Transfer Guide:

Nursing, BSN

Nursing, BSN

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Earn Your Nursing, BSN at A&M-Central Texas:

Expand career advancement opportunities in management, community/population health and research with the Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at Texas A&M University-Central Texas. This program provides a seamless pathway for students with an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Nursing to start the next chapter in your career. The BSN will provide a foundation for nurses to pursue graduate studies such as nurse practitioner, nurse educator, or nurse executive. Learn more about our Nursing, BS here.

Core Requirements
(Transfer Credits)
Other Institution Course Title SCH
ENGL 1301 (010)Composition I (010)3
ENGL 1302, ENGL 2311 (010)Composition II, Technical & Business Writing (020)3
MATH 1342 (020)Elementary Statistical Methods (020)3
BIOL 2401 (030)Anatomy and Physiology I (030)4
BIOL 2402 (030)Anatomy and Physiology II (030)4
CORE REQ (040)Language, Philosophy, and Culture Selection (040)3
CORE REQ (050)Creative Arts Selection (050)3
CORE REQ (060)American History Selection (060)3
CORE REQ (060)American History Selection (060)3
CORE REQ (070)Government/Political Science Selection (070)3
CORE REQ (070)Government/Political Science Selection (070)3
PSYC 2301 (080)General Psychology (080)3
BIOL 2421, BIOL 2420 (090)Microbiology for Science Majors, Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (090)4
Subtotal: 42
Additional Lower-Level Degree Requirements
(Transfer Credits)
Other Institution Course Title SCH
Transfer Nursing Courses Transfer Nursing Courses 30
PSYC 2314Lifespan Growth & Development (CORE REQ 090)3
SOCI 1301Introduction to Sociology3
SPCH 1311, SPCH 1315, SPCH 1321Introduction to Speech Communication, Public Speaking, Business & Professional Communication3
Subtotal: 39
Upper-Level Degree Requirements
(Taken at A&M-Central Texas)
TAMUCT Institution Course Title SCH
NURS 3300Professional Role Transitions3
NURS 3307Health Assessment3
NURS 3304Nursing Research3
NURS 3317Pathophysiology for the Registered Nurse3
NURS 4405Care of Individuals and Families4
NURS 3330Nursing Care of Older Adults3
NURS 4506Community Health5
NURS 4410Leadership and Management for the Registered Nurse4
NURS 4212Professional Issues for the Registered Nurse2
Any Level Electives (as required to reach 120 hours)Any Level Electives (as required to reach 120 hours)9
Subtotal: 39
Total: 120

  • Any-level electives may be taken at either at Texas A&M University-Central Texas or another institution. Please consult an academic advisor prior to selecting any-level electives.
  • Transfer guides are for planning and visualization purposes only. Official degree plans will be provided after admission.
  • Nursing Program Admission is required.