What is Programming?
Programming is an integrated field of study in the nursing program at UCLA.
This section describes some of the most common areas of study and provides an overview of the curriculum.
Programming involves learning to apply and apply well, to solve problems, and to understand the meaning of the data.
The curriculum also focuses on practical skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, problem identification, problem analysis, and problem modeling.
The degree program prepares students for jobs in nursing practice and other professional occupations.
The program provides students with the opportunity to work independently in a nursing environment.
The program provides a comprehensive curriculum that is integrated into the nursing school curriculum.
Students complete the core curriculum in three modules, which range from basic reading and writing to language acquisition and health.
Students may choose to complete the nursing curriculum independently or transfer the curriculum to another program.
Students complete the program in four semesters.
Programs are graded on an upper-division, three-credit, essay-based system, and the final grade is based on the total number of units and a grade of “C- or better” on the course work.
The grade of a “C” on a course of study is equivalent to passing a test in the class.
The final grade on a program is the highest grade in the program, with a minimum grade of C.
The UCLA Nursing Program is comprised of a three-year curriculum, culminating in the Master of Science in Nursing degree.
The master’s degree requires a minimum of 26 units and an average grade of 60 percent.
This degree program includes three separate modules:Core coursework is taught by the faculty of Nursing Education.
In addition to core courses, students also complete electives in a variety of areas.
Students are required to complete a final project, and they must complete at least 10 hours of supervised work.
The nursing program provides undergraduate and graduate students with an education in health and nursing education.
This curriculum includes the following courses:Students are required for a two-year internship program that begins in May 2019.
Students earn credit toward their nursing degree by completing the internships and are paid on a per-hour basis for their work.
Students must also pass an internship test.