Jan 27, 2021  
Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2021 - Phase II 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2021 - Phase II

QB/Hunter RN to BS Nursing


The QB RN to BS program was developed ten years ago, allowing AAS graduates from Queensborough Community College who have their RN license to practice in New York State to enter Hunter in their junior year to take nursing courses to complete thier BS degree. The nursing profession and health care delivery in general have evolved substantially since the RN to BS curriculum was created over 10 years ago. Students must learn more complex nursing content than ever before, and must be prepared to care for sicker patients than in the past. For example, in the current health care climate, patients are discharged after shorter hospitalizations than traditional practice, resulting in a population of patients with higher acuity and who require complex care by nurses.In addition, these proposed changes are aligned with the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s current Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice (2008). The online format matches the RN to BS curriculum (approved in 2015) and is responsive to the adult learner.

Proof of graduation from the QB nursing program


Submit proof of graduation from the QB nursing program prior to beginning course work. The licensing exam (NCLEX-RN) must be completed and proof of passing the exam must be submitted to the School of Nursing by the end of the first semester or a student will be unable to progress in the program.

Curriculum


Prerequisite requirements may not be taken on a Credit/No Credit basis.

Prerequisite requirements with a minimum grade of “C” or its equivalent:
• General Chemistry with lab ( CHEM 10000 (STEM) ,   CHEM 10100  or higher equivalent course
• Human Anatomy and Physiology I & II (BIOL 12000   BIOL 12200  ) 2 courses
• Introduction to Statistics (STAT 11300  or higher equivalent course
• Microbiology with lab (BIOL 23000 )
• English Composition (ENGL 12000 )
• General Psychology (PSYCH 10000 )
• Human Development (Developmental Psychology of the Life Span) (PSYCH 15000 )