NUR-201 - Nursing 3

9 credits

NUR-201 focuses on patients and families experiencing multisystem illnesses across the life span. This course continues to build upon the nursing curriculum competencies. Teaching and learning principles are incorporated through the implementation of a formal teaching plan developed by the student for individuals in the community.

The focus of this course is to emphasize the role of the nurse as a leader within the interdisciplinary health team. During this course, the student learns progressive nursing skills in areas that include the learning resource center, simulation center, acute care environments and in the community setting.

Prerequisite(s): NUR-121, NUR-204, BIO-232, PSY-210;

Corequisite(s): BIO-235 SOC-101 

Previously known as: NURS-302