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2013-14 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Accelerated Second Degree B.S. in Nursing


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Program Director


Dr. Josanne Wollenhaupt
Office: CC-117
Phone 414-277-4533
Email: wollenha@msoe.edu

The accelerated BSN is an accelerated degree program that requires an earned BS or BA degree from an accredited institution for admission. Previous study must include coursework in: computer methods, math, communications (nine credits), life sciences (15 credits, inclusive of general/organic biochemistry and cell biology ) social science electives (18 credits) and bioethics. In addition, students much have completed medical terminology, anatomy and physiology (11 credits), statistics, developmental psychology, microbiology and nutrition. This is a 16-month program (six consecutive academic terms).

Student Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate is expected to:

  • Provide competent, caring, holistic nursing care to clients through analytical use of the nursing process.
  • Consistently employ appropriate, effective communication skills in nursing practice.
  • Incorporate principles of health promotion, maintenance and restoration to empower, clients to achieve optimal health.
  • Assume a professional role that is responsive to the needs of society.
  • Integrate historical context into professional practice.
  • Articulate a commitment to pursue lifelong learning.
  • Integrate appropriate technology when providing professional nursing care.
  • Provide leadership when collaborating with other health care team members and communities in assuming accountability for nursing care outcomes.
  • Integrate critical thinking skills, in diverse situations.
  • Synthesize research findings and knowledge from the humanities and sciences into professional nursing practice.

ASD-BSN Track V5.0X


Year One


Total: 15 lecture hours - 6 lab hours - 16 credits

Total: 13 lecture hours - 15 lab hours - 18 credits

Total: 10 lecture hours - 18 lab hours - 16 credits

Total: 11 lecture hours - 15 lab hours - 16 credits

Year Two


Note


The accelerated BSN is an accelerated track that requires an earned BS or BA degree from an accredited institution for admission. Previous study must include coursework in: computer methods, math, communications (9 credits), life sciences (15 credits, inclusive of general/organic biochemistry and cell biology) social science electives (18 credits) and bioethics.
In addition, students must have completed medical terminology, anatomy and physiology (11 credits), statistics, developmental psychology, microbiology and nutrition. The student’s academic records will be reviewed and evaluated by the School of Nursing.
 

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