Eligible students must have a bachelor’s degree in another discipline AND RN license in order to pursue this pathway.
Step 1: Apply to the BSN Program
Step 2: Complete Foundational Coursework
Step 3: In final semester of Foundational Coursework, apply to the MAN Program
Step 4: Admit to MAN and begin coursework
Foundational Coursework (12 credits)
NUR 300: Trends & Issues in Nursing
4 Semester Credits
A transitional course designed to investigate the current responsibilities of the professional nurse. Economic, social, political, and professional trends and issues are explored in relation to their implications for a changing practice.
NUR 410/411: Community Health I/II (taken together)
8 Semester Credits (4 in Community Health I; 4 in Community Health II
Introduces the theory and methods that are essential to maintain or improve the health of culturally diverse individuals, families, groups, and communities. Provides clinical experience in community-based health care delivery systems. Students will apply nursing process, teaching/learning theory, and public health principles with culturally diverse clients.
MAN Program Coursework (33 credits)
See MAN website.