Fall Junior Entry Term Course Outline
Prerequisites and Core Courses to Be Fulfilled at Prior Institution
|BIO 109 and 109L Anatomy and Physiology I||(4 credits)||BIO 110 and 110L Anatomy and Physiology II||(4 credits)|
|ENGL 110 (core) Writing in Context I||(3 credits)||ENGL 120 (core) Writing in Context II||(3 credits)|
|Open Elective||(3 credits)||Open Elective||(3 credits)|
|CHEM 109 and 110L General Chemistry**||(4 credits)||PSYCH 103 Intro to Psychology||(3 credits)|
Please note: All Students must fulfill the College of Mount Saint Vincent Core requirements, which are not included in this chart.
Courses to Be Taken at the College of Mount Saint Vincent
|Junior Fall||Junior Spring|
|NURS 219 Health Assessment||(3 credits)||NURS 229 Concepts of Nursing||(4 credits)|
|BIO 204 Genetics*||(3 credits)||BIO 211 and 211L Microbiology*||(4 credits)|
|NURS 109 Professional Role||(3 credits)||MATH 102 Computational Math||(3 credits)|
|NURS 119 Health Promotion||(3 credits)||PSYCH 326 Lifespan||(3 credits)|
|Senior Fall||Senior Spring|
|NURS 319 Adult Nursing Care I||(8 credits)||NURS 329 Adult Nursing Care II||(8 credits)|
|BIO 333 Pathophysiology||(3 credits)||BIO 334 Pharmacology||(3 credits)|
|NURS 209 Theory and Research||(3 credits)|
|Subsequent Fall||Subsequent Spring|
|NURS 431 Nursing Care of the Family I:
|(4 credits)||NURS 434 Nursing care of the Community I:
|NURS 433 Nursing Care of the Family II:
|(4 credits)||NURS 436 Nursing Care of the Community II||(3 credits)|
|NURS 409 Process of Leadership||(3 credits)||NURS 444 Case Management||(4 credits)|
A student entering in the fall of junior year will spend six semesters at the College of Mount Saint Vincent.
*Indicates a course that can be taken at a prior institution if available.
**Indicates a course that can be taken either as a prerequisite or at the College of Mount Saint Vincent. This may be fulfilled by a single, targeted course, or a two-course sequence, depending on the institution’s curriculum.