1
NR 102 – Math for Medications Administration I 0.5
NR 103 – Math for Medications Administration II 0.5
NR 105 – Introduction to Nursing II 5
NR 110 – Adult Health Nursing I 6
NR 120 – Adult Health Nursing II 6
NR 130 – Adult Health Nursing III 6
University courses BIOL 1620 – Anatomy & Physiology II 4
PSYC 2300 – Lifespan Development 3
PSYC 3125 – Abnormal Psychology 3

Level II

Description Course Credit Hours

Nursing courses NR 201 – Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing 6.5
NR 202 – Nursing of the Childbearing Family 6.5
NR 203 – Nursing of Children 6.5
NR 204 – Advanced Adult Health Nursing 6.5
NR 210 – Role Transition: Student to Professional 2
University courses PHIL 2340 – BioEthics 3

*Sample curriculum subject to change
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