Academics & Options

  

Admission Requirements

Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN)
NCLEX 
GPA 2.75

8 Core Courses

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking
  • Statistics
  • Anatomy 
  • Physiology
  • Chemistry
  • Microbiology 

BSN Nursing Courses

  • NRSG 348 [3]  Development for Professional Practice
  • NRSG 350 [3]  Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice
  • NRSG 372 [3]  Health Assessment & Promotion Across the Lifespan
  • NRSG 390 [3]  Nursing Informatics & Information Literacy & Competency
  • NRSG 460 [3]  Nursing Leadership & Management Dynamics
  • NRSG 470 [3]  Community/Public Health Nursing
  • NRSG 471 [3]  Community/Public Health Nursing Lab
  • NRSG 490 [3]  Introduction to Nursing Research
  • HED 451 [3]  Nutrition for Chronic Disease

Due to COVID-19, our otherwise hybrid program will be delivered ALL ONLINE for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters. Current RN's and new RN graduates, or those graduating by Spring 2021, can apply NOW for the Fall 2021 part time or full time cohort.

Part-Time and Full-Time Roadmaps


 

Part-Time Students
(Available Starting Fall 2020) 

Semester 1 (Fall)

CourseUnits
NRSG 348: Development for Professional Practice3
NRSG 390: Nursing Informatics and Information Literacy and Competency3
TOTAL6

Semester 2 (Spring)

CourseUnits
NRSG 372: Health Assessment and Promotion Across the Life Span3
NRSG 350: Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice3
TOTAL6

Summer Semester

CourseUnitsNotes
Upper Division GE Area C3Diversity and Common Ground
Upper Division GE Area D3Diversity and Common Ground
TOTAL6

Semester 3 (Fall)

CourseUnits
NRSG 470: Community/Public Health Nursing3
NRSG 471: Community/Public Health Nursing Lab Notes: Field-based class3
TOTAL6

Semester 4 (Spring)

CourseUnits
NRSG 460: Nursing Leadership and Management Dynamics Notes: Capstone course3
HED 451 Nutrition for Chronic Disease3
NRSG 490 Nursing Research3
TOTAL9


Total Units for BSN Program
33 units

Full-Time Students 
(Available Starting in Fall 2021)

Summer Semester

CourseUnitsNotes
Upper Division GE Area C3Diversity and Common Ground
Upper Division GE Area D3Diversity and Common Ground
TOTAL6

Fall Semester

CourseUnitsNotes
NRSG 348: Development for Professional Practice3
NRSG 350: Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice3
NRSG 372: Health Assessment and Promotion Across the Life Span3
NRSG 390: Nursing Informatics and Information Literacy and Competency3
TOTAL12

Spring Semester

CourseUnitsNotes
NRSG 470: Community/Public Health Nursing3
NRSG 471: Community/Public Health Nursing Lab3Notes: Field-based class
NRSG 460: Nursing Leadership and Management Dynamics3 Notes: Capstone course
HED 451: Nutrition for Chronic Disease3
NRSG 490 Nursing Research3
Total15

Total Units for the BSN Program
33 units