Course Information

 

for AAS Nursing Department


Re-Intro to Clinical (Moodle) NUR (CLP 100-OL)

Credits:1

Intro to Clinical Practice Online Ev/Wk (CLP 100-ON)

Credits:1

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - January (HESI-01)

Credits:0

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - February (HESI-02)

Credits:0

HESI-NUR Entrance Exam - March (HESI-03)

Credits:0

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - April (HESI-04)

Credits:0

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - May (HESI-05)

Credits:0

HESI - Nur Entrance Exam - June (HESI-06)

Credits:0

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - August (HESI-08)

Credits:0

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - September (HESI-09)

Credits:0

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - October (HESI-10)

Credits:0

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - November (HESI-11)

Credits:0

HESI - NUR Entrance Exam - December (HESI-12)

Credits:0

Current Trends in Healthcare (HIS 211)

Credits:3

Pre-requisite: Completion of College Writing with a grade of C or higher or Accuplacer WritePlacer Score of 5 or higher and Reading Comprehension Score of 60 or higher.

Fundamentals In Nursing - Lecture (NUR 101)

Credits:8

Fundamentals in Nursing - Clinical (NUR 101 L)

Credits:0

Fundamentals in Nursing Laboratory (NUR 101-LA)

Credits:0

Nursing Care Across The Lifespan I (NUR 102)

Credits:10

Nrsg Care Acr. Lifespan I - Lab (NUR 102-LA)

Credits:0

Health Assessment (NUR 110)

Credits:2

Health Assessment Clinical lab (NUR 111)

Credits:2

Fundamentals of Nursing (NUR 120)

Credits:2

Fundamentals Clinical Lab (NUR 121)

Credits:2

Medical-Surgical Nursing I (NUR 130)

Credits:3

Medical-Surgical Nursing I Clinical (NUR 131)

Credits:3

Pathophysiology (NUR 150)

Credits:3

Pre NUR 201 Prep (NUR 190)

Credits:6

Nursing Care Across The Lifespan II (NUR 201)

Credits:10

Students must have completed Semester I and Semester II of Nursing course work along with College Writing, Introduction to Literature, Introduction to Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Human Anatomy & Physiology I/lab and Human Anatomy & Physiology II/lab

Nursing Care Across LifeSpan II-Activities (NUR 201-A)

Credits:0

Application Activities

Nursing Care Across The Lifespan III (NUR 202)

Credits:11

Pharmacology (NUR 210)

Credits:3

This course will provide review of pharmacology from a holistic nursing perspective, involving a thorough study of medications and their actions. The ethical/legal implications of medication administration and cultural considerations essential for considerate pharmacological nursing practice will also be explored. Students will apply their understanding of the principles of pharmaco-kinetics and pharmaco-dynamics to medications and the patho-physiological processes for which they are used. The concepts related to safe, effective medication administration across the lifespan will be emphasized, including the seven rights of medication administration, medication-to-medication interactions, contraindications/precautions, and the rapid identification of adverse reactions. Emphasis will be placed on the appropriate nursing assessment and interventions required to maximize the therapeutic effect of pharmaceuticals, and promote patient safety in medication administration. Students will research and apply current nursing pharmacology literature to build a foundation for safe practice.

Mental Health Nursing (NUR 212)

Credits:3

Mental Health Clinical (NUR 213)

Credits:1

Medical-Surgical Nursing II (NUR 220)

Credits:3

Medical-Surgical Nursing II Clinical (NUR 221)

Credits:3

Medical-Surgical Nursing II (NUR 222)

Credits:2

People Living with Chronic Illness (NUR 230)

Credits:2

Maternal/Child Nursing (NUR 240)

Credits:3

Maternal/Child Nursing Clinical (NUR 241)

Credits:1

Medical-Surgical Nursing III (NUR 250)

Credits:3

Medical-Surgical Nursing III Clinical (NUR 251)

Credits:3

Sim. Role Transition Clinical Application (NUR 260)

Credits:1