Part-Time Degree Plan: Fall Second Block (October)

Graduate in three years by following this degree plan that begins in October (the second block of the fall semester). View other degree plans.

The following degree plan is based on the general education program instituted in fall 2014. For the previous general education requirements, please access these Student Transition Resources.

Fall year 1 (second block)

CoursesHours
Total hours3
NRS 515 Nursing Informatics 3

Spring year 1 (first block)

CoursesHours
Total hours4
NRS 342 Nursing: Health Assessment 4

Spring year 1 (second block)

CoursesHours
Total hours3
NRS 565 Advanced Human Pathophysiology 3

Summer year 1

CoursesHours
Total hours3
General Education 3

Fall year 2 (first block)

CoursesHours
Total hours3
NRS 306 Professional Emergence 3

Fall year 2 (second block)

CoursesHours
Total hours4
NRS 341 Nursing: Individuals and Families 4

Spring year 2 (first block)

CoursesHours
Total hours3
General Education 3

Spring year 2 (second block)

CoursesHours
Total hours3
General Education 3

Summer year 2

CoursesHours
Total hours3
PSY 527 Advanced Psychological Statistical Methods 3

Fall year 3 (first block)

CoursesHours
Total hours6
NUR 472 Writing II: Nursing Research and Scholarly Writing 3
IPE 375 Introduction to Interprofessional Health Care 3

Fall year 3 (second block)

CoursesHours
Total hours5
General Education 3
NRS 442 Community Health Nursing I 2

Spring year 3 (first block)

CoursesHours
Total hours3
NRS 443 Nursing: Community Health II 3

Spring year 3 (second block)

CoursesHours
Total hours4
NRS 482 Advanced Leadership and Management for Registered Nurses 4

Choose two blocks for two general education courses (6 credits total). We suggest taking courses in a block with another general education course.