Nursing I (NURE-131)
Nursing 131 is an introductory course designed to establish the foundations of knowledge, attitudes and psychomotor skills necessary for beginning practice. The role of the nurse in the multi-cultural health care delivery system will focus on nursing care for selected health problems. Commonly seen health deviations within the adult population will be introduced. Basic health assessment skills will be introduced. Students participate in clinical experiences in the Learning/Simulation Center and acute and long-term care settings for the application of fundamental nursing principles. 4 hours theory, 12 hours clinical per week; 8 credits; 15 week course; GPA 2.5. Prerequisites: NURE 130, BIO 105, ENG 101, CHE 105 (or CHE 113); Co-requisites: BIO 106, PSY 101.