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First Year Guide - Nursing Majors

Majors
Nursing
Core Requirements: Major-Specific (for information on other Core requirements, click here)
Communication Skills - Oral SPEE 200, Introduction to Speech
Reasoning Skills - Quantitative Reasoning MATH 123, College Algebra
Scientific Literacy - Natural Science** CHEM 101, Introduction to Chemical Principles and CHEM 102, Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry
Scienctific Literacy- Social Science SOCI 210, Introduction to Sociology
Global Literacy Foriegn Language
Ethics and Civic Engagement PNURS 210 Introduction to Professional Nursing, and ETCE 101, Foundations of Ethics and Civic Engagement
Other Typical First-Year Courses
CSC 100, Introduction to Computers, has no prerequisites and may be taken by first-year students.
Typical First-Year Schedule 1

First Semester

Hrs   Second Semester Hrs
UNIV 101, Freshman Seminar I 1   UNIV 102, Freshman Seminar II 1
ENGL 110, English Composition I 3   ENGL 120, English Composition II 3
MATH 121, Introduction to College Algebra 4   MATH 123, College Algebra 4
CSC 100, Introduction to Computers 3   PHIL 110, Critical Thinking 3
PSYC  210, General Psychology 3   HUMN 211, Humanities I 3
HEED 112, Health and Wellness 2  
Total 16     14
Typical First-Year Schedule 2

First Semester

Hrs   Second Semester Hrs
UNIV 101, Freshman Seminar I 1   UNIV 102, Freshman Seminar II 1
ENGL 110, English Composition I 3   ENGL 120, English Composition II 3
MATH 123, College Algebra 4   CHEM 101, Introduction to Chemical Principles 4
CSC 100, Introduction to Computers 3   PHIL 110, Critical Thinking 3
PSYC 210, General Psychology 3   BIOL 150, Principles of Biology I 4
PEDU 1xx (any 100 level Physical Education Course) 1   PEDU 1yy (Second Physical Education Course) 1
Total 15     16

*Informal guide for first-year students. For complete program information, see the FSU Undergraduate Catalog.
**Italics indicate courses typically taken during the second year.

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