Curriculum Program Plans

Curriculum Program Plans jeff Wed, 08/11/2021 - 17:06

 

Prerequisite plan prior to LCN
Must be completed before starting nursing program

Transfer credit specific course numbers available within "Transfer Guides." located on www.lakeviewcol.edu or you may contact a recruiter.

Transfer Credits

Semester I

Semester II

*

English Composition I

3

*

English Composition II

3

*

Behavioral Science Elective

3

*

General Elective

3

*

Humanities Elective

3

*

Fine Arts Elective

3

 

Nutrition

3

x

Anatomy & Physiology I

4

*

Speech

3

 

Life Span Development

3

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS

15

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS

16

Semester III

Semester IV

x

Anatomy & Physiology II

4

x

Microbiology

4

+/x

Chemistry I

4

+

Statistics

3

*

Social Science Elective

3

+/x

Chemistry II

4

*

General Elective

3

*

Humanities/Fine Arts Elective

3

 

 

+

Medical  Terminology

1

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS

14

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS

15

*Prior Bachelor Degree Exempted      + Available at Lakeview College of Nursing     x Refer to Time Limitation Policy

 

 

Required 60 hours of prerequisites must be completed before starting any nursing course.  Please see the following suggested (Accelerated, Traditional, Pace) curriculum plans for nursing course requirements.

Additional preliminary coursework may be required as some institutions may require prerequisites prior to enrolling in courses listed.  Furthermore, due to varying credit hours for transfer courses, students may be required to complete additional coursework to fulfill the 60-credit hour general education requirements.

 

 

Suggested Traditional & Accelerated

NURSING Curriculum Plans

 

Lakeview College of Nursing

Nursing Courses

Semester V

Semester VI

+

N311   Foundations of Professional Practice

6

N321   Adult Health I

8

 

N312  Basic Health Assessment

3

N322   Basic Concepts of Pharmacology

4

+

N313   Basic Concepts of Pathophysiology

3

N323   Mental & Behavioral Health

3

 

N314  Introduction to Professional Nursing

2

N324   Older Adult Health

2

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS

14

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS

17

 

 

Semester VII

Semester VIII

N431   Adult Health II

7

N441   Adult Health III

4

N432   Maternal-Newborn Care

3

N442   Population & Global Health

3

N433  Infant, Child & Adolescent Health

3

N443   Leadership & Management

3

N434 Evidence-Based Practice

3

N444   Concept Synthesis

3

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS

16

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS

13

 

+ LPN’s have opportunity to proficiency

 

Fall Admissions Program Schedule

 

FALL

SPRING

SUMMER

FALL

SPRING

TRADITIONAL

Semester 1

Semester 2

 

Semester 3

Semester 4

ACCELERATED

Semester 1

Semester 2

**Semester 3

Semester 4

 

**A student must have a 3.0 LCN GPA at the end of Semester 2 to accelerate

the program by taking more than 8 credit hours during the summer semester and not be on Academic Probation.

 

 

Spring Admissions Program Schedule

 

SPRING

SUMMER

FALL

SPRING

SUMMER

FALL

TRADITIONAL

Semester 1

 

Semester 2

Semester 3

 

Semester 4

ACCELERATED

Semester 1

**Semester 2

Semester 3

Semester 4

 

 

**A student must have a 3.0 LCN GPA at the end of Semester 1

to accelerate the program by taking more than 8 credit hours during the summer semester and not be on Academic Probation.

 

 

 

 

Suggested fall or spring start

RN/BSN Curriculum Plan

 

Lakeview College of Nursing

Nursing Courses

Semester 1

FALL OR SPRING 1

Semester 2

FALL OR SPRING 2

N312 Basic Health Assessment*

3

N434 Evidence Based Practice Nursing

3

N313 Basic Concepts of Pathophysiology*

3

N322 Basic Concepts of Pharmacology*

4

N314 Introduction to Professional Practice

2

N324 Older Adult Health

2

 

 

N323 Mental & Behavioral Health*

3

Total Semester Hours

8

Total Semester Hours

   12

 

Semester 3

FALL OR SPRING 3

Semester 4

FALL OR SPRING 4

N441 Adult Health III

4

N443 Leadership & Management

3

N442 Population & Global Health

3

N444 Concept Synthesis**

3

Total Semester Hours

7

Total Semester Hours

6

 

*   RN-BSN Students have the option to proficiency two (2) of the following courses:

N312 Basic Health Assessment

N313 Basic Concepts of Pathophysiology

N322 Basic Concepts of Pharmacology

N323 Mental & Behavioral Health

** RN-BSN Students will complete course requirements as assigned by the instructor.

 

Note:  RN-BSN Student’s professional nursing experience may be substituted for clinical hours per the Dean of Nursing’s approval. 

 

This plan does not include any general education requirements that may be left to complete.  This can be discussed with the admission personnel.  Please see the graduation requirements.