NURS 310 Introduction to Clinical Nursing
5 credits, Fall
Develops and builds technical and interpersonal expertise as he/she begins to apply the nursing process with individual clients. The nursing process guides the student in providing client-centered care. Based on newly learned foundational and nursing principles, the student learns to synthesize the mastery of psychomotor skills with their ability to care for clients with a focus on wellness, health maintenance, and health promotion. Inpatient settings will be utilized for student clinical experiences as well as simulated clinical situations in the nursing skills lab.
Prerequisite(s): Must meet all progression criteria for third-year status in the nursing major; and a grade of "C" or better in all sciences, BIO 240 and NURS 110 (BIO 329 may be taken concurrently)