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  Jul 24, 2017
 
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived]

Nursing Major-Traditional Track for Students Entering without R.N. or L.P.N. Licensure


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(99-102 credits)

The program leading to a bachelor of science degree with a major in nursing includes a four-year campus-based traditional program of study combining theory and clinical nursing courses, required support courses, and Foundational Studies courses. The baccalaureate degree is recognized as the basic preparation for professional nursing practice and prepares the graduate as a generalist. Baccalaureate nursing education is foundational for graduate study in nursing. 

Students who are admitted to the University with unconditional standing and who have satisfactorily completed all prenursing requirements may apply for admission to the major. The admission, progression, retention, dismissal, and graduation policies may be found at the nursing web site, http://www.indstate.edu/nursing

Required Cognate Courses (40-43 credits)


Remaining Foundational Studies Not Included in Cognates for Major (24-30 credits)


Health and Wellness 1 course

Non-Native Language 0-2 courses

Historical Studies 1 course

Literary Studies 1 course

Fine and Performing Arts 1 course

Global Perspectives and Cultural Diversity 1 course

Ethics and Social Responsibility 1 course

Upper-Division Integrative Elective-2 courses

Note:


Electives as needed to complete 124 credits for degree requirements.

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