Spring 2019 Semester

General Anatomy & Physiology: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:00 A.M.-11:20 P.M. (Face-to-Face video lecture will be held from 9:15-10:00 A.M.*)

Developmental Psychology: Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 A.M.-11:20 P.M. (Face-to-Face video lecture will be held from 9:30-10:20 A.M.*)

*Video lectures will be recorded if student is not able to participate at the time indicated.

Course Rotation

The following is a tentative course rotation that may be subject to change.

Semester Course Credits Course Number
Fall 1 Medical Terminology 3 10-501-101
Fall 1 Fundamental of Chemistry 2 10-806-109
Fall 1 Nursing Assistant  3 30-543-300
Spring 1 General A&P 4 10-806-177
Spring 1 Developmental Psychology 3 10-809-188
Summer 1 Oral/Interpersonal Communication 3 10-801-196
Fall 2 Nursing Fundamentals** 2 10-543-101
Fall 2 Nursing Skills 3 10-543-102
Spring 2 Nursing Pharmacology** 2 10-543-103
Spring 2 NSG: Intro Clinical Practice 2 10-543-104
Summer 2 Written Communication 3 10-801-195
Fall 3 Nursing Health Alterations** 3 10-543-105
Fall 3 NSG: Clin Care Across Lifespan 2 10-543-107
Spring 3 Nursing Health Promotion** 3 10-543-106
Spring 3 NSG: Intro Clinical Care Mgmt 2 10-543-108
Spring 3 Adv Anatomy & Physiology 4 10-806-179
Total Year One Complete!!! 44

**Student may enroll in online section if cumulative Southwest Tech GPA is 3.2 or higher.


  1. Prior to acceptance in the 11-12-14 core nursing program courses (Associate Degree Nursing – Part-time Program) as a high school junior or senior, all interested students will need to make arrangements to take the HESI exam on Southwest Tech’s campus. All exams need to be completed by August 1. Students must meet the minimum HESI requirements must have successfully completed the foundation courses.
  2. The nine week nursing assistant program requires students to complete 54 hours of clinical time (normally after 4 pm and attendance is required). NOTE: Nursing Assistant tuition is regular price.
  3. When students begin nursing program clinical, they will occur on Thursday (day and evening hours), Friday and/or Saturday. Students interested in this track must commit to and have the ability to attend the classes at the scheduled locations.
  4. When students begin nursing core classes, they will be offered in the evenings or on Saturday. Students must commit to and have the ability to attend the classes at this time if cumulative Southwest Tech GPA is below 3.2. If cumulative GPA is 3.2 or higher, the student may instead choose to enroll in the online course section. A 3.2 GPA must be maintained to continue in online courses in each subsequent semester of program participation.
  5. Upon completion of the CollEDGE Up 11-12-14 Nursing Program (44 credits), students will continue enrollment in the ADN – Part-time Program following high school graduation to complete the 2nd year program requirements.