Nursing II (NURE-132)
Nursing 132 builds upon the foundation of Nursing 130/131. It explores the roles of the professional nurse as a member of the health care team utilizing critical thinking and problem solving skills with expansion of health assessment techniques while caring for adults experiencing acute/chronic disruptions of existing patterns of normalcy. The student will be utilizing the nursing process, developing and refining clinical skills as well as establishing priorities in predictable health care situations. Learning experiences are provided in the classroom, Learning/Simulation Center and in multi-cultural adult medical/surgical facilities and the community. 4 hours theory, 12 hours clinical per week. 8 credits; 15 week course. Prerequisites: NURE 131, BIO 106, PSY 101; GPA 2.5; Co-requisites NREL-132, BIO 108, and PSY 204 or PSY 205.