Nursing Honors/Scholars Program Objectives
Admission to the Nursing Honors/Scholars Program
The Nursing Honors/Scholars program is open to all honors/scholars students in good standing in the School of Nursing. Students must be enrolled in the Basic BSN Program. Students interested in applying to the program should contact the University Honors Program.
University Honors Program
The Nursing Program
The Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a structured program, with no required electives. Each course must be completed in sequence prior to taking the next one.
Each of the Honors/Scholars courses is part of the 69 credits required to complete the Basic BSN Program. Additional work is required for each of these designated honors courses. An Honors/Scholars contract must be completed for each of these courses.
The Honors/Scholars Contract
Honors/Scholars students have additional required assignments specified within the syllabus. These assignments are designed to challenge you and increase your knowledge of nursing to an advanced level, aiding you in your chosen nursing career and preparing you for further study. This additional work will constitute 20% of your grade for that course. These assignments are individualized in addition to the basic requirements for the course.
Upper Division Honors Program Academic Plan Contract
Nursing Honors/Scholars Courses
The following courses are designated as the School of Nursing Honors/Scholars courses:
No Nursing Honors/Scholars courses are offered during this academic year. Consult your Honors/Scholars Advisor in the Honors Program for this academic year.
|NUR305H||2||Medical Surgical Nursing II|
|NUR312H||2||Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing|
Required: draft of a Nursing research proposal
|NUR415H||3||Medical Surgical Nursing III|
|NUR420H||3||Professional Role Practicum (Capstone Course)
Required: Evidence-based activity
Your School of Nursing Honors/Scholars Faculty Advisor is Professor Adebimpe Adedipe. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (216) 687-3052. Her office is in Julka Hall, room 257. Professor Adedipe will meet with honors/scholars students on a regular basis for guidance and support.