Common majors: biology, kinesiology, psychology, social work
The pre-nursing track will prepare you for accelerated bachelor’s degree programs in nursing, or Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) programs. As a nurse, you’ll work closely with doctors to offer care and advocate for your patients and their families. Nurses with master’s degrees specialize in a certain field of nursing (such as nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, clinical nurse specialists and certified registered nurse anesthetists) and have higher earning potential.
Gordon also offers a dual-degree nursing program with Curry College. Learn more ➔
Study and research in the on-campus donor (cadaver) lab, a rare opportunity for undergraduates.
Pursue an internship at the on-campus Center for Balance, Mobility and Wellness.
Gain real clinical experiences through Gordon’s internship program at Duke University and the Gordon Medical Observership program.
BIO 150 - Biology I: Cells and Genetics Credits: 4
CHE 111 - Principles of Chemistry I Credits: 4
CHE 112 - Principles of Chemistry II Credits: 4
BIO 213 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I Credits: 4 or
KIN 213 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I Credits: 4
BIO 214 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II Credits: 4
KIN 214 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II Credits: 4
MAT 220 - Biostatistics Credits: 4
BIO 225 - Nutrition Credits: 4
BIO 314 - Microbiology Credits: 4
Two semesters of writing
RECOMMENDED (FOR SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR YEARS):
HLP 200 - Health Professions Seminars I Credits: 0
HLP 201 - Health Professions Seminars II Credits: 0
HLP 300 - Health Professions Seminars III Credits: 0
HLP 301 - Health Professions Seminars IV Credits: 2
NOTE: Some programs require additional psychology courses to cover the human lifespan.