This course may be taken prior to or during the same term.
|Department:||School of Nursing|
|Semester Hours Required For Degree: 124|
The B.S.N. prepares students to become clinical generalists who are leaders, managers, and life-long learners who integrate research findings into their nursing practice. The nursing graduate of the UWF program will be capable of using the nursing process with clients of all ages, with diverse backgrounds in a variety of health care settings. The program refines clinical skills and stimulates student awareness of research applications, facilitates the practice of active inquiry, fosters the ability to think and respond critically, and promotes the desire for advanced study. This program provides a service to the health care community by increasing the number of nurses who practice professional nursing. The program also serves the population's health needs by providing quality nursing care.
This is a limited access program and acceptance to the University does not constitute admission to the upper division nursing program. A separate application must be made to the department.
In addition to the University’s general admission requirements as described in the Undergraduate Admissions section of the catalog, students seeking the B.S.N. must meet the following additional requirements at the time of application:
Upon admission the B.S.N. student will receive information concerning current UWF Nursing requirements for enrollment. These include, but may not be limited to, student health physical examination; hospital required immunizations; Level 2 criminal background check; VECHS fingerprinting; AHA BCLS certification; and drug screen.
Students earning a B.S.N. must complete the General Education, Foreign Language, and Nursing Common Pre-requisites prior to entry into the Nursing Program. Please note: nursing common pre-requisites must be completed prior to nursing application deadline date of March 1st
In addition to the General Education requirements listed on this page, students must satisfy all additional University requirements, including the Gordon Rule, multicultural, and foreign language requirements. With appropriate planning and coordination with an academic advisor, students may satisfy some of the general University requirements through the General Education curriculum. For a complete listing of general degree requirements, refer to the "Graduation and General Degree Requirements" section of this catalog.
General Education Curriculum:
|General Education Electives|
Choose an additional course from two of the three areas of Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences
BSN majors should take MAC 1105 College Algebra, or MGF 1106 Mathematics for Liberal Arts I, and STA 2023 Elements of Statistics to satisfy the mathematics component, SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology to satisfy the socio-political perspectives, DEP 2004 Human Development Across the Lifespan to meet the behavioral perspective, and the science courses identified in the common prerequisites to meet the General Education science requirements.
State mandated common prerequisites must be completed prior to graduation, but are not required for admission to the program. See the Common Prerequisite Manual for course substitutions from Florida colleges and universities.
NOTE: Nursing common prerequisites must be completed prior to departmental application deadline date of March 1st with a grade of "C" or better. Grades under a pass/fail (P/F) option will not be accepted for the nursing common pre-requisites.
|BSC 1085+L||Anatomy and Physiology I (+Lab) +||4|
|BSC 1086+L||Anatomy and Physiology II (+Lab) +||4|
|DEP 2004||Human Development Across the Lifespan +||3|
|HSC 2577||Principles of Nutrition||3|
|MCB 1000+L||Fundamentals of Microbiology (+Lab)||4|
|STA 2023||Elements of Statistics +||3|
|One science course from the following prefixes: CHM, BSC, BCH, PCB, PHY||3|
|One social science course from the following prefixes: PSY, SOP, SYG+||3|
Indicates common prerequisites which can be used to satisfy General Education requirements.
|Students must complete sufficient 1000/2000 level electives to complete at least 62 semester hours in the lower division. Current UWF students may use elective courses at any level (1000-4000) to meet this elective requirement.||0-10|
|NUR 3026||Patient Centered Care I +||4|
|NUR 3003L||Patient Centered Care I Lab +||3|
|NUR 3138||Health Assessment and Promotion in Nursing Practice +||3|
|NUR 3095||Introduction to Pharmacological Nursing +||2|
|NUR 3805||Achieving Professionalism I +||3|
|NUR 3065||Patient Centered Care II +||4|
|NUR 3065L||Patient Centered Care II Lab +||3|
|NUR 3505||Mental Health Nursing Care +||3|
|NUR 3505L||Mental Health Nursing Care Lab +||2|
|NUR 3835||Achieving Professionalism II +||2|
|NUR 4216||Patient Centered Care III +||4|
|NUR 4003L||Patient Centered Care III Lab +||3|
|NUR 4445||Patient Centered Care of Families +||3|
|NUR 4445L||Patient Centered Care of Families Lab +||2|
|NUR 4169||Integration of Evidence in Professional Nursing Practice +||3|
|NUR 4007L||Patient Centered Care IV Lab +||4|
|NUR 4257||Patient Centered Care IV +||4|
|NUR 4615||Community and Public Health Nursing +||3|
|NUR 4636L||Community and Public Health Nursing Lab +||2|
|NUR 4827||Leadership and Management in Nursing +||3|
|NUR 3871||Health Care Informatics||2|
Courses included in the major GPA
All students must pass an ATI program exit exam during NUR 4827 to qualify for graduation and RN licensing exam.