NUR 430 Overview
This course provides the baccalaureate nursing student with the opportunity to demonstrate professional nursing roles through evaluation of evidence-based nursing practice, incorporation of change theory, and application of clinical and theoretical learning from previous nursing courses. Collaboration is promoted in planned clinical learning activities that stimulate professional communication and critical thinking to address a current issue/problem. Prerequisite: RN to BSN: SEM 103, NUR 300, NUR 310, NUR 405, NUR 406, NUR 414, NUR 420, NUR 424, RN license in state of physical residence or otherwise granted permission by the Dean or designee.
- 4.00 Credits