B.S.N. Course Descriptions
NUR 310 CONCEPTS OF PROFESSIONAL NURSING (3) Introduces the student to professional nursing practice, including the evolution of and theoretical basis for nursing. Special emphasis is placed on critical aspects of professional nursing practice and the future of health care. This course is designated writing intensive. Prerequisite: Admission to the BSN completion program.
NUR 320 HEALTH ASSESSMENT I (2) Emphasizes concepts and skills of comprehensive assessment applicable to the adult and child with specific attention to health history skill development. Prerequisite: NUR 104.
NUR 321 HEALTH ASSESSMENT II. (2) Emphasizes concepts and skills of comprehensive physical exam assessment for the adult and child with specific attention to physical examination skill development. Prerequisite: NUR 320.
NUR 370/370L COMMUNITY HEALTH /COMMUNITY HEALTH PRACTICUM. (5). The application of the multifaceted roles of the professional nurse as provider, designer, manager, and coordinator of care for individuals, families, and communities. (A 96 hour practicum is required.) Must be continuously enrolled in both NUR 370 and NUR 370L. Prerequisites/corequisites: NUR 310, 320, 321,350.