Sep 21, 2019
Students wishing to enter the School of Nursing clinical level program will follow the following program of study. The program of study is for Interdisciplinary Studies - Nursing. Students or transfer students seeking to complete requirements to enter the clinical program in nursing.
University Core - English (12 hours)
University Core - History (6 hours)
University Core - Bible (6 hours)
University Core - Social Sciences (9 Hours)
University Core - Science (16 hours)
University Core - Mathematics (6 Hours)
University Core - Fine Arts (3 hours)
University Core - Physical Education (2 Hours)
Take two hours of activity courses
University Core - Chapel
Students at Mississippi College are required to complete chapel requirements based on the student classification at the time of enrollment as detailed below:
|Freshman (0-23 semester hours)
|Sophomore (24-53 semester hours)
|Junior (54-83 semester hours)
|Senior (84 or more semester hours)
Students classified as ADP (Accelerated Degree Program) and students enrolled in online degree programs are exempt from chapel requirements.
PSY 201 - Introduction to Psychology (General Psychology), PSY 314 - Developmental Psychology, SOC 205 - Sociology: An Introduction in Global Context, BIO 203 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab), BIO 204 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab), BIO 251 - Microbiology (with lab), KIN 211 - Nutrition, CHE 124 - Chemistry (with lab), NUR 250 - Transition to Nursing Practice, MAT 111 - College Algebra, MAT 207 or PSY 301 - Statistics … are all prerequisite courses required for continuation into clinical level coursework.
Nursing Prerequisite Courses (37 Hours)
Nursing Courses (63 Hours)
+Successful completion of the nursing curriculum indicates the student has content mastery related to nutrition and well-being across the life-span and signifies fulfillment of core requirements for one physical education course with emphasis in nutrition.
**Credit available to RNs by validation.
***Nursing students often have clinical experiences that occur during the time scheduled for Chapel. Although it is sometimes possible for students to attend Chapel during their first year of nursing courses, students in their last year of clinical courses are unable to attend Chapel due to these clinical experiences. Therefore, every attempt should be made to complete Chapel requirements prior to admission to the nursing major.
Sufficient elective hours must be taken to meet the minimum hour requirement for graduation in this program. Electives should be chosen in consultation with advisor.
Recommended Course Sequence
Freshman Year Semester 1 (16 sem. hrs.)
Freshman Year Semester 2 (16 sem. hrs.)
Sophomore Year Semester 1 (16 sem. hrs.)
Sophomore Year Semester 2 (18 sem. hrs.)
Guided elective (may be taken this summer or next). Any other prerequisites not completed may also be taken.
Junior Year Semester 1 (15 sem. hrs.)
Junior Year Semester 2 (15 sem. hrs.)
Senior Year Semester 1 (15 sem. hrs.)
Senior Year Semester 2 (15 sem. hrs.)
*This is the preferred course of study for a beginning freshman. Courses marked with the asterisk can be scheduled in summer to lighten the load during the regular school year. Transfer students will be individually advised, after evaluation of their previous coursework, as to an appropriate course of study.