Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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Bachelor Of Science in Nursing

Program Qualifications

First-Time College Students

  • 2.75 or Higher Cumulative High School GPA* or GED
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

Transfer Students

  • 2.75 or Higher Cumulative College GPA*
  • At least 12 semester hours or 18 quarter hours of completed college coursework.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

*Optional Qualifications

  • ACT Composite – 19*
  • SAT Combined Total Score – 1010*  

*Students who do not meet the minimum qualifications may still apply and be considered for Provisional Admission. Additional materials may be requested such as a personal essay, reference letter, etc.

**Students who do not submit ACT or SAT test scores or do not meet the minimum ACT or SAT test score can still apply and be considered for Provisional Admission. 

REQUIRED documents

Completed Application for Admission

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Official High School and/or College Transcripts from ALL Institutions Attended

  • Transcripts for admission to The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences MUST be submitted via MAIL or EMAIL from your high school, college/university, or a transcript service such as Parchment. Faxed transcripts will not be accepted.

  • Transcripts must be official and sealed.  Copies will not be accepted.

  • All transcripts originating in a foreign country must be translated and evaluated by World Education Services for a course-by-course level evaluation and calculated cumulative GPA. (www.wes.org.)

    Curriculum

    Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program provides a unique option for first time degree seekers to complete their BSN program in THREE YEARS. Year-round curriculum enables all learners, those new to college, and those with previous credit, to progress more quickly to degree. Those who elect to complete their degree in four years will have summer terms off. 

    Fresh. 1 Course Title Credits Fresh. 2 Course Title Credits
    ENG 101 English Composition 3 COM 102 Essentials of Communication 3
    MAT 105 College Algebra 3 CHEM 105 Chemistry – Gen/Org/Bio 4
    SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3 BIO 112 Anatomy & Physiology 2 4
    BIO 111 Anatomy & Physiology 1 4 ENG 315 Adv. Comp: Evidence-Based Writing 3
    FS 102 Learning Foundations 2 STAT 201 Statistics 3
    Soph. 1 Course Title Credits Soph. 2 Course Title Credits
    PSY 110 Lifespan Development 3 BIO 360 Pathophysiology 3
    BIO 121 Microbiology with Lab 4 BIO 180 Biology of Food 3
    NUR 225 Nursing Foundations and Principles 1 3 BIO 215 Core Concepts 3
    NUR 210 Health Assessment Across the Lifespan 3 NUR 226 Nursing Foundations and Principles 2 4
    NUR 201 Introduction to the Essentials of Professional Nursing Practices 3 NUR CL 226 Nursing Foundations and Principles 2: Clinical 2
    Junior 1 Course Title Credits Junior 2 Course Title Credits
    NUR 331 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Healthcare Continuum 1 4 NUR 332 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Healthcare Continuum 2 4
    NUR CL 331 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Healthcare Continuum 1: Clinical 2 NUR CL 332 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Healthcare Continuum 2: Clinical 2
    NUR 342 Mental Health Nursing Across Lifespan 2 NUR 338 Family-Centered, Pediatric and Maternity Nursing 2
    NUR CL 342 Mental Health Nursing Across Lifespan: Clinical 2 NUR CL 338 Family-Centered, Pediatric and Maternity Nursing: Clinical 2
    NUR 315 Pharmacological Principles for Nursing Practice 3 NUR 339 Evidenced-Based Practice and Research Principles in Nursing 3
    PHI 103 Introduction to Ethics 3 NUR 340 Quality Improvement & Information Technologies in Nursing Practice 3
    Senior 1 Course Title Credits Senior 2 Course Title Credits
    NUR 421 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Healthcare Continuum 3 3 NUR 441 Role Transition and Trends in Nursing Practice 3
    NUR CL 421 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Healthcare Continuum 3: Clinical 3 NUR CL 441 Role Transition and Trends in Nursing Practice: Clinical 6
    NUR 422 Leadership & Management Development in Nursing Practice 3 NUR 443 Clinical Judgement for Nursing Practice 3
    NUR 423 Population Health in Nursing 2
    NUR CL 423 Population Health in Nursing: Clinical 2
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    Program Cost Breakdown*

    *Program costs are approximate and subject to change

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