NUR 211 : Advanced Nursing Concepts

This course provides opportunities for students to integrate advance nursing care concepts within a family and community context. Content includens but is not limited to manager of care for advanced concepts in safety, fluid/electrolyte balance, cellular regulation, gas exchange, psychosocial well-being, growth and development, perfusion, and medical emergencies. 200 level courses are only for those students admitted to the ADN Program.

Prerequisites

Successful completion of first,second ,and third, term of the ADN program (For Healthcare Transition Students: Successful completion of NUR 209 as required per track)

Corequisites

Overview

Availability of this course is dependent upon sufficient demand. See master schedule of classes or advisor for further information.

Program

Credits

7

Lecture Credits

4

Lab Credits

0