Students enrolled in the RN-MSN will complete the same curriculum requirements as the RN-BSN students. RN-MSN students may take up to five MSN course to fulfill BOTH BSN elective requirements AND MSN program requirements. RN-MSN students must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 throughout the program to be eligible to take MSN courses. In addition, all MSN courses require a grade of "B" or higher to fulfull MSN progression requirements.
PS 109 Introduction to Psychology
CH 107 Physiological Chemistry
PS 240 Human Development
BIO 154 Microbiology
NU 310 Concepts of Professional Nursing Practice
NU 305 Therapeutic Nutrition
NU 315 Health Assessment for RNs
NU 262 Medicine and Morality
MA 111 Probability and Statistics
Elective Values Seminar
NU 325 Evidence Based Nursing
PL 109 Philosophical Thinking
NU 441 Community Concepts for RNs
SO 109 Introduction to Sociology
NU 451 Integrating Seminar for RNs
Great Works of Art or Music Elective
NU 456 Capstone Project for RNs
Great Works of Literature Elective
Following the BSN portion, students continue their graduate studies in one of the four specialty program tracks.
Course Descriptions for the RN-MSN curriculum can be obtained from the Graduate Catalog.
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