Courses

  • NURS-1011 Introduction to Nursing

    An introductory nursing course designed to acquaint the student with a historical nursing perspective from the beginnings of the profession to current professional developments. Students will be introduced to nursing trends and changing national and global health care delivery methods. Lecture - 1 hour. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • NURS-2003 Health Assessment

    Course focuses on the nursing process and how clinical diagnosis is performed. Students will learn to assess the client-s physical, psychological, social, and spiritual dimensions as a foundation to nursing care. The skills of interviewing, documentation, inspection, percussion, palpation, and auscultation are refined to make clinical judgments and promote health-client outcomes. Lecture - 2 hours; Clinical - 1 hour. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • NURS-2003C Health Assesment Clinical

    Heath Assesment Clinical

  • NURS-2013 Fundamentals of Nursing

    An introductory course emphasizing nursing skills and nursing process. Nursing theory and concepts related to the human response to illness will be explored. Emphasis is placed on the development and integration of therapeutic communication skills, nurse-client relationships, developmental needs, cultural diversity and legal-ethical issues. Lecture - 2 hours, Clinical - 1 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • NURS-2033 Pharmacology

    Course is designed as an introduction to pharmacological principles, drug classifications, and expected therapeutic outcomes associated with drug therapy. Nursing process and drug therapy are discussed in relation to clients- developmental levels and health habits across their lifespan. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • NURS-3013 Pathophysiology

    A course studying the alterations in physiological well-being across the lifespan as pathological responses to disease, stress, genetics and environmental changes occur within the body. Critical thinking, research findings, and scientific knowledge are applied to analyze individual outcomes throughout the course. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • NURS-3014 Mental Health Nursing

    A course introducing the student to basic mental health nursing content as applied to individuals, families, and community groups. Through the application of the nursing process, students learn to provide complex therapeutic nursing interventions for a variety mental health disorders. Continued development of communication skills, professionalism, teaching-learning principles, ethical-legal, and economic issues are incorporated throughout the course. Lecture - 2 hours; Clinical - 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • NURS-3014C Mental Health Nursing Clinical

    Mental health nursing clinical

  • NURS-3015 Adult Nursing I

    A course focusing on medical-surgical nursing care of culturally diverse adult patients across the life span who are experiencing chronic health problems and end-of-life issues. The concept of caring is emphasized with a focus on individuality and cultural diversity. Implementation of the nursing process in a health care setting will focus on using basic teaching-learning principles for practice. Lecture - 3 hours; Clinical - 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall.

  • NURS-3015C Adult Nursing I Clinical

    adult nursing i clinical

  • NURS-3024 Maternal-Infant Health Nursing

    A course focusing on concepts and implementation of professional nursing care for women in their childbearing years, newborns, and their families with emphasis on pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum period. This course encompasses knowledge of growth and development, cultural diversity, and assessment techniques for pregnant women and newborns. Lecture 2 hours; Clinical - 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • NURS-3025 Adult Nursing II

    A course which builds upon the medical-surgical concepts learned in Adult I, focusing on adult patients experiencing common acute and chronic health problems across the lifespan. The effects of families and community groups are to be examined. Through application of the nursing process, students learn to provide complex therapeutic nursing interventions while using critical thinking skills. Lecture - 3 hours; Clinical - 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • NURS-3034 Health Care Missions and Christian Service

    A course designed to focus on Christian concepts and principles as applied to global health service. Participation in health care delivery system of selected communities or countries is an integral component. Lecture - 2 hours; Clinical - 2 hour. This course is normally offered in the spring semester with clinical hours being completed in the first 3 weeks of May.

  • NURS-4005 Community Health Nursing

    A course focusing on organization and delivery of nursing care to individuals, families and groups in a variety of community health care settings. Emphasis is placed on prevention of disease, health promotion, and control of communicable disease within the community. Lecture - 3 hours; clinical 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • NURS-4005C Community Health Nursing Clinical

    community health nursing clinicals

  • NURS-4011 Capstone in Nursing

    A synthesis course within the nursing program preparing the student for licensure. Students develop an outcome report of their learning experiences which combine theory content and computer technology. National achievement exams will be an integral component of this course in preparation and review for Nclex. Lecture - 1 hour. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • NURS-4015 Child and Family Health Nursing

    A course focusing on concepts of professional nursing care and implementation of the nursing process with pediatrics and their families. Emphasis of developmental variances, cultural diversity, family dynamics, and pathophysiology of childhood diseases are incorporated throughout the course. Lecture - 3 hours, clinical - 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • NURS-4015C Child and Family Health Nursing Clinical

    child and family health nursing clinicals

  • NURS-4022 Issues and Trends in Nursing

    A theory course which addresses moral, ethical and legal issues within the nursing profession. The student-s transition into professional nursing practice will be addressed, including career planning and the student-s professional role for future practice. Lecture - 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • NURS-4024 Leadership and Management in Nursing

    An introduction to the concepts of leadership and management principles related to nursing practice for preparation for role transition from student to graduate. This course includes a concentrated senior precepted clinical experience (90 hours) in a selected practice area. Lecture - 2 hours; Clinical - 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • NURS-4025 Adult Nursing III

    A course focusing on nursing care of adult patients across the lifespan in the critical care setting who are experiencing complex, multi-system health problems and life-threatening illness or injuries. Emphasis is placed on interdisciplinary collaboration and on psychological, cultural, social, economic, and spiritual concerns of patients and their families. Advanced technology, assessment skills, and collaborative practices are explored. Lecture - 3 hours; Clinical - 2 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • NURS-4033 Nursing Research

    An introduction to the research process and its application to nursing practice. Emphasis on the role of the professional nurse in critiquing and use of nursing research. Critical thinking skills and the research process are applied to the development of a group research project. Lecture 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

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