Feb 21, 2024  
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Nursing, B.S.N.


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All students in the School of Nursing are exposed to four distinct areas of study leading to completion of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.): the Tulsa curriculum (comprised of two parts: the core curriculum and the general curriculum), the nursing foundation courses, and the nursing major requirements.

The 125-credit-hour degree program consists of the following requirements:

Tulsa Curriculum (40 hours)


Every undergraduate must fulfill the requirements of the Tulsa curriculum, which has two parts: the core curriculum and the general curriculum.

General Curriculum (26 hours)


Note:


+BIOL 2173 BIOL 2171 , CHEM 1004  and either QM 2013 , PSY 2023 , or STAT 2013  are also considered Nursing Foundation Courses which serve as prerequisites for courses in the nursing major and must be completed with a grade of C or higher.

Nursing Foundation Courses (15 hours)


Consists of biological, behavioral, and statistical sciences courses that serve as prerequisites for courses in the nursing major. The following courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher:

Nursing Major Requirements (62 hours):


The major in nursing is offered in Levels (Level I - sophomore; Level II - junior; Level III - senior) and builds upon basic knowledge and skills in the core curriculum, broad experience in the general curriculum, and specific knowledge and skills in the major prerequisites. The major is sequentially based on a hierarchy of knowledge. Students cannot progress within a level or to the next level without successfully completing prior courses with a grade of C or higher.

Note:


(NSG 2023 Health Assessment across the Life Span , is required for Licensed Practical Nurses utilizing advanced placement procedures and for Registered Nurses transferring credit for NSG 2254 , NSG 2264 , and NSG 2273 .)

Electives (5 hours)


Nursing Major Electives (3 hours)


Total: 125 hours


Sequenced Program of Study


Freshman Year


Spring Semester (15 hours)


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Senior Year


Notes:


*BIOL 2153 , BIOL 2151 , BIOL 2173 , BIOL 2171 AHS 2122 , and either PSY 3063  or AHS 2133  must be completed prior to spring semester of sophomore year.

**AHS 2223  must be completed prior to spring semester of junior year.

***Either QM 2013  or PSY 2023  or STAT 2013  must be taken prior to enrolling in AHS 4043 AHS 4043  must be completed prior to spring semester of senior year.

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