Curriculum Plan for Undergraduate Prelicensure BSN Track Students
|NUR 301†||EPNP: The Discipline of Professional Nursing||2|
|NUR 302||EPNP: Foundations and Health Assessment||7|
|NUR 303||EPNP: The Well Community||2|
|NUR 306||EPNP: Human Pathophysiology & Pharmacological Principles||5|
|NUR 304||EPNP: Adult Health||8|
|NUR 307||EPNP: The Older Adult||2|
|NUR 305||EPNP: Mental Health||6|
|NUR 400||EPNP: Adult with High Acuity Needs||9|
|NUR 407||EPNP: Maternal-Child||5|
|NUR 403||EPNP: Nursing Research||3|
|NUR 404||EPNP: Leadership & Role Practicum||7|
|NUR 405||EPNP: Infants and Children||5|
|NUR 406||EPNP: The Community at Risk||3|
† EPNP is a term incorporated from the American Association of College of Nursing (AACN) The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice (2008).
Pre-requisites (freshman and sophomore years) should be completed prior to enrollment in nursing.
Refer to the 2017-2018 Catalog for prerequisites and course descriptions.
Graduation Requirements - 121 semester credit hours with 64 semester credit hours of nursing and 57 credit hours of general education.
Pre-nursing students enrolled at the Mercer Macon Campus in the College of Liberal Arts as freshmen will complete additional credit hours through UNV 101 and FYS courses.
For further information please contact us at: (678) 547-6700 or e-mail us at GBCN Admissions.