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1 Houston Baptist University s RN to BSN Program allows you to efficiently complete your bachelor s degree, most often in one to two years. A typical student will take approximately 16 courses in total, a combination of upper level nursing courses, a set of foundational general education courses across a range of subject areas and two Christianity courses to complete their degree. You will reach 125 total undergraduate credits through the combination of the RN to BSN program, your previously completed ADN (Associates Degree in Nursing), and any other undergraduate credits earned prior to enrolling. Below is an outline of the RN to BSN program. HBU admissions will help you maximize your transfer credits and chart your course, so call us today to get started mapping your course to BSN completion. Nursing 8 Courses (27 Credits) Perspectives on the Healthcare System (NURS 3222) Students analyze the trends that influence the health care system and methods of health care delivery in the United States. Students will look at the differences in providing patient care delegation and supervision, and the use of evidence -based practice as a baccalaureate prepared nurse. Students will learn to apply scientific methods and epidemiologic concepts to promote health in individuals, families, groups & communities based on national objectives. Students will be expected to use communication skills and education theory to plan and present health information on public healthcare organizations and healthcare provider roles. This is a two credit hour course. Pharmacology for Nurses (NURS 3309) This course is designed to assist the student with the Nursing Math Proficiency Exam requirement for demonstrating competence in calculating medication dosages including intravenous fluids. It is also designed to provide the student the opportunity to comprehend pharmacological concepts and to be aware of the clinical applications of drugs in order to ensure optimal care of patients. This is a three credit hour course. Health Assessment (NURS 3323) Assessment of individuals across the lifespan is taught within the context of growth and development. The student should be able to differentiate between normal findings, normal variations and abnormal findings in individuals when performing comprehensive holistic examinations of individuals within the dimensions of health in a variety of settings. Assessment, the first step of the nursing process, is the foundation for a systematic approach to care of the individual. The student will organize and analyze data to select appropriate NANDA nursing diagnoses for health promotion. This is a three credit hour course. Page 1 of 6

2 Pathophysiology for Nurses (BIOL 3433) Students describe the pathology of health conditions and use concepts of pathophysiology for applying caring/healing practices to designing health care plans for promoting fullness in living across the lifespan. The manifestations of pathology form a basis for health assessment. Synthesis of pathophysiology with levels of health promotion and prevention provides rationale for case management priorities. This is a four credit hour course. Care of Vulnerable Populations (NURS 4312) Students apply concepts of epidemiology to determine the factors that contribute to vulnerability in individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations. Students will examine (a) health norms for the population strata based on age, gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status in order to determine the major health problems and surveillance issues and (b) research methodologies/approaches/models that are employed to improve health outcomes for vulnerable populations. Students will also be expected to use communication skills and education theory to plan and present health information to promote the health of a population. Critical thinking and mathematical skills will be developed by using a statistical approach to assessing and evaluating health outcomes. Concepts of health promotion and disease prevention serve as a basis for analyzing recommendations for health programming for the population strata. This is a three credit hour course. Nursing Research (NURS 4394) This course focuses on professional issues in nursing and the research process and on the transition from student to professional role and applying the research process to clinical practice. Students practice nursing at the level of advanced beginner in specified environments and address clinical practice quality improvement issues via research methods appropriate for the baccalaureate prepared nurse. Upon successful completion of the course, students are expected to be able to address current issues in nursing and health care delivery; relate philosophical perspectives to nursing theories, research and practice; analyze nursing as a career and profession; and evaluate the professional role in developing health policy and regulation. In addition, students should be able to analyze and resolve ethical dilemmas in health care situations by applying critical thinking skills and ethical theories and principles. Students should also be able to apply research findings to performance improvement in health care delivery systems. This is a three credit hour course. Page 2 of 6

3 Community Health (NURS 4424) This course is one of four courses for the baccalaureate nursing program that focuses on care of groups, populations, and communities. Students analyze historical trends and characteristics and factors that have impacted community health nursing and contributed to community health issues. Students compare and contrast the professional nursing roles in the community and apply theories, models, and principles to community health nursing practice. Opportunities are provided to use systematic approaches to identify health needs of groups and populations and promote health in the community. This is a four credit hour course. Professional Issues and Nurse Leadership (NURS 4564) This course focuses on professional issues in nursing, nursing management and the use of research in clinical practice as well as the study of health administration and leadership from the nurse s perspective. The course will cover nursing informatics, analyzing the implications of emerging technology on practice, research, education and administration. Students apply leadership and management behaviors and skills to providing care for a group of patients and promoting positive consumer relationships; and analyze effectiveness and efficiency of care delivery systems promoting positive health outcomes. This is a five credit hour course. General Education Typical RN-BSN Requirement is 6 Courses (19 Credits) General Education requirements differ depending on ADN course selections and prior learning credits. HBU admissions will help you maximize your transfer credits and chart your course. Many RN-BSN students need approximately 6 courses from the following degree requirements: Art Appreciation (ART 2343) This course provides a comparative analysis of various modes of expression in all of the visual arts through description and evaluation. Emphasis is made upon historical movements, language, media, and stylistic identity. The survey is designed to prompt the student to see art as a personal experience and to respond more sensitively to the visual arts in a cultural context. This is a three credit hour course (can be substituted for MUSI 1331 Music Appreciation). Page 3 of 6

4 Logic (PHIL 1310) Logic has long been part of the core of a liberal arts education. In this course, students will learn to become better thinkers and communicators; mastering skills in symbolic logic, fallacy identification, and the philosophy of language. Topics in the history of philosophy and other disciplines will be studied to illustrate the role of logic in the liberal arts and to provide an opportunity for students to use their skills in diverse contexts. This is a three credit hour course. Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 1313) A foundational course designed to familiarize the student with the meaning and relevance of philosophy through a study of its main problems and the principal theories that have been proposed as solutions to them. This is a three credit hour course. General Psychology (PSYC 1313) An introductory course dealing with the major content areas in psychology. Topics may include heredity and environment, emotions and motivation, perception, learning, personality, and intelligence. This is a three credit hour course (can be substituted for SOCI 1313 Principals of Sociology). Great Works of Literature I (ENGL 2315) A reading course in the literary heritage of western civilization. This course includes readings from the Greeks, the Romans, and the Middle Ages. This is a three credit hour course (can be substituted for ENGL 2325 Great Works of Literature II). Writing for Wisdom I (ENGL 1320) This course teaches the fundamentals of college reading, thinking, and writing from a classical, Christian perspective. Writing for Wisdom grounds students in a deep understanding of and appreciation for proper standards of written English including mechanical skills and forms while using writing as a vehicle for intellectual, emotional, ethical, and spiritual wrestling. It moves past the kinds of fashionable current event topics normally assigned in freshmen Composition classes. Rather, students engage in wider issues and questions: Who am I? Why am I here? What is my purpose? How do I know I am of value? Finally, through a close study of a series of classical works from our Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian heritage, students will explore their status as citizens of a deliberative democracy and seek to define, and manifest in their lives, the nature of the Good, the True, and the Beautiful. This is a three credit hour course. Page 4 of 6

5 Writing for Wisdom II (ENGL 1330) This course continues the study of composition and rhetoric introduced in English 1320: Writing for Wisdom I. Students will gain an understanding of why reading literature is deeply important for Christians, learn the conventions of such literary genres as poems, stories, novels, and plays, study methods of literary analysis, interpret literature from a Biblical perspective through the exploration of Biblical archetypes, typology, language constructions, and metaphor in classic works of English literature, and learn to write well-constructed and well-written arguments about literature and life in standard English including the use of research in MLA format and the writing of a fully developed research paper. This is a three credit hour course. Western Civilization I (HIST 2311) A survey of Western Civilization from the Ancient World to the end of the Middle Ages in Europe. This is a three credit hour course (can be substituted for HIST 2312 Western Civilization II). U.S. History to 1877 (HIST 2313) A survey of American history from its origins to the close of Reconstruction. This is a three credit hour course (can be substituted for HIST 2323 U.S. History from 1877). American and Texas Government I (GOVT 2313) A survey of the structure and operation of the national and Texas governments. This is a three credit hour course. Math for Critical Thinking (MATH 1305) Mathematical topics needed for the critical evaluation of quantitative information and arguments, including logic and the critical appraisal of graphs and tables including the use of some simple mathematical models and an introduction to elementary probability, statistics, and finance. This is a three credit hour course (can be substituted for other higher-level math courses, see HBU course catalog for options). Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (PSYC 2301) The course provides an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics, correlation, probability, and regression-with applications in behavioral sciences. This is a three credit hour course. Page 5 of 6

6 Chemistry (CHEM 1404) This course discusses some of the fundamental concepts in inorganic, organic, and biological chemistry, and explores their social and medicinal relevance. This course includes one semester hour credit for laboratory sessions. This is a four credit hour course in total including a one hour lab. Christianity 2 Courses (9 Credits) Christian Theology and Tradition (CHRI 2373) A course designed to introduce the student to Christian beliefs on the Old Testament and the New Testament. Beliefs of scholars who have had a significant impact on Christian thought will also be considered. This is a three credit hour course. Old and New Testament (CHRI ) A course designed to introduce the student to the Old and New Testament. This course provides an understanding of the history, institutions, and theological insights of the Hebrew people as well as the life and teachings of Jesus, the early Christian movement, and the doctrinal concepts and ethical ideals of Christianity. This is a six credit hour course. Page 6 of 6

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