Basic RN Curriculum Plan

 

For the Basic (Generic) Program
SEMESTER 1 - Course Titles

Semester Units

 

Theory

Laboratory

  N111 Nursing Pharmacology

1.0

 
  N112 Introduction to Professional Nursing Role

1.0

 
  N113 Introduction to Medical-Surgical Nursing

4.0

 
  N113L Introduction to Medical-Surgical Nursing Clinical  

4.0

    *Nutrition (Elective)

(3.0)

 

Total:

6.0

4.0

Successful completion of Semester 1 is pre-requisite to Semester 2 courses.

 

SEMESTER 2 - Course Titles

Semester Units

 

Theory

Laboratory

  N121 Nursing Pharmacology

1.0

 
  N122 Interdisciplinary Nursing Role

1.0

 
  N123 Medical-Surgical Nursing

2.0

 
  N123L Medical-Surgical Nursing Clinical  

2.5

  N124 Maternal-Child Nursing

2.0

 
  N124L Maternal-Child Nursing Clinical  

2.5

  * Sociology I Introduction to Sociology

3.0

 
  * Physical Education

1.0

 

Total:

10.0

5.0

Successful completion of Semester 2 is pre-requisite to Semester 3 courses.

 

SEMESTER 3 - Course Titles

Semester Units 

 

Theory

Laboratory

  N231 Nursing Pharmacology

1.0

 
  N232 Specialized Nursing Role

1.0

 
  N233 Intermediate Medical-Surgical & Psychiatric Nursing

3.0

 
  N233L Intermediate Medical-Surgical & Psychiatric Nursing Clinical  

6.0

  * Speech 101 Oral Communication

3.0

 

Total:

8.0

6.0

Successful completion of Semester 3 is pre-requisite to Semester 4 courses.

 

SEMESTER 4 - Course Titles

Semester Units

 

Theory

Laboratory

 

N242

Nursing Role in Leadership, Management, Current Issues & Gerontology

2.0

 
 

N243

Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing & Gerontology Nursing

2.0

 
 

N243L

Advanced Medical-Surgical & Gerontology Nursing Clinical

 

6.0

 

* United States History or Political Science

3.0

 
 

* Humanities Requirement

3.0

 

Total:

10.0

6.0

 

Credits on completion of Program

Nursing Theory 21 units and Nursing Clinical 21 units

42 units

General Education (Prerequisites and Corequisites)


31 units

Total:

73 units

   

* General Education courses to be taken at East Los Angeles College or other U.S. accredited community college or university during or prior to semester indicated.