Carr College of Nursing

Undergraduate Program

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Program Description

The undergraduate program offers curriculum tracks to meet the individualized needs of students including: (1) a four-year, full-time traditional track which culminates with the awarding of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree (part-time options are available); (2) an accelerated, year-round second degree program which culminates with the awarding of the BSN degree; (3) an individualized track is available to students who hold a current unencumbered nursing license (registered nurses, licensed practical nurses) without a bachelors degree. An individualized degree completion plan is collaboratively designed with the student to culminate in the awarding of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree (full or part-time options are available).

If you are interested in our Traditional BSN Track please click here.

If you are interested in our Accelerated 2nd Degree BSN Track please click here

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Honors College

The Carr College of Nursing has designed a course of study for students who wish to earn Honors courses while pursuing a nursing degree.

CourseSubjectCredits
NURS 1000.H1Introduction to Nursing1

(Limited enrollment, students must be enrolled in the Honors College.)

 

HONORS CONTRACT COURSES AND HONORS COLLEGE GRADUATION RECOGNITION:

Students in the Carr College of Nursing who maintain a 3.25 overall grade point average will be named an Honors College Participant by earning ten honors credits.

Students in the Carr College of Nursing who maintain a 3.25 overall grade point average will be named an Honors College Graduate by earning a minimum of 20 hours of honors credits.  Students must complete at least four honors contracts, and any courses designated as (H) sections or HNRS courses.

Students in the Carr College of Nursing who maintain a 3.50 overall grade point average will be named an Honors College Graduate with Distinction by earning a minimum of 26 hours of honors credits.  Four (H) classes or HNRS courses must be included, along with four honors contract courses. NURS 4620, the Nursing capstone course, will serve as the required honors capstone course.

CourseSubjectCredits
NURS 3450OB and Women's Health5
NURS 3510Nursing Adults/Chronic Health5
NURS 3540Gerontological Nursing2
NURS 3550Pediatric/Child Health5
NURS 3630Pathophysiology3
NURS 4120Research3
NURS 4200Nursing Adults/Acute Care5
NURS 4530Community Health5
NURS 4540Advanced Med-Surgical5
NURS 4550Leadership and Management4

 

HONORS CAPSTONE COURSE:

NURS 4620 may be taken as an Honors Capstone course by those who meet the prerequisites to be an Honors College Graduate with Distinction. Contact the Honors College for more information.

CourseSubjectCredits
NURS 4620Capstone3

Contact Us

Graduate Nursing Program

501-279-4859

gradnursing@harding.edu

Fax: 501-279-4669

Mailing address:
Harding University
Carr College of Nursing
Box 12265
Searcy, AR 72149-5615