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School of Nursing

School of Nursing

RN to BSN Program Curriculum

The RN-BSN track is a post licensure option to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing with 120 credit hours. The Student is required to be Registered Nurses (RN) and must have completed the pre-requisite courses (60 credit hours) from the Freshman and Sophomore Years. Credit for the clinical based courses (30 credit hours) from the Junior Year and Summer Session will be awarded by examination. The students will take the Health Assessment Course (5 credit hours) from the first semester of the Professional Component in the Summer and complete the Fall and Spring Semesters (25 credit hours) from the Senior Year in residence to complete the program of study and be awarded the Bachelor of Science in Degree in Nursing from Grambling State University. A senior project will be completed in lieu of an exit examination.

Senior Year (Summer Semester)
Semester Courses (T/T) Hours      
Nur 306 Health Assessment 5      
Nur 306K Health Assessment Practicum 0      
TOTAL     15        


Senior Year
1st Semester Courses (T/T) - (Fall) Hours   2nd Semester Courses (T/T) - (Spring) Hours
Nur 415 Intro Research in Nursing 3   Nur 418 Critical Thinking in Nursing 2
Nur 416 Community Health Nursing 4   Nur 419 Adult Health III Nursing 5
Nur 416K Community Health Practicum 0   Nur 419K Adult Health III Practicum 0
Nur 417 Adult Health II Nursing 6   Nur 420 Management in Nursing 5
Nur 417K Adult Health II Practicum     Nur 420K Management Nursing Practicum 0


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