Nursing

NUR 1000: Introduction to Nursing (1)

Offerings

This introductory course gives an overview of nursing as a career choice, as well as how to prepare for entrance into the field. Emphasis will be placed on the educational requirements, advanced practice roles, as well as the array of options for clinical practice as an RN. Registered nurses from the community will come to the seminar to discuss their practice.

NUR 2000: Nursing Fundamentals (1)

Offerings

This introductory course covers the basic skills necessary to deliver nursing care. It will provide a foundation for the practice of nursing including the nursing process.

NUR 2002: Readiness for Re-Enrollment (1-5)

Offerings

This course is designed to prepare students to re-enroll in the nursing program one quarter before they re-enroll. The terms of the learning agreement are to be specified by the Academic and Student Affairs Committee. May be repeated for credit up to 5 credits.

NUR 3001: Success in Nursing School (1-6)

Offerings

This course is designed to promote the academic success of nursing students through the utilization of learning strategies and collaborative support. Individual and group partnerships are created between students, faculty and other University resources that assist the student with reading, writing, thinking, and research skills in nursing. May be repeated for credit up to 6 credits.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 3110: Health and Illness 1: Theory (3)

Offerings

This course introduces students to the categories of Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial concepts of health and illness. Students will examine foundational biophysical and psychosocial concepts of health and illness across the lifespan, while exploring the nurse’s role in caring for individuals with selected illness conditions. Specific concepts introduced include Mobility, Tissue Integrity, Comfort, and Spirituality.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded.

NUR 3111: Health and Illness 1: Practicum (2)

Offerings

This course provides introductory experiences in the application of foundational Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial concepts of health and illness to meet basic needs of individuals across the lifespan. Emphasis will be on the development of practical skills, including assessment of basic needs, nursing care to meet basic needs, and safe practice for medication administration. Students will demonstrate foundational elements of the nurse’s role and the nursing process in the provision of nursing care in a variety of on-site and off-site settings. Extra Fee. Fee(s): Clinical Placement Fee, Nursing Fee, SHS Clinical Doc. Mgmt. Fee, Skills Lab Fee, Up-to-Date program for nurses

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded.

NUR 3112: Professional Nursing 1 (3)

Offerings

This course provides an overview of the profession of nursing and introduces students to the categories of Nursing and Healthcare concepts. Students will examine foundational Nursing and Healthcare concepts, which will include content related to the nature and scope of nursing practice; domains of practice; and the evolution, opportunities, and context for nursing practice. This course also introduces the SHS Core Values that will be expanded on and threaded through all of the Professional Nursing courses. Specific concepts introduced include Professional Identity, Communication, Clinical Judgment, and Safety.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded.

NUR 3113: Health Assessment (2)

Offerings

In this course, students will learn foundational skills necessary for accurate and comprehensive health assessment across the lifespan. Students will learn how to integrate client needs, preferences, development, and culture into assessment techniques and documentation. Students will also learn to interpret and document examination findings using appropriate terminology and technological tools. Extra Fee.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded.

NUR 3114: Pathophysiology (3)

Offerings

Building on an understanding of human anatomy and physiology, students will examine alterations in structure and function of the human body across the lifespan. Principles of pathophysiology will be examined using selected commonly occurring acute and chronic illnesses as exemplars. Course content will emphasize principles of genetics, environment, cellular adaptation, inflammation, and immunity. This course is also designed to enhance the student’s comprehension of the physiologic and pathophysiologic basis for pharmacologic therapy.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded.

NUR 3116: Pharmacology (3)

Offerings

This course introduces principles of pharmacology as a basis for safe and effective pharmacological and parenteral therapies across the lifespan. Course content will include the major classifications of drugs, principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, review of pertinent data prior to medication administration, and expected and potential adverse client response to medication. Course content will emphasize nursing considerations for medication therapy, including principles of safe medication administration.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded.

NUR 3120: Health and Illness 2: Theory (5)

Offerings

This course introduces new concepts and elaborates on previously examined concepts in the Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial categories. Students will examine the role of the nurse as it applies to the care of individuals with chronic health and illness conditions across the lifespan. Specific concepts introduced include Gas Exchange, Perfusion, and Mood & Affect.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3110: D or better

NUR 3121: Health and Illness 2: Practicum (4)

Offerings

This course provides experiences in the application of Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial concepts of health and illness to meet the needs of individuals with chronic health conditions across the lifespan. Emphasis will be on the development of practical skills, including assessment of biophysical and psychosocial needs, nursing care to meet identified needs, and safe practice for medication administration. Building on skills learned in prior quarters, students will continue to demonstrate foundational skills within the role of nursing student, for the provision of nursing care in a variety of on-site and off-site settings. Extra Fee. Fee(s): Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3111: D or better

NUR 3122: Professional Nursing 2 (3)

Offerings

This course provides an in-depth analysis of the Healthcare concept of Evidence-Based Practice as it applies to the profession of nursing. Students will examine the theoretical foundation for integrating clinical expertise, client values and preferences, and best research evidence to facilitate decision-making toward quality outcomes. Students will relate the SHS Core Values to the concept of Evidence-Based Practice.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3112: D or better

NUR 3130: Health and Illness 3: Theory (5)

Offerings

This course introduces new concepts and elaborates on previously examined concepts in the Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial categories. Course content will include the nursing process as it applies to reproductive health, and to community and public health. In conjunction with Professional Nursing 3, students will explore the role of the nurse in regard to health promotion and maintenance, particularly within families and communities. Specific concepts introduced include Environment, Culture & Diversity, and Reproduction.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3120: D or better

NUR 3131: Health and Illness 3: Practicum (4)

Offerings

This course provides experiences in the application of Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial concepts of health and illness to meet the needs of individuals and communities across the lifespan. Emphasis will be on the development of practical skills, including assessment of biophysical and psychosocial needs, community assessment and screening, nursing interventions to meet identified needs, and safe practice for medication administration. Students will explore the role of the nurse in population-focused care. Students will demonstrate advanced beginner skills within the role of nursing student, for the provision of nursing care in a variety of off-site settings. Extra Fee. Fee(s): Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3121: D or better

NUR 3132: Professional Nursing 3 (3)

Offerings

This course introduces new concepts and elaborates on previously examined concepts in the Nursing and Healthcare categories, with particular emphasis on the concepts of health promotion and health policy. Students will explore elements that influence health behavior change including lifestyle choices and risk factors, literacy, cultural and environmental factors, and patterns and histories of inequity. Students will examine the relationship between health policy, health promotion, and disease prevention. Course content will focus on individuals as they are situated within and influenced by communities. Students will relate the SHS Core Values to the concept of health promotion. Specific concepts introduced include Education, Collaboration, and Health policy.

Attributes: Cultural Understand&Engagement, Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3122: D or better

NUR 3161: Professional Nursing I (3)

Offerings

Introduces the foundational principles of the nursing roles as it applies to care across the lifespan.

Attributes: Upper-Division

NUR 3171: Professional Nursing II (2)

Offerings

Explores professional nursing and community health concepts to optimize patient and family outcomes.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 3175: Pharmacology (4)

Offerings

Introduces concepts of pharmacology and nursing considerations for safe drug therapy across the lifespan.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 3952: Basic Nursing Theory (6)

Offerings

An introduction to nursing, covering basic nursing science concepts and an introduction to nursing assessment. The nursing assessment focus is on data collection and nursing diagnosis. Emphasis is with adults in long-term and community setting. Extra fee (non-refundable). Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s): Comprehensive Nursing Test Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 3953: Basic Nursing Practicum (5)

Offerings

Provides experiences in application of the nursing process. Primary and secondary levels of care introduced in a long-term care and community-based setting. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s): Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 3953L: Basic Nursing Practicum Lab (0)

Offerings

Lab Component of NUR 3953.

NUR 3954: Nursing of Adults I - Theory (6)

Offerings

Concepts of health promotion, health protection, prevention, and managing human responses to physical and mental illness are explored. Pathophysiology, pharmacology, spirituality, and human-diversity issues are integrated. The nursing process is utilized with adults in the context of the family and community-based settings. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Prerequisites: NUR 3952: D or better AND NUR 3953: D or better

NUR 3955: Nursing of Adults I - Practicum (5)

Offerings

Provides experience in application of the nursing process, with adults and their families in acute-care settings and in community-based settings. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s): Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 3956: Nursing of Adults II - Theory (6)

Offerings

Builds on Nursing of Adults I. Applies nursing process to more complex human responses in health and illness with adults. Emphasis continues to pathophysiology, pharmacology, physical and mental health, and illness issues of the individual in family and community-based settings. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Prerequisites: NUR 3954: D or better AND NUR 3955: D or better

NUR 3957: Nursing of Adults II - Practicum (5)

Offerings

Provides experience in application of the nursing process with more complex human responses in health and illness contexts for application, including work with adults in selected acute-care and community-based settings. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s): Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 3958: Health Promotion, Assessment & Clinical Prevention (5)

Offerings

Individual health assessment, evidence based practice and current issues in health promotion across the lifespan. Focus on social determinants of health for individuals and populations. Topics include: epidemiology, health equity, theoretical foundations for disease prevention, evidence based programs, and population based health strategies.

Attributes: Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Prerequisites: NUR 3954: D or better

NUR 4000: Child-Bearing Family Health Nursing Theory (3)

Offerings

Applies the nursing process to the nursing care of the child-bearing family. Integrates concepts of health promotion, growth, and development, cultural diversity, spirituality, pharmacology, physiology, and pathophysiology. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s):

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: NUR 3956: D or better AND NUR 3957: D or better

NUR 4002: Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Theory (3)

Offerings

Applies the nursing process to the nursing care of clients with psychiatric disorders, chronic and persistent mental illness, and mental health issues for individuals and families across the lifespan. Integrates concepts of growth and development, cultural diversity, spirituality, pharmacology, physiology, and pathophysiology. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: NUR 3956: D or better AND NUR 3957: D or better

NUR 4005: Child Bearing and Family Health Nursing Practicum (2)

Offerings

Applies the nursing process to the nursing care of the child-bearing family. Provides students with opportunities to care for families during labor, delivery, and post-partum. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s): Clinical Placement Fee, Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee, Up-to-Date program for nurses

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Health Sciences only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: NUR 3956: D or better AND NUR 3957: D or better

NUR 4007: Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Practicum (2)

Offerings

Applies the nursing process to the care of individuals and families who are dealing with acute and chronic mental illness. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s): Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Health Sciences only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: NUR 3956: D or better AND NUR 3957: D or better

NUR 4010: Child-Rearing Family Health Nursing Theory (3)

Offerings

Applies the nursing process to the nursing care of the child-rearing family, with an integration of concepts of health promotion, growth, and development, cultural diversity, spirituality, pharmacology, and the pathophysiology of disease in acute and chronic illnesses. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: NUR 3956: D or better AND NUR 3957: D or better

NUR 4012: Community and Family Health Nursing Theory (3)

Offerings

Applies the nursing process to nursing's role in community-health assessment and diagnosis, program planning, implementation, and evaluation. Health policy issues will be explored related to health promotion and disease prevention. Family health is studied in the context of a diverse community. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses.

Attributes: Cultural Understand&Engagement, Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: NUR 3956: D or better AND NUR 3957: D or better

NUR 4015: Child Rearing and Family Health Nursing Practicum (2)

Offerings

Applies the nursing process to the nursing care of the child-rearing family, providing students with opportunities to care for hospitalized children and their families. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s): Nursing Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Health Sciences only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: NUR 3956: D or better AND NUR 3957: D or better

NUR 4017: Community and Family Health Nursing Practicum (2-3)

Offerings

Applies the nursing process to the nursing care of families across the lifespan in a variety of community settings and allows students to develop community-care skills through participation in community-health programs and by exploring health-policy issues. Theory and practicum courses are co-requisites; the minimum grade must be achieved in both courses. If the minimum grade in either course is not achieved, the student must repeat both courses. Fee(s): Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Health Sciences only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: NUR 3956: D or better AND NUR 3957: D or better

NUR 4140: Health and Illness 4: Theory (5)

Offerings

This course elaborates on previously examined concepts in the Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial categories. Course content will include the nursing process as it applies to acute health and illness conditions in individuals across the lifespan. Specific concepts elaborated on include Fluid & Electrolyte Balance, Perfusion, and Perioperative care.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3130: D or better

NUR 4141: Health and Illness 4: Practicum (6)

Offerings

This course provides experiences in the application of Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial concepts of health and illness to meet the needs of individuals experiencing acute health and illness conditions. Emphasis will be on the continuing development of practical and psychomotor skills, application of the nursing process, interprofessional communication and collaboration, and safe practice for medication administration. Students will demonstrate competence within the role of nursing student, for provision of nursing care in a variety of off-site settings. Extra Fee.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3131: D or better

NUR 4142: Professional Nursing 4 (3)

Offerings

This course introduces new concepts and elaborates on previously examined concepts in the Nursing and Healthcare categories, with particular emphasis on the nurse as leader. Course content will include leadership styles, conflict management, delegation, and principles of project management. Students will analyze the role of the nurse in providing and coordinating health care within and across care settings as an integral member of the interprofessional care team. Students will examine the influence of SHS Core Values on leadership effectiveness and health care team function. Specific concepts that will be introduced include Care Management, Leadership, and Healthcare Organizations.

Attributes: Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 3132: D or better

NUR 4150: Health and Illness 5: Theory (4)

Offerings

This course elaborates on previously examined concepts in the Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial categories. Course content will include the nursing process as it applies to complex, multisystem health conditions, including psychiatric mental health conditions, in individuals across the lifespan. Specific concepts elaborated on include Behaviors, Cognition, and Metabolism.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 4140: D or better

NUR 4151: Health and Illness 5: Practicum (3)

Offerings

This course provides experiences in the application of Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial concepts of health and illness to meet the needs of individuals experiencing to complex, multisystem health conditions, including psychiatric mental health conditions. Emphasis will be on the continuing development of practical and psychomotor skills, application of the nursing process, interprofessional communication and collaboration, and safe practice for medication administration. Students will demonstrate proficiency within the role of nursing student, for provision of nursing care in a variety of off-site settings. Extra Fee.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 4141: D or better

NUR 4152: Professional Nursing 5 (3)

Offerings

This course introduces new concepts and elaborates on previously examined concepts in the Nursing and Healthcare categories, with particular emphasis on the delivery of health care services. Course content will include health care financing, and quality improvement strategies and indicators. Students will analyze the role of the nurse in providing and directing nursing care, paying particular attention to the business aspect of health care. Students will examine the alignment of the SHS Core Values with the explicit and implicit values of healthcare organizations and entities. Specific concepts introduced include Healthcare Economics and Quality Improvement.

Attributes: Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 4142: D or better

NUR 4153: Nursing Leadership in Community Engagement (2)

Offerings

This course provides practical application of principles of leadership, management of care, health promotion, and quality improvement through involvement in a community and/or public health project. Students work in partnership with a community agency to identify an issue of concern related to a specific population served by that agency and to develop an evidence-based approach to address the issue. Key concepts integrated into the project will include sustainability, cultural sensitivity, interprofessional care, and ethical practice. A written component of this project will be developed in Professional Nursing 5. Extra Fee.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 4142: D or better

NUR 4162: NCLEX Preparation Course (2)

Offerings

This course is designed to prepare students to take the NCLEX-RN exam upon successful completion of the nursing curriculum. Students will review the process for exam registration and scheduling, explore the exam blueprint, review relevant content, create a study plan, and practice test taking strategies.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.

NUR 4391: Applied Concepts of Pathophysiology (3)

Offerings

In depth study of pathologic changes occurring in selective disease and wellness states. Problem solving, clinical judgement, and critical thinking skills will be used to identify patient history, abnormal laboratory work, clinical manifestations, rish factors, and disease management.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only.

NUR 4710: Culture, Diversity, and Nursing Practice (3)

Offerings

Analyzes the impact of cultural, social, and global factors on the health of multicultural and diverse groups at the individual, family, and community levels. Students gain knowledge and skills to effectively respond to the healthcare needs of multicultural societies through non-discriminatory and culturally sensitive nursing care practice. May be repeated for credit 2 times.

Attributes: Cultural Understand&Engagement, Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 4848: Leadership and Professional Role Development (3)

Offerings

Theoretical investigation of leadership and organizational concepts and their application to the professional nursing role within the health care team and in the delivery of health care to individuals, groups, and selected populations.

Attributes: Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only.

NUR 4859: Professional Nursing Synthesis Internship (6-8)

Offerings

Focus is on synthesis of past educational experiences within a variety of acute-care and community settings. Interdisciplinary work, application of leadership skills, and working in partnerships with selected communities provide opportunities to demonstrate effective integration and synthesis of prior learning. Fee(s): Comprehensive Nursing Test Fee, Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only.

NUR 4896: Transition to Practice Synthesis (5)

Offerings

In this course, students will synthesize knowledge and experience gained in prior coursework to develop a grounded professional identity and to plan for transition to practice. Students will engage in complex decision-making in relation to ethical dilemmas, explore emerging trends in nursing science, and discuss professional development strategies and goals. This is a capstone course that integrates all prior coursework including core curriculum concepts, and courses from the first two years of study.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 4152: D or better

NUR 4897: Transition to Practice Practicum (5)

Offerings

This course provides a capstone experience in the synthesis, integration, and application of curricular concepts to professional nursing practice in order to ensure readiness to enter nursing practice. Emphasis will be on demonstrating independent and safe performance of practical and psychomotor skills, application of the nursing process, interprofessional communication and collaboration, leadership, and safe practice for medication administration. Students will demonstrate proficiency within the role of nursing student, for provision of nursing care in a variety of off-site settings. Extra Fee.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded. Prerequisites: NUR 4151: D or better

NUR 4899: Professional Nursing Synthesis Theory (3)

Offerings

Focus is on the future of health care and nursing and on continued professional development. This is a capstone course that integrates all prior coursework including core curriculum concepts, and courses from the first two years of study are expected.

Attributes: Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only.

NUR 4900: Independent Study (1-5)

Offerings

Independent Study May be repeated for credit up to 10 credits.

Attributes: Upper-Division

NUR 4938: Transition to Practice Clinical (6)

Offerings

Provides experience in the synthesis, integration, and application of curricular concepts to Professional nursing practice to ensure readiness to enter practice.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only.

NUR 4950: Selected Topics (1-5)

Offerings

Focuses on emerging and specialized topics in nursing. May be repeated for credit up to 10 credits.

Attributes: Upper-Division

NUR 4971: Research (3)

Offerings

The examination of clinical practice for development of researchable problems. Gives opportunity for systematic investigation of a health-related topic of the student's choice.

Attributes: Upper-Division Restrictions: Nursing Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only. Prerequisites: MAT 1300: D or better OR MAT 1360: D or better OR MAT 2360: D or better OR HSC 4044: D or better OR PSY 2360: D or better OR SOC 2360: D or better OR EDU 2600: D or better OR (PSY 2360: D or better