Students in lecture.

Weekday Program – Effective Fall 2019


Fall Semester                                                                                                                              Credits
BIO215 Anatomy & Physiology I ** 4.0
ENG101 First-Year Composition** 4.0
NUR116 Fundamentals of Nursing 8.0
NUR141 Introduction to Pharmacotherapy 2.0
Spring Semester                                                                                                                        Credits
BIO216 Anatomy & Physiology II ** 4.0
PSY100 Principles of Psychology** 4.0
NUR118 Concepts of Holistic Nursing I 8.0
NUR142 Caring Processes in Pharmacotherapy 2.0
Summer Session                                                                                                                       Credits
NUR122 Clinical Practicum in Nursing 2.0


Fall Semester                                                                                                                             Credits
NUR232 Care of the Childrearing Family 7.0
NUR233 Issues in Professional Nursing Practice 2.0
BIO275 Microbiology ** 4.0
PSY220 Life-Span Developmental Psychology ** 4.0
Spring Semester                                                                                                                       Credits
NUR240 Concepts of Holistic Nursing II 9.0
NUR 244 Transition to Professional Practice 1.0
SOC100 Introduction to Sociology ** 4.0
Nursing 41.0 Credits TOTAL CREDITS
Arts & Sciences 28.0 Credits 69.0

** SECON has an articulation agreement with SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) to provide general education and science courses.  Courses transferred into SECON must be reviewed to ensure congruency with SUNY Poly course requirements. English I, Psychology, Developmental Psychology and Sociology must minimally be 3 credits.  Anatomy & Physiology I, Anatomy & Physiology II and Microbiology must minimally be 4 credits with a lab.

Matriculated SECON students must minimally complete 31 credit hours in nursing and have a minimum of 65 credits (including transferred courses) to be eligible to graduate.

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