RN licensure is required for the RN-BSN program and must be maintained throughout the program. Unlicensed students should apply to our regular BSN program. Students interested in the RN-MSN program must meet unconditional graduate admission criteria. Students pursuing this program will substitute four graduate courses. Lower Division (Prerequsite) Curriculum Course No. Course Name EH101 English Composition 1 EH102 English Composition 2 PHL, SPH Philosophy, Logic, Ethics, Speech ART/MUS/THR Fine Arts Elective ENG* Literature I ENG* Literature II, Arts/Human Elective MA110, MA112 Finite Math, Pre-Calculus Algebra CH104 Chemistry w/lab BYS103 General Biology w/lab PSY200 General Psychology SOC200 Introduction to Sociology HIS* History I HIS* History II or Social Science Elective BIO220 Microbiology w/lab BIO201 Human A&P 1 w/lab BIO202 Human A&P 2 w/lab MTH265 Statistics PSY210 Human Growth & Development All 18 prerequisite courses identified above must be completed prior to starting the RN-MSN/MSN program. * Sequence Requirement: Students must complete a two course sequence in Literature or History RN-BSN Online Upper Division Curriculum Summer Semester UAH Course Semester Hours NUR 339 Information Management in Healthcare 3 SH NUR 410 Transition into Professional Roles 3 SH Total 6 SH Fall Semester UAH Course Semester Hours NUR 417 Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations 4 SH NUR 414 Health Assessment for the Practicing Nurse 3 SH NUR 413 Leadership in Professional Practice 5 SH Total 12 SH Spring Semester UAH Course Semester Hours NUR 422 Caring for Families, Aggregates, and Populations 6 SH NUR 421 Acute Care for the Practicing RN 3 SH NUR 423 Evidence Based Nursing for the Practicing RN 3 SH NUR 000 Validation Credit (37 Hours) Total 12 SH Program total = 30 Semester Hours Course curriculum is subject to change. College of Nursing: 4-Year Rolling Class Schedule, Fall 2015 - Spring 2019 F15S16F16S17F17S18F18S19 NUR 339 Information Management in Healthcare Y N Y N Y N Y N NUR 410 Transition to Professional Roles Y N Y N Y N Y N NUR 411 Theoretical Applications in Nursing Practice Y N Y N Y N Y N NUR 413 Leadership in Professional Practice Y N Y N Y N Y N NUR 412 Caring for Families, Aggregates, and Populations N Y N Y N Y N Y NUR 414 Health Assessment for the Practicing Professional Nurse N Y N Y N Y N Y NUR 419 Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing Practice N Y N Y N Y N Y NUR 420 Evidence Based Nursing Practice N Y N Y N Y N Y NUR 000 Validation Credit N Y N Y N Y N Y Legend Y Course will be offered in the designated term. M Course will likely be offered in designated term, but availability will be determined by faculty availability and budget. N Course will not be offered in designated term. D Course may be made available given appropriate demand or interest. UAH College of Nursing will make every effort to adhere to the class plan schedule, but it reserves the right to make necessary adjustments based on budget and faculty availability. * Course has a required lab section.