Nursing Major (Bachelor of Science)
A student majoring in nursing must complete 83 quarter hours in nursing courses, the required cognates, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements for a total of 192 quarter hours as outlined in this bulletin. In compliance with the regulations of the state, the School of Nursing reserves the right to revise, add or withdraw courses as necessary to ensure a quality nursing program.
A minimum grade-point average of 2.75 is required. No grade lower than C will apply.
The following 200-level clinical courses can be taken in one of two tracks, College Place or Portland Campus. A student must complete the three clinical courses in one of the following blocks:
Clinical Courses for College Place Students:
Clinical Courses for Portland Campus, Accelerated Summer Format:
NRSG 325: This course is a prerequisite for 400 level nursing clinical courses
No grade lower than C will apply.
See the General Studies section of this Bulletin.
|PEAC ||Physical Education Activity Courses||
| ||Humanities (fine arts, literature, philosophy)||
|ENGL 121||College Writing I||
|ENGL 122||College Writing II||
|ENGL 223||Research Writing||
| ||General Studies Electives (varies)||
| ||Religion and Theology (minimum of 6 quarter hours in Biblical Studies)||