NURS232L: Nursing IV

Class Program
Credits 10 Lab Hours 1.5 Class Hours 6
  • Leadership & Management: Emphasis is placed on contemporary issues and management concepts, as well as developing the skills of delegation, conflict management, and leadership. Legal and ethical issues are discussed with a focus on personal accountability and responsibility. Students will demonstrate leadership through presentation of an evidence-based project.
  • Medical Surgical Multisystem: This content focuses on advanced concepts of nursing care as they relate to patients across the lifespan with complex, multisystem alterations in health. Emphasis is placed on implementing time management and organizational skills while advocating and caring for patients with multiple needs. Complex clinical skills, as well as priority setting, and autonomous clinical judgement are integrated throughout the course. Clinical experiences provide the student an opportunity to apply theoretical concepts, implement safe care, and evaluate outcomes of patients in a variety of settings.
  • Maternal, Newborn & Reproductive Health: This content provides a family-centered approach to the care of mothers and newborns. In this course the student will learn about pregnancy, reproductive health, and the promotion of health behaviors during pregnancy delivery and post partum. Clinical experiences provide the student an opportunity to apply theoretical concepts and implement safe care to patients and their families.

NURS132L, NURS142L, NURS222L with a minimum grade of B-, BIOL145L, BIOL 146L, BIOL241L, PSYC125L, PSYC126L with a minimum grade of C