Undergraduate Program

Degree Offered

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.)

Nursing is a growing, vital field that provides exciting opportunities for employment in a wide variety of healthcare settings, with the added benefit of flexible working hours. Nurses work in the U.S. and internationally, with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds. Nursing education at the University of New Mexico is based on our conviction that learning is an individual and lifelong process. The goals of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) program are to prepare graduates to meet the complex healthcare needs of New Mexicans in an evolving healthcare environment and to prepare graduates for advanced nursing education.

Completion options for the B.S.N. program include:

  • B.S.N. Pre-Licensure Option
  • NMNEC Co-Enrolled ADN/B.S.N. Dual Degree Option with partnering community colleges and branch campuses
  • RN to B.S.N. Option

Objectives for the B.S.N. Program

  1. Engage in professional nursing practice that is patient-centered and culturally appropriate for individuals, families, and communities.
  2. Integrate principles of quality improvement and safety into nursing practice within healthcare organizations and systems.
  3. Deliver nursing care that is evidence-based.
  4. Demonstrate leadership behaviors through the application of policies that apply to healthcare delivery.
  5. Engage in effective interprofessional collaboration in the delivery of healthcare for quality patient outcomes.
  6. Utilize technologies for the management of information and in the delivery of patient care.

Admission Information

Requirements

All students seeking acceptance to the College of Nursing must meet requirements for admission to the University. See the Admissions section of this Catalog for information on University admission requirements.

Applications are only accepted through an online application process. Check the College of Nursing Web site for application information. This application is in addition to the application for admission to the University as an undergraduate.

Screening for admission to the College is conducted at periodic intervals. All applications, fees, and official transcripts must be received by the deadline. Students should submit applications early to allow for adequate advisement and processing of applications.

It is the goal of the College to admit a diverse student body who will serve the healthcare needs of New Mexico. To be considered for acceptance into the College of Nursing, the student must have:

B.S.N. Pre-Licensure Option

  • New Mexico residents will be given preference.
  • Achieve at least 2.75 GPA on a scale of 4.0 in all prerequisite courses in semesters 1-2.
  • Successful completion of all prerequisite coursework by the beginning of Nursing Level 1.
  • Complete the HESI A2 exam, scoring a minimum of 75% on each subtest in Basic Math Skills, Reading Comprehension, Grammar, Biology, Chemistry, Vocabulary, and General Knowledge.
  • Complete the NursingCAS application.
  • Send official college transcripts from all institutions you attended directly to NursingCAS.

NMNEC Co-Enrolled ADN/B.S.N. Dual Degree Option

  • Achieve at least a 2.75 GPA on a scale of 4.0 in all prerequisite courses in semesters 1-2.
  • Successful completion of prerequisite courses in semester 3 by the beginning of Nursing Level 1.
  • Complete the NursingCAS application.
  • Complete your community college's application.
  • Send official college transcripts from all institutions you attended directly to NursingCAS.

Selections from qualified applicants are based on the HESI A2 composite score, GPA of required classes, and other factors.

Consult the College of Nursing's Web site to see a complete list of participating NMNEC schools and find links to their respective Co-Enrolled ADN/B.S.N. Dual Degree criteria. 

RN to B.S.N. Completion Option

The University of New Mexico's online RN to B.S.N. option has specific requirements that applicants must meet to enroll. Please read the admission guidelines to ensure you qualify.

NOTE: UNM's online RN to B.S.N. option is not available to residents in some states. Please check to make sure the program is available to residents in your state before applying for admission. To see a link to a map showing where UNM has approval from State Boards of Nursing and a complete list of admission requirements, please visit the RN to B.S.N. completion option Web site

  • Achieve at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average (GPA) on all college-level coursework
  • Completion of ENGL 120 (or its equivalent).
  • Have at least 26 hours of transferable coursework.
  • Have a valid RN license or be eligible for an RN license in any U.S. state.
  • Recent graduates must obtain RN license with 14 weeks of acceptance.
  • An official transcript evaluation will be conducted only after a complete application, including transcripts, has been submitted and processed.

All transcripts should be mailed to:

The University of New Mexico
Office of Admissions
PO Box 4895
Albuquerque, NM 87196-4895

Official electronic transcripts can be sent to the following email address: apply@unm.edu

Application Deadlines

B.S.N. Pre-Licensure Option: September 15 for admission to the Spring term; February 15 for admission to the Fall term. Contact College of Nursing Advisement Office for current information. 

NMNEC Co-Enrolled ADN/B.S.N. Dual Degree Option: Consult the College of Nursing Web site for exact dates. 

RN to B.S.N. Degree Completion Option: Applications are accepted throughout the year with six start dates per year. Consult the College of Nursing Web site for further details. 

NOTE: Applicants should consult the College of Nursing Web site for current application policies.


Academic Regulations

Students in the nursing program are subject to the general regulations of the University and, in addition, to the specific regulations in the College of Nursing.

Students in the College of Nursing must be enrolled in nursing courses and/or progressing toward the Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Students failing to meet this requirement are subject to administrative enrollment cancellation.

For B.S.N. Pre-Licensure students: Because of constraints in clinical facilities, a student must notify the College of Nursing in writing of his or her intent to return, even if an absence in enrollment has been for one term. Notice must be received by March 15 for return in the Summer or Fall term and by November 1 for the Spring term. College of Nursing students who do not enroll in the University for three terms or more must reapply for admission to the College of Nursing and the University of New Mexico. Because a returning student is subject to the regulations of the Catalog in effect at the time of readmission, a re-evaluation of the student’s academic standing is performed. The student must receive academic advisement prior to registration.

For B.S.N. Pre-Licensure students: Because clinical spaces are limited, all students are expected to pre-register for clinical courses prior to the end of the current term. Priority for clinical space is given to full-time students who are progressing satisfactorily, then to part-time progressing students with a pre-approved plan of studies, and last to students who are repeating or returning after an absence from the program.

Undergraduate Grade Requirements

The passing grade for all core and prerequisite courses is "C" or 73% (not "C-"). The passing grade for all NMNEC College of Nursing courses is "C" or 77%. Students who do not earn a grade of "C" (77%) or better in any required nursing course, or who withdraw from a course, are not allowed to progress. Prior to repeating a nursing course, the student's record is reviewed by the academic advisor; progress is monitored by the advisor. Students who do not earn a grade of "C" (77%) or better in any nursing course on the second attempt or on any two nursing courses or who withdraw from any two nursing courses are disenrolled from the College of Nursing. There is a mandatory waiting period before they may reapply; the length of time is determined by NMNEC and is currently 2 years. Please refer to the College of Nursing Student Handbook for further grade and progression policies. 

NOTE: Students must achieve a passing HESI Exit Exam score to progress to NURS 419L.

RN to B.S.N. students who do not earn a grade of "C" (77%) or better in any two required upper-division nursing courses, including repeating a course in which a grade of below "C" (77%) was previously earned, are disenrolled from the College of Nursing.

Prior to repeating a nursing course, the student’s record is reviewed by the academic advisor; progress is monitored by the advisor. Students receiving a grade of "C-" or below in any two required upper-division nursing courses and not allowed to continue in the College of Nursing are entitled to file an exception to the policy. However, students are not allowed to enroll in any nursing classes until the exception process is final.

Students who have failed a course may only re-enroll in the course AFTER the failing grade is officially recorded on the student's record. This process may NOT be started prior to the posting of the grade. Likewise, students who have received an Incomplete in a course may only re-enroll in the course AFTER the Incomplete grade is officially recorded on the student's record. This process may NOT be started prior to the posting of the grade.

Probation and Suspension

An undergraduate student is placed on academic probation when the overall grade point average drops below 2.00. The student is subject to suspension if the cumulative grade point average does not rise during the first probationary period or if the cumulative grade point average is less than 2.00 at the end of the second term of the probationary period. Students who do not earn a grade of "C" or better must have an approved learning plan for progression.

Failure and Readmission Policy

There is a waiting period before students may reapply to the College of Nursing; current policies are provided in the College of Nursing Student Handbook. An evaluation of the student’s application is performed. Should the student gain readmission, he or she is subject to the regulations of the Catalog at the time of readmission. The student must receive academic advisement prior to registration. If a student is readmitted, he or she is required to start at the beginning of the program.

Requirements for Graduation

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is granted to B.S.N. Pre-Licensure and Co-Enrolled ADN/B.S.N. Dual Degree students upon fulfillment of the following:

  1. Completion of 128 credit hours of coursework of the prescribed curriculum.
  2. Completion of the University of New Mexico Core Curriculum.
  3. Completion of at least 55 credit hours of upper-division coursework. Such courses are numbered 300 or above.
  4. Compliance with the minimum residence requirements, as stated in the General Academic Regulations section of this Catalog.
  5. Maintenance of an overall grade point average of 2.00 minimum.
  6. Unanimous recommendation for the degree by the faculty of the College of Nursing.
  7. Successful completion of all UNM College of Nursing grade and graduation requirements as set forth under the "Undergraduate Grade Requirements" section of this page.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is granted to RN to B.S.N. degree completion students upon fulfillment of the following requirements:

  1. Completion of 128 credit hours of coursework of the prescribed curriculum.
  2. Completion of the University of New Mexico Core Curriculum.
  3. Completion of 64 credit hours of upper-division coursework. Such courses are numbered 300 or above.
  4. Compliance with the minimum residence requirements, as stated in the General Academic Regulations section of this Catalog.
  5. Maintenance of an overall grade point average of 2.00 minimum.
  6. Unanimous recommendation for the degree by the faculty of the College of Nursing.

B.S.N. Pre-Licensure Degree Completion Option

The B.S.N. Pre-Licensure completion option is designed for individuals seeking to become a registered nurse. Students take their nursing courses at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center campus. This option prepares students to take the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam with the New Mexico State Board of Nursing.

All specified prerequisite courses (grade of "C" or better), as delineated in the current College of Nursing curriculum worksheet, must be completed before submitting an application. All freshman classes and sophomore Semester 1 classes must be completed prior to the start of Level 1.   

Requirements:

  • 3 semesters of prerequisites.
  • 5 consecutive terms, including summers, upon admission to the College of Nursing.
  • Coursework at the UNM College of Nursing, Albuquerque, NM campus.
  • Experiential clinical courses in a hospital or clinical setting. 

NMNEC Co-Enrolled ADN/B.S.N. Dual Degree Completion Option

The UNM College of Nursing is a member of the New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC). NMNEC is a consortium of New Mexico education programs, organizations, and individuals with a deep commitment to excellence in nursing that results in high-quality healthcare for all New Mexicans.

New Mexico Education Consortium (NMNEC) Co-Enrolled ADN/B.S.N. Dual Degree option students are defined as nursing students based at a community college or branch campuses who are co-enrolled at both the community college and the partnering university to earn their B.S.N. degree. This option also prepares students to take the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam with the New Mexico State Board of Nursing.

Requirements:

  • 3 semesters of prerequisites.
  • 5 terms upon admission.
  • Coursework delivered at the community college campus/branch campus.
  • Experiential clinical courses in a hospital or clinical setting arranged by your local community college.

Program of Study

The Pre-Licensure B.S.N. completion option is scheduled in five terms. Students in the Albuquerque UNM College of Nursing program are required to attend year-round and students complete the curriculum in 20 months. Students in the NMNEC Co-Enrolled ADN/B.S.N. Dual Degree option follow their respective community college academic calendars. There are five levels in the nursing curriculum, with one level completed each term.

Credit
Hours
YEAR 1 Semester 1
ENGL 110
(or ENGL 112;
or ENGL 113)
Accelerated Composition
(or Composition II;
or Enhanced Composition)
3
BIOL 123
-and-
BIOL 124L
Biology for Health Related Sciences and Non-Majors

Biology for Health Related Sciences and Non-Majors Lab
4
MATH 101
-and-
MATH 102
-and-
MATH 103
Intermediate Algebra Part 1

Intermediate Algebra Part 2

Intermediate Algebra Part 3
3
PSY 105 General Psychology 3
UNM Core 3
Subtotal 16
Semester 2
ENGL 120 Composition III 3
CHEM 111L General Chemistry 4
NURS 224 Application of Growth and Development to Health Care 3
NUTR 244 Human Nutrition 3
STAT 145 Introduction to Statistics 3
Subtotal 16
YEAR 2 Semester 1
BIOL 237 Anatomy and Physiology I 3
BIOL 239 Microbiology for Health Sciences and Non-Majors 4
NURS 239 Pathophysiology I 3
UNM Core 3
UNM Core 3
Subtotal 16
Admission to Nursing Program
Level 1 Nursing
BIOL 238 Anatomy and Physiology II 3
NURS 201 Introduction to Nursing Concepts 3
NURS 220L Principles of Nursing Practice 4
NURS 240 Pathophysiology II 3
NURS 332 Evidence-Based Practice 3
Subtotal 16
Level 2 Nursing
NURS 238 Nursing Pharmacology 3
NURS 303 Health Care Participant 3
NURS 321L Assessment and Health Promotion 4
NURS 351 Health and Illness Concepts I 3
UNM Core 3
Subtotal 16
Level 3 Nursing
NURS 322L Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions 4
NURS 352 Health and Illness Concepts II 3
NURS 390 Professional Nursing Concepts I 3
UNM Core 3
Nursing Elective* 3
Subtotal 16
Level 4 Nursing
NURS 401L Clinical Intensive I 4
NURS 402L Clinical Intensive II 4
NURS 453 Health and Illness Concepts III 4
CJ 130  Public Speaking (UNM Core Area 1: Writing and Speaking) 3
Nursing Elective* 3
Subtotal 18
Level 5 Nursing
NURS 419L Capstone 4
NURS 403L Clinical Intensive III 4
NURS 454L Concept Synthesis 3
NURS 491 Professional Nursing Concepts II 3
Subtotal 14
Total 128


*Includes NURS 498 and NURS 499 
(if the student is eligible and seeks departmental honors)

The grade of "C" or better is required in all courses.

Contact the College of Nursing Advisement Office for curriculum planning.

Students who participate in the University Honors Program may apply General Studies seminars to satisfy appropriate requirements upon approval by the Dean of the College of Nursing.

See the University of New Mexico Schedule of Classes for further information prior to registration. It is the student’s responsibility to meet all departmental requirements.


RN to B.S.N. Degree Completion Option

The RN to B.S.N. degree completion option is available for registered nurses (RNs) primarily through online courses, with the exception of a final synthesis course. Individual arrangements are made for synthesis hours. See College of Nursing Web site for advisement details.

All RNs seeking entrance into the College of Nursing must meet requirements for admission to the University and to the College of Nursing, specifically: a valid RN license or be eligible for an RN license in any U.S. state (which must be kept current throughout enrollment), a 2.5 cumulative GPA, and at least 26 credit hours of college coursework applicable to the B.S.N. degree. Recent graduates must obtain an RN license within 14 weeks of acceptance. 

A requirement of the College of Nursing is that all students complete ENGL 120 Composition III prior to enrolling in any upper-division nursing courses. 

College credit earned in associate-degree nursing programs or in hospital-based diploma schools of nursing is transferable to the University, provided the original program was offered in a regionally accredited institution and the nursing program was accredited by the National League for Nursing. Such credit may be applied toward meeting the graduation requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. See Transfer of Credit.

A Plan of Studies (POS) for each student is determined at the time of enrollment into the RN to B.S.N. option program. Students are expected to follow the POS throughout the program and should work with an academic advisor for any changes. Each RN student must demonstrate achievement of the outcomes expected of all College of Nursing baccalaureate students. All upper-division nursing courses, with the exception of NURS 301 and NURS 302, are 3 credit hours and are offered in 7-week blocks. Students are expected to take two courses consecutively (7 weeks each, back-to-back) every term.

Each RN student is counseled individually to help clarify career goals and to plan an educational program that is of greatest benefit in meeting those goals.

Prospective RN students are urged to contact the College of Nursing Student Services Office prior to registration. The College of Nursing supports career mobility for nurses.

Program of Study

Credit
Hours
UNM Core Curriculum
ENGL 110
(or ENGL 112;
or ENGL 113)
Accelerated Composition
(or Composition II;
or Enhanced Composition)
3
Additional Writing and Speaking Course 3
Physical/Natural Sciences 7
Social/Behavioral Sciences 6
Humanities 6
Foreign Language 3
Fine Arts 3
Subtotal 31
UNM College of Nursing Required Courses
ENGL 120 Composition III 3
NURS 239 Pathophysiology I 3
NURS 240 Pathophysiology II 3
STAT 145 Introduction to Statistics (also applicable to UNM Core) 3
Subtotal 12
RN to B.S.N. Completion Option Track (24 hours)
NURS 301 Professional Communication for Nurses 1
NURS 302 Advancement of Professional Nursing 2
NURS 404 Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice 3
NURS 405 Genetic Literacy Across the Lifespan 3
NURS 406 Nursing in the Community 3
NURS 407 Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations 3
NURS 408 Professional Leadership and Management Roles in Nursing 3
NURS 409 Health Policy, Economics and Systems 3
NURS 410 Foundations of Leading Change and Advancing Health 3
Subtotal 24
Lower-Division Electives (ADN and previous transferable coursework not utilized in Core) 55
Upper-Division Electives* (Must be UNM Nursing Courses Numbered 300-499) 6
Total 128


*
Upper-division courses may be taken in any sequence determined by the student’s Plan of Studies and course availability, with three exceptions: NURS 301 and NURS 302 must be taken concurrently at the beginning of the program and must be passed in order to progress, and NURS 410 is the final course, with all the upper-division Nursing courses as prerequisites.


Departmental Honors Program

The purposes of the Departmental Honors Program are:

  1. to utilize knowledge in nursing and related fields in the study process;
  2. to provide the honors student a full opportunity for participating in scholarly activities in small-group discussion and written and oral expression.

Requirements for Departmental Honors are:

  1. University of New Mexico grade point average of at least a 3.50 to enroll in Honors courses and to graduate with Departmental Honors;
  2. 6 credit hours in honor study (NURS 498 and NURS 499);
  3. at least 60 credit hours earned at the University;
  4. application for honors with approval of the faculty.

Dean’s List: At the end of each term, the names of students who have outstanding academic records are put on the Dean’s List, which is made available to University and outside news media. To qualify for the Dean’s List in the College of Nursing, a student must have carried at least 12 credit hours at UNM and made a grade point average of 3.50 or better for that term.


Courses

NURS 129. Topics. (1-3)



NURS 201. Introduction to Nursing Concepts. (3)



NURS 220L. Principles of Nursing Practice. (4)



NURS 224. Application of Growth and Development to Health Care. (3)



NURS 229. Topics. (1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



NURS 238. Pharmacology in Nursing and the Health Professions. (3)



NURS 239. Pathophysiology I. (3)



NURS 240. Pathophysiology II. (3)



NURS 293. Nursing Topics. (1-6)



NURS 297. Independent Study. (1-3, no limit Δ)



NURS 301. Professional Communication for Nurses. (1)



NURS 302. Advancement of Professional Nursing. (2)



NURS 303. Health Care Participant. (3)



NURS 321L. Assessment and Health Promotion. (4)



NURS 322L. Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions. (4)



NURS 329. Topics. (1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



NURS 332. Evidence-Based Practice. (3)



NURS 351. Health and Illness Concepts I. (3)



NURS 352. Health and Illness Concepts II. (3)



NURS 390. Professional Nursing Concepts I. (3)



NURS 397. Independent Study. (1-3, no limit Δ)



NURS 401L. Clinical Intensive I. (4)



NURS 402L. Clinical Intensive II. (4)



NURS 403L. Clinical Intensive III. (4)



NURS 404. Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ [3])



NURS 405. Genetic Literacy Across the Lifespan. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ [3])



NURS 406. Nursing in the Community. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ [3])



NURS 407. Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ [3])



NURS 408. Professional Leadership and Management Roles in Nursing. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ [3])



NURS 409. Health Policy, Economics and Systems. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ [3])



NURS 410. Foundations of Leading Change and Advancing Health. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ [3])



NURS 419L. Capstone. (4)



NURS 421. Nurse Intern Professional Knowledge Development. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



NURS 422. Nurse Intern Professional Role Development. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



NURS *429. Topics. (1-6, no limit Δ)



NURS 432. UNMH Nurse Residency Program. (1, may be repeated twice Δ)



NURS 433. Introduction to Holistic Nursing. (3)



NURS 441. Evidence-Based Application of Health Assessment Skills. (4)



NURS 447L. Family and Community Health Practicum. (4)



NURS 448. Application of Health and Illness Concepts. (4)



NURS 453. Health and Illness Concepts III. (4)



NURS 454L. Concept Synthesis. (3)



NURS 464. Community Maternal Child Health I: Models of Care. (1)



NURS 465. Community Maternal Child Health II: Family Centered Birthing Care. (1)



NURS 466. Community Maternal Child Health III: Building a Healthy Family. (1)



NURS 467. Basic Fetal Monitoring. (2)



NURS 468. Neonatal Resuscitation Program Provider. (1)



NURS 469. Special Populations in Obstetrics. (3)



NURS 471. Breastfeeding. (3)



NURS 473. End of Life Care. (3)



NURS 474. Patient Education. (3)



NURS 477. Interdisciplinary Geriatric Care. (3)



NURS 478. Care of the Veteran. (3)



NURS 480. Complementary and Alternative Medicine. (3)



NURS 481. Applications of Epidemiology to Community Health Problems. (3)



NURS 482. Genetics and Genomics in Nursing, Health Care and Society. (3)



NURS 491. Professional Nursing Concepts II. (3)



NURS 497. Independent Study. (1-3, no limit Δ)



NURS 498. Honors Study in Nursing I. (1 or 2, may be repeated once Δ)



NURS 499. Honors Study in Nursing II. (1-3, may be repeated once Δ)



NURS 501. Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing. (3)



NURS 503. Research in Nursing. (3)



NURS 505. Health Care Policy, Systems and Financing for Advanced Practice Roles. (3)



NURS 508. Human Resource Management in the Changing Healthcare Environment. (3)



NURS 509. Teaching in Nursing. (3)



NURS 510. Curriculum Design and Program Evaluation. (3)



NURS 511. Assessment and Evaluation of Learning in Nursing Education. (2)



NURS 512. Finance for Nurse Leaders in Contemporary Healthcare. (4)



NURS 513. Quality Management in a Transformative Healthcare Environment. (4)



NURS 514. Transforming Organizations through Healthcare Reform. (4)



NURS 515. Nurse Educator Roles and Professional Issues. (3)



NURS 523. Advanced Health Assessment for Nurse Educators. (2)



NURS 525. Primary Care Concepts. (3)



NURS 526. Pathophysiology in Advanced Practice Nursing. (3)



NURS 534. Primary Care Geriatrics. (2)



NURS 535. Primary Care of Adults I. (4)



NURS 536. Primary Care of Adults II. (3)



NURS 537. Primary Care of Adults III. (4)



NURS 538. Case Studies in Diagnostic Reasoning. (1)



NURS 539. Advanced Pediatric Health and Developmental Assessment. (3)



NURS 540. Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning. (3)



NURS 541. Antepartum-Postpartum for FNP. (1)



NURS 542. Primary Care of Pediatrics I. (3 or 4)



NURS 543. Pharmacological Principles of Clinical Therapeutics. (3)



NURS 544. Antepartum and Postpartum Care. (1-7, may be repeated once Δ)



NURS 546. Primary Care of Pediatrics II. (4 or 5)



NURS 547. Pediatric Chronic Illness/Special Needs. (4)



NURS 548. Women's Health. (1-4, may be repeated once Δ)



NURS 549. Adolescent Health. (3)



NURS 550. Intrapartum Care. (1-9, may be repeated once Δ)



NURS 551. Newborn Care. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



NURS 552. Evidence-Based Care in Nurse Midwifery. (1)



NURS 553. Nurse-Midwifery Professional Practice. (1)



NURS 554. The Evidence Base for APRN Primary Care Practice. (1)



NURS 555. Management of the Acutely Ill Adult-Gerontology Patient. (4)



NURS 557. Biophysical and Psychosocial Concepts of Health and Illness. (4)



NURS 560. Differential Diagnosis for Advanced Practice. (3)



NURS 561. AG-ACNP Practicum I. (3)



NURS 562. Management of the Complex and Chronically Ill Adult-Gerontology Patient. (4)



NURS 563. AG-ACNP Practicum II. (5)



NURS 564. Health Promotion, Protection, and Disease Prevention for Acute, Critical or Chronically Ill Adults. (3)



NURS 565. Management of the Critically Ill Adult-Gerontology Patient. (4)



NURS 566. Advanced Diagnostic and Therapeutic Skills. (3)



NURS 568. ACNP Clinical Topics I. (3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



NURS 569. ACNP Clinical Topics II. (3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



NURS 583. Psychotherapy, Behavior Change, and Health Promotion-Disease Prevention Across the Lifespan. (3)



NURS 584. Integrated Behavioral Health Care and Common Psychiatric Presentations. (3)



NURS 585. Advanced Assessment, Neurobiology, and Psychopharmacology Across the Lifespan. (3)



NURS 586. Diagnosis and Management of Adults for the PMHNP. (3)



NURS 587. Diagnosis and Management of Children and Older Adults for the PMHNP. (3)



NURS 588. Advanced Practicum I. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ [3])



NURS 589. Advanced Practicum II. (3)



NURS 591. Graduate Problems. (1-6, no limit Δ)



NURS 592. Clinical Specialty Practicum. (2)



NURS 593. Topics. (1-6, no limit Δ)



NURS 594. Advanced Practice Seminar. (1)



NURS 595. Advanced Nursing Field Work. (1-7, no limit Δ)



NURS 596. Professional Paper. (1)



NURS 597. Applied Examination. (1)



NURS 599. Nursing Thesis I. (1-6, no limit Δ)



NURS 600. Philosophical Foundations of Nursing Science. (3)



NURS 601. Theory I: Methods and Processes of Nursing Knowledge Development. (3)



NURS 602. Theory II: Synthesis of Knowledge for Nursing Inquiry. (3)



NURS 605. Symptom Management Science. (3)



NURS 606. Quantitative Methods in Health Research. (3)



NURS 607. Qualitative Methods in Health Research. (3)



NURS 608. Environments of Human Health and Nursing. (3)



NURS 609. Family Health: Concepts, Issues and Outcomes. (3)



NURS 611. Rural and Cultural Health. (3)



NURS 612. Health Outcomes Research. (3)



NURS 613. Mixed Methods Research. (3)



NURS 615. Critical Ethnography and CBPR in Health Care Research. (3)



NURS 616. Secondary Data in Health Research. (3)



NURS 620. Health Care Statistics I. (3)



NURS 621. Health Care Statistics II. (3)



NURS 623. Advanced Qualitative Methods. (3)



NURS 640. Health Policy, Politics, and Evidence. (3)



NURS 641. Health Disparities and Policy. (3)



NURS 642. Applied Health Economics. (3)



NURS 648. Introduction to Health Policy Field Placement. (1)



NURS 649. Health Policy Field Placement. (3)



NURS 690. Ph.D. Seminar. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ [1-3, no limit Δ])



NURS 691. Independent Study. (1-3, no limit Δ)



NURS 693. Topics. (1-6, no limit Δ)



NURS 694. Research Practicum. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



NURS 699. Dissertation. (3-9, no limit Δ)



NURS 702. Applied Epidemiology in Advanced Nursing Practice. (3)



NURS 703. Applied Clinical Research in Advanced Nursing Practice. (3)



NURS 705. The Business and Policy of Practice and Their Influence on the U.S. Health Care System. (3)



NURS 706. Organizational Systems and Quality Management for Advanced Nursing Practice. (3)



NURS 715. Genetics and Genomics for Advanced Practice Nursing. (3)



NURS 720. Etiology and Management of Complex Health and Illness in Rural Health. (3)



NURS 724. Professional Concepts and Issues for Advanced Nursing Practice. (3)



NURS 725. Principles of Advanced Nursing Management. (3)



NURS 726. Leading Organizational Change. (3)



NURS 727. Health Care Innovations and Informatics. (3)



NURS 791. Independent Study. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



NURS 793. Topics. (1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



NURS 795. Advanced Nursing Practice Residency. (1-10 to a maximum of 10 Δ)



NURS 796. D.N.P. Capstone Seminar. (1)



NURS 797. D.N.P. Capstone Project. (1-8 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



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