KCTCS Lower Division Curriculum for Traditional BSN Program

KCTCS Lower Division Curriculum for Traditional BSN Program

Lower Division Curriculum for Traditional BSN Program

Fall 2018

This should only be used as a guide and is not official.

University of Louisville classes

KCTCS Courses

Credits

Written Communication: ENGL 101 and ENGL 102

ENGL 101 and ENGL 102

6

**Math: MATH 111, 112, 180, 190, or 205

MAT 150, 170, or 175

3

Statistics: MATH 109

STA 220 or STA 251

3

Chemistry For Health Professions: CHEM 105

CHE 130, 150 or CHE 170 without lab

3-4

Oral Communication COMM 111, 112, or 115

COM 181 or 252

3

Social Behavorial: PSYC 201

PSY 110

3

Social Behavioral Historical*

HIS 101, 102, 108, 109

3

Arts and Humanities (different subjects)*

ANT 130, ENG 161, 261, 264, HUM 135, 140,150, 230, 250, 251, PHI 100, 140, REL 101, 130

3

Arts and Humanities (different subjects)*

ART 100, 105, 106, ARTH 104, MUS 100, 207, 222, THA 101

3

Diversity D1*

ARTH 104, HIS 108, 109, HUM 140, 230, 250, 251, MUS 207, WGS 201

3

Diversity D2*

ANT 130, ENG 261, 264, HIS 101, 102, HUM 150, REL 130

3

PHIL Program Requirement PHIL 207, 211, 222, or 323

PHI 110, 140

3

Lifespan Development: PSYC 306

PSY 223

3

Human Nutrition: HSS 303

NFS 101

3

Microbiology with Lab: BIOL 257 and 258

BIO 225 lab included

3-4

Anatomy and Physiology: BIOL 260, 261, 262

BIO 137 and 139 lab included

7-8

Pathophysiology: NURS 338

No KCTCS Equivalent

4

Pharmacology: NURS 395

No KCTCS Equivalent

3

*These are only samples of courses that fulfill these requirements. For other options check with the UofL Office of Transfer Services.  Courses in these areas may cross count.

**An ACT math score of 25 or higher will fulfill this math requirement.

Students must have earned a minimum of 61 college credits prior to entering the upper division portion of the nursing curriculum

Minimum grade of “C” required in sciences, nutrition, and English.  Anatomy & Physiology can be repeated only one time.  Recommend completion of anatomy and physiology sequence at the same institution is recommended.  Failing two NURS courses will result in immediate dismissal from the School of Nursing.

The University and/or the School of Nursing reserves the right to change programs of study, academic policies, academic requirements, fees, schedules of courses or the announced academic calendar without prior notice.  Students are encouraged to meet with their assigned advisor on a regular basis.  This document is to be used as guide for students and is unofficial.

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