Degree Completion Program for registered Nurses
The degree completion program for registered nursing students provides advanced placement for Associate degree or diploma program RNs through either transfer of credit or through testing (See College catalog).
The student must hold the Registered Professional Nurse License in order to begin NUR 352
RN Students: Prior to clinical courses NUR 353 and NUR 496 students must submit the following:
- Current New York State License registration certificate
- Malpractice insurance with coverage of $1,000,000 per claim/3,000,000 aggregate
- Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification
- Evidence of Infection Control training
- A completed Division of Nursing Physical Form. Attach titre lab sheets for initial physical only.
No student is permitted to attend a clinical experience without a completed Division of Nursing Physical Form on file.
Note: The Division of Nursing reserves the right to make necessary program alterations in response to changes in professional nursing practice.
Please note: The sequencing of the following courses is individualized based on starting semester and according to pre-requisites.
|NUR 249||Humanistic Nursing Concepts for Professional Practice**||3|
|ENV 101||Environmental Studies||3|
|NUR 350||Health Assessment in the Community**||2|
|NUR 351||Integrative Nursing Practice||3|
|NUR 352||Culture of Health in Chronic Illness**||3|
|NUR 353||Public Health Issues in World Health**||5|
|NUR 389||Nursing Research||3|
|NUR 496||Leadership Management**||5|
** Courses with a HYBRID component
Nursing credits = 24
Residency credits = 30
Total credits = 128
(Core and science/liberal arts prerequisite courses)
This program is delivered in a blended format, which is part of Molloy's flexible learning opportunities initiative.
Please refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog (PDF) for more details about this program.
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