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Nursing Courses

Required RN-BSN Courses
Offered in January, April, July and October Terms:
The following courses are required for students enrolled prior to July 1, 2013:
Nursing Informatics (NUR-340)
Health Assessment (NUR-416)
Research in Nursing (NUR-418)
Leadership and Management in Nursing (NUR-428)
Community Health Nursing (NUR-441)
Seminar in Clinical Competence (NUR-500)
Health Policy (NUR-529)
Nursing Informatics: Concepts and Issues (NUR-531)

 

Required RN-BSN Courses
Offered in January, April, July and October Terms:
The following courses are required for students enrolled after July 1, 2013:
Nursing Informatics (NUR-340)
Advancing Nursing Practice (NUR-342)
Research in Nursing (NUR-418)
Leadership and Management in Nursing (NUR-428)
Advanced Health Assessment (NUR-516)
Health Policy (NUR-529)
Nursing Informatics: Concepts and Issues (NUR-531)
Public Health Nursing (NUR-443)*
Validating Nursing Competence (NUR-445) **

*Offered in April 2014
**Offered in July 2014
 

Required Accelerated 2nd Degree BSN Courses
October Term Only:
Introduction to Professional Nursing (NUR-320)**
Health Assessment/Health Promotion (NUR-328)**
Nursing Informatics (NUR-340)
Advancing Nursing Practice (NUR-342)
January Term Only:
Nursing Care Across the Lifespan (NUR-400)**
Nursing Research (NUR-418)
Nursing Informatics: Concepts and Issues (NUR-531)
April Term Only:
Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations (NUR-410)**
Public Health Nursing (NUR-443)
Health Policy (NUR-529)
July Term Only:
Integrating Advanced Nursing Concepts (NUR-420)**
Leadership and Management in Nursing (NUR-428)
Validating Nursing Competence (NUR-445)

**These courses are classroom based.
 

Core MSN Courses
Offered in January, April, July and October Terms:
The following courses are required for students enrolled prior to July 1, 2013:
Seminar in Clinical Competence (NUR-500)
Health Policy (NUR-529)
Evidence Based Nursing Practice (NUR-530)
Nursing Informatics: Concepts and Issues (NUR-531)
Nursing Leadership in a Global Community (NUR-600)


 

Core MSN Courses
Offered in January, April, July and October Terms:
The following courses are required for students enrolled after July 1, 2013:
Health Policy (NUR-529)
Evidence Based Nursing Practice (NUR-530)
Nursing Informatics: Concepts and Issues (NUR-531)
Nursing Leadership in a Global Community (NUR-600)


 

Core MSN Direct Care Courses for Nurse Educator Specialty
This section is only for students enrolled after July 1, 2013
January, April, July and October Terms:
Advanced Health Assessment (NUR-516)
October and April:
Advanced Pathophysiology (NUR-640)
January and July:
Advanced Pharmacology (NUR-650)


 

Required MSN Courses
Nurse Educator Specialty:
(For students enrolled prior to July 1, 2013, the following courses are required for the Educator Specialty)
Theoretical Foundations and Instructional Strategies in Nursing Education (NUR-630)*
Curriculum Theory and Development in Nursing Education (NUR-700)*
Testing, Assessment and Evaluation (NUR-710)*
Nursing Education Seminar and On-ground Practicum (NUR-720)*
Nursing Education Seminar and Online Practicum (NUR-730)*
Nurse Educator Specialty:
(For students enrolled after July 1, 2013, the following courses are required for the Educator Specialty)
Theoretical Foundations and Instructional Strategies in Nursing Education (NUR-630)*
Curriculum Theory and Development in Nursing Education (NUR-700)*
Testing, Assessment and Evaluation (NUR-710)*
Nurse Educator: Seminar and Practicum I (NUR-740)
Nurse Educator: Seminar and Practicum II (NUR-750)
Nursing Administration Specialty:
(For students enrolled both prior to and after July 1, 2013, the following courses are required for the Administration Specialty)
Nursing Administration: Standards and Structures (NUR-632)*
Nursing Administration: Executive Managerial Process (NUR-702)*
Nursing Administration: Resource Acquisition and Management (NUR-712)*
Nursing Administration: Seminar and Role Practicum (NUR-722)*
Nursing Administration: Seminar and Process Practicum (NUR-732)
Nursing Informatics Specialty:
(For students enrolled both prior to and after July 1, 2013, the following courses are required for the Informatics Specialty)
Nursing Informatics: Systems Life Cycle (NUR-631)*
Nursing Informatics: Databases and Knowledge Management (NUR-701)*
Nursing Informatics: Consumer Informatics and Communication Technologies (NUR-711)*
Nursing Informatics: Seminar and Practicum I (NUR-721)
Nursing Informatics: Seminar and Practicum II (NUR-731)*

*Offered July 2014
 

Elective MSN Courses
Professional Writing from Idea to Publication (NUR-614)
January and July Terms Only:
History of American Nursing (NUR-613)*
Independent Study in Instructional Technology (NUR-622)
April and October Terms Only:
Healthcare Finance for Nurse Educators (NUR-612)
Instructional Technology for Nurse Educators (NUR-621)

*Offered July 2014
 

MSN Practicum Courses
Offered in January, April, July and October Terms:
Nursing Education Seminar and On-ground Practicum (NUR-720)
Nursing Education Seminar and Online Practicum (NUR-730)
January 2014:
Nursing Administration: Seminar and Role Practicum (NUR-722)
Nursing Informatics: Seminar and Practicum II (NUR-731)
April 2014:
Nursing Informatics: Seminar and Practicum I (NUR-721)
Nursing Administration: Seminar and Process Practicum (NUR-732)
Nurse Educator: Seminar and Practicum I (NUR-740)
July 2014:
Nursing Administration: Seminar and Role Practium (NUR-722)
Nursing Administration: Seminar and Practicum II (NUR-731)

All courses are are offered as above, pending sufficient enrollment. See the College Catalog for registration dates.

Please note: All nursing courses follow the undergraduate course schedule for registration dates. Please check the College Catalog for recommended or required pre-requisites before registering for any course. If you need assistance please check with your nursing advisor.

Every effort will be made to accommodate course selections made during the regular registration periods. During late registration open seats will be filled, but no additional seats or new sections will be added. Students are advised to register early for courses that are essential to the completion of the degree.

The W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing reserves the right to reassign students to different course sections as necessary to balance class size and provide for a quality online educational experience for all students.