Marian University ABSN Curriculum
Marian University’s ABSN curriculum follows a rigorous, effective sequence of online and on-site coursework spread across four, 16-week semesters. This blended learning format provides the knowledge and skills that are necessary to sit for the NCLEX-RN exam.
During your time as a Marian ABSN student, you can expect to receive highly personalized attention from your faculty, clinical instructors, and the support of a close-knit cohort.
|NSG 129 Nursing Concepts & Connections||1|
|NSG 201 Health Assessment & Communication||4|
|NSG 241 Fundamentals||4|
|NSG 221 Community Health Concepts||2|
|NSG 251 Pharmacology and Dosage w/Lab I||4|
|NSG 211 Pathophysiology||3|
|THL 105 or 2nd approved THL 200 level or above**||3|
|NSG 335 Mental Health Nursing||4|
|NSG 331 Care of the Adult Client in Community/Acute Care Settings||5|
|PSY 205 Statistical Methods**||3|
|THL 200 level or above**||3|
|NSG 343 Nursing Research and Informatics||3|
|NSG 307 Care of the Childbearing Client in Community/Acute Care Settings||3|
|NSG 317 Care of the Pediatric Client in Community/Acute Care Settings||3|
|NSG 431 Care of the Adult Client in Community/Acute Care Settings II||5|
|NSG 493 Transition to Practice||2|
|NSG 441 Leadership/Community in the Nursing Profession||4|
|NSG 451 Clinical Immersion Experience||5|
|NSG 422 Population Health||2|
|NSG Nursing Elective||2|
**Must pass with a C or better.
Must pass all nursing courses with a C+ or better.
Please note that curriculum and admission requirements are subject to change.
Contact us to learn more about our ABSN curriculum.