BS in Nursing
Students pursuing a BSN degree that leads to nursing licensure complete two years of course work in the pre-professional division of the College of Nursing. Following completion of prerequisite courses, the student applies for admission to the upper division. Students take nursing courses on the Health Science Campus. 120 semester credit hours are required for graduation.
Admission to the upper division professional nursing program is competitive and based on cumulative GPA. A minimum higher education GPA of 3.0 is required to apply. Prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher. Because the number of seats available for starting upper division study each semester is limited; students are encouraged to maintain a cumulative GPA above 3.0.
Nursing advisors will assist students to determine semester for application to the major. Prerequisite courses must be completed prior to beginning nursing major. Application deadlines are subject to change: please check with nursing advisors.
Application to the major will include the higher education cumulative GPA without benefit of grade deletion. This means that a GPA will include the first grade earned for the course as well as the grade earned for a repeated course. Grades from all college courses determine GPA.
Below is a sample plan of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.
BS in Nursing - 4 Year
Students accepted into the College of Nursing should be academically prepared to be placed into MATH 2600 and CHEM 1120, otherwise students will be required to take MATH 1200 or MATH 1180 and/or CHEM 1110. The additional course credit can be used to meet the total credit hours required for graduation.
Students are required to successfully complete 120 credit hours with an overall grade point average of 2.0 or higher.
Students should consult their Degree Audit for coursework that fulfills the University of Toledo Core Curriculum.
The College of Nursing has full approval of the Ohio Board of Nursing and is nationally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
|CHEM 1120||Chemistry For Health Sciences||4|
|ENGL 1110||College Composition I||3|
|NURS 1000||Professional Nursing Orientation||1|
|PSY 1010||Principles Of Psychology||3|
|ENGL 2950||Science And Technical Report Writing||3|
|HEAL 1800||Medical Terminology||3|
|EXSC 2560||Anatomy and Physiology I||3|
|EXSC 2460||Human Anatomy And Physiology I Lab||1|
|MATH 2600||Introduction To Statistics||3|
|EXSC 2570||Human Anatomy and Physiol II||3|
|EXSC 2470||Human Anatomy And Physiology II Lab||1|
|PSY 2510||Lifespan Developmental Psychology||3|
|Social Sciences Core||3|
|HEAL 2800||Principles Of Nutrition||3|
|EXSC 2590||Microbiology and Infectious Diseases||3|
|PHIL 3370||Medical Ethics||3|
|Diversity of US||3|
|Students must apply and be accepted into the upper division professional major. Admission is competitive based on academic performance. All major courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required to apply.|
|NURS 3040||Nursing to Promote Wellness Across the Lifespan||5|
|NURS 3080||Fundamentals of Nursing and Assessment Across the Lifespan||5|
|NURS 3150||Pathopharmacology 1||3|
|NURS 3190||Nursing Research 1||2|
|NURS 3280||Advanced Fundamentals||3|
|NURS 3290||Nursing Research 2||1|
|NURS 3300||Nursing Care of Persons with Health Challenges||4|
|NURS 3400||Family Health||4|
|NURS 3540||Pathopharmacology 2||3|
|NURS 4130||Nursing Care of Persons in Crisis 1||4|
|NURS 4240||Nursing Care of Persons in Crisis 2||8|
|NURS 4260||Professional Development||3|
|NURS 4510||Population Health||4|
|NURS 4620||Precepted Clinical Practicum||5|
|NURS 4700||Nursing Care of Persons and Families with Complex Care Needs||3|
|NURS 4760||Professional Nursing Competency||3|