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       NSG 201 Foundations of Nursing, 3 credits
       NSG 300 Concepts of Nursing, 2 credits
       NSG 301 Functional Health Patterns Adults I, 6 credits
       NSG 302 Functional Health Patterns Psychiatric Nursing, 4 credits
       NSG 303 Functional Health Patterns Adults II, 6 credits
       NSG 304 Functional Health Patterns Pediatrics, 4 credits
       NSG 305 Physical Assessment, 3 credits
       NSG 320 Principles of Pharmacology, 3 credits
       NSG 325 Informatics for Healthcare Professionals, 3 credits
       NSG 397A Professional Nursing Concepts and Theories, 3 credits
       NSG 398A Health Assessment Across the Lifespan, 3 credits
       NSG 401 Functional Health Patterns Adults III, 5 credits
       NSG 402 Functional Health Patterns Childbearing, 4 credits
       NSG 403 Functional Health Patterns in Populations, 4 credits
       NSG 404 Functional Health Patterns Adults IV, 4 credits
       NSG 405 Baccalaureate Capstone, 3 credits
       NSG 410 Introduction to Nursing Research, 3 credits
       NSG 413 Cooperative Education in Nursing Leadership, 1-8 credits
       NSG 460A Care of Aggregates, Communities and Populations, 3 credits
       NSG 465A Clinical Application of Aggregates, Communities and Populations, 2 credits
       NSG 480 Special Topics in Nursing, 1-3 credits
       NSG 499 Issues and Trends in Professional Practice, 3 credits
       NSG 504 Curriculum Design, 3 credits
       NSG 505 Teaching-learning Strategies, 3 credits
       NSG 511 Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology for Primary Care, 3 credits
       NSG 513 Advanced Physical Examination and Diagnostic Reasoning for Primary Care, 4 credits
       NSG 518 Advanced Practice Role Development for Primary Care, 1 credit
       NSG 519 Concepts and Theories in Nursing Science, 2 credits
       NSG 523 Family Health Promotion & Disease Prevention in Primary Care, 2 credits
       NSG 524 Introduction to Clinical Management of Family Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 3 credits
       NSG 526 Advanced Pharmacology for Primary Care, 3 credits
       NSG 535 Nursing Education Practicum, 3 credits
       NSG 570 Faculty Role Development, 3 credits
       NSG 590 Special Topics, 1-3 credits
       NSG 596 Independent Study, Variable credits
       NSG 599 Graduate Nursing Synthesis Seminar, 3 credits
       NSG 600 Family Health and Disease Management I, 2 credits
       NSG 601 Clinical Management of Family Health I, 2 credits
       NSG 602 Policy, Politics, and Healthcare Financing in Primary Care, 2 credits
       NSG 603 Family Health and Disease Management II, 2 credits
       NSG 604 Clinical Management of Family Health II, 2 credits
       NSG 605 Family Health and Disease Management III, 2 credits
       NSG 606 Clinical Management of Family Health III, 2 credits
       NSG 607 Research for Evidence-Based Primary Care, 3 credits
       NSG 608 Family Health and Disease Management IV, 2 credits
       NSG 609 Clinical Management of Family Health IV, 2 credits
       NSG 610 Research Seminar for Evidence-Based Practice, 1 credit
       NSG 611 Family Nurse Practitioner Clinical Synthesis, 3 credits
       NSG 612 Evidence-Based Practice Synthesis for Primary Care, 2 credits
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   Expand Electives
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