The curriculum is divided into biological, social sciences, and humanities as a foundation for courses in the major; and nursing courses, which emphasize relationship-based care, reflective thinking, clinical decision making, and the use of evidence-based guidelines to develop quality and safe clinical skills. Clinical experiences are offered in area hospitals and in community health agencies. The senior year culminates in a capstone practicum in which students apply curriculum concepts in a precepted clinical experience.
The faculty of the nursing program believe learning is a creative process wherein students are active participants in their education, growth, and development as professional nurses. Faculty members are facilitators and mentors to students within a supportive, scholarly environment.
Honors-in-major courses are offered to interested nursing students who have achieved a minimum grade-point average of 3.75 in NURS courses and cumulative GPA of 3.4, or nursing students who are in the University Honors Program, at the end of the sophomore year in nursing.
- A grade of C or better in high school chemistry and biology or chemistry and physics is required.
- Undergraduate nursing students must earn a minimum of 128 credits
- Prerequisite courses require a grade of C or better.
- Most of the pre-requisite courses also meet university discovery requirements.
- Only one pre-requisite course may be repeated once with approved petition in order to progress.
- Major courses require a minimum grade of C.
- Nursing courses may not be repeated.
- A cumulative grade-point average of 2.50 or better must be maintained throughout the program.
- Each program level must be successfully completed prior to advancing to next the level.
- Prior approval is required for courses taken outside UNH.
- Students who are enrolled in the bachelor’s degree program must attain the last one-quarter (32 credits) of total credits for the degree in residence (at UNH).
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