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1 School of Nursing School and Program Information Mission Statement Values Career Development Degrees in Nursing Graduate Programs _Nursing.indd 167 S c h o o l o f N u r s i n g 167 6/23/15 11:31 AM

2 School of Nursing Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences North Haven Campus Administrative Officers Phone Dean Jean Lange Associate Dean Lisa O Connor Assistant Dean, Career Development Cynthia Christie Undergraduate Program Phone Chair Susan Lynch Coordinator, Bachelor of Science in Nursing Rhea Sanford Director, RN to BSN Completion Cory Ann Boyd Director, Accelerated BSN Cory Ann Boyd Graduate Program Chair Laima Karosas Director of FNP and AGNP Tracks Susan D Agostino Director of CRNA Tracks Judy Thompson School of Nursing

3 Mission Statement To provide leadership in nursing and health care through innovative undergraduate and graduate education that embraces holism, interprofessionalism and inclusivity. Vision To prepare transformational leaders in health care. Values School of Nursing values include: diversity of ideas, persons and cultures supportive learning environments scholarly undertakings to advance education and practice ethical conduct in personal and professional arenas holistic nursing across the spectrum of health care interprofessional education and collaboration innovative learning methodologies systematic assessment and evaluation lifelong learning General Information Nursing is a profession based on science, a culture of compassion, commitment to best practices, and connection to individuals. The practice of nursing is research-based, goal-directed, creative and concerned with the health and dignity of the whole person. The art of delivering quality nursing care depends upon the successful mastery and application of intellectually rigorous nursing knowledge. Career Development In the School of Nursing, the assistant dean for career development works with students to explore majors and career interests through individual consultations and group sessions, and guides them through a career development process. Assistance is provided with resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation, conducting a job search and graduate school applications. Students can participate in experiential learning through community service as well as internships, part-time and summer employment. A health professions career fair is held every spring at the North Haven Campus. Degrees in Nursing Bachelor s Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing Traditional BSN Track for High School Graduates Accelerated BSN Track for Second Degree Students RN to BSN Completion Program (online) Graduate Degrees Master of Science in Nursing Post-bachelor s study Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Family Nurse Practitioner Doctor of Nursing Practice Post-bachelor s study: Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Family Nurse Practitioner Nurse Anesthesia Post-master s study: Care of Populations Nurse Anesthesia Nurse Leadership For information about graduate studies, please see p Please note Courses with clinical components use multiple clinical education centers. Students are responsible for their transportation to and from these clinical agencies. Undergraduate Program Information The undergraduate nursing curriculum, which integrates holism, fosters professional socialization for future roles and responsibilities within the profession. Graduates are prepared as generalists to provide evidence-based care. Bachelor s degree nursing education prepares the graduate for entry into professional nursing practice and provides the foundation for graduate study. The undergraduate nursing program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). School of Nursing 169

4 Graduate Program Information The master of science in nursing program offers two tracks: adult-gerontology nurse practitioner and family nurse practitioner. A doctoral-level graduate program preparing adult-gerontology, family nurse practitioners and nurse anesthetists is available for post-bachelor s degree nurses. The program also offers three doctoral-level post-master s tracks. For more information about these offerings, please see the Graduate Studies section of the catalog. The graduate program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The nurse anesthesia program is also accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs. Admission Requirements: Undergraduate Nursing The requirements for admission into the undergraduate nursing program are the same as those for admission to Quinnipiac University. Progression Requirements Preprofessional Progression Policy 1. Students must complete all preprofessional component courses, including all sciences, by the end of the spring semester of their sophomore year prior to starting the professional component in the fall. 2. Students who fail or withdraw from a course in the sophomore year and have a cumulative GPA less than 3.0 by the end of the spring semester of the sophomore year will not be approved to repeat the course toward progression in the nursing program. 3. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 is required for progression. A student who does not meet these progression requirements will be required to transfer to another major. 4. Freshman and sophomore students who cannot mathematically achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.0 by the end of their sophomore year will be advised to change their major. Professional Progression Policy 1. To progress and remain in good standing, junior and senior students must attain a semester GPA of 3.0 (B) and receive a grade of C or higher in each classroom and laboratory experience (73 or higher) and a Pass (P) in all clinical practica. a. A student who received less than a C (73) in one nursing course (C-, D, F) is unable to progress to the next semester. This student will be given the opportunity to repeat the failed nursing course the next academic year. b. A student who receives less than a C (73) in more than one nursing course (C-, D, F) will not be permitted to progress in the program and will be required to change his/her major out of nursing. c. A student who receives a grade of Incomplete (I) in any nursing course (lecture, lab or practicum) must meet ALL course requirements for conversion to a letter grade or Pass (P) before the start of the subsequent semester. Failure to do so will require the student to withdraw from the nursing major. 2. A student who earns grades of C or better in all nursing courses yet has less than a 3.0 semester GPA will be placed on academic probation and will receive an academic plan to progress in the nursing major. This student must achieve a 3.0 semester GPA by the end of the next semester. The student who does not meet these academic criteria will be required to change his/her major out of nursing. 3. A student must have a 3.0 semester and cumulative GPA in the last semester of his/her senior year to meet the graduation requirements for the bachelor of science in nursing. 4. A student who is performing at an unsatisfactory level either academically or clinically at the midsemester point will be notified by the program chair. Written notification will be sent to the student via . A student who is having difficulty with academic performance and needs help with study skills or test taking strategies will be advised to utilize the resources offered by the Learning Commons. 5. At the end of each semester, course grades, semester and cumulative GPAs for each nursing student are reviewed by the program chair. Appeal Process 1. A student wishing to appeal a progression decision must write a letter to the chair of the undergraduate nursing program within one week of receiving notice of his/her inability to progress. 2. Appeals will be considered by a Faculty Appeals Committee and results will be communicated in writing to the student. 170 School of Nursing

5 3. A student wishing to appeal a course grade should follow the grade appeal process detailed in the University Catalog. Advanced Standing/Placement The Policy for Advanced Standing/Placement, as stated in this catalog, applies to students seeking admission into the undergraduate nursing program. Advanced standing or placement is considered for entering freshmen who have completed college-level credit courses through a recognized college or university, achieved an acceptable score on an appropriate examination of: 1) the Advanced Placement Program of the College Entrance Examination Board; 2) the International Baccalaureate; or 3) the College Level Examination Program. Transfer Credit Quinnipiac normally grants transfer credit for courses appropriate to the chosen curriculum, completed with a grade of C or better, at a regionally accredited post-secondary institution. Transfer Students from Other Colleges/Universities Transfer students are evaluated once annually for the fall semester, and are accepted on a spaceavailable basis. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required for consideration. A transfer student s catalog year and curriculum plan will be assigned based on their year of entry (sophomore or junior). Eligibility for Licensure Graduates are eligible for registered nurse licensure in Connecticut or other states upon satisfactory achievement of the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX- RN ). In Connecticut, the laws of the state limit the licensure eligibility for any person convicted of a felony (according to Public Act ). A copy of the act is available for review in the nursing department. Clinical Requirements Students must arrange their own transportation to and from clinical agencies. CPR certification for the health care provider or professional rescuer must be obtained prior to enrolling in the first nursing course, and maintained throughout the program. The School of Nursing has several additional health requirements and technical standards in addition to those required by the University. A criminal background check is required; drug testing may be required. Bachelor of Science in Nursing The undergraduate nursing program at Quinnipiac University prepares students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide holistic care for diverse individuals, families and populations across the lifespan. Achievement of the following outcomes enables graduates to practice as nurse generalists within complex health care systems. Undergraduate Program Outcomes Our bachelor s degree graduates demonstrate proficiencies in the following areas: 1. Integration of liberal education for generalist nursing practice 2. Basic organizational and systems leadership for quality care and patient safety 3. Scholarship for evidence-based practice 4. Information management and application of patient care technology 5. Health care policy, finance and regulatory environments 6. Interprofessional communication and collaboration for improving health outcomes 7. Clinical prevention and population health 8. Professionalism and professional values 9. Bachelor s degree generalist nursing practice BS in Nursing Curriculum** Freshman Year, Fall Semester Course Title Credits BIO 101/101L (UC) General Biology with Lab 4 EN 101 (UC) Freshman Composition I 3 UC (UC) Fine Arts 3 4 or CHE 106/ Chemical Principles with 106L Biological Applications with Lab or MA 107* College Algebra UC Social Science I 3 FYS 101 First-year Seminar 3 Total *MA 107 may be needed based on placement exam score School of Nursing 171

6 Freshman Year, Spring Semester BIO 102/102L (UC) General Biology with Lab 4 EN 102 (UC) Freshman Composition 3 UC Fine Arts or CHE 106/ Chemical Principles with Biological L Applications with Lab MA 275 (UC Quantitative Literacy) Biostatistics or MA 206 (UC Quantitative Literacy) Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences 3 UC Social Science II 3 Total Sophomore Year, Fall Semester BIO 211/211L Principles of Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab 4 BMS 213/213L Microbiology & Pathology with Lab or UC Fine Arts 3 4 UC UC Elective 3 UC Humanities I 3 UC UC Elective or UC Elective 3 Total Sophomore Year, Spring Semester BIO 212/212L Principles of Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab 4 UC Humanities II or BMS 213/213L Microbiology & Pathology with Lab 3 4 UC UC Elective 3 or UC UC Elective Open Elective* 3 or UC Fine Arts Total *If MA 107 is taken, this fulfills open elective requirement. Junior Year, Fall Semester NUR 300 Core Concepts in Nursing 3 NUR 302 Nursing Science & Information Literacy 3 NUR 304 Health Promotion & Wellness 3 NUR 306 Health Assessment 3 NUR 307 Core Nursing Practicum 2 NUR 330L Holistic Nursing Integration Lab I 2 Total 16 Junior Year, Spring Semester NUR 322 Care of Women, Children & Families 4 NUR 323 Women, Children & Families Practicum 2 NUR 324 Care of Adults with Complex Health Needs I 4 NUR 325 Adult Care Practicum I 2 NUR 326 Pathophysiology & Pharmacotherapy I 2 NUR 340L Holistic Nursing Integration Lab II 2 Total 16 Senior Year, Fall Semester NUR 400 Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing 3 NUR 401 Psychiatric-Mental Health Practicum 2 NUR 408 Research & Evidence-based Nursing Practice 2 NUR 424 Care of Adults with Complex Health Needs II 3 NUR 425 Adult Care Practicum II 2 NUR 426 Pathophysiology & Pharmacotherapy II 2 NUR 430L Holistic Nursing Integration Lab III 2 Total 16 Senior Year, Spring Semester NUR 428 Community & Public Health Nursing 3 NUR 429 Community & Public Health Nursing 2 Practicum NUR 432 Contemporary Issues & Roles in Nursing 3 NUR 433 Capstone Practicum 2 NUR 434L Capstone Seminar Lab 1 NUR 440L Holistic Nursing Integration Lab IV 2 UC UC Capstone 3 Total 16 Grand Total 127 ** Note that core undergraduate curriculum and UC courses are under evaluation/revision. The curriculum for the professional component is subject to modification as deemed necessary by the nursing faculty to provide students with the most meaningful educational experience. Initial placement in English and mathematics courses is determined by examination. The minimum mathematics requirement is MA 275 or its equivalent. Courses must be taken in the semester indicated unless prior approval is obtained from the student s academic adviser. Accelerated BSN Track for Second Degree Students The accelerated BSN track is designed for individuals with a bachelor s degree in another discipline, who are interested in pursuing nursing as a second bachelor s degree. The curriculum builds on the individual s prior educational preparation, and the degree is completed in one calendar year, starting in August with students concentrating solely on nursing courses. Accelerated BSN students complete a traditional junior year curriculum in the nursing program and then an intensive senior summer session. The accelerated BSN must be pursued on a full-time basis and consists of one full calendar year. 172 School of Nursing

7 Admission requirements include graduation from a regionally accredited college or university with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (B) and completion of prerequisite course work. All prerequisite courses must be taken within the last five years with a grade of C or better; and must be completed prior to entering the accelerated track. Transfer credit is evaluated according to University policy. A criminal background check is required prior to attending the mandatory orientation. The application deadline is January 2; applicant information is available on the Quinnipiac website. The BSN degree under this track is 127 credits, including: prerequisites, general education requirements and nursing courses, which are distributed as follows: Nursing Course Prerequisites Course Credits Anatomy & Physiology I & II with labs 8 Microbiology with lab 4 Statistics 3 Total 15 General Education Courses 51 Total Nursing Credits 61 Grand Total 127 Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examination, and qualify for entry-level nursing positions or graduate study. Those students contemplating applying for graduate study in nursing at Quinnipiac should refer to the Graduate Studies section of the catalog. Online RN to BSN Completion Track The RN to BSN completion track is designed for individuals who are licensed as a registered nurse and are interested in pursuing a part-time bachelor s degree in nursing using a distance education format through QU Online. The curriculum builds on the individual s prior educational preparation and incorporates the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials of Baccalaureate Education. Admission requirements include graduation from a regionally accredited college or university with an associate s degree or diploma in nursing with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.7; a current registered nurse license in good standing; two letters of recommendation (one from a current supervisor); a personal statement, transcripts from all postsecondary institutions attended; and a resume or curriculum vitae. A criminal background check is required. Application procedures are managed through Quinnipiac University Online. Progression Requirements To progress and remain in good standing, students must achieve a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 upon the completion of the first 16 credits of advanced core. Thereafter, a semester GPA of at least 3.0 is required to progress and remain in good standing. BSN Completion Track Degree Requirements Advanced Placement Credits Students with an associate s degree in nursing may transfer between credits for this program. Those students who transfer 60 credits can make up the deficit with additional transfer elective credits or electives taken at QU. Advanced Core Credits BSN completion students take the 20-credit advanced core. The advanced core reflects the aims and goals of the traditional University Curriculum and the Essential Learning Outcomes while acknowledging the prior general education work completed at the associate s degree level. Five 4-credit courses are completed online in sevenweek blocks that are designed to move students through in cohorts. Students can complete up to 8 credits during the fall and spring semesters and up to 7 credits in the summer. The core courses listed below are taken by degree completion students in the School of Nursing. Nursing Major Requirements Students take 32 required credits for the nursing major: nursing courses (29 credits), and an open elective (3 credits). All nursing courses are offered online. Graduation Requirement: 121 credits Transfer Credit from Associate s Degree Quinnipiac Advanced Core Courses Quinnipiac Required Nursing Courses Elective(s) 68 credits* 20 credits 29 credits 3 credits Total 120 credits * Note: if only 60 transfer credits are awarded, 11 credits of transfer credit and/or open electives are required. School of Nursing 173

8 Part-time BSN Completion Curriculum Fall Semester Entry, First Year Course Title Credits DE First Advanced Core Course (7 weeks) 4 DE Second Advanced Core Course (7 weeks) 4 Spring Semester, First Year DE Third Advanced Core Course (7 weeks) 4 DE Fourth Advanced Core Course (7 weeks) 4 Summer Session 1 Fifth Advanced Core Course (7 weeks) 4 Summer Session 2 NUR 482 DE Health Disparities in Vulnerable Populations 2 Fall Semester, Second Year NUR 380 DE Health Promotion & Wellness 3 NUR 540 DE Educational Principles for the Health Care Professional 3 Spring Semester, Second Year NUR 382 DE Nursing Science & Information Literacy 3 NUR 475 DE Practice Experience I 1* NUR 478 DE Research & Evidence-based Nursing Practice 2 Summer Session 3 NUR 544 DE Introduction to Informatics 3 Summer Session 4 NUR 480 DE Interprofessional Practice & Quality Improvement 3 Fall Semester, Third Year NUR 477 DE Practice Experience II 1* NUR 484 DE Community & Public Health Nursing 3 NUR 602 DE Principles of Ethical Theory in Nursing 1 Spring Semester, Third Year NUR 479 DE Practice Experience III 1 NUR 486 DE Contemporary Issues & Roles in Nursing Practice 3 Open Elective 3 Total for program 52 DE online course 174 School of Nursing

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