APNI First Year Program of Study

Pre-licensure Coursework for APNI Students

During the first 5 quarters of study APNI students focus primarily on pre-licensure coursework and preparation for Registered Nurse (RN) exams. They also take their first 4 doctoral level courses.

Pre-licensure Program of Study - 5 Quarters - 600 Clinical Hours - 71 Total Credits

Summer Quarter - Foundational Courses for RN Practice - 12 credits
5024 Pathophysiology - 5 credits
5041 Foundational Concepts and Skills Lab - 4 credits
5141 Foundational Concepts and Skills Theory - 3 credits
Fall Quarter - Application of Nursing Process in Pediatric and Community Settings - 17 credits
5005 Pharmacology for Nursing Care - 5 credits
5008 Nursing Care of Children Clinical - 3 credits
5108 Nursing Care of Children Theory - 3 credits
5031 Promoting Population Health Clinical - 3 credits
5131 Promoting Population Health Theory - 3 credits
Winter Quarter - Leadership and Caring for Families - 15 credits
5012 Care of Childbearing Family Clinical - 3 credits
5212 Care of Childbearing Family Theory - 3 credits
5013 Leadership and Management - 3 credits
5021 Promoting Mental Health Clinical - 3 credits
5121 Promoting Mental Health Theory - 3 credits
Spring Quarter - Ethical and Evidenced Informed Care of Complex Patients - 17 credits
5025 Nursing Care during Altered Health in Adults Theory - 6 credits
5027 Nursing Care during Altered Health in Adults Clinical - 4 credits
6014 Nursing Theory and Critical Inquiry I - 3 credits*
6110 Ethical Care for Social Justice - 4 credits*
Summer Quarter - Population Based Health and Role Synthesis - 10 credits
5051 Population Role Synthesis - 3 credits
6020 Epidemiology - 4 credits*
6120 Population Based Health - 3 credits*

READY FOR RN LICENSE EXAM

Program of study shown is based on 2020-2021 AY. Curriculum is subject to change. All courses begin with prefix NURS.