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If you are interested in becoming a nurse, you might consider Sanford-Brown's Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program. Read on to learn more about what classes are required in this program.
Sanford-Brown's Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program is designed to prepare you to administer healthcare as a registered nurse. The curriculum is designed to include both a lecture and a clinical component. You have the opportunity to study areas such as anatomy and physiology, promotion of family health, nursing management, and mental health. Other areas of study could include nutrition, advanced nursing concepts, pharmacology, surgical nursing, and microbiology. This degree program requires students to complete clinical rotations before graduating.
Students applying to Sanford-Brown's Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program should have an interest in working in healthcare and studying medicine, biology, and nutrition. Potential Sanford-Brown students must live in close proximity to campus locations.
This course of study consists of 96 credits. It takes about 75 weeks to complete.
Nursing Course Requirements
|Course Code||Course Name|
|BIO 140||Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab|
|BIO 141||Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab|
|SSC 110||Human Development - Life Span|
|GE 100||Computer Applications with Lab|
|NUR 111||Nursing Concepts|
|MSC 150||Microbiology with Lab|
|NUR 126L||Nursing Fundamental Skills Lab|
|NUR 123||Nursing Fundamentals|
|NUR 123L||Nursing Fundamentals Clinical|
|NUR 145||Pharmacology I|
|PSY 101||Introduction to Psychology|
|NUR 127L||Medical/Surgical Nursing Skills Lab|
|NUR 112||Medical/ Surgical Nursing I|
|NUR 112L||Medical/surgical Nursing I Clinical|
|SOC 101||Introduction to Sociology|
|NUR 163||Maternal - Child Nursing|
|NUR 163L||Maternal - Child Nursing Clinical|
|NUR 146||Pharmacology II|
|ENC 101||English Composition|
|NUR 128L||Integrated M/S Nursing Skills Lab|
|NUR 212||Integrated M/S Nursing|
|NUR 212L||Integrated M/S Nursing Clinical|
|NUR 250||Advanced Maternal/ Infant Nursing|
|NUR 250L||Advanced Maternal/ Infant Nursing Clinical|
|NUR 213||Integrated M/S Nursing II|
|NUR 213L||Integrated M/S Nursing II Clinical|
|NUR 220||Mental Health Nursing|
|NUR 220L||Mental Health Nursing Clinical|
|NUR 243L||Nursing Preceptorship|
Sanford-Brown's Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program graduates could pursue work as a registered nurse. Before being eligible for work as a registered nurse, however, you will have to sit for the registered nursing exam, which is administered by the state in which you wish to practice.
Another option for Sanford-Brown's Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program graduates is to pursue a bachelor's degree in the nursing, which would qualify you to work as a registered nurse. However, you could pursue degrees in other healthcare-related fields as well. Degrees you could pursue include: