College of Nursing & Allied Health
RN to BSN Curriculum
Sample schedule for RN Students(Actual schedules will vary)
NU416R - Role Theory (6 hrs)
NU411R - Leadership (6 hrs)
NU303R - Nursing Research (3 hrs)
NU305R - Physical Assessment (3 hrs)
NU302R - Community Nursing (6hrs)
NU418R - Concepts, Issues & Theories in Nursing (6hrs)
Professional Nursing Course Descriptions
NU302R. (6) Community Health Nursing Online - An asynchronousonline course that introduces student to the theoretical conceptsof community and populationbased community health nursing practice with an emphasis on health promotion, health education and community assessment as applied to nursing practice ina community-based health care setting. Includes clinicalcomponents. Prerequisites: admission to the online nursing major, active RN licensure.
NU303R. (3) Research in Nursing Online - An asynchronous online ourse that introduces the research process in nursing. Focuses on the use of research in nursing practice. Prerequisite: departmental approval required.
NU305R.(3) Health and Physical Assessment Online - This asynchronous online course is designed for RN-BSN students. It focuses on techniques of physical assessment, normal assessment findings, selected abnormal findings, and changes in assessment findings across the life span. Prerequisite: departmental approval required.
NU411R.(6) Leadership and Management in Nursing Online - An asynchronous online course that focuses on leadership/management theories and concepts basic to the planning, organizing, directing, and delivering of nursing services in health care settings. Includes clinical components. Prerequisite: admission to the online nursing major, active RN licensure.
NU416R. (6) Role/Theory Online - An asynchronous online course that introduces the concepts of expanded nurse roles related to the diverse needs of present day society. Includes clinical components. Prerequisite: admissionto the online nursing major, active RN licensure.
- NU 418RW. (6) Nursing Concepts, Issues and Theories.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
|EN 111 (120) Freshman Comp I||3|
|EN 112 (121) Freshman Comp II||3|
|EN 231 Literature of the Western World I||3|
|EN 232 Literature of the Western World II||3|
|COM 201 Fundamentals of Speech||3|
|*Art, Music, Theatre, Philosophy, Religion, or Foreign Language||3|
|**MA 110 Finite Mathematics||3|
|***CH 101 Intro. Inorganic Chemistry||4|
|***CH 102 Intro. Organic Chemistry||4|
|****HI 101/102 U.S. History I or Survey of World Civilization I||3|
|****HI 201/202 U.S. History II or Survey of World Civilization II||3|
|ED 299 Growth and Development||3|
|PY 102 Introduction to Psychology||3|
|Bi 141 Human Anatomy & Physiology I||4|
|BI 142 Human Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
|BI 307 Microbiology||4|
|MA 147 Elementary Statistics||3|
|HES 342 Nutrition||3|
Enough that total credit hours for graduation will equal 128 or above.
*AR 170, 180, 281, 282; MU 222, 244; Theatre 210; PHL 201; RE 221, 231, or Foreign Language
**or MA 112, 113, 115, 125, 126, 227, 237, 238
****Must be a History Series
Students who follow Alabama's state articulation plan may be evaluated on an individual basis.