Pre-nursing curriculum

The following text is taken from The University of Findlay's current undergraduate catalog.
 
The pre-nursing program at The University is a non-degree course of study that prepares students to enter an accredited nursing program and earn a BSN degree. The University of Findlay currently has articulation agreements with Lourdes College and Mt. Carmel College of Nursing to allow students who meet pre-specified requirements the opportunity to enter one of these programs and earn their bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degree.

For the Mt. Carmel College of Nursing program, students who complete a minimum of 49 hours of pre-specified course work at The University of Findlay and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better with a minimum of a "C" in each course may apply for admission to the Mt. Carmel Nursing Program. The major requirements include: BIOL 322, 322L, 323, 323L, 412, 412L; CHEM 111/111L or 130/130L; CHEM 325, 325L; HEPR 205; PHIL 221; PSYC 100, 208; SOCI 105. In addition, students must complete the following general education requirements: five to six hours from humanities or social sciences; RELI 101; ENGL 104 if needed); ENGL 106 or 206; and MATH 123. Recommended courses include HEPR 150 and 220.

For the Lourdes College program, students who complete a minimum of 59 hours of pre-specified course work at The University of Findlay and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better are eligible to apply to the Lourdes University Nursing Program. The major requirements include: BIOL 322, 322L, 323, 323L, 412, 412L; CHEM 111, 111L, 325, 325L; HEPR 150, 205; PHIL 100, 101, or 220; PHIL 221; PSYC 100, 208; SOCI 250. In addition, students must complete the following general education requirements: ENGL 106 or 206, 235; three hours of art/music and history; and six hours of religion.