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  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
St. Philip’s College Schedule/Catalog 2014-2015 [Archived Catalog]

Associate of Science, concentration in Pre-Nursing


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The nursing profession positively affects the delivery of health care in a variety of settings. The mission of the Associate degree with a concetnration in Pre-Nursing curriculum is to prepare students for further studies that will result in obtaining either a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN). Pre-nursing studies integrate theory and research-based knowledge from the arts, humanities and sciences to develop a foundation for good nursing practice. Additionally, students will acquire written, spoken, and technological skills to communicate effectively in the work place.

Several nursing programs are offered through area colleges and universities. Requirements vary depending on the nursing program institution and can change from one year to the next. Students planning to apply and transfer to certified nursing programs should consult with their faculty advisor for further information concerning the specific requirements.

Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 62)


Communication (10) Core – 2 courses (6 credit hours)


Mathematics (20) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Humanities (40) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Creative Arts (50) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Select 1 course from the Creative Arts (50) Core 

Government (70) Core - 2 courses (6 credit hours)


Social and Behavioral Sciences (80) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Additional Communication (90) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Select 1 course from the Additional Communication (90) Core 

Additional Language, Philosophy & Culture (90) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Select 1 course from the Additional Language, Philosophy and Culture (90) Core 

Notes:


* Students Applying to UTHSC will also need to complete CHEM 1407.

A course may be used only once to fulfill degree requirements.

The student is encouraged to carefully examine requirements at the transfer institution. Requirements vary from institution to institution and can change from one year to the next.

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