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Nursing Preparation Track

Associate of Arts: General Studies (Nursing Preparation Track)

This degree offering has been specially designed to assist students who desire to complete an associate degree in nursing or a baccalaureate degree in nursing. In most cases nearly all of the prerequisite courses necessary for an associate degree in nursing or a BSN program will be met upon completing this track of courses.  Typically students will be able to transfer into an associate degree in nursing program and complete that program in 2 years.  Or, students will be able to transfer into a baccalaureate degree in nursing program and complete that program in 3 years (of full-time study).   
   
The Associate of Arts: General Studies (Nursing Preparation Track) requires students to complete 65 semester credit hours.  
   
A sample of courses include: Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology, General Chemistry, Introduction to Statistics, General Psychology, Developmental Psychology  
Students will also complete 12 credit hours of biblical studies: Story of Redemption, Principles of Bible Study, Biblical Doctrines, Ethics  
   
The suggested sequence of courses may be found here.