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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

NUR 302 - Application of Theory to Nursing Practice II


This laboratory based, skill building course prepares students to provide complex patient-centered care of adults with acute and chronic health problems. Students will develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to meet selected core competencies of safe, high quality, evidence-based patient care. This laboratory course also provides students with the mathematics skills necessary to provide safe patient care. NOTE: This course is intended for students with Jr. standing in the School of Nursing and successful completion with at least a “C” in NUR 201 and NUR 300. Co-requisites for this course are: NUR 301, NUR 306 and NUR 316.

General Education Requirements: Students can satisfy three credits of the General Education Quantitative Literacy requirement by successfully completing NUR 200, NUR 201 and NUR 302

Prerequisites: Permission.

Corequisites: NUR 301, NUR 306 and NUR 316.

Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring

Credits: 1