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1 Over 115 years of excellence in nursing education and caring for the health of the community. BSN and MSN Nursing Program Catalog

2 Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Nursing Program Catalog The BSN Program Catalog provides information about the baccalaureate and master s nursing programs at Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing (hereinafter referred to as the College ). TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION 1 TUITION AND FEES FOR BACCALAUREATE CURRICULUM 10 DEGREE PLANS AND SAMPLE CLASS SCHEDULES 1 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURES 0 PROGRESSION AND GRADUATION POLICIES 8 MASTER S CURRICULUM 1 DEGREE PLANS AND COURSE SCHEDULES COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 7 ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURES 51 PROGRESSION AND GRADUATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES 5 LIST OF CONTENT AND PAGES 5

3 GENERAL INFORMATION MISSION The mission of the College is to provide excellence in professional nursing and healthcare career education. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE COLLEGE AND BLESSING HOSPITAL The parent organization of the College is Blessing Hospital. The College of Nursing Board is a standing committee of the hospital s Board of Trustees, having the authority to govern and manage the College. Blessing Hospital is a major support of the College, providing financial subsidies, clinical sites, and facilities. The hospital, located in Quincy, Illinois, is the primary site for students nursing experiences. The College is located at 11th and Spring Street on the 11th Street campus of the hospital. Blessing Hospital is a not-for-profit, not-tax supported, independent hospital, serving the tri-state area of west-central Illinois, northeast Missouri, and southeast Iowa. As a regional healthcare provider, the hospital offers a breadth of services that provide students with a wide range of experiences in healthcare and nursing. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/NON-DISCRIMINATION The College does not practice or condone discrimination in any form against students, employees, or applicants on the grounds of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability to the extent required by law. NOTICE: CHANGE IN CATALOG/HANDBOOK STATEMENT The College reserves the right to change courses, requirements, and policies that are stated in this catalog and handbook without advance notice. Students will be informed of changes by , mail, flyers, posters, and/or announcements. ABOUT THE COLLEGE The College is a private, not-for-profit institution of higher learning that offers a baccalaureate and master s degree in nursing. Come 015, the College will implement its first associate degree program in allied health science, the Respiratory Care program. The College offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree (BSN) through its own program as well as through two joint programs. Basic students earn the degree through a partnership with Culver-Stockton College or Quincy University. Both the College and the partner institution jointly confer the degree. The College provides the nursing education and the partner institution provides the general education as well as the liberal arts experience. Advanced placement and RN-BSN students earn the BSN through the College s own program. The basic track is for first-time college students, transfer students, individuals with an associate degree in another field, and LPNs who have successfully completed a practical nursing program and hold a current practical nurse license. The advanced placement track is for individuals who have a baccalaureate degree (BA or BS) and/or a graduate degree in another field. The RN-BSN track is for RNs who have successfully completed an associate degree or diploma nursing program and hold a current professional registered nurse license The College s confers the Master of Science Degree in Nursing (MSN) through its own graduate program. The purpose of this program is to prepare registered nurses for roles in nursing administration or nursing education. The MSN Program has two entry points, MSN and RN-MSN. MSN entry is for baccalaureate-prepared nurses and RN-MSN entry is for associate degree and diploma prepared nurses. 1

4 HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE OF NURSING In October, 187, several prominent citizens formed The Charitable Aid and Hospital Association of Quincy. This group had originally organized as the Relief Association to help the poor in the winter of Gradually through their work with the poor, it became obvious the sick needed a place to recover, and the goals of the Association became more centered toward the care of the sick and the establishment of a hospital. Blessing Hospital was built and opened for patients in May, A Resident Directress was appointed by the Board of Trustees. She admitted patients and took charge of all the domestic duties in the hospital. In March of 1877, Miss Almira C. Davis came to Blessing. She was an 1876 graduate of Bellevue School of Nursing in New York, one of the most famous hospitals in nursing history and the first Nightingale nursing school in the United States. Miss Davis was in the third graduating class of Bellevue and after serving as their Assistant Superintendent, came to Quincy to run Blessing Hospital. She was paid $500 per year and asked to give instruction to others in the duties of her profession whenever requested by the Board. In 1878, the Board of Trustees formed a Board of Lady Managers to manage the hospital. From the very beginning of their tenure, The Board of Lady Managers was concerned about nursing and for many years expressed a desire to have a training school at Blessing. There were several false starts, due to a lack of acute patients on which to gain experience, lack of pupils, lack of money (the hospital was totally supported by donations) and a lack of properly-trained staff to organize and run a school. These obstacles were overcome and the first students were accepted in Money was raised and housing was secured for the pupils. The first class of three nurses graduated in September, 189. Classes have graduated every year since then with the exception of 1906 (because the program changed from two years to three years in 190) and 1988 (because the last diploma class graduated in 1987 and the first baccalaureate class graduated in 1989). Blessing Nurses Alumni Association began in 1900, just a few years after the national organization, the American Nurses Association, was formed. In 1909, the school was accredited by the Illinois Department of Registration and Education, which had been organized in Blessing was on the first list of accredited schools in the state of Illinois. As an accredited diploma school, Blessing graduates sat for the licensure exam and after passing the examination became registered nurses (RN). Throughout the years of the training school, the age requirement for applicants was lowered and work hours were shortened while the educational requirements increased and the class hours were lengthened. The school changed from the service-centered education to the learning-centered education of today. General education classes were taught at Quincy College from 196 to 1960 and at Culver-Stockton College from 1960 to In 1985, Blessing Hospital School of Nursing and Culver-Stockton College agreed to form a program to jointly award a baccalaureate degree in nursing. With a multi-million-dollar bequest for endowment from Cedric H. Rieman, in memory of his wife, Lucille, a former member of the Advisory Committee of the School of Nursing, the Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing was instituted to continue the tradition of excellence in education and care that had begun in In 1998, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing added Quincy University as a partner in a joint baccalaureate nursing program. An advanced placement track for second degree students seeking the baccalaureate degree in nursing was added in 00. The master s program, conferring a master s degree in nursing, was implemented in the summer of 007. These degrees are conferred by Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing. Both partner institutions are independent, fully-accredited coeducational four-year liberal arts colleges. Both colleges have long been recognized as outstanding private educational institutions in the Midwest. Culver- Stockton College was chartered in 185 as Christian University. Quincy University was chartered in 187 as St. Francis Solanus College. Both institutions offer many of the traditional elements of life on a small college campus intercollegiate sports, fine arts, cultural events, and a small student-to-faculty ratio. Culver-Stockton College also offers sorority and fraternity housing. Class work during the freshman year is done on the partner campus, where students have complete access to all college facilities, social activities, and campus organizations. After admission into the major as sophomores, all nursing classes are held on the Blessing-Rieman campus, with immediate access to the over $0 million, seven-city-block, multi-building Blessing Health System complex.

5 Blessing Hospital School for Nurses and Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing have over 1900 graduate nurses since their small beginning in New and prospective students can take pride in knowing they are part of a long tradition of excellence in nursing education. College Address Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Broadway at 11th Street PO BOX 7005 Quincy, Illinois College Phone Numbers College Fax Numbers College: Financial Aid Offices: Registrar s Office: Library: Student/Alumni Services Offices: Web Address CONTACT INFORMATION ACCREDITATION/INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIPS The College as an institution of higher education is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and member of the North Central Association (NCA). The Bachelor of Science in Nursing and the Masters of Science in Nursing degree programs are accredited by The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Information about accreditation can be obtained from the Higher Learning Commission and CCNE by using the following mailing addresses, phone numbers, and/or websites. Higher Learning Commission 0 South LaSalle Street, Suite Chicago, IL / Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education One Dupont Circle, NW Suite 50 Washington, DC The College is approved by the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, the Illinois Board of Higher Education, and the Missouri Department of Education. The College is also fully approved by the Missouri State Board of Nursing. The College is approved by the Illinois State Approving Agency for educational assistance benefits to veterans and their dependents.

6 The College is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, the National League for Nursing, the Illinois Council of Deans and Directors of Baccalaureate and Higher Degree Programs in Nursing, and the Missouri Association of Administrators of Baccalaureate and Higher Degree Programs in Nursing. The College is a member of the American Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers and the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) as well as the Midwest Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (MASFAA) and the Illinois Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (ILASFAA). Blessing Hospital, the College s primary clinical site and parent organization, is licensed by the State of Illinois and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JACHO). Clinical sites are licensed and/or certified. COLLEGE OF NURSING BOARD Mr. Phillip Conover, Chair Community Leader Lucinda Awerkamp-McClain Attorney D. Reaugh Broemmel Community Leader Pamela Brown, PhD, RN President/CEO Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Bill Daniels President, Harborstone Group Patrick Gerveler Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Blessing Corporate Services Maureen Kahn CEO Blessing Hospital Norma McNay, RN Retired Professional Registered Nurse Community Leader Dr. Thomas Miller Chair, Blessing Hospital Board of Trustees Charles Scholz Attorney

7 ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF Administration Pamela Brown President/CEO, 198 Professor Diploma, Blessing Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Quincy College MS, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville PhD, Wayne State University Brenda Beshears Academic Dean, 1991 Professor ASN, Hannibal-LaGrange College BSN, Hannibal-LaGrange College MS, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia Karen Mayville Administrative Coordinator - Accreditation, 198 MSN Program Director Professor BSN, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee MSN, Marquette University PhD, Capella University Ann O Sullivan Assistant Dean for Support Services, 1989 Associate Professor BS, Northern Illinois University MS, Northern Illinois University Staff Lisa Berry Public Services Librarian, 01 BS, Quincy University Nancy Campbell Student Accounts Representative, 00 Jenna Crabtree Admissions Counselor, 008 BA, Concordia University Chicago Rachel Cramsey Registrar, 00 BS, Culver-Stockton College MBA, William Woods University Melissa DeVerger Technical Services Librarian, 007 BS, University of Illinois- Springfield MLIS, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee Julie Dietrich Coordinator of Library Services, 00 BS, Quincy University MSLIS, Drexel University Arlis Dittmer Librarian Emeritus Coordinator of Library Services, 1988 BA, University of Illinois MA, Loyola University of Chicago MALS, University of Missouri-Columbia Steve Downing Network Administrator, 010 Scott Geschwandner Student Services/Alumni Officer, 006 BA, Quincy University Debbie Giesing Admission Counselor, 00 BA, Quincy University Jane Gillespie Administrative Assistant, 009 BS, Illinois State University Carole Hackett Admissions Assistant and Secretary, 01 John Wood Community College Quincy University Donna Hedrick Academic Assistant, 001 Matthew Kennedy Help Desk, 009 John Wood Community College DeVry University Sarah Mueller Counselor, 01 Quincy University, BA St. Louis University, MSW 5

8 Staff continued Heather Mutter Admissions Counselor, 1998 BS, University of Arkansas Karen Peter Secretary, 01 Gem City College Matt Walker Nurse Educator, 01 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Doug Winters IT Coordinator, 1997 BS, Kaplan University Barb Taylor LCR Coordinator/Academic Advisor, 008 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Kevin Turnbull Financial Aid Coordinator, 011 BS, Western Illinois University FACULTY Erica Alexander Assistant Professor, 011 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Linda Burke Assistant Professor, 1998 BSN, University of Connecticut MSN, University of Southern Maine Sheila Capp Professor, 198 BSN, Olivet Nazarene College MS, University of Missouri- Columbia PhD, University of Missouri- Columbia Ashley Darbyshire Instructor, 01 BSN, Iowa Wesleyan College MS-Nsg. Ed., Grand Canyon University Debra Dickman Assistant Professor, 00 Diploma, Graham Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville MS, Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville Kim Gray Preceptor, 011 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College Graduate Studies, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Susan Grist Assistant Professor, 01 BSN, Central Methodist College MS, University of Missouri- Columbia Josey Harris Instructor, 01 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Beth Kenney Faculty Emeritus Assistant Professor BSN, University of Missouri- Columbia MSN, Saint Louis University Candice Leeper Faculty Emeritus Diploma, St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Winston- Salem State University MS, Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville 6

9 Faculty continued Susan McReynolds Assistant Professor, 007 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MS, Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville Carol Ann Moseley Faculty Emeritus Professor Diploma, St. Mary s Hospital School of Nursing BA, Phillips University BA, Sangamon State University MS, Northern Illinois University PhD, Texas Woman s University Lacey Peterson Instructor, 011 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Deborah Race Assistant Professor, 010 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MSN, University of Phoenix Joan Ruhs Instructor, 011 Diploma, Blessing Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Marianne Schmitt Assistant Professor, 005 BSN, University of Illinois- Chicago MS, University of Illinois- Chicago Marilyn Murphy Shepherd Associate Professor, 00 Diploma, Blessing Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Quincy University MSN, University of Missouri- Columbia MBA, William Wood University Brandi Smith Assistant Professor, 011 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Lori Sprenger Assistant Professor, 010 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing PhD, Capella University Joanie Steil Instructor, 01 BSN, University of Chicago MS, Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville Barb Vahle Assistant Professor, 011 BSN, Valparaiso University MS, Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville Diana Veihl Instructor, 011 BSN, Truman State MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Autumn Voss Assistant Professor, 011 ADN, John Wood Community College BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Debra Walton Professor, 1995 Diploma, Blessing Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Hannibal-LaGrange College MS, Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville PhD, St. Louis University Lila Warning Assistant Professor, 007 BSN, Truman State University MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Rebecca White Instructor, 01 BSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Culver- Stockton College MSN, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Margaret Williams Professor, 198 BSN, University of Illinois- Chicago MS, Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville PhD, Rush University 7

10 TUITION AND FEES FOR UNDERGRADUATE TUITION AND FEES Tuition: Sophomore Fees: Lab Fee Testing Fee NSNA SNO E-Books (new students only) Junior Fees: Lab Fee Testing Fee Student Assistance Program NSNA SNO E-Books (new students only) Senior Fees: Lab Fee Testing Fee Student Assistance Program NSNA SNO Graduation Fee The College only Course Fees Crucial Conversations Stress Management Part-Time or Overload Credit Hour Audit Fee Summer Credit Hour Apartments Room Only (Single) Room Only (Double) Summer Room only (Single) Summer Room only (Double) A Assessment Fee $0,77 $75 per clinical course $00 $5 $10 $0, one-time fee $75 per clinical course $00 $5 $5 $10 $0, one-time fee $75 per clinical course $00 $5 $5 $10 $160 $0 $5 $69.0/hour $6.0/hour $00/hour $ 5,96 per room per year $5,680 existing tenants $,98 per room per year $50 per month $175 per month $5 per test 8

11 RN-BSN AND MSN PROGRAM TUITION AND FEES Tuition Per Credit Hour Student Assistant Program Distance Education Fee E-Books (new students only) Graduation Fee $500 $0 $00 $0, one-time fee $00 9

12 BACCALAUREATE CURRICULUM GOALS/PURPOSES The goals/purposes of the College are to: 1. Prepare professional nurses to practice as a provider, designer, manager, and coordinator of care as part of an interdisciplinary team in a variety of settings.. Prepare culturally competent graduates who will practice in an increasingly diverse society.. Develop abilities and skills necessary to become leaders and change agents in a dynamic global environment that affects health and health care.. Enhance the personal and professional development of each learner. 5. Provide a foundation for advanced educational preparation. ELIGIBILITY TO TAKE THE NCLEX-RN LICENSURE EXAMINATION Completion of degree requirements for the Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree does not guarantee eligibility to take the licensure examination (NCLEX-RN) to become a Registered Nurse. In addition to completing the program, there are other requirements mandated by the state, including but not limited to, a minimum age and good moral character as evident by a criminal background check and/or references. Licensure requirements can be obtained from the State Board of Nursing or the Department of Professional Regulation of the state in which application for a license is being requested. Statutory Requirements for the States of Illinois and Missouri The Nurse Practice Acts of Illinois and Missouri include criteria for eligibility to apply for licensure as a professional registered nurse. Regulations include statements about age, substance abuse, moral integrity, and conviction for criminal acts. Regulations mandate that students are informed of these regulations and show proof by signing a verification form. The form is obtained and returned to the College s Admissions Office before enrolling in the nursing program. Section (1) of the Missouri Nursing Practice Act This act states: The board may refuse to issue or reinstate any certificate of registration or authority, permit or license required pursuant to chapter 5 for one or any combination of causes stated in subsection of this section or the board may, as a condition to issuing or reinstating any such permit or license, require a person to submit himself or herself for identification, intervention, treatment, or rehabilitation by the impaired nurse program as provided in section The board shall notify the applicant in writing of the reasons for the refusal and shall advise the applicant of his or her right to file a complaint with the administrative hearing commission as provided by chapter 61, RSMo. The Missouri Board of Nursing may refuse to issue or reinstate the professional registered nurse license for such causes as: a) use or unlawful possession of any controlled substance; b) use of an alcoholic beverage to an extent that such use impairs a person's ability to perform the responsibilities of a professional registered nurse; c) found guilty, or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, for a criminal act associated with fraud, dishonesty, deception, misrepresentation, violence, or any offense involving moral turpitude, whether or not a sentence was imposed; d) use of fraud, deception, misrepresentation or bribery to secure a certificate, permit or license; e) displayed incompetence, misconduct, gross negligence, fraud, misrepresentation or dishonesty in the performance of a professional registered nurse; f) willingly helped a person practice without a license, certificate, or permit; g) violated any professional trust or confidence; and h) failed to successfully complete an impaired nurse program. 10

13 Criminal Background Questions on Licensure Applications Applying for RN licensure is online and an application cannot be saved and retrieved at a later date for editing. Therefore applicants must be prepared to complete the entire application, attach or upload requested documents, and submit before leaving the website. If the answer will be yes to the following two questions on the application, students are advised to collect the requested documents and have them ready to attach or upload when completing the online application for RN licensure. 1. Have you been convicted of any criminal offense in any state or in federal court (other than minor traffic violations)? If yes, attach a certified copy of the court records regarding your conviction, the nature of the offense and date of discharge, if applicable, as well as a statement from the probation or parole office.. Have you been convicted of a felony? The above questions must be answered honestly and the requested documents must accompany the application. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action by the state agency that regulates professional nursing. NURSING STANDARDS The curriculum is founded on and incorporates the AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice, the ANA Scope and Standards of Nursing Practice, and the QSEN initiatives. Individual courses also incorporate nursing standards and QSEN knowledge, skills, and attitudes specific to course content. CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK The curriculum framework is Whole Person Nursing. This framework provides a foundation for understanding the practice of nursing, focusing on the person as a whole be that person an individual, family or community. The central concern is human beings who require nursing care to promote, maintain and restore health or to provide comfort for the dying. Each concept within the framework is introduced during the sophomore year of the nursing program and developed with increased complexity through the ensuing years. PHILOSOPHY We believe that a person is an integrated physiological, psychological, sociocultural, and spiritual being who interacts with the internal and external environment on a developmental continuum. Each person is unique, has inherent worth and potential for learning, personal growth, and wellness. We believe health is a dynamic state of existence influenced by heredity, life style, and environment. Persons, families, and communities differ in the manner in which they perceive and value health and have the right to determine and participate in those activities that affect their health. We believe nursing is the art and science of diagnosing and treating human responses to health experiences with the goals of protecting, promoting, and/or optimizing health. This includes the prevention of illness and injury, the alleviation of suffering, comfort for the dying, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, and communities. Outcomes are achieved through an environment of interdisciplinary collaboration and partnership with the whole person across both the health and developmental continuums. The goals of nursing are advanced when the environment is recognized as a major influence on health and health outcomes. We believe teaching is a planned, creative, collaborative process in which the teacher and learner cocreate an environment that facilitates learning and enhances scholarship. Learning is the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and values that involves learner participation and self-direction. Learning is a lifelong process. We believe baccalaureate nursing education is facilitated when the environment supports caring and collaborative relationships. Baccalaureate education requires courses in liberal arts, the natural, biological and behavioral sciences, and nursing. Nursing and non-nursing courses are integrated in various ways throughout the program to provide an educational experience that enhances the professional and personal development of the learner. We believe that professional and personal development is exemplified by a commitment to professional 11

14 and community service. This educational program is designed to stimulate learners to develop critical thinking and communication skills that support a broad view of the world, and an appreciation for human diversity while fostering clarification of values in a Judeo-Christian environment. We believe that baccalaureate nursing education prepares the beginning professional nurse to practice in a dynamic environment that is affected by evolving health care systems, technology and information, health policy and economics, and the global community. CURRICULUM OBJECTIVES/OUTCOMES/COMPETENCIES Curriculum Objectives 1. Provide professional nursing care for the whole person that is caring, goal-directed, and therapeutic.. Integrate theoretical and empirical knowledge from nursing, the arts, the sciences, and the humanities into professional nursing practice.. Use critical thinking skills to manage health care for individuals, families, and communities.. Evaluate research for applicability to professional nursing practice. 5. Use communication skills to facilitate the nurse-patient relationship and interdisciplinary collaboration in a variety of settings. Outcome/Competency Statements Graduates are competent to practice nursing that: Reflects a whole person perspective. Demonstrates caring. Demonstrates an appreciation for human diversity. Is goal-directed. Is therapeutic. Graduates are competent to base professional practice on: Nursing science. The arts, sciences, and humanities. Graduates are competent to: Make decisions that reflect critical thinking. Use the case management process to design care that meets the unique health care needs of the whole person. Manage health information and health care technologies to provide care for individuals, families, and communities. Graduates are competent to Use research findings to solve clinical problems. Participate in research activities. Use information technology to do literature searches. Graduates are competent to: Use communication skills to facilitate the nurse/patient relationship in a variety of settings. Use communication skills to establish and maintain working relationships within an interdisciplinary team. Document interventions and nursing outcomes in a thorough and accurate manner. Provide information/education using a variety of media. Write scholarly papers that are clear, accurate, and relevant. 1

15 Curriculum Objectives 6. Incorporate professional values and standards into the legal, moral, and ethical aspects of nursing practice. 7. Accept responsibility and accountability for evaluation of the effectiveness of their own nursing practice. 8. Collaborate with others on the interdisciplinary managed-care team to meet emerging health care needs of individuals, families, and communities in a changing environment. 9. Use leadership skills in a variety of nursing roles to promote quality health care. Outcome/Competency Statements Graduates are competent to: Practice nursing based on professional values and standards. Approach legal, ethical, and/or moral issues/dilemmas based on professional values and standards. Assume a leadership role in professional and community service activities. Use the political process to shape health care policy. Graduates are competent to: Conduct their own practice in a responsible and accountable manner. Use self-evaluation to guide own nursing practice. Graduates are competent to: Serve as a member and leader within interdisciplinary health care teams. Demonstrate an awareness of the impact of social, political, and economic issues on nursing practice. Demonstrate an awareness of how the global environment impacts health, health care delivery systems, and health policy. Graduates are competent to: Design, manage, and coordinate care. Promote quality health care using leadership skills. Modify care using evaluative data. DEGREE PLANS AND SAMPLE CLASS SCHEDULES This section describes the required courses for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. This section also provides examples of class schedules for completing BSN course requirements. Students are highly encouraged to follow these examples so they complete the prerequisite courses for the next level of the curriculum and complete all BSN required courses by graduation. See Course Descriptions for course prerequisites. 1

16 DEGREE PLAN FOR THE BASIC TRACK STUDENTS ENTERING FALL 01 IN THE JOINT PROGRAM WITH CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE If a course requirement is waived, or a transfer course for fewer hours than stated on the degree plan is accepted for credit for a required course, the difference in credit hours must be added to the total in Electives: Nursing and Non-nursing, so the total hours required remains 1. FOUNDATIONS (1 HRS) COM 115: Fundamentals of Speech FYE 101: First Year Experience (English Composition) ENG 110: Writing and Literature REL 1xx: Human Values & Beliefs (Choose 1 of ) PED 1xx: PE Activity GED 101: Academic & Cultural Events ** EXPLORATIONS (1 HRS) (1 Hrs. still needed after applicable support courses) Creativity and Arts* at least Diverse populations* at least Western Cultures* at least Multi Disciplinary Seminar (taken during junior or senior year) Satisfied in support courses. Quantitative Literacy Natural Sciences Individual & Society SUPPORT COURSES ( 7 HRS) BIO 10: Human A & P I*** BIO 11: Human A & P II BIO 60: Microbiology BIO 10: Pathophysiology PSY 101: Introductory Psychology PSY 00: Lifespan Development MAT 05: Elementary Statistics PHI 0: Ethics 1 1 ELECTIVES (10 HRS) Nursing or non-nursing electives NURSING COUSRES (61 HRS) NSG 01: Fundamentals of Nutrition + NSG 06: Fundamentals of Nursing I + NSG 07: Fundamentals of Nursing II ++ NSG 09: Pharmacology I + NSG 11: Pharmacology II ++ NSG 15: Health Assessment ++ NSG 80: Medical Terminology + NSG 0: Psychiatric/Mental Health NSG 0: Nursing Concepts I NSG 1: Nursing Concepts II NSG : Maternal and Child Nursing NSG 01: Community Health Nursing NSG 0: Advanced Nursing Concepts NSG 0: Fundamentals of Evidence Based Practice NSG 05: Leadership in Nursing NSG 1: Health Policy +++ NSG : Professionalism & Capstone Experience +++ NSG xxx: Nursing Electives TOTAL: 1 SEMESTER HOURS +Offered fall semester only. ++Offered Spring semester only. +++Must be taken concurrently. *May be taken any time prior to graduation. **Must take 8 ACE events and Leadership Lectures by graduation. *** Students with an ACT score of 18 or below must first take an introductory biology course, which may extend the length of this degree plan. Part-time students and students returning following withdrawal are held to any changes in the curriculum. 1

17 SAMPLE CLASS SCHEDULE FOR THE BASIC TRACK STUDENTS ENTERING FALL 01 IN THE JOINT PROGRAM WITH CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE Semester I BIO 10: A & P I*** + COM 115: Fundamentals of Speech EXP xxx: Diverse Populations FYE 101: First Year Experience PSY 101: Introductory Psychology Total HRS 16 FRESHMAN Semester II BIO 11: A & P II ++ ENG 110: Writing & Literature EXP xxx: Creativity & Arts PSY 00: Lifespan Development xxx: Electives Total HRS 16 Semester I NSG 09: Pharmacology I + NSG 01: Fundamentals of Nutrition + NSG 06: Fundamentals of Nursing I + NSG 80: Medical Terminology + PED 1xx: PE Activity xxx: Electives xxx: Electives Total HRS SOPHOMORE Semester II NSG 11: Pharmacology II ++ NSG 07: Fundamentals of Nursing II ++ NSG 15: Health Assessment ++ BIO 60: Microbiology EXP xxx: Western Cultures Total HRS 15 Semester I NSG 0: Nursing Concepts I NSG : Maternal and Child Nursing PHI 0: Ethics REL 1xx: Human Values & Beliefs Total HRS 6 16 JUNIOR Semester II NSG 0: Psych/Mental Health Nursing NSG 1: Nursing Concepts II BIO 10: Pathophysiology ++ MAT 05: Elementary Statistics Total HRS 6 16 Semester I NSG 01: Community Health Nursing NSG 0: Advanced Nursing Concepts NSG 0: Fund. Of Evidence Based Practice xxx: Electives Total HRS SENIOR Semester II NSG 05: Leadership in Nursing NSG 1: Health Policy +++ NSG : Professionalism & Capstone +++ MDP 00: Multi Disciplinary Seminar xxx: Electives Total HRS 5 16 TOTAL: 1 SEMESTER HOURS (One hour of academic credit is awarded after students attend 8 ACE events.) + Offered Fall Semester only. ++ Offered Spring Semester only. +++ Must be taken concurrently. GE: General Education distribution requirements (See C-SC catalog). Students with an ACT score of 18 or below must first take an introductory biology course, which may extend the length of this degree plan. Part-time students and students returning following withdrawal are held to any changes in the curriculum plan. 15

18 DEGREE PLAN FOR THE BASIC TRACK STUDENTS ENTERING FALL 01 IN THE JOINT PROGRAM WITH QUINCY UNIVERSITY If a course or requirement is waived, e.g. a transfer course for fewer hours than stated on the degree plan is accepted for credit for a required course, the difference in credit hours must be taken as nursing or non-nursing electives, so the total hours required remain 1. Students must take ENG 111 and ENG 11, plus other Writing Enriched (W) courses, one that must be in their major. Part Time student sand students returning following withdrawal are held to any changes in the curriculum. A. UNIVERSITY COURSES (9 HRS) QUE 100: Quincy University Experience SYE 00: Senior-Year Experience PE: Waived. Diversity Course (D) Global Course D/G Courses: one needs to be at least at the 00 level and one at the 00 level or above. Global course will be waived if student has spent one semester abroad. B. WRITTEN/ORAL COMMUNICATION (9 HRS) ENG 111: Composition ENG 11: Composition & Texts COM 101: Fundamentals of Public Speaking C. PHILOSOPHY/THEOLOGY/ETHICS (9 HRS) TRS 116: Western Religious Traditions TRS xxx: Theology PHI xxx: Philosophy Ethics (Met by support course requirement) 1 G. MAJOR COURSES (61 HRS) NSG 01: Fundamentals of Nutrition + NSG 06: Fundamentals of Nursing I + NSG 07: Fundamentals of Nursing II ++ NSG 09: Pharmacology I + NSG 11: Pharmacology II ++ NSG 15: Health Assessment ++ NSG 80: Medical Terminology + NSG 0: Psychiatric/Mental Health NSG 0: Nursing Concepts I NSG 1: Nursing Concepts II NSG : Maternal and Child Nursing NSG 01: Community Health Nursing NSG 0: Advanced Nursing Concepts NSG 0: Fundamentals of Evidence Based Practice NSG 05: Leadership in Nursing NSG 1: Health Policy +++ NSG : Professionalism & Capstone Experience +++ NSG xxx: Nursing Electives D. HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS (6 HRS) ENG xx: Literature (00 level) Art, Music, Theatre, or Film E. SOCIAL SCIENCES ( HRS) HIS xxx: History F. NATURAL SCIENCE/MATHEMATICS Science (Met by support course requirement) Mathematics Met by support course requirement) G. SUPPORT COURSES (6 HRS) BIO 8: Human A&P + BIO 8: Human A&P II BIO : Microbiology + BIO 5: Pathophysiology ++ MAT 150: Basic Statistics ++ PHI : Bioethics PSY 100: Introduction to Psychology PSY 6: Child Psychology or Human Growth &/or Development Students are also required to complete the Quincy University Service Learning requirement. See the QU Catalog for more details. TOTAL: 1 SEMESTER HOURS + Offered Fall Semester only. ++ offered Spring Semester only. +++Must be taken concurrently. Part-time students and students returning following withdrawal are held to any changes in the curriculum plan. 16

19 SAMPLE CLASS SCHEDULE FOR THE BASIC TRACK STUDENTS ENTERING FALL 01 IN THE JOINT PROGRAM WITH QUINCY UNIVERSITY All 00, 00, and 00 level NSG courses have specific prerequisites. Students are urged to check Course Descriptions in the Catalog to plan their schedules. Students must take ENG 111 and ENG 11, plus other Writing Enriched (W) courses, one that must be in their major. D/G courses: one needs to be at least at the 00 level and one at the 00 level or above. Global course will be waived if student has spent one semester abroad. Semester I BIO 8: Human A & P I ENG 111: Composition QUE 100: Quincy University Experience + PSY 100: Introduction to Psychology TRS 116: Western Religious Tradition Total HRS 15 FRESHMAN Semester II BIO 8: Human A & P II ENG 11: Composition & Text GED xxx: Fine Art HIS xxx: History PSY 6: Child Psychology Total HRS 16 Semester I NSG 09: Pharmacology I + NSG 01: Fundamentals of Nutrition + NSG 06: Fundamentals of Nursing I + NSG 80: Medical Terminology + TRS xxx: Theology BIO : Microbiology Total HRS 1 1 SOPHOMORE Semester II NSG 07: Fundamentals of Nursing II ++ NSG 11: Pharmacology II ++ NSG 15: Health Assessment ++ COM 101: Fundamentals of Public Speaking ENG xx: Literature (00 level) GED xxx: Diversity Course (D) Total HRS 17 Semester I NSG 0: Nursing Concepts I NSG : Maternal and Child Nursing GED xxx: Global Studies (G) PHI : Bioethics Total HRS 6 16 JUNIOR Semester II NSG 0: Psych/Mental Health Nursing NSG 1: Nursing Concepts II BIO 5: Pathophysiology ++ MAT 105: Basic Statistics Total HRS 6 16 Semester I NSG 01: Community Health Nursing NSG 0: Advanced Nursing Concepts NSG 0: Fund. Of Evidence Based Practice PHI xxx: Philosophy Total HRS SENIOR Semester II NSG 05: Leadership in Nursing NSG 1: Health Policy +++ NSG : Professionalism & Capstone +++ GED xxx: Electives (nursing or non-nursing) SYE 00: Senior-Year Experience NSG xxx: Nursing Elective Total HRS TOTAL: 1 SEMESTER HOURS + Offered Fall Semester only. ++Offered Spring Semester only. +++Must be taken concurrently. Part-time students and students returning following withdrawal are held to any changes in the curriculum plan. 17

20 DEGREE PLAN FOR THE ADVANCED PLACEMENT TRACK STUDENTS ENTERING SUMMER 01 Requisite for admission into this track is a baccalaureate undergraduate (BA or BS) and/or graduate degree in other fields from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning. GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (18 HRS) (Met through general education requirements of Bachelor s degree institution) Composition and Text I Composition and Text II Fundamentals of Speech Fine Arts Any Humanities - History, Literature, Philosophy, etc. SUPPORT COURSES (6 HRS) General/Intro to Psychology Human Growth & Dev. Psychology Ethics Statistics Anatomy & Physiology I Anatomy & Physiology II Microbiology Pathophysiology ELECTIVES (6 HRS) Choose 6 hours from the following: Political Science, Economics, Religion, Sociology, Foreign Language, Chemistry, Physics 6 6 NURSING COURSES (61 HRS) NSG 01: Fundamentals of Nutrition NSG 09: Fundamentals of Pharmacology I NSG 11: Fundamentals of Pharmacology II NSG 15: Health Assessment NSG 16: Fundamentals of Nursing Care NSG 80: Medical Terminology NSG 0: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing NSG 0: Nursing Concepts I NSG 1: Nursing Concepts II NSG : Maternal and Child Nursing NSG 01: Community Health Nursing NSG 0: Advanced Nursing Concepts NSG 0: Fundamentals of Evidence Based Practice NSG 05: Leadership in Nursing NSG 1: Health Policy NSG : Professionalism & Capstone Experience NSG xxx: Nursing Electives ELECTIVES (1 HRS) 1 hours of any electives 1 TOTAL: 1 HOURS Part-time students are held to any changes in the curriculum. Note: If a course or requirement is waived, the hour credit requirement is added under Electives: Nursing or Non-Nursing. 18

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