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A.A.S. Nursing Course Descriptions

NUR 101: Nursing Process I (9,fa,sp)  Basic concepts of nursing, nursing skills, scientific principles emphasizing needs common to all people, surgical interventions, and identification and treatment of cellular alterations in varied health care settings.  Five hours lecture, twelve hours clinical. 

 

NUR 103: Psychosocial Nursing (4,fa,sp) Concepts of psychosocial nursing and identification or related alterations and treatments common throughout the lifespan and applied in varied health care and community settings. Four hours lecture, twelve hours clinical.

 

NUR 104: Nursing Process II (5,fa,sp)  Application of scientific principles and concepts of nursing in providing care to the client with altered sensory input, surgical interventions, and unmet movement and coordination needs. Six hours lecture, twelve hours clinical.

 

NUR 106: Transitions to Professional Nursing (2,su) Designed for the LPN allowing demonstration of competency in the skills essential to beginning nursing practice and determining placement in the AAS of Nursing Program.

 

NUR 201: Nursing Process III (4,fa,sp)  Application of scientific principles and concepts of nursing in providing care to the client with unmet nutrition, elimination, and regulation needs. Four hours lecture, twelve hours clinical.

 

NUR 202: Maternal/Child Nursing Process (5.fa,sp)  Application of scientific principles and concepts of nursing in providing care to meet the needs of maternity patients and children from birth through adolescence. Six hours lecture, twelve hours clinical.

 

NUR 203: Nursing Process IV (5,fa,sp)  Differentiation and application of scientific principles and concepts of nursing in providing care to clients with unmet oxygenation and critical care needs. Six hours lecture, twelve hours clinical.

 

NUR 204: Nursing Leadership (4,fa,sp) Application of leadership principles in providing care to clients in and across health care settings, examining legal, ethical, and professional frameworks or nursing. Four hours lecture and twelve hours clinical.