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The Nursing Major at Cedarville is a four-year program that leads toward a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) degree. The School of Nursing seeks to produce graduates who demonstrate mastery in four primary areas: godly living, care, culture, and information management. Graduates deliver care based on knowledge from the Bible, the art and science of nursing, the biological and behavioral sciences and the humanities.

Current Catalog Sample Four-Year Plan

Cross-Cultural Nursing

The Cross-Cultural Nursing Minor is designed to produce graduates who are prepared to work with cross-cultural populations on mission fields within the United States and in other countries. The minor requires a minimum of an additional 16 credit hours of study.

Course Hours
BEPH-2260 World Religions 3
One course selected from
ANTH-1800 Cultural Anthropology 3
BEPT-3470 Cross-Cultural Ministry 3
PYCH-1800 Cross-Cultural Psychology 3
One course selected from
BEPT-2000 Introduction to Missions 3
BEPT-2400 Personal Evangelism. 3
BEPT-3410 Discipleship 3
BEPT-3450 Contemporary World Missions 3
BEPT-3510 Introduction to Urban Ministry 3
NSG-2200 Cross-Cultural Interactions 1
*NSG-4200 Culture and Health 3
Credits selected from
NSG-3200 Cross-Cultural Nursing Internship 1–3
NSG-4800 Independent Study 1–2

*Crosslisted as an honor's seminar.

Current Catalog