RN-MN Course Plan
Students complete 9 credits of graduate courses while enrolled in the RN to BS program.  Upon admission to the RN to MN program, students complete the remaining 24 required credits in the post-licensure MN curriculum, for a total of 33 graduate credits for the MN.

NON-NURSING COURSES

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 cr
HUMANITIES 3-6 cr
ARTS 0-3 cr
HISTORY 3 cr
STATISTICS 3 cr
SOCIAL SCIENCE 9 cr
  • Sociology
  • Psych 101
  • Growth & Development
NATURAL / BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 21 cr
  • Inorganic/Organic Chem
  • Biochemistry
  • Anatomy & Physiology I and II
  • Microbiology
  • Nutrition
ELECTIVES 19-25 credits

COMPETENCIES
  • Math
  • English
CULTURAL DIVERSITY (May not apply)

FOREIGN LANGUAGE (May not apply)

 

NURSING CORE COURSES (with a grade of 'B-' or higher)
(BSN at Home on-line or off-campus )

  • Theoretical Foundations 4 cr
  • Health Assessment 4 cr
  • Management 4 cr
  • Research 3 cr
  • Community Health Nursing 3 cr
  • Nursing elective 8-10 cr

 

 

 

 

 

 

NURSING GRADUATE COURSES 
  • Health Promotion Perspectives 3 cr
  • Biostatistics and Applications for Nursing Practice 3 cr
  • Evidence Based Practice in Healthcare 3 cr


MASTER OF NURSING COURSES

  • Pathophysiology/Pharmacology 3 cr
  • Comprehensive Assessment of Health 3 cr
  • Epidemiology 3 cr
  • Managing in Systems of Care 3 cr
  • Evidence-Based Care Management
  • Care Management Practicum 3 cr
  • Clinical Outcomes and Information Systems 3 cr
  • MN Residency 3 cr

SUBTOTAL 24 credits

 

PREVIOUS NURSING CREDIT

30 nursing credits from previous degree in nursing are awarded
upon completion of one of the Advanced Nursing courses with a
minimum grade of 'B-' or higher.

SUBTOTAL 30 credits



Non-Nursing courses 64 credits
Nursing Core courses 30 credits
MN Program courses 33 credits
Previous nursing credits 30 credits


TOTAL 148 credits






WTCS Articulation Agreement for A.D.N. graduates of May 1996 or later – will have a total of 30 credits from these areas applied to the UWM degree.