PRE-NURSING
2005 - 2006 College of the Ozarks Catalog

Jerry Easdon, Advisor

The nursing program is a two-track program. Track 1 leads to a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in nursing (this is not a BSN). Track 2 involves completion of only the minimal requirements for entrance to a registered nursing school.

TRACK 1óTHE DEGREE PROGRAM

REQUIREMENT I:
Completion of General Education Requirements.

REQUIREMENT II: Completion of the following courses:
   CHE 104 Principles of Chemistry
   BIO 214 Introduction to Microbiology
   BIO 224 Human Anatomy
   BIO 234 Human Physiology
   PHI 203 Intro To Philosophical Thought
   MAT 013 Intermediate Algebra
   FCN 303 Fundamentals of Human Nutrition
   FCC 213 Human Development for Pre-Nursing
   CSC 113 Fundamentals of Computer Systems (recommended)

REQUIREMENT III:
Satisfactory Completion of the requirements at a League of Nursing-approved School of Nursing. Most graduates have completed this requirement at either Cox School of Nursing or St. Johnís School of Nursing, both located in Springfield, Missouri.

TRACK 2

This track includes only the courses required for admission to a school of Registered Nursing and does not lead to a degree from College of the Ozarks.

   CHE 104 Principles of Chemistry
   SOC 103 Intro to Sociology
   ENG 103 College Composition I
   BIO 214 Introduction to Microbiology
   CSC 113 Fundamentals of Computer Systems (recommended)
   MAT 013 Intermediate Algebra
   FCN 303 Fundamentals of Human Nutrition
   FCC 213 Human Development for Pre-Nursing
   BIO 224 Human Anatomy
   BIO 234 Human Physiology
   PSY 103 Introduction to Psychology
   PSY 373 Abnormal Psychology
   PHI 203 Intro To Philosophical Thought

While attending College of the Ozarks, a student may have an opportunity to work at the college hospital. The hospital is a fully-staffed hospital in which the student has an opportunity to become acquainted with the various phases of nursing.

 

2005 - 2006 College of the Ozarks Catalog