Lindenwood University acknowledges the value of previous nursing education. As a result, Lindenwood awards 35 of the 71 nursing credits in transfer from the basic nursing degree or diploma program.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (post-licensure RN to BSN) requires the completion of nine required courses and two elective courses in the Department of Nursing and Public Health in addition to the general education requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree.
Required Nursing Coursework:
|NUR 31000||Professional Nursing|
|NUR 33000||Research and Evidence Based Practice|
|NUR 35000||Healthcare Policy and Finance|
|NUR 37000||Patient Safety and Quality|
|NUR 37500||Introduction to Health Informatics|
|NUR 41000||Holistic Health Assessment|
|NUR 43000||Leadership and Management|
|NUR 45000||Community Health and Health Promotion|
|NUR 47000||Nursing Capstone|
Elective Nursing Coursework:
Students must complete six credit hours of elective coursework based on their areas of clinical practice or leadership, selected from among the following options:
|NUR 37900||Nursing Genomics|
|NUR 38000||Nursing in Emergent Situations|
|NUR 38300||Population-Based Maternal and Child Health|
|AHS 38400||Health Literacy and Patient Education|
|AHS 38600||Complementary and Alternative Medicine|
Additional nursing elective courses under development.