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Department of Nursing

University of Central Missouri
University Health Center 106
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4775





Proposed Schedule of Classes

Proposed schedule of classes for one year RN to Baccalaureate completion.

Fall Semester (first 8 weeks)
*NUR 4050 Professional Nurs. Dimensions & Perspect. (offered Fall and Spring)
*NUR 4010 Health and Physical Assessment (offered Fall and Spring)
Choice of Upper Division Nursing Elective
Total Credits


4 online
3 online
2 online
9 credits

Fall Semester (second 8 weeks)
NUR 4052 Advanced Concepts of Wellness for RNs (offered Fall and Spring)
NUR 4111 Socio-Econ Factors Impacting Health (offered Fall and Spring)
Total Credits


3 online
3 online
6 credits
Spring Semester (first 8 weeks)
NUR 4012 Evidence-based Practice/Research (offered Fall and Spring)
NUR 4406 Concepts of Com Health Nursing (offered Fall and Spring)
NUR 4407 Concepts of Com Health Nursing Practicum (offered Fall and Spring)
Total Credits

2 online
3 online
2 online
7 credits
Spring Semester (second 8 weeks)
NUR 4200 Pathophysiology (offered Fall and Spring)
NUR 4608 Concepts of Nursing Leadership in Management (offered Fall and Spring)
NUR 4609 Concepts of Nursing Leadership in Management Practicum (offered Fall and Spring)
Total Credits

3 online
4 online
1 online
8 credits
Summer Semester
Check summer schedule for classes offered.
 
Total Program Credit Hours 30

Nursing electives may be taken any time after sophomore standing is achieved. One nursing elective is required from the following for Nursing Majors:

NUR 4020 Grief & Loss (offered Spring only)        
NUR 4040 Nursing Informatics (offered Fall and Spring)
NUR 4210 Wellness of US Veterans and Military Families
NUR 4405 Aging of Self & Others  (offered Fall and Spring)



2 online
2 online
2 online
2 online

*NOTE: Must be taken before practicum

Please note NUR 4608 and NUR 4609 must be the last two courses taken prior to graduation.

Some RN students with an Associate of Arts degree from colleges with agreements with UCM may not be required to take any additional general education courses. Other RN students with associate degrees (examples AS, ADN) may be required to take additional general education courses to meet UCM's general education requirements. The nursing prerequisite courses must be met prior to entering the RN BS in Nursing Program.