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Registered Nurse (RN-BSN Track) Academic Plan

General Ed. Requirement 1

General Ed. Requirement 2

Dept Id Title Credits
ENG 1110 English Composition I 3
MATH 1100 College Algebra Trigonometry I 3
MATH 1110 Elem Stats 3
SOCI 2000 Society Human Behavior 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
ENG 1210 English Composition II 3
HEDU 1531 Health 2
HIST 1320 World Soc. 3
HUM 2410 Arts and Humanities I 3
Semester Credits:

General Ed. Requirement 3

General Ed. Requirement 4

Dept Id Title Credits
HUM 2420 Arts and Humanities II 3
MFL GEC Foreign Language II 3
PSY 2100 Gen Psyc 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
MSCM 1250 Speech Communication 3
PEDU 1541 Fitness 2
Semester Credits:

Advance Placement Courses

53.5 Advance Placement Course credits are given for completion of A D N or diploma
Science courses are included in Advanced Placement for A D N or Diploma graduates
Nursing Option Begins - The RN will complete the following nursing courses (22 credits):

Advance Placement Semester 1

Dept Id Title Credits
NURS 4520 Intro to Prof Nurs for RNs 4
NURS 4540 Special Health Care Prob for RNs 6
NURS 4550 Nurs Research for RNs 3
Semester Credits:

Advance Placement Semester 2

Dept Id Title Credits
NURS 4530 Health Assess for RNs 3
NURS 4560 Prof Role Dev for RNs 3
NURS 4580 Comm Mental Health Nurs for RNs 6
Semester Credits:
30 Credit Hours must be completed at NCCU to receive a Baccalaureate Degree.
Beginning summer, 2017 Courses are offered every 8 weeks with the exception of NURS 4550 Nursing Research and NURS 4580 Community Health Nursing

Total Credit Hours: 120 credit hours

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