Associate Degree of Nursing (ADN) Curriculum

The curriculum below is the most current information available. To browse curriculum from the current academic year and past years, please view our Academic Catalogs. If you are a current student with questions about your course requirements, please speak with your advisor or refer to your Degree Audit Report (DARS) in eServices.

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   Practical Nursing Credits8 
   PHASE 1: General Education Requirements  
  BIOL1417Human Anatomy & Physiology I45
  BIOL1419Human Anatomy & Physiology II45
  BIOL1435Principles of Nutrition33
  BIOL2225Microbiology I34
  CHEM1406Fundamentals of Chemistry45
  ENGL1410Composition I33
  ENGL1420Composition II33
  PHIL1445 Ethics or Critical Thinking in Society33
  PSYC1405Life-Span Psychology33
   Semester Total3834
1Fall PHASE 2: Acceptance into Core Nursing   
1FallNURS2304Advanced Nursing Concepts34
1FallNURS2305Concepts of Nursing Practices I24
1FallNURS2310Family Nursing I33
1FallNURS2316Comprehensive Clinical I48
1FallNURS2319Nursing Pharmacology11
   Semester Total1320
2SprNURS2321Comprehensive Clinical II48
2SprNURS2325Family Nursing II33
2SprNURS2330Family Nursing III33
2SprNURS2336Concepts of Nursing Practices II24
2SprNURS2341Professional Nursing12
   Semester Total1320
   Program Total6474

Note: AAS degrees must have Gen. Ed. courses from three goal areas and AS degrees from six goal areas of the MN Transfer Curriculum.

Visit with advisor or refer to Degree Audit Report for elective options.

This course sequence is an example.