Fundamentals of Nursing
The students will identify and explore knowledge, skills and attitudes underlying the key components of nursing practice. These include therapeutic communication, assessment, clinical decision making, health promotion and disease prevention. Utilizing caring interventions, students will begin to implement safe clinical practice. Nursing students will be registered for either NUR 170 or PNR 170 - cross listed course. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Nursing Program. Prerequisite or Corequisite: BIO 217, PHM 171, NUR/PNR 172, PSY 110, 4 Lecture Hours; 3 Laboratory Hours; 12 Clinical Hours.
Additional Course Fees: Malpractice Insurance $15, Misc. Tests $100, Supplies $200, Program Fee $200, Technological Device Fee $500. All fees are subject to change.