MAJOR: 83 CREDITS
- BIO207/L Anatomy and Physiology I (3/1)
- BIO208/L Anatomy and Physiology II (3/1)
- BIO310/L Microbiology (2/1)
- BIO407 Pathophysiology (3)
- CHE101 General Chemistry (3)
- CMP101 English Composition (3)
- MTH104 Survey of Statistics (3)
- NURLDV Nursing Lower Division Studies (30)
- NUR305 Health Assessment (3)
- NUR315 Concepts of Professional Nursing Practice (3)
- NUR316 Holistic Perspectives (3)
- NUR317/L Professional Nursing Practice I (6/0)
- NUR417/L Professional Nursing Practice II (6/0)
- NUR432 Professional Issues (3)
- NUR453/L Professional Nursing Practice III (6/0)
NURSING GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES: 36 CREDITS
NOTE: Nursing courses are not permitted.
NOTE: For students who provide an official high school transcript indicating successful completion of Chemistry, CHE101 will be waived; consequently, such students will be required to take 3 additional credits in core electives.
FREE ELECTIVES: 1 CREDIT
Course must be Liberal Arts and Science approved. Nursing courses not permitted.
TOTAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS = 120 CREDITS
Requirements for Admission:
- Successful completion of an Associate Degree in Nursing or a Diploma Nursing Program at an Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) or Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) accredited and state approved institution.
- Official transcripts from all colleges attended on record at Daemen College.
- Verification of nursing license or graduate permit to practice as a registered nurse*
- Completion of at least 60 credit hours of liberal arts and sciences (includes lower division nursing credits earned through transfer).
- Availability of a car for community experiences.
*Note: RN licensure is required to progress to the 400 level nursing courses.
Requirements for Graduation
- A minimum grade of C in all upper division Nursing courses.
- An overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.00.
- Apply for degree:
All degree students are required to file an Application for Degree with the Registrar’s Office at the onset of the final term of study. The Application for Degree form is accessible via Self Service.
Access the course sequences for the RN to BS in Nursing, from the Nursing Department web page or the Program Plans site on the Registrar’s web page.
When a student enrolls in NUR 417 and 453, a mandatory fee of $50.00 is imposed to cover malpractice insurance during the external learning experiences. This is required by the College regardless of whether the student has additional malpractice insurance of his or her own.