Course Descriptions

Applications to this program are no longer being accepted. Refer to the undergraduate course catalog for program information.

NRS 211 - Health Restoration I

(Credits: 7.00)

This course focuses on common, well-defined health problems of clients across the life span. Emphasis is placed on the application of the nursing process to restore the health of clients in structured health care settings. Students who register for this course also must register for clinical NRS 211L in the same term. Prerequisite: NRS 111, NRS 215, BL 202. Corequisite: NRS 213.

NRS 213 - Pharmacology

(Credits: 3.00)

This course addresses concepts of pharmacology as a modality for meeting the health needs of clients across the life span. Prerequisite: NRS 215, BL 202.

NRS 223 - Associate's Degree Nursing Seminar

(Credits: 2.00)

This course explores principles of leadership, management, trends, and issues as they relate to the practice of associate's degree nursing. Corequisite: NRS 321.

NRS 321 - Health Restoration II

(Credits: 8.00 - 8.00)

This course builds on content in Health Restoration I. It continues to explore the nursing role in meeting health restoration needs of clients across the life span. Students who register for this course also must register for clinical NRS 321L for the same term. Prerequisite: NRS 211, NRS 213.