Nursing

Degrees and Certificates

Classes

NUR 112 : Fundamental Concepts of Nursing

This course teaches foundational knowledge of nursing concepts and clinical decision making to provide evidence-based nursing care. Content includes but is not limited to: healthcare delivery systems, professionalism, health promotion, psychosocial well-being, functional ability, gas exchange, safety, pharmacology, and coordinator/manager of care.

hours

7

Prerequisites

BIO 201 and MTH 100 or higher level Math; Admission to the program

NUR 113 : Nursing Concepts I

This course teaches foundational knowledge of nursing concepts and clinical decision making to provide evidence-based nursing care. Content includes but is not limited to: coordinator/manager of care, perfusion, oxygenation, infection, inflammation, tissue integrity, nutrition, elimination, mobility/immobility, cellular regulation, acid/base balance, and fluid/electrolyte balance.

hours

8

Prerequisites

NUR 112, BIO 201 and MTH 100 or higher level math

Corequisites

BIO 202, ENG 101 and PSY 210

NUR 114 : Nursing Concepts II

This course teaches foundational knowledge of nursing concepts and clinical decision making to provide evidence-based nursing care. Content includes but is not limited to: coordinator/manager of care, sexuality, reproduction and childbearing, infection, inflammation, sensory perception, perfusion, cellular regulation, mood disorders and affect, renal fluid/electrolyte balance, and medical emergencies.

hours

8

Prerequisites

NUR 113, ENG 101, BIO 202, PSY 210

Corequisites

NUR 115 and SPH 106 or 107

NUR 115 : Evidence Based Clinical Reasoning

This course provides students with opportunities to collaborate with various members of the health care team in a family and community context. Students utilize clinical reasoning to assimilate concepts within the individual, health, and nursing domains.

hours

2

Prerequisites

NUR 113, PSY 210, ENG 101 and BIO 202

Corequisites

NUR 114 and SPH 106 or 107

NUR 209 : Concepts for Healthcare Transition Students*

This course focuses on application of nursing concepts to assist health care professionals to transition into the role of the registered nurse. Emphasis in this course is placed on evidenced based clinical decision making and nursing concepts provided in a family and community context for a variety of health alterations across the lifespan.

hours

10

Prerequisites

MTH 100 or higher level math, BIO 201, BIO 202, ENG 101, SPH 106 or 107, PSY 210 *This course is a
mobility course for LPNs, Paramedics

NUR 211 : Advanced Nursing Concepts

This course provides opportunities for students to integrate advanced nursing care concepts within a family and community context. Content includes but is not limited to: manager of care for advanced concepts in safety, fluid/electrolyte balance, cellular regulation, gas exchange, psychosocial well-being, growth and development, perfusion, and medical emergencies.

hours

7

Prerequisites

NUR 114, NUR 115 and SPH 106 or 107

Corequisites

BIO 220

NUR 221 : Advanced Evidence Based Clinical Reasoning

This course provides students with opportunities to demonstrate graduate competencies through didactic and preceptorship experiences necessary to transition to the profession of nursing. Content in nursing and health care domains includes management of care, professionalism, and healthcare delivery systems.

hours

7

Prerequisites

BIO 220 and NUR 211

Corequisites

HUM - Humanities elective (Ethics preferred)