NUR 306 - Care of Adults II Clinical
This course expands the student’s understanding of the professional nursing role through the direct care of adults with acute and chronic health problems in a variety of clinical settings. Students continue to use knowledge, skills and attitudes gained from the sciences, humanities, and previous and concurrent nursing courses to provide high quality care that is based on standards of practice and current evidence. Students apply theoretical knowledge, clinical reasoning and complex nursing skills when implementing safe patient care (six clinical hours per week).
Note: This course is intended for Nursing majors who have a minimum grade of C in NUR 200, NUR 201, NUR 202, NUR 300 and NUR 303.
Corequisites: NUR 301, NUR 302, NUR 316, and NUR 415.
Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring