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Two-Plus-Two (High Desert)

The Two-Plus-Two (High Desert) option is available for students who have completed 60 or more transferable semester units of college credit in prerequisite and general education courses, including four sciences (anatomy; physiology; microbiology; the equivalent of CHEM 111, 112, and 114; and all labs) and college algebra with a minimum grade of C or better. The program allows students to complete the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in six consecutive semesters, including summers. Two-Plus-Two (High Desert) option Admission is based on units completed at the time of entrance, grade-point average, date of application, and space availability.

Two-Plus-Two applicants must meet the general BSN admission requirements and the prerequisite course requirements as listed below prior to enrolling in UNRS 105.

The coursework for students in the Two-Plus-Two Option is as follows:

Nursing Requirements for the Two-Plus-Two Option
UNRS 105
Foundations of Professional Nursing
6
UNRS 113
Pharmacology
2
UNRS 212/P
Nursing Care of Adults and Elderly
6
UNRS 220/L
Health Assessment
3
UNRS 260
Nutrition
2
UNRS 306
Theoretical Frameworks for Nursing**
3
UNRS 310/P
Mental Health Nursing/Practicum
4
UNRS 312/P
Nursing Management of Adults/Practicum
3
UNRS 313/P
Restorative Nursing/Practicum
4
UNRS 367
Pathophysiology
3
UNRS 382/P
Community Health Nursing/Practicum
3
UNRS 402/P
Nursing Care of Maternity, Newborn, and Women’s Health/Practicum
4
UNRS 403
Leadership and Management in Professional Practice
2
UNRS 404/P
Nursing Care of Children and Young Adults/Practicum
4
UNRS 411/P
Advanced Nursing Care of Adults and Aging/Practicum
5
UNRS 412
Clinical Residency Nursing
2
UNRS 425
Nursing Research
3
UNRS 496
Senior Seminar: Ethics and Issues in Health Care
4
Select one of the following:
UNRS 383
International Health Nursing
3
UNRS 384
Urban Health Nursing
3

*Meets a General Education core requirement.
**Meets the Upper-division Writing Intensive requirement.

Note: This information is current for the 2013-14 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.