Curriculum

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/Quantitative 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
N450 Community, Public and Global Health (2)
N450L Community, Public and Global Health Lab (O, W) (3)
NURS 453 Introduction to Genetics in Nursing Practice (3)
Nursing Elective (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: December 13, 2018