MSN Course/Registration Information
JSU Home » College of Nursing » Course/Registration Information

Course/Registration Information:  Spring 2014

JSU Course Information:

JSU will be offering the following courses in Spring 2014 (Jan - April 19)

  • NU 501   MSN Orientation
    • Required for all students admitted to MSN and enrolled spring 2014 for first time.
    • 0 semester hours , $0 cost to the student
    • CRN:  23181
  • NU 553   Issues and Trends In Nursing Education
    • Required course for the Certificate in Nursing Education
    • Elective course for JSU students admitted prior to summer 2012
    • 3 semester hours
    • CRN:  21079
  • NU 527 Epidemiology
    • Required for JSU students
    • 2 semester hours
    • CRN: 21075
  • NU 542  Transcultural Nursing and Healthcare
    • Elective course for JSU students who were admitted prior to summer 2012
    • Required for students admitted summer 2012 and thereafter
    • Required course for UNA students 
    • 3 semester hours o CRN:  22787
  • NU 544 Stat Meth in Health care
    • NOTE:  Required for UNA & JSU students (JSU students admitted to the MSN program in summer 2012 or thereafter
    • 3 semester hours
    • CRN: 21077, 22868
  • NU 552 Practicum in Collegiate Nursing Education
    • Required course for the Certificate in Nursing Education
    • Prerequisites / Co-requisites are NU 550, NU 551, and NU 553
    • 3 semester hours
    • CRN: 21078

Registration for JSU courses begins Nov 4th.  Classes commence on Jan 6th (late registration fee is charged).

Troy Course Information:

Troy will be offering the following course for JSU students in Spring 2014:

  • NSG 6671  Pathophysiology
    • 3 semester hours

Registration for Troy courses begins on November 18th.  Troy’s spring semester begins on January 8th and the first payment is due Jan 8th.

  • Prior to taking courses at Troy, you must submit an application for transient admission and pay the $50 application fee.  If you do not have the application and you need it, please email Tammy Johnson at tjohnson@jsu.edu. You should complete the application, print, and mail to the address at the bottom of the application.  (Note:  It is very important that the application be sent to the designated address).   First time students at Troy must register by mail or fax.  Thereafter, students will be able to register electronically.  Registration information will be posted on their website http://trojan.troy.edu/healthandhumanservices/nursing/ in the near future.