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Nursing

Associate of Science in Nursing

Gordon State College's School of Nursing faculty have designed the curriculum based on concepts and competencies derived from recommendations for the education of nurses, changes in nursing practice and health care delivery, and changes in population health. Healthcare is a complex and rapidly evolving system that compels nursing education to graduate students who are capable of using sound clinical reasoning to make prudent decisions in order to facilitate the delivery of safe, quality care. Graduates must be prepared to interact within today's complex healthcare environment; appreciate the ambiguity associated with nursing practice and healthcare delivery; maintain compassion, civility and integrity; and be attuned to the needs of individuals, families, and the larger community.

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Area F Requirements

Advising Notes
  • College Preparatory Curriculum requirements do not apply to students in two-year terminal degrees. However, students in these programs who transfer into programs leading to the baccalaureate degree will be required to meet CPC requirements if they have not completed 30 semester hours.
  • Students must complete all courses in the nursing curriculum and the core curriculum with a grade C or better. Students must maintain an overall and nursing program grade point average of 2.00 to remain in the program.

Required Courses

30 Hours
  • NURS 1910
  • NURS 1905
  • NURS 1906
  • NURS 1911
  • NURS 1912
  • NURS 2910
  • NURS 2911
  • NURS 2912
  • NURS 2907

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