Semester Course Schedule


The Accelerated Direct-Entry MSN program requires 64 credit hours, spread across five semesters.

Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3

Professional Nursing Leadership (3 Credits)


Accelerated Fundamental Concepts, Assessment & Skills for Nursing
(9 Credits)

Accelerated Mental Health Across the Lifespan (4 Credits)


Accelerated Nursing Care of the Adult
(6 Credits)


Biostatistics for Evidence-Based Practice
(3 Credits)

Accelerated Nursing Care of Child-Bearing Families (4 Credits, 1st Half of Semester)

Accelerated Nursing Care of Children & Families (4 Credits, 2nd Half of Semester)

Management of Patient Care (3 Credits)

Healthcare Policy (3 Credits)

Total Credits: 12
Total Credits: 13 Total Credits: 14
Semester 4 Semester 5  

Accelerated Nursing Care of the Community (5 Credits)

Theoretical Basis for Clinical Reasoning (3 Credits)

RN-BSN Informatics for the Professional Nurse (3 Credits)

Simulation and Care for the Patients (2 Credits)

Accelerated Complex Healthcare Concerns (9 Credits)

Research & Best Evidence for Clinical Reasoning (3 Credits)

 
Total Credits: 13 Total Credits: 12