Introduces the role of the professional nurse and the application of the theories of Roy, Maslow and Erickson in providing nursing care; assessment and maintenance of indicators of adaptation of individuals across the life span, including the childbearing and childrearing family within a multi-cultural society; safe performance of basic nursing skills, physical assessment, the nursing process, communication, cultural competency, collaboration, problem solving, critical thinking and nursing judgment to promote adaptation of the physiologic needs of protection, activity and rest, and oxygenation.
Credit Hours: 4.0
Lecture Hours: 2.5
Lab Hours: 2.5 (Clinical Laboratory: 2.0 hours)
Course Fee Required
Admission to the Nursing program