Regis College Young School of Nursing has not made a determination of whether the curriculum meets educational requirements for licensure for all states and jurisdictions. A complete list with the determinations will be available in the near future.
|ENG 102 English Composition II||3|
|BIO 121 Anatomy and Physiology I||4|
|BIO 122 Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|BIO 220 Microbiology||4|
|MA 210 Statistics||3|
|PS 233 Intro Human Development/Development Lifespan||3|
|Nursing Courses (validated by transcript)||40|
|History OR Literature||3|
|Expressive Arts (ART, MUS, THE, ASL, SPN, any foreign language)||3|
|NU 304 Health Assessment||3|
|NU 321 Nursing Care of the Aging Adult||3|
|NU 403 Evidence for Clinical Practice||3|
|NU 404 Concepts and Challenges in Professional Practice||3|
|NU 510 Community-Based Nursing||6|
|PBH 303 Public Health Policy and Advocacy (counts as NUR)||3|
|NU 402 Informatics||3|
|Total Required Courses||30|
You must maintain an overall GPA of 2.7 and cannot receive a grade below a 2.7 (B-) in any nursing course or below a 2.0 (C) in a non-nursing course. Any student who fails two nursing courses in the upper division in the nursing curriculum will not be allowed to progress in the program. If, upon successful completion of the BSN program, you wish to continue your education into a Regis MSN program, you must complete the application process through the Office of Graduate Admission.
Graduate credits may be applied to relevant master’s programs as appropriate. Three courses may be taken at the graduate level (at the graduate tuition rate).