The Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) Program is conducted on the Montgomery campus (340 Montgomery Street, Montgomery, AL 36104; phone # 334-834-2320). The ASN Program offers preparation for practice as a registered nurse and may serve as a basis for further nursing education. This program requires 70 semester hours for completion. Upon successful completion of required courses, the student is awarded the Associate of Science in Nursing degree.
The ASN graduate is eligible to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse (RN). The Registered Nurse who holds the ASN degree is prepared to practice in structured care settings.
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), formerly National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC)
3343 Peachtree Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
Alabama Board of Nursing
P.O. Box 303900
Montgomery, Ala. 36130-3900
See current undergraduate catalog for admission information at http://www.troy.edu/catalogs/
Admission to the ASN Nursing Course Sequence is on a space available basis.
* To submit an application to undergraduate studies please visit enroll.troy.edu. You will need to choose the anticipated location “Nursing ASN (Montgomery)” in order to apply to the ASN program.
NOTE: If a student is attempting to transfer credit for nursing courses from another school of nursing (which must be accredited), a letter from the dean/director of that school must be submitted stating that the student was eligible for continuation in the nursing program. If the student was not eligible for continuation in the program, the student must take all required Troy University ASN nursing courses (i.e., no nursing courses will be transferred).
The Pre-Requisite courses for Anatomy & Physiology I (BIO 3347/L347) plus Lab, and Microbiology (BIO3372/L372) plus Lab are waived for students who have been officially admitted to the ASN Program.
All course descriptions are available in the Troy University Undergraduate Catalog.
The Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) Program is designed to be completed in five full-time semesters. Should a student at any time leave the nursing sequence, the student's readmission to the sequence is on a space available basis and must be approved by the Admissions and Progression Committee of the ASN Program.
Anatomy & Physiology I
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
|Basic Nursing Practicum I
Health Assessment Practicum
Anatomy & Physiology II
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
Lifespan Developmental Psychology
|Basic Nursing Concepts II
Basic Nursing Practicum II
Psychosocial Nursing Concepts
Psychosocial Nursing Practicum
| NSG 2255
|Maternal Infant Nursing
Maternal Infant Nursing Practicum
Nursing of Children
Nursing of Children Practicum
Gerontological Nursing Concepts
Gerontological Nursing Practicum
|Advanced Nursing Concepts
Advanced Nursing Practicum
Must be selected from the areas of Humanities or Fine Arts
* Courses in Semester I that must be completed prior to admission to the clinical nursing sequence, with a grade of "C" or above.
* Substitution credit maybe given for some courses