Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum
The Nursing Undergraduate Curriculum is a challenging, four-year, 136-credit academic program of high quality, and includes laboratory and clinical experiences supplemented by liberal arts courses. The College combines a liberal arts education with a professional curriculum, laying the foundation for a seamless transition to graduate education.
Freshmen and sophomores begin their nursing education with nursing theory and clinical skills courses. Much of your introductory experiences include clinical simulation and lab work conducted alongside expert faculty. With this foundation, juniors and seniors are ready to apply nursing theory and coursework to hands-on, clinical experiences at regional health care facilities.
The College of Nursing encourages students to participate in study options outside of the classroom. These opportunities include: study abroad, student-faculty research partnerships, Learning Communities, minors and ROTC options.