OHSU

Program of Study

Bachelor of Science Degree Requirements

Non-Nursing Courses* (53 credits) Credits
Natural Science Group (26 credits)*
Anatomy & Physiology I, II, III

Nutrition
Microbiology
Intro to Genetics (one course or a module within a course)
Statistics



3
3
4
3
4

English (9 credits)*  
English Comp I & II
Technical/Scientific Writing
6
3
Humanities (9 credits)
 
English (non-composition), Foreign Languages, History of Art or Art Appreciation, History of Music or Music
Appreciation, Linguistics, Philosophy, Religion, Speech or Theatre Arts, and Women’s Studies
9
Social Science (9 credits)
 
Human Growth & Development (Lifespan)
Social Science Electives (e.g., Anthropology, Psychology, Political Science, Sociology, Economics, General
Social Science, History)
3
6
Upper division non-nursing courses (15 credits)

Electives (34 credits, including the 15 upper division non-nursing credits)

Nursing Courses (93 credits)



34
NRS 110/210:Foundations of Nursing: Health Promotion
NRS 111/211:Foundations of Nursing in Chronic Illness I
NRS 112/212: Foundations of Nursing in Acute Care I
NRS 230: Clinical Pharmacology I
NRS 231: Clinical Pharmacology II
NRS 232: Pathophysiological Processes I
NRS 233: Pathophysiological Processes II
NRS 221/321: Nursing in Chronic Illness II & End of Life
NRS 222/322: Nursing in Acute Care II & End of Life
NRS 410: Population-Based Care
NRS 411: Epidemiology
NRS 412: Leadership & Outcomes Management in Nursing
NRS 424: Integrative Practicum I ++
NRS 424 A, B, C, D, E, F, G, or H (Focus Course, see course descriptions)
NRS 425: Integrative Practicum II
NRS 425 A, B, C, D, E, F, G, or H (Focus Course, see course descriptions)
9
6
6
3
3
3
3
9
9
9
3
10
9
1
9
1

Nursing Credits

Non-Nursing Credits*
Electives
Total Credits

93
53
34
180
*Courses not available at OHSU that will be taken either during the prerequisite year or while dually enrolled with OHSU and another institution.
++ Students with an AAS in Nursing from an OCNE partner school may articulate NRS 224 for NRS 424.

 

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