Code
Course Credits
NURS 113 NURS 113 - Clinical Skills I

This course focuses on knowledge and laboratory practice of clinical skills related to the basic nurisng care of individuals.(4-0;0-0)

2.00
NURS 118 NURS 118 - Nursing Care of Older Adults

This course focuses on knowledge and skills essential for the care of older adults, including physiological, psychological, social, and spiritual dimensions of health and well-being. The class provides an overview of chronic disease challenges from a positive aging perspective and explores gerontological nursing in light of gender, socio-economic, cultural, and developmental determinants. Clinical reasoning is emphasized by analyzing health related subjective and objective data, identifying patient care needs and planning health promoting care for older adults. The clinical portion of the course provides experience with a gerontological population in residential care.Prerequisite(s): satisfactory completion of first semester nursing classes (NURS 111 and NURS 121). (0-0, 4-0)Co-requisites: NURS 116, NURS 124

3.00
NURS 119 NURS 119 - Clinical Practice: Adult Health I 3.00
NURS 246 NURS 246 - Clinical Practice: Adult Health 2

This course focuses on experiential learning in the provision of nursing care for adults with common acute and chronic illnesses.

4.00
NURS 252 NURS 252 - Nursing Care of Childbearing Family

Concepts of nursing care are related to the health care of women, newborns, children, and families during the childbearing years. Wellness and illness aspects are included in selected environments.Prerequisite(s): 100 level Nursing courses; NURS 222, 245; and other non-Nursing prerequisites designated on curriculum plan. (0-0; 3-12)

6.00
NURS 321 NURS 321 - Nutrition

Introduction to basic principles of nutrition for optimal health throughout the life-span. Dietary management of clients with selected health conditions is emphasized. The focus is on analysis of dietary needs and the role of nutrition in health promotion and illness prevention..Prerequisite(s): 100 and 200 level Nursing courses and other non-Nursing prerequisites designated on curriculum plan. (3-0; 0-0)

3.00
NURS 463 NURS 463 - Nsng Care of Adults in Complex Illn

Concepts of nursing care are examined as they relate to the complex care needs of adults recovering from surgical procedures, as well as the needs of their families. Complex care refers to consideration of factors that influence wellness in the midst of illness, facilitate an understanding of related pathophysiology, and promote an awareness of cultural and other influences in health care. Theoretical foundation is partnered with practical application in acute care settings. Prerequisite(s): NURS 100, 200, 300 level courses and other non-Nursing prerequisites designated on curriculum plan. (3-12; 0-0)

6.00
NURS 465 NURS 465 - Nursing Care of Adults in Community

Concepts of community as partner, social cultural diversity, and social justice are applied to nursing care in communities. Health promotion and restoration of health are foci of nursing care for communities and vulnerable populations, within a context of equity and global health. Prerequisite(s): NURS 100, 200, 300 level courses and other non-Nursing prerequisites designated on curriculum plan. (2-4; 0-0)

3.00
NURS 482 NURS 482 - Consolidation in Nursing Practice

Concepts of nursing care are applied to the provision of acute, rehabilitative, or palliative nursing care and health promotion in acute or community placements.NB: Pass/Fail course.Prerequisite(s): NURS 100, 200, 300 level courses, NURS 463, 465, and other non-Nursing prerequisites designated on curriculum plan. (0-0; 0-24)

6.00