Curriculum

2020-2021 Curriculum

Listed are courses included in the curriculum at St. Joseph’s College of Nursing. General education courses taken at another regionally accredited college or university may be eligible for transfer credit if similar in content, rigor, and learning outcomes. Additionally, a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) must have been earned to be awarded transfer credit. Refer to our “Credit for Previous Coursework” on our website or in our catalog.

Only Nursing (NSG) courses are included in the Evening/Weekend option. Therefore, it is strongly suggested that the liberal arts & science courses (except PHL 346) be completed before enrolling in St. Joseph’s Evening/Weekend option. For more information, please see the College of Nursing Catalog.

Click here for a printable version of our Weekday Curriculum

Click here for a printable version of our Evening/Weekend Curriculum

  FIRST YEAR – FIRST SEMESTER CREDITS
BSC 201* Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/Lab 4
PSY 101* Introductory Psychology 3
WRT 101* Critical Writing 3
NSG 110 Foundations of Nursing & Health 7
NSG 111 Nursing Assessment & Skills I 2
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  FIRST YEAR – SECOND SEMESTER CREDITS
BSC 202* Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/ Lab 4
PSY 220* Human Life Span Development 3
NSG 121 Nursing Assessment & Skills II 2
NSG 123 Health & Illness Across the Lifespan for the Individual and Family 8
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  SECOND YEAR – FIRST SEMESTER CREDITS
BSC 205* Basic Microbiology w/Lab 4
NSG 209** Holistic Health Care across the Lifespan** 10
NSG 211 Nursing Assessment & Skills III 2
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  SECOND YEAR – SECOND SEMESTER CREDITS
PHL 346* Ethics and the Nurse 3
SOC 101* Introductory Sociology or Intro to Anthropology 3
NSG 213 Transition into Professional Practice 9
NSG 214 Nursing Assessment & Skills IV 1
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Total Credits for Associate Degree: 68

* Courses offered by our affiliate, Le Moyne College
** NYS pilot course replacing NSG 210 Holistic Health (5) and NSG 212 Health Care Systems (5)

Call our Admissions Office at (315) 448-5040, if you have any questions regarding program options, transfer credit, and any future coursework you may wish to take prior to attending St. Joseph’s College of Nursing.

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