After Degree Nursing Program

There are 87 credit hours in the SCBScN After Degree Nursing Program. This includes one non-nursing course; the remainder are nursing courses.

Two courses are unique to the ADNP:

CNUR 211 – Alterations in Health & Assessment 1 (6 ch)
This course will introduce holistic assessment and nursing care associated with alterations of health of adults. Learners will take a critical inquiry approach to decisions about practice, integrating learning from other courses.

***Prerequisite: BIOL 222***
*Note: BIOL 222 can be taken concurrently*

CNUR 212 – Theory and Practice Education: Foundations of Care (6 ch)
This course introduces the provision of holistic care of adults as the basis for understanding the profession of nursing. Learners will develop fundamental nursing skills required to practice in an interprofessional care environment. The practice education component of the course will provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate application of nursing knowledge, informatics, and critical inquiry to inform clinical judgment and decision making in an acute care setting.

***Prerequisite: CNUR 202; CNUR 211***
Note: CNUR 202 and CNUR 211 can be taken concurrently

The remainder of the courses are part of the regular SCBScN program. These include:

  • BIOL 222
  • CNUR 106
  • CNUR 201
  • CNUR 202
  • CNUR 204
  • CNUR 206
  • CNUR 209
  • CNUR 300
  • CNUR 301
  • CNUR 302
  • CNUR 303
  • CNUR 304
  • CNUR 305
  • CNUR 400
  • CNUR 401
  • CNUR 402
  • CNUR 403
  • CNUR 404