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Undergraduate: BS in Nursing

Recommended First Year Course Sequence

BS in Nursing RN-BSN-MSN Track First Year Recommendation
Quarter Start Schedule
First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Fourth Quarter
Course 1 Course 2  Course 3 Course 4 Course 5 Course 6 Course 7 Course 8
Midterm Start Schedule*
  First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Fourth Quarter
Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4 Course 5 Course 6 Course 7
  • Course 1: NURS 3100 Issues and Trends in Nursing
  • Course 2: NURS 3020 Health Assessment
  • Course 3: NURS 5051 Transforming Nursing and Healthcare Through Technology
  • Course 4: NURS 4005 Topics in Clinical Nursing
  • Course 5: STAT 3001 Statistical Methods and Applications or PSYC 3002 Introduction to Basic Statistics
  • Course 6: NURS 3150 Foundations in Nursing Research
  • Course 7: NURS 5052 Essentials in Evidence-Based Practice
  • Course 8: NURS 4115 Role of the Nurse - Public and Global Health

Courses in italics are recommended general education or elective courses

 

The above sequence is intended for those students without transfer of credit. If you do have transfer of credit or are wondering how your transfer of credit might impact your course sequence please schedule an appointment with your Student Success Advisor to go over your best registration plan.

* Walden quarters typically start September, December, March, and June. If you took HMNT 1001 starting in mid-October, mid-January, mid-April, or mid-July please use the Midterm Start Schedule.

 

BS in Nursing RN-BSN Track First Year Recommendation
Quarter Start Schedule
First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Fourth Quarter
Course 1 Course 2  Course 3 Course 4 Course 5 Course 6 Course 7 Course 8
Midterm Start Schedule*
  First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Fourth Quarter
Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4 Course 5 Course 6 Course 7
  • Course 1: NURS 3100 Issues and Trends in Nursing
  • Course 2: NURS 3020 Health Assessment
  • Course 3: NURS 3110 Information Management and Patient Care Technology
  • Course 4: STAT 3001 Statistical Methods and Applications or PSYC 3002 Introduction to Basic Statistics
  • Course 5: NURS 3150 Foundations in Nursing Research
  • Course 6: NURS 4100 Quality and Safety in Evidence-Based Practice
  • Course 7: NURS 4105 Advocacy Through Health Case Policy
  • Course 8: NURS 4115 Role of the Nurse - Public and Global Health

Courses in italics are recommended general education or elective courses

 

The above sequence is intended for those students without transfer of credit. If you do have transfer of credit or are wondering how your transfer of credit might impact your course sequence please schedule an appointment with your Student Success Advisor to go over your best registration plan.

* Walden quarters typically start September, December, March, and June. If you took HMNT 1001 starting in mid-October, mid-January, mid-April, or mid-July please use the Midterm Start Schedule.