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I have always had a heart for people and for service. I wanted a profession that gave me an opportunity to work directly with people and a profession that could utilize my skills to serve others who truly need it. What better profession than nursing? You get that chance every single day.
— Danica Cox ’12

Coursework

Major requirements for the Nursing Program: 95 hours (52 nursing credit hours plus 43 hours prerequisite credit hours) are required along with general education credits to earn the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.

A total of 124 credit hours (with a minimum of 60 baccalaureate hours) must be earned prior to graduation.

Nursing curriculum

Fall — first semester:

  • NSG300: Foundations of Nursing NSG300 — 3 credits
  • NSG311: Health Assessment — 2 credits
  • NSG312: Nursing Care of the Adult I — 4 credits
  • NSG320: Clinical Practicum I — 4 credits

Spring — second semester:

  • NSG329: Nursing Care of the Adult II — 4 credits
  • NSG327: Mental Health Nursing — 3 credits
  • NSG335: Clinical Practicum II — 4 credits
  • NSG340: Evidence—Based Practice For Nurses — 2 credits
  • Practical Skills for Managing Inter-personal Conflict SSC460* — 2 credits

Fall — third semester:

  • NSG401: Maternal Newborn — 3 credits
  • NSG402: Child and Family — 3 credits
  • NSG403: Community Health — 3 credits
  • NSG410: Clinical Practicum III — 4 credits

Interterm:

  • Basic Issues of Faith and Life BRL457* — 4 credits

Spring — fourth Semester:

  • NSG416: Complex Nursing Care of the Adult — 2 credits
  • NSG417: Nursing Leadership & Management — 3 credits
  • NSG425: Clinical Practicum IV — 2 credits
  • NSG426: Bethel Capstone — 3 credits
  • NSG430: Synthesis — 3 credits

Total nursing hours: 52

* Note: course is taken only once

If you are interested in transferring into the nursing program at Bethel College, information contained in this document can serve as a guide.