Bachelor of Science in Nursing


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Course Overview

The bachelor’s degree prepares nurses for a wide variety of professional roles and graduate study. Course work includes nursing science, research, leadership, and related areas that inform the practice of nursing. It also provides the student with general education in math, humanities and social sciences. An undergraduate degree affords opportunities for greater career advancement and higher salary options. It is often a prerequisite for teaching, administrative, consulting and research roles. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
NUR 101 Communication Skills 5
NUR 102 Nursing Foundation 5
NUR 103 Introduction to Nursing Research and Statistics 5
NUR 104 Computer Fundamentals and Application 5
NUR 105 Introduction to Nursing Education 5
NUR 106 Microbiology 5
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
NUR 111 Nutrition and Diabetics 5
NUR 112 Introduction to Nursing Administration 5
NUR 113 English Methods 5
NUR 114 Human Growth and Development 5
NUR 115 Nursing Management 5
NUR 116 Pediatric Child Health Nursing 5
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
NUR 201 Sociology of Communication 5
NUR 202 Material Nursing 5
NUR 203 Management of Nursing Services and Education 5
NUR 204 Oncology Nursing 5
NUR 205 Advanced Nursing Research and Statistics 5
NUR 206 Neurosciences Nursing 5
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
NUR 211 Psychology of Health 5
NUR 212 Pharmacology 5
NUR 213 Educational Technology 5
NUR 214 Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing 5
NUR 215 Pathology 5
NUR 216 Genetics 5
Course Code Fifth Semester Courses Credit
NUR 301 Community Health Nursing 5
NUR 302 Midwifery and Obstetric Nursing 5
NUR 303 Health Services Organizational Behavior 5
NUR 304 Physiology 5
NUR 305 Biophysics and Biochemistry 5
NUR 306 Nephro – Urology Nursing 5
Course Code Sixth Semester Courses Credit
NUR 311 Orthopedic Nursing 5
NUR 312 Gastro Enterology Nursing 5
NUR 313 Anatomy 5
NUR 314 Health Law 5
NUR 315 Bachelor Thesis 10


Career Opportunities

Graduates of the baccalaureate program in nursing have a vast array of employment opportunities open to them. Employment settings include trauma centers, community hospitals, home health agencies, rehabilitation centers, long-term care facilities, hospice agencies, schools, industrial and organizational settings, and the military, to name a few.

In addition, the B.S. degree is required to pursue an advanced degree in nursing, which prepares the nurse for roles such as nurse educator, nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, nurse midwife, nurse anesthetist, nurse administrator and nurse researcher. The nursing profession encompasses opportunities for a lifelong and rewarding career.


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