RN's may receive up to 65 transfer credits for an associate degree in nursing and diploma RNs may receive 30 transfer credits for the RN license. The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing consists of 126 credits, divided into five components of a liberal arts education.
Selected courses are available at the Mid-Manhattan location.
World Literature ENGL 320
Integrated I INTG 300
Integrated II INTG 400
Computer (recommended) MATH 107
Statistics (recommended) MATH 118/119
*General Chemistry I CHEM 105
*General Chemistry II CHEM 106
*Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 207
*Anatomy & Physiology II BIOL 208
*Microbiology BIOL 211
* Pathophysiology BIOL 333
**Pharmacophysiology BIOL 334
Social Science Component
Human Development I PSYC 319
Human Development II PSYC 320
Theory and Research in Nursing NURS 209
Health Assessment NURS 309
Leadership in Nursing NURS 402
Life Cycle NURS 409
RN's must select one of the Masters Core courses to fulfill the required 16 credits in the nursing major*
Advanced Nursing Theory NURS 501
Advanced Nursing Research NURS 502
Dynamics of Nsg Leadership NURS 504
Ethical & Policy Issues in Health NURS 505
The graduate credits will count towards the baccalaureate degree and may be used toward the master's degree if pursued.
* Science courses will be accepted in transfer with a minimum grade of "C".
**Pharmacophysiology credit may be awarded by an NLN Challenge examination
RN nursing students transferring into the College of Mount Saint Vincent must have earned a minimum grade of “C” in all required courses transferred into the college.
Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools are required to have their nursing transcript evaluated by the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools, (CGFNS).