NUR 101 Fundamentals of Nursing

This course focuses on basic human needs. It emphasizes the care of persons threatened by simple homeostatic deviances that interfere with basic human needs. Students are introduced to the nursing process as they develop basic nursing skills in the college and clinical laboratories. Day, evening, and weekend hours are used for clinical teaching. Students must receive a C (74) or better to continue in the program. Prerequisites: CSS 101, ENG 101, PSY 101, BIO 233, all with a grade of B- or better; Co-requisite: NUR 100. Four class hours and twelve practice hours a week in hospitals and health agencies. Instructional Support Fee applies. 8 credits Fall, Day/eHealth option

8 credits
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