Transition to Professional Nursing Role for Unlicensed Healthcare Providers

Course Type: 
NUR
Code: 
2124
Level: 
Undergraduate
Credit Hours: 
1 to 7
Schedule Type: 
Lecture
Description: 

Introduces non-Registered Nurse healthcare personnel to the role of the professional nurse; introduction to nursing theories with emphasis on interprofessional, intraprofessional, and patient-centered communication skills and critical reasoning in the application of nursing process. Includes laboratory and clinical experiences basic to clinical practice in care of adults. This is an integrated writing course. (3 cr didactic; 2 cr clinical total; 2 cr lab total)

Prerequisites: 

Undergraduate level ANT 2120 Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level CHM 1020 Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level PSY 3410 Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level HLT 3400 Minimum Grade of C (HLT 3400 can be taken concurrently) and Undergraduate level NUR 3100 Minimum Grade of C (NUR 3100 can be taken concurrently) and Undergraduate level SOC 2000 Minimum Grade of C (SOC 2000 can be taken concurrently)

Corequisites: 

NUR2124C

Restrictions: 
Must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: Nursing Accelerated Option-BSN.
Attributes: 
Integrated Writing