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Winni Stevenson
775-753-2300
winni.stevenson
@gbcnv.edu

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RN to BSN Nursing Program Curriculum

Choose Your Track!

Finish your degree while you work! GBC offers multiple track pathways that provide flexibility to accommodate your lifestyle:

3-Semester Track

First Semester (Fall)

First Semester (Fall)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 326
Transition to Professional Nursing
5
NURS 420
Evidence-Based Practice and Research in Nursing
3
NURS 443
Nusing Leadership and Management Theory
4
NURS 449
Nursing Leadership and Management Practicum
4

Second Semester (Spring)

Second Semester (Spring)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 429
Population Focused Community Health Theory
4
NURS 436
Population Focused Community Health Practicum
4
NURS 437
Diversity and Healthcare in Policy in Rural Environments
3

Third Semester (Summer)

Third Semester (Summer)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 417
Information Systems and Quality Management
4
NURS 456
Senior Synthesis Seminar
5

Elective (choose one)

Elective (choose one)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 312
Health Assessment and Health Promotion (Spring)
3
NURS 337
Pathophysiology (Fall)
3
NURS 490
Special Topics in Nursing
3

General Education

General Education
Course
Description
Credits
CHEM 100
Molecules and Life in the Modern World Humanities
3
Humanities
3
Fine Arts
3
INT 339
Integrative Humanities OR
3
INT 349
Integrative Social Science Seminar
3
MATH 120
Fundamentals of College Mathematics OR higher
3

Traditional Track

First Semester (Fall)

First Semester (Fall)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 326
Transition to Professional Nursing
5
NURS 443
Nusing Leadership and Management Theory
4
NURS 449
Nursing Leadership and Management Practicum
4

Second Semester (Spring)

Second Semester (Spring)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 429
Population Focused Community Health Theory
4
NURS 436
Population Focused Community Health Practicum
4

Third Semester (Fall)

Third Semester (Fall)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 417
Information Systems and Quality Management
4
NURS 420
Evidence-Based Practice and Research in Nursing
4

Fourth Semester (Spring)

Fourth Semester (Spring)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 437
Diversity and Healthcare Policy in Rural Environments
3
NURS 456
Senior Synthesis Seminar
5

Elective

Elective
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 312
Health Assessment and Health Promotion (Spring)
3
NURS 337
Pathophysiology (Fall)
3

General Education

General Education
Course
Description
Credits
CHEM 100
Molecules and Life in the Modern World
3
Humanities
3
Fine Arts
3
INT 339
Integrative Humanities OR
3
INT 349
Integrative Social Science Seminar
3
MATH 120
Fundamentals of College Mathematics OR higher
3

Part-time Track

First Semester (Fall)

First Semester (Fall)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 326
Transition to Professional Nursing
5
NURS 420
Evidence-Based Practice and Research in Nursing
3

Second Semester (Spring)

Second Semester (Spring)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 429
Population Focused Community Health Theory
4
NURS 436
Population Focused Community Health Practicum
4

Third Semester (Fall)

Third Semester (Fall)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 443
Nusing Leadership and Management Theory
4
NURS 449
Nursing Leadership and Management Practicum
4

Fourth Semester (Spring)

Fourth Semester (Spring)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 437
Diversity and Healthcare in Policy in Rural Environments
3

Fifth Semester (Fall)

Course
Description
Credits
NURS 417
Information Systems and Quality Management
4

Sixth Semester (Spring)

Sixth Semester (Spring)
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 456
Senior Synthesis Seminar
5

Elective

Elective
Course
Description
Credits
NURS 312
Health Assessment and Health Promotion (Spring)
3
NURS 337
Pathophysiology (Fall) 3
3
NURS 490
Special Topics in Nursing
3

General Education

General Education
Course
Description
Credits
CHEM 100
Molecules and Life in the Modern World Humanities
3
Humanities
3
Fine Arts
3
INT 339
Integrative Humanities OR
3
INT 349
Integrative Social Science Seminar
3
MATH 120
Fundamentals of College Mathematics OR higher
3

For More Information Contact

Winni Stevenson
775-753-2300
winni.stevenson@gbcnv.edu

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