Curriculum (BSN)

Curricular Requirements
Courses Credits
Core Requirements  
First Year  30-32
BIO 104/104L - General Biology 4
PSY 105 - Introduction to Psychology 3
BIO 208/208L - Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 1 4
ENG 110 - English Composition or ENG 122/123 - College Reading & Writing I/II 4-6
IHS 130 - Interprofessional First Year Experience 3
ART (ART, ARH, MUS) - One Course 3
MAT - 120 Statistics 3

SOC 150 - Introduction to Sociology

3

EXP (Explorations) - One Course 3
   
Second Year 33
BIO 209/209L or 209G/209LG - Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology II 4
BIO 309 - Pathophysiology 3
BIO 242/242L or 242G/242LG - Applied Microbiology 4
CHE 130/130L - Principles of Chemistry 4
IHS 210 - Methods of Scholarly Inquiry 3
IHS 220 - Nutrition/NUTR 220 - Nutrition 3
IHS 310 - Ethics for Interprofessional Practice 3
NSG 202 - Introduction to Nursing 3
PSY 250 - Lifespan Development 3
Human Traditions (276 or 278 with a prefix listed below) - One Course
ARH, ENG, HIS, LIL, PHI, PSC, REL
3
Total Core Requirement Credits 63-65
Courses Credits
Nursing Curriculum  
NSG 307 - Adult Health I/Clin 6
NSG 315 - Adult Health II/Clin 7
NSG 327 - Health Assessment 3
NSG 328 - Mental Health/Clin 4
NSG 332 - Evidence Based Practice (EBP) I 2
NSG 342 - Pharmacology 3
NSG 351 - Integrating Experience I 1
NSG 456 - Adult Health III/Clin/Preceptorship 9
NSG 409 - Adult Health IV 3
NSG 420 - Community and Public Health Nursing 3
NSG 424 - Maternal/Child/Clin 8
NSG 432 - Evidence-based Practice (EBP) II 2
NSG 442 - Integrating Experience III 1
NSG 445 - Leadership 2
NSG 447 - Transitions to Practice 2
General Elective (One Course) 3
Total Nursing Curriculum Credits 59
Total Credits 122-124

Graduation Requirements

Courses

Credits Needed 4 Year BSN

Nursing

59

General Education

62-63

Transfer

N/A

Prereqs

0

Total

121-122

“A student in the nursing major may elect to pursue a bachelor’s degree in health sciences.  This degree is only open to matriculated students at the University of New England.  Special permission from the student’s advisor and the Dean of the Westbrook College of Health Professions is required for enrollment in the BS in Health Sciences”. 

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