Want to be a nurse?
Our Associates Degree in Health Sciences fulfills the prerequisites you will need for junior-status entry into typical nursing programs.
Consult with the appropriate advisor in the Natural Sciences and Health Department.
62 credits: 28 credits in residence of which 12 must carry the BIO or PHS prefix.
|BIO 221||Human Anatomy and Physiology I||4|
|BIO 222||Human Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|PHS 211||General Chemistry I*||4|
|PHS 212||General Chemistry II||4|
|Mathematics course – 100-level or higher**||3-4|
|PSY 140/141||General Psychology||3|
|SOC 140||Principles of Sociology||3|
|HD 230||Life Span Human Development||3|
|SS 351||Cultural Anthropology||3|
|OR SOC/HIS 340||Ethnic Relations in America||3|
|EN 101||College Composition||3|
|EN 200||Advanced Composition||3|
|BI 151||The Bible as Literature||3|
|Humanities Colloquy** HUM 210/211/212/213/310||3|
|HHK 150||Personal Health and Fitness||2|
|13 credits from the following**:|
|MA 342||Statistical Methods||4|
|First Year Learning Community||3|
|Religion course (BI, REL)||2-3|
|Fine arts course (cultural/historical)||2-3|
|HCA 270||Context and Language of Healthcare||2|
|Other elective credits chosen with advisor|
*College Algebra competency is required prior to taking PHS 211.
**Mathematics, elective and humanities courses should be chosen in correlation with published entry requirements for the nursing schools of intended application.
Updated July 2016