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Upon admission, each student will receive a personalized review of completed coursework to create an individualized progression plan for program completion including general education requirements.

Prerequisites
44 credits
Diversification Core
23 credits
Natural Science (11)
Arts/Humanities/Literatures (6)
Social Science (6)
Foundation Core
12 credits
Written Communication (3)
Symbolic Reasoning (3)
Global/Multicultural Perspectives (6)
Prerequisite Courses
9 credits
Physical Science (3)
Statistics (3)
Pharmacology (3)
Associate Degree Nursing Coursework & General Electives
Approximately 42 credits
Associate Degree Nursing Coursework
Approximately 35 credits
Upon admission, students will receive a personalized review of completed coursework.
General Elective Courses
Approximately 7 credits or more
Upon admission, students will receive a personalized review of completed coursework.
Upper Division Coursework
34 credits
Summer or 
Prior Semester
9 credits
NURS 301 Introduction to Evidence Based Practice and Health Promotion (W) (3) *
NURS 363 Introduction to Nursing Research (E) (3)
NURS 452 Cultural Aspects of Health Management in Populations Indigenous to Hawaii, the Pacific, and Asia (H) (3)
* NURS 301: Cannot be taken prior to graduating from a diploma or associate degree program in nursing
Fall
12 credits
NURS 462 Community Health Nursing for Executive RN (3) **
NURS 462L Community Health Nursing for Executive RN Fieldwork (O,W) (3) **
Nursing Elective # 1 (3) **
NURS 453 Introduction to Genetics in Nursing Practice (3)
** Students with less than 2 years of RN experience take:
N450 Community, Public and Global Health (2)
N450L Community, Public and Global Health Lab (O, W) (3)
Nursing Elective #1 (4)
Spring
13 credits
NURS 460 Complex Nursing and Leadership (4)
NURS 460L Complex Nursing and Leadership Lab (W) (6)
NURS 461 Advanced Pathophysiology and Neurobiology (3)

Total # of credits: 120

Effective Fall 2015

Updated: July 21, 2017

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