NURS 415 Professional Seminar II

5 credits

Explores the process of empowerment and self-actualization in the nursing profession. During the first segment of the course, the focus is on the nurse as a professional. The second segment examines the context of professional nursing practice, the health care delivery system. The remaining segment provides opportunities to explore professional activism within nursing organizations and state/federal governmental agencies. Restricted to RNBS majors.

Prerequisite(s): NURS 411 Refer to the Course Requirements section of the RN/BS program description

NOTE: Beginning in Summer, 2012, NURS 415 will be revised and offered as a 3-credit course. Students are encouraged to work with their Academic Advisor to make sure that they have the required 30 credits at Stevenson University.