Senior Second Degree Graduate Course Opportunities

Senior second degree students in good standing with a GPA of 3.5 or better may earn up to six graduate credits while completing the undergraduate program with permission of their advisor and the Director of Graduate Nursing Programs. Courses are offered to eligible undergraduate students on a space available basis. Students may register to take the following graduate courses after successful completion of the indicated prerequisite course work:

  1. NSG 511 Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology for Primary Care (3 credits)
  2. NSG 518 Advanced Practice Role Development for Primary Care (1 credit)
  3. NSG 519 Concepts and Theories in Nursing Science (2 credits)

Note: Taking graduate coursework may require students to attend classes at times other than proposed in the part-time schedule.