Adult Health Nursing I

NUR303

Exploration of the nursing care of adult clients exhibiting more complex health needs, delivered through lecture, discussion, and clinical experiences. Critical-thinking activities interspersed throughout the course as well as a focus on research and evidence-based nursing interventions provide the level of cognitive ability needed to function in the role of a baccalaureate-prepared nurse. 8 Credits (4 Lecture - 12 Lab) Prerequisite(s): CHM100 and NUR211 and NUR212 or CHM108 and NUR211 and NUR212 or CHM111 and NUR211 and NUR212. Corequisite(s): NUR352. Fall Only.