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Nursing
Degree Requirements

Nursing
(17 semester course credits)

Required:

BIO 031N Human Anatomy for Nurses (1.25)

BIO 034N Human Physiology for Nurses (1.25)

BIO 041N Microbiology for Nurses (1.25)

BIO 047N Introduction to Statistics and Analytical Methods for Nurses (1)

CHEM 037N Survey of Chemistry for Nurses (1.25)

CHEM 038N Survey of Chemistry II: Principles of Nutrition for Nurses (1)

COLL 005 Information Literacy/Information Technology Skills (0)

EDUC 161 Interpersonal Communication (1)

ENG 001 Critical Reading and Expository Writing (1)

HIST 011 The West and Its Cultural Traditions I (1) or
HIST 012 The West and Its Cultural Traditions II (1) or
HIST 031 American History I (1) or
HIST 032 American History II (1)

PHIL 015 Introduction to Philosophy (1) or
PHIL 062 Ethics (1)

PSYC 040 Life-Span Development Psychology (1)

PSYC 049 Fundamentals of Psychology (1)

SOC 055 Introduction to Sociology (1)

Creation and Criticism in the Arts (1), select one course from:

ARTH 018 Introduction to Western Art (1)

ARTH 019 Art of the Modern World (1)

ARTH 081 Introduction to Asian Art: India and the Himalayas (1)

ARTH 082 Introduction to Asian Art: China (1)
(or another art history course with the consent of instructor)

MUS 001 Exploring Music: Performance, Creation, and Cultural Practice (1)

MUS 014 Musics of the World: The Pacific, Asia, and India (1)

MUS 015 Musics of the World: Africa, the Mediterranean, and the Americas (1)
(or any other course approved to meet the creation and criticism in the arts requirement, with the consent of the academic advisor)

Multicultural Perspectives (1), select one course from:

ANTH 058 Cultural Anthropology (1)

ETHS 039 RaĆ­ces (Roots): Latin America and the Caribbean (1)

ETHS 042 Ethnicity and Environment in California (1)

ETHS 051 Introduction to Ethnic Studies (1)

ETHS 052 African American Women's History (1)

ETHS 139 Asian/Pacific American Women Writers (1)

ETHS 150 Black Feminist Theory (1)

ETHS 157 Race, Gender, and the Criminal Justice System (1)

ETHS 172 American Indian Women in the US (1)

HIST 160 History of Women in America (1)

MUS 014 Musics of the World: The Pacific, Asia, and India (1)

MUS 015 Musics of the World: Africa, the Mediterranean, and the Americas (1)
(or any other course approved to meet the multicultural perspectives requirement, with the consent of the academic advisor)

Women and Gender (1), select one course from:

ANTH 161 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women (1)

ENG 158 Contemporary Fiction by Women (1)

ETHS 052 African American Women's History (1)

ETHS 139 Asian/Pacific American Women Writers (1)

ETHS 150 Black Feminist Theory (1)

ETHS 157 Race, Gender, and the Criminal Justice System (1)

ETHS 172 American Indian Women in the US (1)

HIST 160 History of Women in America (1)

LET 115 African and Caribbean Literatures (1)

SOSC 120 Women and the Law (1)

WGSS 071 Introduction to Women's Studies (1)

WGSS 094 Feminist Social Ethics (1) 
(or any other course approved to meet the women and gender requirement, with the consent of the academic advisor)

Recommended:

NASC 051N Nursing Leadership Seminar I (.25)

NASC 052N Nursing Leadership Seminar II (.25)

Students are strongly encouraged to take Nursing Leadership Seminar every semester they are in residence at Mills.

 

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P: 510.430.2317
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E: nursing@mills.edu

Last Updated: 3/17/14