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Oral Roberts University Anna Vaughn School of Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
2009-2010

Total Hours Required = 131
Hours in Major = 62

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SEMESTER 1 – FRESHMAN
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PSY 201
CHE 101
CHE 101
COMP 102
HUM 101
BLIT 110
HPE 001
GEN 099

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PHS 224
PHS 224
PSY 301
NUR 300
NUR 230
THE 103
HPE ___

TOTAL

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NUR 304
NUR 305
HUM ___
COMP 303
GOV 101
HPE ___

NUR 403
NUR 400
NUR 430
NUR 499
HPE ___

Microbiology ...................................... 3
Microbiology Lab ............................... 1
Foundations of Nursing ...................... 5
Pharmacotherapeutics ......................... 3
American History ............................... 3
Oral Communication .......................... 3
HPE Activity ................................. .5
TOTAL

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17.5

WI Patterns of Community Health ..... 4
Patterns of Health & Illness III ........... 4
Patterns of Childbearing ..................... 4
Research/Senior Paper II *** ............. 2
HPE Activity .................................. .5

NUR 307
NUR 498
MAT 232
HUM ___
HPE ___

15.5

SEMESTER 8 - SENIOR
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NUR 405
Patterns of Leadership ........................ 6
NUR 406
Patterns of Health & Illness IV ........... 6
NUR 477
NCLEX-RN Review ........................... 2
HPE ___
HPE Activity ..................................... .5
Participation in graduation exercises ................... 0

TOTAL
14.5
TOTAL
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Pre-requisite course
** Humanities: 222, 233, 244, 301, 333, 250, 255, 260, 270, Art 103, 104, Mus 300, Drama 215, Comp 101
*** Honors course available with permission from the Dean.

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18.5

Patterns of Health & Illness II ............ 7
Senior Paper I *** .............................. 2
Elementary Statistics .......................... 3
(See below for choices)**................... 3
HPE Activity ................................. .5

TOTAL

SEMESTER 7 – SENIOR
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17

SEMESTER 6 – JUNIOR

Community Mental Health Nursing .... 4
Patterns of Health & Illness I .............. 4
(See below for choices) ** ................. 3
Critical Reading & Writing ................ 3
American Government ....................... 3
HPE Activity .................................. .5
TOTAL

BIO 212
BIO 212
NUR 202
NUR 301
HIS 101
COM 101
HPE ___

16.5

SEMESTER 5 – JUNIOR
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Human Anatomy................................. 3
Human Anatomy Lab ......................... 1
Nutrition ............................................. 3
Survey of New Testament Lit. ............ 3
Called to Care ..................................... 3
(See below for choices)**................... 3
Health Fitness II................................ 1

SEMESTER 4 – SOPHOMORE

Human Physiology ............................. 3
Human Physiology Lab ...................... 1
Developmental Psychology ................ 3
Health Assessment I ........................... 3
Pathophysiology I............................... 3
Charismatic Life/Healing Ministry ..... 3
Swimming Prof. or HPE Activity ... .5
TOTAL

PHS 223
PHS 223
NUT 201
BLIT 120
NUR 200
HUM ___
HPE 002

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SEMESTER 3 – SOPHOMORE
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CREDIT
HOURS

SEMESTER 2 – FRESHMAN

Intro to Psychology ............................ 3
Principles of Chemistry ...................... 3
Principles of Chemistry Lab ............... 1
Reading & Writing in Liberal Arts ...... 3
Intro. to Humanities I ......................... 3
Survey of Old Testament Lit. ............. 3
Health Fitness I .................................. 1
Whole Person Assessment................. 0
TOTAL

COURSE
TITLE

14.5

GENERAL EDUCATION
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BLIT 120: Survey of New Test. Lit. (Spring)
COM 101: Oral Communications
COMP 102: Reading & Writing in Liberal Arts
COMP 303: Critical Reading & Writing
GOV 101: American Government
HIS 101: American History
HPE 001: Health Fitness 1
HPE 002: Health Fitness II
HUM 101: Into. to Humanities I (Fall)
HUM : See choices below*
HUM : See choices below*
HUM : See choices below*
MAT 232: Elementary Statistics
THE 103: Charismatic Life/Healing Ministry

PRE-REQUISITES
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CHE 101: Principles of Chemistry Lecture
CHE 101: Principles of Chemistry Lab
PSY 201: Intro to Psychology
NUT 201: Nutrition
PHS 223: Human Anatomy Lecture
PHS 223: Human Anatomy Lab
PHS 224: Human Physiology Lecture
PHS 224: Human Physiology Lab
PSY 301: Developmental Psychology
BIO 212: Microbiology Lecture
BIO 212: Microbiology Lab

PROFESSIONAL NURSING
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NUR 200: Called to Care
NUR 202: Foundations of Nursing Process
NUR 230 :Pathophysiology I
NUR 300: Health Assessment I
NUR 301: Pharmacotherapeutics
NUR 304: Community Mental Health Nursing
NUR 305: Patterns of Health & Illness I
NUR 307: Patterns of Health & Illness II
NUR 400: Patterns of Health & Illness III
NUR 403 WI: Patterns of Community Health
NUR 405: Patterns of Leadership
NUR 406: Patterns of Health & Illness IV
NUR 430: Patterns of Childbearing
NUR 477: NCLEX-RN Review
NUR 498: Research/Senior Paper I
NUR 499: Research/Senior Paper II

*Humanities 222, 233, 244, 301, 333, 260, 270,
Art 103, 104, Mus 300, Drama 215, Comp 101

1.

Students who have not completed a high school biology course with a grade of “C” or better must enroll
in BIO 111 prior to enrolling in Anatomy & Physiology or Microbiology.

2.

It is recommended that courses be taken sequentially as presented on the degree plan; however, in some cases it
is necessary to deviate from the sequence of courses projected on the degree plan sheet. Some basic rules are
helpful in planning enrollment.
It is recommended that the Humanities courses be taken sequentially as numbered.
COMP 303: Critical Reading and Writing must be completed before semester 6.
All General Education courses must be completed before semester 7.
Students may enroll in correspondence courses the summer prior to the senior year only with special
permission of the Dean of the School of Nursing.
Except when taking Health Fitness I & II, an HPE Activity course must be taken every semester of full-time
enrollment.
After admission to the nursing major, grade point average requirements for progression in program include the
following:
A GPA of 2.5 or above must be achieved in pre-requisite courses with no grade below a “C”.
Pre-requisite courses may not be repeated more than once to achieve a grade of “C”.
Pre-requisite courses must be completed prior to enrollment in the upper-division, Junior-Senior
level courses.
An overall cumulative GPA of 2.5 must be maintained throughout the program.
A GPA of 2.5 in nursing courses with no grade below a “C” must be maintained.

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