Undergraduate Curriculum

Educational Goals

The overriding educational goal of the SNU College of Nursing B.S.N. programs is to educate students to become professional health care leaders with creativity and critical thinking, who contribute to welfare of humankind based on the humanitarian ideal.

Educational Programs

The total number of credits required for graduation from the College of Nursing is 140, of which 96 are in the student’s major and 36 are in general courses. General courses are consisted of the Critical Thinking and Writing, Foreign Language, Mathematical Sciences, Natural Science, Computer and Information Science as Academic Foundations; Language and Literature, Culture and Art, History and Philosophy, Politics and Economy, Humans and Society, Nature and Technology, Life and Environment as World of Knowledge.