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Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing

351A Health Sciences Center, 766-4291
FAX: (307) 766-4294
Web site: http://www.uwyo.edu/Nursing

Dean: Mary E. Burman
Associate Dean: Mary Anne Purtzer

Professors

DIANE BOYLE, B.S.N. University of Maryland 1974; M.S.N. University of North Carolina 1982; Ph.D. University of Kansas 1990; Professor of Nursing 2013; Wyoming Excellence Chair in Nursing 2013.
MARY E. BURMAN,
B.S.N. University of Minnesota 1983; M.S. University of Michigan 1986; Ph.D. 1990; Professor of Nursing 2003; Dean of Nursing 2008.
PAMELA N. CLARKE, B.S.N. Wayne State University 1969; M.P.H. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1971; Ph.D. Wayne State University 1983; Professor of Nursing 2003.
ANN MARIE HART, B.S.N. Medical College of Virginia 1991; M.S. University of Wyoming 1996; Ph.D. University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Denver 2003; Professor of Nursing 2015.

Associate Professor

MARY ANNE PURTZER, B.S.N. University of Nebraska 1975; M.A. University of Wyoming 2002; M.S. 2005; Ph.D. 2007; Associate Professor of Nursing 2014; Associate Dean of Nursing 2017.
JENIFER THOMAS, B.S. Colorado State University 1994; M.S. Avila University 2000; M.S. Colorado State University 2007; Ph.D. 2008; Associate Professor of Nursing 2016.

Assistant Professor

REBECCA CARRON, B.S.N. Texas Christian University 1976; B.A. University of Wyoming 1997; M.S. 2006; Ph.D. University of Colorado 2014; Assistant Professor of Nursing 2014.
SHELLY FISCHER,
B.S. University of Iowa 1982; M.S. University of Colorado Health Sciences 1995; Ph.D. University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus 2014; Assistant Professor of Nursing 2013.
SARAH KOOIENGA,
B.S.N. Rush University 1983; M.S.N. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1988; Ph.D. Oregon Health Sciences University 2006; Assistant Professor of Nursing 2014.

Clinical Assistant Professor

ESTHER GILMAN-KEHRER, B.S.N. University of Wyoming 1986; M.S. 1998; D.N.P. University of Colorado 2012; Clinical Assistant Professor 2014.
NANCY MCGEE, B.S.N. University of Wyoming 2005; M.S. 2007; D.N.P. University of Northern Colorado 2014; Clinical Assistant Professor 2015.
J'LAINE PROCTOR, B.S.N. University of Wyoming 2000; M.S. 2003; Certificate-PMHNP 2007; D.N.P. University of Northern Colorado 2014; Clinical Assistant Professor 2014.

Senior Lecturer

Holly Miller

Associate Lecturers

K. David Bodily, Elizabeth Goodwin, Kimberly Raska-Miller, Sherrie Rubio-Wallace, Candace Stidolph, Rachel Thomas, Candace Tull, Linda Williams

Assistant Lecturers

Marilyn Hall, JoHanna Wedemeyer

Adjunct and Part-time Faculty

Amy Aldrich, Anna Atkinson, Karen Benjamin, Nicole Brodrick, Cate Campisi, Carol Susan Christman, Connie Coleman, Lisa Coulter, Denise Curtis, Ann Enlow, Michael Enright, Marlene Ethier, Kate Ferguson, James Fleener, Dawn Ford, Mary Gills, Julian Good, Nancy Granum, Debra Hamilton, Jesse Henry, Julie Hummer-Bellmeyer, Barbara James, Melanie Kawulok, Paula Kihn, Jennifer Knerr, Carol Kobulnicky, Cheryl Koski, Jill Leinen, Sue Lowe, Teri Lund, Amanda Molski, Marcia Newell, Kristy Nielson, Jeanine Niemoller, Shawn Petrini, Michael Rice, Phyllis Schultz, Cheryl Smith, Cynthia Smith, Tanya Sorrell, Veronica Taylor, Lisa Thompson, Weldonna Toth, Reba Traylor, Brenda Vance, Holly Vause, Tracy Wasserburger, Mary Weber, Clarann Weinart, Robert Weinland, Wendy Wood, Cheryl Wrasper, Wendy Wright

Emeriti

Beverly Taheri-Kennedy, Beverly McDermott, Susan H. Steiner, Fay W. Whitney, Norma Wilkerson

The Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing (FWWSON) has well established undergraduate and graduate programs. Undergraduate and graduate curricula at the FWWSON are based upon our philosophy of nursing (as outlined on the nursing website) and specified professional documents. The Essentials documents for baccalaureate and master's programs from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing serve as the primary foundation.

Mission

As a leader in professional nursing, outreach, and rural health, the FWWSON educates, conducts research and provides service and practice for the purpose of improving, protecting and promoting health.

Accreditation and Membership

The baccalaureate and graduate programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

The baccalaureate program (Basic BSN, BRAND, and RN/BSN Completion) is approved by the Wyoming State Board of Nursing (WSBN). Graduates of the Basic BSN and BRAND options are qualified to apply for admission to the licensing examination offered by the board. Graduates of the DNP Program are eligible to take the national certification exams as a nurse practitioner.

Technical Standards for Admission

All nursing students must be able to perform the essential functions of a nurse, including observation/sensory motor; communication; psychomotor; intellectual-conceptual, integrative and quantitative; and behavioral and social attributes. Please refer to the “Technical Standards for Admission”, including information on reasonable accommodations, on the school’s website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing/programs/technical-standards-for-admission.html.

Background Checks Requirement

Students enrolled in clinical training programs within the College of Health Sciences are placed in educational and clinical settings where highly vulnerable clients such as minor children, individuals with disabilities, and/or the elderly, are routinely served. These clinical/practice training sites (including schools, hospitals, pharmacies, and other university sites) routinely require criminal background checks for all students who engage in clinical activities. Therefore, background checks shall be required on all applicants to programs in the College of Health Sciences prior to admission into their prospective program.

Students applying for admission into the nursing major component of the BSN Program, the MS Program, and the DNP Program will be notified by the FWWSON at the time of any admission offer the process for completing the required background check. Previous background checks (e.g. CNA Certification, LPN or RN Licensure) are not acceptable to fulfill this expectation. The results of the background check may determine final admittance to the program.

Students may also be required to update the criminal background check. Each clinical training site will be informed that students have passed a background check prior to placement at that site; some sites may require a more current background check. Clinical agencies may bar a student access to their facility for clinical experiences based on the results of the background check. If faculty and staff are not able to place the student in an alternative setting, the student will not be able to complete the program. In addition, students seeking readmission into the program are required to complete a new background check. Students are responsible for the costs associated with the admission background check and any other background checks that may be required.

Drug Screening Requirements

Drug screening may be required by some clinical training sites. Students will be notified by the FWWSON should this be an expectation of them. Students may incur charges for this screening and will be notified of such at that time. Drug and/or alcohol testing for any student can be requested by the FWWSON.

Cost of the Program

University fees, testing fees, and special supplies are paid for by nursing students. A variety of clinical facilities in and out of state are used in the application of knowledge. Responsibility for travel arrangements to the clinical areas rests with the student.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program

The Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing provides a curriculum based on the solid foundation of a general studies program. University students are individuals who come with learning preferences, different experiences, varied goals, and therefore, have unique learning needs. The primary responsibility of faculty is to empower students to become self-directed learners. Active learning is a teaching/learning partnership.

Undergraduate Program Outcomes - BSN Program

At completion of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, graduates/students will be able to meet the end of program student learning outcomes. The undergraduate program outcomes can be found on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs followed by BSN program option pursuing).

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program Options

The Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing offers a baccalaureate program with three options to obtain the BSN degree:

  1. Basic BSN - a four-year on-campus BSN option for the student wishing to become a registered nurse at the baccalaureate level.
  2. Bachelors Reach for Accelerated Nursing Degree (BRAND) - an accelerated BSN outreach option for the student who has already achieved a previous non-nursing baccalaureate degree and wishes to become a registered nurse at the baccalaureate level.
  3. RN-BSN Completion - an online BSN completion option for the registered nurse who wishes to become a baccalaureate prepared nurse.

Please refer to the appropriate program option section that follows below.

Basic BSN

This option is a four-year on-campus BSN program option for students who are interested in becoming a registered nurse.

Second baccalaureate degree seeking students have the choice of pursuing Basic BSN or BRAND (see information under that heading).

Admission

Basic BSN has two different admission entries. Criteria for admission as well as application instructions and deadlines can be found on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, Basic BSN).

Freshman Admission to the Nursing Major

Freshmen who are admitted to the nursing major will begin the clinical component of the Basic BSN option in the spring semester of the sophomore year. Students must successfully complete the pre-clinical coursework outlined in the first three semesters of the Basic BSN Program of Study on the first attempt with a minimum 3.000 nursing grade point average (NGPA).

Non-Freshman Admission to the Nursing Major

Transfer students and others who are completing the pre-clinical courses may apply for any unfilled seats in the clinical component of the nursing major. Admission is a competitive process and the number of unfilled seats may be very limited. Completion of pre-clinical courses is required by the end of the fall semester prior to the spring in which seeking admission.

Basic BSN Program Scholastic Requirements

University and College of Health Sciences policies governing scholastic requirements (e.g. major changes, probation and dismissal) apply to students enrolled in the School of Nursing. In addition to university/college requirements, the School of Nursing has further scholastic requirements for the Basic BSN Program. These requirements can be found on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, Basic BSN).

Curriculum

The minimum requirement to graduate with a BSN is 120 semester hours of credit. Evaluation of transfer courses is required to determine credit eligibility.

The required courses, KIN/ZOO 3115 (Human Systems Physiology), PHCY 3450 [4450] (Pathophysiology), and PHCY 4470 (Pharmacology), must be upper division (3000/4000 level). Lower division/Community College (1000/2000 level) courses do not satisfy this requirement. Transfer courses must be reviewed for acceptability.

Nursing courses are offered fall and spring semesters of the university academic calendar. Students are required to have transportation to all clinical sites. A number of clinical sites are located in Cheyenne. The capstone practicum experience during spring of the senior year requires students to live in locations away from campus.

Basic BSN Program of Study

Applicable for:

Freshman Admission to the Nursing Major (starting fall 2016 freshmen)
Non-Freshman Admission to the Nursing Major (starting spring 2018 sophomore)

Pre-Clinical Component
(Courses to be completed in first three semesters as outlined; required for the clinical component.)

FRESHMAN YEAR: Fall

Hrs.

First-Year Seminar (FYS)

3

ENGL 1010 (COM1)

3

MATH 1400 (Q)

3

LIFE 1010  (PN)

4

CHEM 1000 or CHEM 1020 (PN)

4

Total Hrs. 17
FRESHMAN YEAR: Spring

Hrs.

Communication 2 (COM2)

3

FCSC 1141

3

PSYC 1000 (H)

3

MICR/MOLB 2240

4

KIN/ZOO 2040

3

KIN/ZOO 2041

1

Total Hrs.

17

SOPHOMORE YEAR: Fall Hrs.
STAT 2050 or 2070 (Q) 4
Human Culture (H) 3
U.S. & Wyoming Constitutions (V) 3
ZOO 3115 4
Total Hrs. 14
Pre-Clinical Component Total Hrs.
48
Clinical Component
(Nursing courses to begin fall 2018 are currently in development and pending approval. Monitor nursing website for updates.)
NOTE: The clinical component of the Basic BSN option requires courses to be taken in the semester sequence referenced on the program of study. All courses must be passed with a C or better each semester in order to progress to the next semester’s courses. In addition, a cumulative Nursing GPA of 3.000 based on all required courses in the program must be maintained.
SOPHOMORE YEAR: Spring Hrs.
NURS 2340 3
NURS 3435 1
NURS 3490 5
PHCY 3450 [4450] 4
Total Hrs. 13
SOPHOMORE YEAR: Summer Hrs.
PHCY 4470 4
Total Hrs. 4

ReNEW - “Revolutionizing Nursing Education in Wyoming”

ReNEW is Wyoming’s shared pre-licensure nursing curriculum. Graduates of participating Wyoming Community College nursing programs have a direct path into upper-division ReNEW coursework in pursuit of a BSN from the FWWSON. Entry into the ReNEW option begins at a participating Wyoming Community College ADN nursing program.

BRAND

This option is for students who have a previous non-nursing baccalaureate degree, and who are seeking an accelerated option for obtaining the BSN.

Working with the Outreach School, nursing theory and supporting courses are offered using a combination of online courses, hybrid courses with periodic intensive on-campus experiences, and the Outreach School's technology. Clinical coursework is arranged at a Wyoming healthcare institution. This option is a ‘summer to summer' format with a full-time schedule of courses.

Admission

Students who meet university requirements are admitted to the university in the pre-nursing component of BRAND (declared PNBR major). The number of students admitted to BRAND is limited, and admission is a competitive process. Applicants meeting minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission.

Criteria for admission to BRAND as well as application instructions and deadlines can be found on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, BRAND, Admission Criteria/Application).

BRAND Program Scholastic Requirements

University and College of Health Sciences policies governing scholastic requirements (e.g. major changes, probation and dismissal) apply to students enrolled in the School of Nursing. In addition to university/college requirements, the School of Nursing has further scholastic requirements for the BRAND Program. These requirements can be found on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, BRAND, Admission Criteria/Application).

Curriculum

The minimum requirement for the second bachelor's (SB) degree candidate to graduate with a BSN is 50 semester hours of credit. This curriculum option totals 58 credit hours.

The minimum requirement for an SB degree is 30 additional semester hours earned from UW, 12 of which must be in upper division level courses. If prior baccalaureate degree was earned through UW, the 30 credit minimum is in addition to the credits earned for previous degree. Evaluation of transfer courses is required to determine credit eligibility.

The required courses, PHCY 3450 [4450] (Pathophysiology) and PHCY 4470 (Pharmacology), must be upper division (3000/4000 level). Lower division/Community College (1000/2000 level) courses do not satisfy this requirement. Transfer courses must be reviewed for acceptability.

BRAND Program of Study

Prerequisite Courses (Courses required for admission to the nursing major component.)

Hours

KIN/ZOO 2040

3

KIN/ZOO 2041

1

ZOO 3115

1

PHCY 3450 [4450]

4

MICR/MOLB 2240

4

PSYC 1000

3

FCSC 1141

3

Total Hours

23

(The first bachelor's degree will satisfy the UW USP general education requirements.)
Required Graduation Courses

Hours

Approved US/WY Constitution course
(Recommend completing prior to admission, but must be completed by graduation.)

3

(Students who have completed an acceptable, transferable US Constitution course will only have to complete the remaining WY Constitution component as required by UW. The WY Constitution component may be satisfied through the 1 credit exam or course.)
Total Hours

3

BRAND Nursing Major

(58 credits)
(Nursing application and fee required.)
NOTE: Once admitted to BRAND courses are taken in the semester sequence as reflected below. All courses must be passed with a C or better each semester in order to progress to the next semester’s courses.

Summer

Hours

NURS 3710

2

NURS 3730

2

NURS 3750

4

PHCY 4470

4

Total Hours

12

Fall

Hours

NURS 3770

6

NURS 3771

6

NURS 3780

4

Total Hours

16

Spring

Hours

NURS 4710

3

NURS 4735

3

NURS 4736

3

NURS 4740

6

NURS 4741

3

Total Hours

18

Summer

Hours

NURS 4775

10

NURS 4785

2

Total Hours

12

(Note: Course requirements/expectations are subject to change. Maintain contact with FWWSON for current expectations.)

RN-BSN Completion

This option is for the associate degree or diploma registered nurse or Wyoming associate degree nursing students seeking a baccalaureate degree. Nursing theory courses are offered online. No on-campus time is required. The RN-BSN program is distinct from the statewide ReNEW BSN curriculum. Students enrolled in Wyoming Community College ReNEW programs can complete a UW BSN through that avenue (see information under that heading).

Admission

Students who meet university requirements are admitted in the pre-nursing component of RN-BSN Completion (declared PNBS major). Students are designated as pre-nursing until they have completed the RN-BSN Completion application process and are formally admitted into the School of Nursing. Acceptance into the program is also based on evaluation of students' academic work with consideration of the RN-BSN Completion Program Scholastic Requirements.

The number of students admitted to RN-BSN Completion may be limited based on School of Nursing resources. Applicants meeting minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission to the major.

Criteria for admission to the nursing major component of RN-BSN Completion as well as application instructions and deadlines can be found on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, RN-BSN Completion, Admission Requirements/Application).

RN-BSN Completion Program Scholastic Requirements

University and College of Health Sciences policies governing scholastic requirements (e.g. major changes, probation and dismissal) apply to students enrolled in the School of Nursing. In addition to university/college requirements, the School of Nursing has further scholastic requirements for the RN-BSN Completion Program. These requirements can be found on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, RN-BSN, Admission Requirements/Application).

Curriculum

The minimum requirement to graduate with a BSN is 120 semester hours of credit. It is important for students to be aware of course prerequisites for individual nursing courses and to be in regular contact with a nursing adviser. Evaluation of transfer courses is required to determine credit eligibility.

The required courses, ZOO 3115 (Human Systems Physiology) may be substituted with lower division/Community College (1000/2000 level) Human Physiology courses.

The required courses, PHCY 3450 [4450] (Pathophysiology) and PHCY 4470 (Pharmacology), must be upper division (3000/4000 level). Lower division/Community College (1000/2000 level) courses do not satisfy this requirement. Transfer courses must be reviewed for acceptability.

RN-BSN Completion Program of Study

(Documentation of a current active unencumbered RN license must be on file with the School of Nursing for those students not currently enrolled in an ADN program and for all students to begin NURS 4985.)

Pre-Nursing Component
Required USP Courses for Admission Hours

(The following are USP degree requirements needed for formal FWWSON admission that may be met with transfer coursework. Grades of C or better are required.)

MATH 1400 3
Approved (COM1) course 3
Approved (COM2) course 3
Total Hours 9

Required Prerequisite Courses for PHCY 4450
(In addition to KIN/ZOO 2040/2041 and ZOO 3115, the following courses are required prerequisites for taking PHCY 3450 [4450].
They may be met with transfer coursework. Grades of C or better are required.)

LIFE 1010 (PN) 4
CHEM 1000 or 1020 (PN) 4
Total Hours 8
Core Courses (Students are encouraged to complete these courses before taking courses in the nursing major component.)

Hours

STAT 2050 or 2070 (Q)

4

PSYC 1000 (H)

3

KIN/ZOO 2040

3

KIN/ZOO 2041

1

ZOO 3115

4

Approved MICR course

4

PHCY 3450 [4450]

4

PHCY 4470

4

NURS 3005 (pending approval) 1
NURS 3015

3

Total Hours

31

Required USP Courses for Graduation

(The following are additional USP degree requirements needed for graduation that may be met with transfer coursework.)

Courses

Hours

First-Year Seminar (FYS)
(met with 30+ post-high school transfer hours)

3

Human Culture (H)
(In addition to PSYC 1000 (H), a second approved H course is required)

3

Physical and Natural World (PN)
(if not met by LIFE 1010 and CHEM 1000 or CHEM 1020)

6

U.S. & Wyoming Constitutions (V)

3

Total Hours

15

Nursing Major Component

(22 credits)
(Students must be formally admitted to the nursing major component to take these courses.)

Courses

Hours

NURS 3020

3

NURS 3045

3

NURS 3630

4

NURS 4055 (COM3)

3

NURS 4145

3

NURS 4255

3

NURS 4985

3

Total Hours

22

Escrow Courses

(Credits are automatically posted to the student's UW transcript based on completion of NURS 3630, documentation of RN licensure and transcript verifying graduation from an associate degree or diploma nursing program. These credits represent credit for nursing content learned in the associate degree or diploma in nursing program.)

Courses

Hours

NURS 3440

3

NURS 3475

4

NURS 3840

3

NURS 3842

3

NURS 3844

3

NuRS 3875

4

NURS 4442

4

Total Hours

24

Minimum Hours Required for the Degree

120

(Residency Requirement: A minimum of 30 upper-division hours must be completed through UW.)
(Note: Course requirements/expectations are subject to change. Maintain contact with FWWSON for current expectations.)

Graduate Study

The Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing offers two graduate programs leading to: 1) a Master of Science (M.S.) degree and 2) a Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) degree. The program option for the MS degree is Nurse Educator (NE).

Master of Science (MS) Program

The Master of Science (MS) Program is currently under revision and will not be admitting new students during the current year. Please check the nursing website, http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, Master of Science) for future updates and start date.

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program

The DNP program is open to registered nurses with a minimum of a baccalaureate degree in nursing from a program nationally accredited by CCNE or NLNAC. The DNP program has two options: 1) Family Nurse Practitioner (FMY) and 2) Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PSH).

DNP Program Outcomes

Graduates will:

1. engage in evidence-based practice to optimize health outcomes; and
2. engage in leadership activities to promote excellence in rural health care.

Family Nurse Practitioner (FMY)

The FMY option prepares advanced practice nurses to provide primary health care to diverse individuals and their families in a variety of outpatient settings, especially rural settings. Graduates are prepared to diagnose and treat common acute problems, such as infections and injuries, and common chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and hypertension. Graduates work in a variety of settings including independent nurse practitioner practices, physician offices, public health clinics, indigent clinics, emergency rooms, Indian Health Services, correctional facilities, and migrant clinics.

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PSH)

The PSH option prepares advanced practice nurses to provide a full range of psychiatric care. Graduates are prepared to assess, diagnose, and manage, to include prescribing psychotropic medications,  for people with chronic and acute psychiatric disorders. Graduates work in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient facilities such as hospitals; community-based or home care centers; local, state, and federal mental health agencies; long-term care facilities; private practices; substance abuse and detoxification programs; emergency psychiatric service centers; primary care offices; correctional facilities, home health agencies; and behavioral health care companies.

Admission

Complete application materials for the DNP Program must be received by the University of Wyoming no later than Febrary 1 to be considered for fall admission. (The entire DNP application process is completed online.) The applicant is responsible to make certain that UW is in receipt of all application materials/fees. Applications completed after the specified deadline will be held and reviewed for the next admission consideration. The number of students admitted is limited. Admission is a competitive process and applicants meeting minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission to the program. Admission to the university does not guarantee admission to the DNP program in the School of Nursing.

Criteria for admission as well as application instructions can be found on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, DNP, Admission Criteria and Application).

All new admits are required to come to campus for a fall orientation. This expectation is applicable for all DNP options.

Curriculum

Curricula for the FMY and PSH options are available  on the nursing website: http://www.uwyo.edu/nursing (click on Nursing Programs, DNP). All DNP students, regardless of specialty option will take a set of core courses. In addition to the core courses a group of specialty courses are required for each NP option. Students earning the DNP degree will complete a final scholarly project which is integrated into the FMY and PSH curricula.

Working with the Outreach School, DNP core and clinical courses will be delivered using a combination of online courses; synchronous video web-conferencing, and hybrid courses with periodic intensive on-campus experiences. Clinical placements will be arranged at health care facilities in Wyoming, north central Colorado, or southern Montana.

Nursing (NURS) Courses


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