Dallas Baptist University is committed to producing servant leaders who have the ability to impact the world of health care for Christ. Building on the excellence of our biology and pre-medical programs, DBU has established a Transfer Student Articulation Agreement with Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing in Dallas.
The program provides DBU Pre-Nursing students with a clear path to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. These students have the opportunity to complete their education from two respected institutions who both educate within a Christian environment while training for God's call on their lives.
Through this special program, qualified Pre-Nursing students attend DBU to earn the first 70 hours of coursework, completing the Associate of Science degree at DBU, before applying to Baylor’s School of Nursing to complete the Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
DBU students may remain in DBU housing while completing their degree in nursing at Baylor.
General Studies Curriculum leading to Baylor University’s BS in Nursing
BIOL 1409 - Microbiology for Nursing (or BIOL 3409)
BIOL 2305 - Introduction to Nutrition (S-L)* (or BIOL 4305)
BIOL 2405 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 2406 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II
CHEM 1401 - General Chemistry I
DCM 2301 - Developing a Christian Mind
ENGL 1301 - Composition and Rhetoric I
ENGL 1302 - Composition and Rhetoric II
ENGL 23** - World Literature [2301 or 2302]
FOUN 1101 - Foundations for Excellence
HIST **** - History 13 or 23**
MATH 1301 - Math for the Liberal Arts (or MATH 1303 or 1405)
MATH 2301 - Elementary Probability and Statistics
POLS 2301 - American National Government
POLS 2302 - State and Local Governments
PSYC 1301 - General Psychology
PSYC 4316 - Human Growth and Development
RELI 1301 - Old Testament Survey
RELI 1302 - New Testament Survey
SOCI 1301 - Introduction to Sociology
SPAN 1401 - Introduction to Spanish I
SPAN 1402 - Introduction to Spanish II
* A service-learning component is required for BIOL 2305 for all students pursuing an Associate of Science degree.
These courses can be completed in the freshman and sophomore years under three different degree plans.
To learn more about the Nursing Program, contact Dr. Mark Bloom in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics:
214.333.5391 or firstname.lastname@example.org
(S-L) = Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.
*Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites.
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