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Bachelor of Science in Nursing Online

Graduates from our Bachelor of Science in Nursing online program have a vast array of employment opportunities available to them. Our graduates work in community hospitals, long-term care facilities, schools, trauma centers, home health agencies and more.

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Program Overview

The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation has a long history of innovation in nursing education. UTA's high-quality nursing online curriculum has one of the state's highest graduation and licensure rates. Graduation and first-time National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) pass rates exceed 90 percent.

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icon $17,850 Total Tuition1
icon As few as 15 months Program Duration
icon 121 Credit Hours

Residents of certain states may not be eligible to enroll in all UTA accelerated online programs. See program map for details. Currently enrolled students who reside in ineligible states may continue in their program without interruption.

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The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master's degree program in nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice program and post-graduate APRN certificate program at The University of Texas at Arlington are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.

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The College of Nursing offers an innovative, accelerated BSN program. Key elements of UTA's BSN Accelerated Online program include:

  • Course content delivered via a blended learning model with online, technology-enhanced courses and UTA faculty-supervised clinical experiences at partner hospitals throughout the state
  • An instructional format not linked to a traditional semester-based schedule, thus allowing students to enter and progress through the program in an expedited manner
  • Students receiving the majority of clinical experiences in the healthcare partner's facilities. This approach enhances the new graduate's readiness to practice and minimizes the time needed for new nurse orientation resulting in a significant cost savings to the healthcare organization.

The Texas Center for Nursing Workforce Studies reported the state's demand for full-time registered nurses in 2008 exceeded supply by 22,000. This gap is predicted to increase to 70,000 by 2020. Despite this increasing shortage, Texas nursing schools turned away approximately 8,000 qualified applicants due to lack of funding, available faculty and clinical slots.

"UTA is providing a Texas solution for a Texas problem. The gap between the demand and supply of registered nurses is a significant health and business issue for the state," said Dr. Beth Mancini, College of Nursing associate dean. "By working with hospitals and health systems, we believe this new approach to nursing education provides an effective strategy to produce competent new graduate registered nurses at our hospital partner sites across Texas."

About the BSN Program

The 51 credit-hour (14 course) online BSN program is designed to be completed in as few as 15 months. Individual courses in the program vary in length from 5 to 14 weeks. Once accepted into the program, students must complete the required courses in the exact sequence prescribed by the College of Nursing. While course content is delivered in an online format, students will be assigned to complete their required supervised clinical experiences at a clinical site located in one of the following Texas metropolitan areas: Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, McAllen-Edinburg, College Station or Temple. (Please note that clinical locations for new students may vary each semester.)

Requirements to Apply to the Program

Students applying to the online accelerated BSN program must have completed 70 credit hours (22 courses) prior to starting the program. Students may complete most prerequisite courses prior to the application deadline, and certain prerequisite and pre-nursing courses may be completed during the semester of application and one semester after the application deadline. The required upper division nursing elective must be completed prior to starting the upper division portion of the program.

For additional nursing degree online information, please call an enrollment specialist at 866-489-2810.

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Tuition

We understand that it can be difficult to manage work, classes, life and finances. That’s why UTA offers an affordable online education with pay-by-the course options. Financial aid may also be available for students who qualify.

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Program Per Program Per Course* Per Credit Hour
General Courses - $504 $168
Bachelor of Science in Nursing $17,850 - $350
Pre-Nursing Courses - - $350

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"...It's more than just a piece of paper. It's actually changing the way you see nursing."

Melanie Aluotto, BSNGraduate of UTA's Online BSN Program

Calendar

Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing Online program offers multiple start dates to accommodate your working schedule and busy lifestyle.

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Please refer to the calendar below for the list of start dates and deadlines for the Lower-Division Prerequisite Courses. Before you may begin taking the AO BSN nursing courses, you must finish all Lower-Division Prerequisite Courses, which are offered online through UTA. To see which Prerequisite Courses are going to be offered on each start date, download the course schedule.

Course Start Application Deadline All Supporting Documents Due Registration Deadline Tuition Deadline Session
1/14/2019 12/14/2018 12/28/2018 1/9/2019 1/11/2019 Spring
3/18/2019 2/15/2019 3/1/2019 3/13/2019 3/15/2019 Spring
5/20/2019 4/19/2019 5/3/2019 5/15/2019 5/17/2019 Summer
8/12/2019 7/12/2019 7/26/2019 8/7/2019 8/9/2019 Fall
10/14/2019 9/13/2019 9/27/2019 10/9/2019 10/11/2019 Fall

The following chart contains the start dates and the application deadlines for the Upper-Division Nursing Courses. Those courses will be delivered through the College of Nursing & Health Innovation in a 15-month Accelerated Online format. Check the complete list of the requirements you must meet prior to submitting your second application to show your intent to start in the AO BSN Upper-Division Nursing Courses.

BSN Upper Division Start Date 2nd Application Deadline TEAS Due Date
September 2019 1/15/2019 1/15/2019
January 2020 6/1/2019 6/1/2019
September 2020 1/15/2020 1/15/2020

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Admissions

The College of Nursing and Health Innovation admission process is the first step towards changing your life and enriching the lives of others. Familiarize yourself with these admission requirements, along with information on required documentation.

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BSN Online Admission Requirements for General and Pre-requisite Courses

  • Complete online application and submit application fee
  • Submit official transcripts
    • Official transcripts record all courses, bachelor's degrees or highest degree conferred by a regionally or nationally accredited institution. Official transcripts are sealed transcripts sent from the granting institution.
  • Applicants must have at least 24 credit hours of transfer work to be eligible for pre-nursing.
  • Top applicants will be ranked and admitted based on space availability.

College Of Nursing Requirements

Pre-Licensure BSN students admitted to UTA Fall 2017 and after—as freshmen or transfer students—are required to take the TEAS exam for their standardized admission exam to the upper-division nursing program. Students advised by their BSN Academic Advisor prior to the Fall 2017 semester can take either the TEAS exam or the HESI A2 exam. If needing the TEAS exam for admission to a different university's nursing program, verify with that institution what sections and scores may be needed for admission. Read more information about the TEAS. If you have previously taken the Health Education Systems, Inc. Admission Assessment (HESI A2) exam, please view HESI A2 information and requirements.

Visit Undergraduate Nursing Advising (pre-licensure) for a list of AO BSN advisors.

Specific admission requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • 2.75 Grade Point Average (GPA) in required prerequisites, including all prerequisite nursing and natural sciences courses. (GPA is a minimum requirement, and does not guarantee admittance into the AO BSN program.)
  • Complete the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) exam:
    • The TEAS exam is a four-hour, computer-administered exam required for application to UTA's Pre-Licensure BSN programs.
    • There are four exam sections: Reading, Math, Science, and English and Language Usage.
    • Complete the Math, Science, Reading, English and Language Usage sections of the TEAS Exam. Applicants must score at minimum in the proficient range of 58.7% - 77.3%.
    • The TEAS can be retaken every 30 days with a maximum of three (3) times in a year.
    • If the TEAS exam is repeated, all sections must be re-taken. Submitted scores must be from the same test administration.
    • TEAS scores are valid for two (2) years.
  • The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam is required if the applicant's native or first language is not English and if he or she does not hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. institution. View additional TOEFL information here. Exemptions can be reviewed in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation Academic Catalog.
  • Complete sixteen credit hours of natural sciences by the application deadline.
  • All prerequisites, including the three nursing prerequisites and an upper division elective, must be successfully completed prior to beginning the nursing program.
  • Once you have completed your General courses and Pre-Nursing courses, you will need to fill out your second application to show your intent to start in the BSN nursing courses.
  • Partner hospital clinical sites vary each semester. Priority will be given to students employed by partner hospital system offering clinical sites during that semester.
  • View College of Nursing and Health Innovation policies (.pdf)

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Courses

To complete the BSN online program, students must complete the required courses listed below.

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These courses are available online and must be completed before you can begin the AO BSN program. If you have taken these courses in the past, they can be transferred into the AO BSN program.

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HIST 1311: History Of The United States To 1865

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

An introduction to the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the United States prior to 1865. This course is designed to help students understand and evaluate their society, comprehend the historical experience, and further develop reading and writing competencies and critical skills. Prerequisite: completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1301.

HIST 1312: History Of The United States Since 1865

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

An introduction to the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the United States since 1865. This course is designed to help students understand and evaluate their society, comprehend the historical experience, and further develop reading and writing competencies and critical skills. Prerequisite: completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1301.

ENGL 1301: Critical Thinking, Reading, & Writing I

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

The critical thinking about, and reading and writing of, referential/expository discourse. Introduction to inventional procedures. Writing assignments focusing on identification and development of a subject, on organization, audience analysis, style, and the revision process.

ENGL 1302: Critical Thinking, Reading, & Writing II

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on critical thinking about, and reading and writing of, argumentative discourse. Introduction to inventional procedures such as types of proofs and claims and the Toulmin model. Writing assignments focusing on the identification, development, and support of propositions of fact, cause, value, and policy. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

POLS 2312: State & Local Government

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

The principles and organization of American state, county, and municipal government, together with current problems and the constitution and government of Texas.

ART 1301: Art Appreciation

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Intended to develop an understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of art in its many forms. Recommended as a fine arts elective for non-art majors.

BIOL 1345: Biology I for Nursing Students

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

This course focuses on the chemical and molecular basis of life, including metabolism, cell structure and function, and genetics to provide knowledge of these subjects for those pursuing a degree in nursing. Note: This course cannot be applied for credit toward a degree in Biology.

BIOL 2457: Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

Functional morphology of humans, cellular function, principles of support and movement, and neural and endocrine control systems. Laboratory exercises involve both anatomical and experimental aspects of principles introduced in the lecture. This class is designed for students in sport activities (EXSA), medical technology, and pre-nursing. Prerequisite: BIOL 1345, BIOL 1441, or equivalent, or approval of the department. May not be used for biology grade point calculation or biology credit toward a B.S. degree in biology or microbiology.

BIOL 2458: Human Anatomy and Physiology II

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

Functional morphology of humans, maintenance of the human body, and continuity of life. Topics will include the cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, immune, and reproductive systems. Laboratory exercises explore both anatomical and experimental aspects of principles introduced in the lecture. This class is designed for students in sport activities (EXSA), medical technology, and pre-nursing. Prerequisite: BIOL 1345, BIOL 1441, or equivalent, BIOL 2457, or approval of the department. May not be used for biology grade point calculation or biology credit toward a B.S. degree in biology or microbiology.

BIOL 2460: Microbiology

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

The intention of this course is to present basic information, relevant to nursing practice, with the principles of microbiology and the nature of microbial disease. This course will give the nursing student a fundamental background of knowledge that will be applicable to the care of infectious patients, to the control of microbial diseases, and an understanding of microorganisms. The laboratory will provide practice in aseptic techniques, the use of disinfectants and antimicrobial agents, and microscopic study of bacteria. This course cannot be applied for credit toward a degree in Biology. Prerequisite: BIOL 1345, BIOL 1441, or equivalent.

CHEM 1451: Chemistry

Duration: 15 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

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ENGL 2338: Technical Writing

Duration: 5 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Processes of researching, drafting, editing, revising, and designing technical reports, proposals, manuals, resumes, and professional correspondence for specific audiences. Prerequisite: ENGL 1301, ENGL 1302. For RN to BSN students, this course can be a co-requisite with N3345 part A as long as it is taken in the AP 5 week course format.

MATH 0311: Foundations for Contemporary Mathematics

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

This course is designed for students whose placement scores or life experience indicate that they may need additional preparation in order to take a college credit-bearing mathematics course. This course provides foundational preparation for MATH 1301. Topics include basic numeric and algebraic operations, expressions, linear and quadratic equations, solving techniques, graphing, mathematical logic and reasoning, as well as a brief introduction to probability and statistics. Students will use mathematical software to master targeted areas and progress through a modified self-paced environment in order to achieve college readiness. Immediately following the successful completion of this foundational course, students should register for a credit-bearing mathematics course according to their degree plan, specifically MATH 1301. Credit in this course does not fulfill any degree requirements.

MATH 0312: Foundations for College Algebra

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

This course is designed for students whose placement scores or life experience indicate that they may need additional preparation in order to take a college credit-bearing mathematics course. This course provides foundational preparation for Math 1302 or Math 1315. Topics include basic numeric and algebraic operations and expressions, linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, rational expressions, factoring, exponents and radicals, graphing, and quadratic equations. Students will use mathematical software to master targeted areas and progress through a modified self-paced environment in order to achieve college readiness. Immediately following the successful completion of this foundational course, students should register for a credit bearing mathematics course according to their degree plan, specifically MATH 1302 or MATH 1315. Credit in this course does not fulfill any degree requirements.

MATH 1301: Contemporary Mathematics

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

This course covers material in a traditional algebra course together with real-world applications of mathematics. It develops problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Topics include the mathematics of dimensional analysis, mathematical logic, population growth, optimization, voting theory, number theory, graph theory, relations, functions, probability, statistics, and finance. The use of mathematical software and calculators is required. See course syllabus for details. Credit may be received for only one of MATH 1301, MATH 1302, or MATH 1315.

MATH 1302: College Algebra

Duration: 8 & 15 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Topics include the study of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, radical, absolute value, logarithmic, and exponential relations; functions and inequalities; graphs, basic characteristics, and operations on relations and functions; real and complex zeros of various functions; graphing techniques; systems of equations; and matrices. The use of mathematical software and a basic/scientific calculator is required. No graphing calculators are allowed. All exams will be proctored for a minimal fee using an online proctoring service requiring a webcam. See course syllabus and blackboard course site for specific details.

MATH 1308: Elementary Statistical Analysis

Duration: 8 & 15 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Topics include collection, analysis, presentation, and interpretation of data. Analysis includes descriptive statistics, probability, relationships between variables and graphs, elementary statistical models, hypothesis testing, inference, estimation, correlation, regression and confidence intervals. The use of mathematical software and calculators is required. All exams will be proctored for a minimal fee using an online proctoring service requiring a webcam. See course syllabus and blackboard course site for specific details.

POLS 2311: Federal Government

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

The constitution and government of the United States. The organization, procedures, and duties of the branches of the government, together with their accomplishments and defects.

PSYC 3310: Developmental Psychology (Lifespan)

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Human development and growth from conception through old age, concerned with the physical, behavioral, and social aspects.

PSYC 1315: Introduction to Psychology

Duration: 8 & 15 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

The fundamental methods and content of scientific psychology. Concentration on the understanding of basic principles.

SOCI 1311: Introduction to Sociology

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

A scientific approach to the analysis and explanation of culture, personality, and social organization. The social processes and mechanisms of interaction involved in the natural process of cultural development, dissemination, assimilation, and the institutions of the group.

In addition to the above list, one of the following literature courses must be completed before you can begin the AO BSN program. If you have taken one of these courses in the past, they can be transferred into the AO BSN program.

ENGL 2329: American Literature

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Consideration of significant American works with a focus on ideas and the ways in which they reflect cultural and aesthetic values; emphasis on critical methods of reading, writing, and thinking; at least three genres and six authors considered.

ENGL 2319: British Literature

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Consideration of significant British works with emphasis on ideas and the ways in which they reflect cultural and aesthetic values; emphasis on critical methods of reading, writing, and thinking; at least three genres and six authors considered.

ENGL 2309: World Literature

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Consideration of significant works of world literature with emphasis on ideas and the ways in which they reflect cultural and aesthetic values; emphasis on critical methods of reading, writing, and thinking. Examines at least three genres and six authors.

Students must complete all prerequisites and pre-nursing courses prior to starting the upper division program. Patho and Pharm are valid for three (3) years. The time is calculated from the time the student completes the course and enrolls in the upper division program.

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NURS 2300: Introduction to Professional Nursing

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Designed to introduce the pre-nursing student to specific professional and clinical concepts in nursing. Selected concepts and processes for professional nursing will include an introduction to nursing's theoretical, philosophical, ethical, and legal dimensions. Course activities will focus on development of teamwork and collaboration skills, critical thinking, and reflective practice.

NURS-UL 3365: Pharmacology in Nursing Practice

Duration: 13 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Introduction to current concepts of pharmacology and their relationship to nursing practice. Included are basic principles of drug actions, side effects for major drug classifications, and the role of the nurse in drug therapeutics. Prerequisite: BIOL 2457, 2458, CHEM 1451.

NURS-UL 3366: Pathophysiologic Processes: Implications for Nursing

Duration: 13 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Pathophysiologic alterations, their interactions, and effects on persons across the life span as a basis for therapeutic nursing interventions. Prerequisite: BIOL 2457, 2458, CHEM 1451.

Note: 51 credit hours of required Nursing Courses plus 3 credit hours of an upper division nursing course = 54 total credit hours.

The clinical courses can only be completed with select partnership hospitals in Texas at this time.

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  2. Under "Departments", select "Colleges", "UT Arlington", "APBSN"
  3. Select your level – e.g. Junior 1, Junior 2. This will bring up the package options for purchase.

NURS 3320: Holistic Health Assessment

Duration: 14 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Theory and practice of holistic health assessment of individuals and families across the life span with emphasis on normal findings. Prerequisite: NURS 3333 (or concurrent enrollment).

NURS 3321: Nursing Research

Duration: 5 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Basic concepts, processes and applications of nursing research. Research role of the nurse in decision making and clinical practice. Prerequisite or Corequisite: NURS 3561.

NURS 3333: Health Promotion & Illness Prevention Across the Lifespan

Duration: 6 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Focus on health promotion and disease prevention strategies that can reduce morbidity and mortality, promote healthy lifestyles and empower individuals and aggregates to become informed healthcare consumers. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the nursing program.

NURS 3561: Nursing of Adults

Duration: 13 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 5

Application of the nursing process with emphasis on critical thinking, therapeutic nursing interventions, and effective communication for persons experiencing medical-surgical problems. Theory and clinical application in diverse settings. Prerequisite: NURS 3632.

NURS 3481: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing

Duration: 12 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

Application of the nursing process with emphasis on critical thinking, therapeutic nursing interventions, and effective communication and interpersonal skills as they relate to persons with psychiatric mental health conditions. Prerequisite: NURS 3632.

NURS 3632: Clinical Nursing Foundations

Duration: 14 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 6

Basic therapeutic nursing interventions with individuals and families in diverse settings using nursing process framework. Required to receive 90 percent or above (three opportunities) on medication competency test. Prerequisites or Corequisites: NURS 3320, 3333.

NURS 4223: Professional Nursing Trends

Duration: 5 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 2

Analysis of societal issues and trends influencing healthcare. Application of ethical, legal, economic, and political concepts. Identification of strategies for personal and professional empowerment. Prerequisites or Corequisites: NURS 4431 and 4581.

NURS 3261: Nursing of Older Adults

Duration: 5 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 2

Selected concepts and issues related to aging and its impact on society and healthcare. Introduction to gerontologic nursing principles. Clinical application in diverse settings across the continuum of care.

NURS 4351: Nursing Leadership & Management

Duration: 6 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Exploration of organizational strategies, leadership theories and societal trends with implications for decision making in healthcare. Introduction to management skills needed by professional nurses with clinical application in diverse settings. Prerequisites or Corequisites: NURS 4431, 4441, 4581.

NURS 4431: Nursing of Children & Adolescents

Duration: 6 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

Nursing care for infants, children, adolescents, and their families. Theory and clinical application in diverse settings. Prerequisites or Corequisites: NURS 3561, 3581.

NURS 4441: Nursing of the Childbearing Family

Duration: 7 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

Application of the nursing process with emphasis on critical thinking, communication and therapeutic nursing interventions as related to care of individuals and families during the childbearing experience. Prerequisite: NURS 3581 and 3561.

NURS 4462: Community Health Nursing

Duration: 7 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 4

Integrate knowledge from nursing theory and public health science in assessing healthcare needs of aggregates, communities, and society. Prerequisites or Corequisites: NURS 4431, 4441, 4581.

NURS 4581: Nursing of Adults with Complex Needs

Duration: 13 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 5

Use of critical thinking, therapeutic nursing interventions and communication skills in promoting quality of life for persons with complex health needs. Application of nursing roles in diverse settings. Prerequisites or Corequisites: NURS 3561, 3581.

NURS 4350: Capstone: Transition to Professional Nursing

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Focus on the synthesis of knowledge acquired throughout the curriculum and the enactment of the professional nurse role in a concentrated practicum. Prerequisites or Corequisites: NURS 4223, 4261, 4351, and 4462.

This program requires 3 credit hours of upper division electives.

NURS 3352: Legacy of the Family

Duration: 5 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Explore and enhance understanding and application of principles of family science knowledge in therapeutic relationships with families across the lifespan. Course Conditions: Prelicensure APBSN students: Acceptance in UTACON program; Completion of NURS 1300 Introduction to Professional Nursing; Completion of NURS 3365 Pharmacology; Completion of NURS 3366 Pathophysiology. RN to BSN AP students: Acceptance in UTACON program.

NURS 3309: Medical Terminology

Duration: 8 weeks  |  Credit Hours: 3

Topics in biology not treated in the regular curriculum. Topic, format, and prerequisites to be determined by the instructor. May be repeated for credit as different topics are offered.

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