ABSN Curriculum

Over the course of our Accelerated BSN curriculum, you will complete a comprehensive curriculum of 70 credit hours, which includes 64 credits of nursing courses plus six credits of co-requisites (RELS 310 and MGT 420).

While our Hybrid ABSN program can be completed in as few as 16 months, our On-Ground ABSN curriculum is 19 months.

Hybrid ABSN Curriculum

Spanning four, 16-week semesters, our online-based ABSN program consists of online coursework, hands-on skills and simulation labs, and clinical rotations.

CourseCredits

Semester I

NURS 215Nursing Theory, Role Development, and Innovation3
NURS 225Health Literacy, Patient Education, and Informatics3
NURS 305Primary Care: Health Assessment Across the Lifespan3
NURS 306Primary Care: Health Assessment Across the Lifespan Practicum2
NURS 350Pharmacological Therapeutics3
NURS 325Fundamentals of Nursing Modalities4
NURS 326Fundamentals of Nursing Modalities Practicum2

Semester II

RELS 310Moral and Spiritual Dimensions of Health Care3
NURS 245Geriatrics and Health Care3
NURS 355Care of Healthy Adults and Elderly Populations (Adult I)4
NURS 356Care of Healthy Adults and Elderly Populations Practicum (Adult I)2
NURS 345Mental Health Nursing3
NURS 346Mental Health Nursing Practicum2

Semester III

NURS 415Care of Childbearing Family3
NURS 416Care of Childbearing Family Practicum1
NURS 420Care of Childrearing Family3
NURS 422Care of Childrearing Family Practicum1
NURS 450Critique and Evaluation of Nursing Research3
NURS 435Health Problems of Adult and Elderly Populations (Adult II)4
NURS 436Health Problems of Adult and Elderly Populations Practicum (Adult II)2

Semester IV

NURS 380Ethical/Legal Issues in Health Care3
MGT 420Business Dimensions of Health Care3
NURS 485Public Health and Disaster Management3
NURS 486Public Health and Disaster Management Practicum2
NURS 460Clinical Immersion5
TOTAL70

On-Ground ABSN Curriculum

Felician University’s 19-month On-Ground ABSN program consists of six, 12-week sessions.

CourseCredits

Session I

NURS 215Nursing Theory, Role Development, and Innovation3
NURS 225Health Literacy, Patient Education, and Informatics3
NURS 350Pharmacological Therapeutics3
RELS 310Moral and Spiritual Dimensions of Health Care3

Session II

NURS 305Primary Care: Health Assessment Across the Lifespan3
NURS 306Primary Care: Health Assessment Across the Lifespan Practicum2
NURS 325Fundamentals of Nursing Modalities4
NURS 326Fundamentals of Nursing Modalities Practicum2

Session III

NURS 245Geriatrics and Health care3
NURS 355Care of Healthy Adults and Elderly Populations (Adult I)4
NURS 356Care of Healthy Adults and Elderly Populations Practicum (Adult I)2
NURS 450Critique and Evaluation of Nursing Research3

Session IV

NURS 345Mental Health Nursing3
NURS 346Mental Health Nursing Practicum2
NURS 435Health Problems of Adults and Elderly Populations (Adult II)4
NURS 436Health Problems of Adults and Elderly Populations Practicum (Adult II)2

Session V

NURS 415Care of Childbearing Family3
NURS 416Care of Childbearing Family Practicum1
NURS 420Care of Childrearing Family3
NURS 422Care of Childrearing Family Practicum1
MGT 420Business Dimensions of Health Care3

Session VI

NURS 380Ethical/Legal Issues in Health Care3
NURS 460Clinical Immersion5
NURS 485Public Health and Disaster Management3
NURS 486Public Health and Disaster Management Practicum2
Total70

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