ABSN Curriculum

Harding’s ABSN curriculum begins with prerequisite courses to establish a solid foundation for your nursing education. After completing those, you’ll advance to required courses and your nursing theory courses. The ABSN program — made up of 64 total credit hours, spread over four semesters — can be completed in as few as 16 months.

First Year of Nursing Program

Semester 1Credit Hours
BNEW 3022 New Testament Survey2
NURS 3000 Professional Nursing5
NURS 2030 Health Assessment3
NURS 3540 Gerontological Nursing 2
NURS 3620 Nursing Practice Interventions 2
MATH 1110 Fundamental Math for Nurses1
NURS 1000 Introduction to Nursing 1
Semester 2Credit Hours
BOLD 3022 Old Testament Survey2
NURS 3210 Pharmacology & Nursing3
NURS 3450 Maternity & Women’s Health Nsg4
NURS 3500 Psychiatric & Mental Health Nsg4
NURS 3510 Adults/Chronic Health & Rehab Concerns 5

Second Year of Nursing Program

Semester 3Credit Hours
BDOC 3022 Christian Faith and Vocation2
NURS 3550 Pediatric & Child Health Nursing4
NURS 4200 Nursing Adults w/Acute Health Concerns 5
NURS 4530 Community Health Nursing 4
Semester 4Credit Hours
NURS 4120 Research in Nsg3
NURS 4540 Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing5
NURS 4550 Nursing Leadership & Management4
NURS 4620 Nursing Capstone Experience 3

These ABSN curriculum courses are designed to prepare you for anything you may face as a registered nurse as well as everything you need to know for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). Our program is designed to help you pass the NCLEX and become a practice-ready nurse after graduation.

Contact us to learn more about our accelerated nursing curriculum.

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