College of Nursing, Hanyang University

BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)

Every academic year consists of spring and fall semesters, and undergraduate admissions start in the spring semester only. The required period of residence is four years. To get a bachelor's degree, a student must complete at least 142 credits with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Students should attend the courses more than two-thirds of the total semester hours, otherwise they need to apply for a leave of absence and may need more school semester hours. Students are required to take credits within the nursing department and credits of general courses within the university. The other credits can be taken as free electives during the last semester. Of the 36 credits of general courses, the mandatory credits are arranged by the college and the other credits are electives that students are allowed to take from any assigned area. Students usually take these general courses during their freshman year.
The grade for a course is determined on the basis of the results of examinations, research papers, class attendance and class performance. At the end of a semester, students whose GPA is lower than 2.0 will receive a letter of warning. Nursing students who fail to meet certain academic standards will repeat a part of their undergraduate work. At commencement, the university awards the honors on the basis of overall GPA throughout the undergraduate program.

  

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- Course Overview 

Course No. Course Title Credit - Lecture hr - Practice
CUL0005 KOREAN SPEAKING AND WRITING 3-4-0
GEN5029 SEMINAR FOR FRESHMAN 1-1-0
GEN4091 PHYLOSOPHICAL UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 2-2-0
SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP 2-2-0
GEN1016 GENERAL BIOLOGY 2-2-0
MED1031 ANATOMY AND PRACTICE 2-1-2
MED1014 BIOCHEMISTRY AND PRACTICE 1.5-1-1
NUR3069 DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF HEALTH PROGRAM 3-3-0
NUR1007 INTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL NURSING 2-2-0