Feb 28, 2020  
2010-2011 Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Nursing (Master of Science in Nursing)


Full-time Curriculum

A minimum of 43 credits is required to complete the MSN:

Year One

Winter Semester

NSC 503 - Graduate Pathophysiology.  (3)
NSC 504 - Graduate Pharmacology.  (3)
NUR 520 - Physical Diagnosis Adult Theory.  (2)
NUR 595 - Nursing Research/Theory I.  (1)
NUR 596 - Nursing Research/Theory II.  (1)

Spring/Summer Semester

NUR 501 - Health Promotion.  (2)
NSC 502 - Epidemiology.  (1)
NUR 507 - Dynamics of Family Counseling.  (3)
NUR 521 - Physical Diagnosis Adult – Practicum.  (3)
NUR 597 - Nursing Research/Theory III.  (1)
NUR 598 - Nursing Research/Theory IV.  (1)

Fall Semester

NUR 524 - Management of Adult Acute/Chronic Problems – Theory.  (3)
NUR 525 - Management of Adult Acute/Chronic Problems – Practicum.  (4)
NUR 531 - Women’s Health.  (2)
NUR 594 - Thesis Development.  (2)

Year Two

Winter Semester

NUR 510 - Office and Minor Emergency Procedures – Theory & Practicum.  (1)
NUR 535 - Advanced Practice Nursing Care of the Older Adult Theory and Practicum.  (3)
NUR 540 - Nurse Practitioner Role Theory.  (2)
NUR 541 - Nurse Practitioner Role – Practicum.  (4)
NUR 599 - Nursing Research/Theory V.  (1) 

Transfer Credit

Transfer/Waiver of credit will not be permitted of students that have been accepted into the grant funded MSN program.  Students not admitted to the grant funded MSN program may transfer/waive up to nine hours of graduate credit into the MSN program.  Transfers are made in accordance with the policies fo the MSN graduate program committee.