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Core Requirements

CORE Requirements:     45-47 Credit Hours
to include the following program requirements.

*EN100: College Writing
*EN101: Literature for Composition
PY100: Introduction to Psychology 
*BI210: Anatomy & Physiology I
*BI215: Anatomy & Physiology II
BI310: Microbiology or any 200 level Microbiology course from an 
accredited institution. (Must include a laboratory component)
CH130: Chemistry for Allied Health
*MA108: Mathematical Concepts and Operations II
MA201: Intro to Stats Methods OR PY222:  Stats for Social Sciences
PY232: Psychology of Human Development
SO: 100, 200 or 300 level course

MAJOR Requirements             
NR107: Introduction to Professional Nursing
NR203: Client Assessment for Health Promotion
NR214: Foundations of Nursing
NR228: Health Maintenance & Restoration I
NR229: Pathophysiology
NR230: Pharmacology
NR307: Health Maintenance & Restoration II
NR312: Research in Nursing
NR313: Health Maintenance & Restoration III
NR324: Mental Health Nursing
NR403: Maternal/Child Nursing
NR409: Community Health Nursing
NR423: Leadership & Management
NR425: Senior Practicum
NR426: Transition to Professional Practice

MAJOR electives 6 Credit Hours

TOTAL Credit Hours 124
*A grade of B or better is required.

Students must attain a B or better grade in all courses with a NR prefix. To be eligible for clinical placements a student must: have a GPA of 3.00 or higher in all NR courses and have a cumulative GP of 2.50 or higher.

Students can fail only one nursing course. The failed course must be repeated at Wesley. Any additional failed nursing class will result in dismissal from the program. Upon satisfactory completion of the four-year program in nursing the graduate receives the BSN degree and is eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards licensing exam (NCLEX-RN).

Proposed Course Schedule