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NUR 100 - Introduction to Nursing

Description: This course is designed to acquaint the student who enters the nursing program at an advanced level with the philosophy and conceptual framework of Associate degree nursing. It will also introduce the role of the professional nurse and the problem-solving process as it relates to formulating a nursing diagnosis. Open to advanced standing and articulation students or by permission of the Chairperson. This course is part of the required Nursing curriculum for students receiving advanced standing in the required nursing courses. 1 Credit. SUNY GEN ED-n/a; NCC GEN ED-n/a Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 1
Department: Nursing

NUR 101 - Fundamentals of Nursing

Description: Pre or Concurrent Requisites: AHS 131, ENG 100 or ENG 101, PSY 203. This introductory course is planned to provide students with content fundamental to nursing practice and to nursing as a profession. It is designed to lay the foundation for all subsequent courses. The commonalities of nursing care are emphasized. The nursing process and the core competencies, as critical thinking tools, are utilized to provide direct patient care. The student is introduced to the concept of Evidence -based practice and educational and practical technologies used in health care settings. Experiences are provided in both on-campus laboratory, clinical settings and Service Learning Activities. This course will consist of 3 hours of Lecture and 12 Clinical hours/week - 6 hours hospital based and 6 hours laboratory based. Credit Hours: 7=3 credits lecture; 4 credits clinical. Laboratory fee applies. SUNY GEN ED-n/a; NCC GEN ED-n/a Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 7
Department: Nursing

NUR 105 - Comprehensive Nursing Care I

Prerequisites: NUR 101 or equivalent, AHS 131, ENG 100 or ENG 101, PSY 203

Description: Concurrent Requisites: AHS 132, MAT 102 This course is designed to further develop the student’s skill in utilizing the nursing process and core competencies as critical thinking tools for identifying health problems and providing comprehensive patient care in the medical-surgical setting. The student will integrate theory and skills learned and will be introduced to nursing care of patients in the psychiatric settings. The student continues to develop the concept of Evidence-based practice along with developing the skills necessary to use Educational and Practical technologies found in health care settings. Experiences are planned in on-campus laboratory and in acute, sub-acute care settings and Service Learning Activities. This course will consist of 4 hours of Lecture, 13 Clinical hours/week – 8.5 hours hospital based, 4.5 hours laboratory based. Credit Hours: 8 – 4 credits lecture; 4 credits clinical. Laboratory fee applies. SUNY GEN ED-n/a; NCC GEN ED-n/a Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 8
Department: Nursing

NUR 203 - Comprehensive Nursing Care II

Prerequisites: NUR 105 with a C+ or better grade, AHS 131, AHS 132, ENG 100 or ENG 101, MAT 102, PSY 203.

Description: Pre or Concurrent Requisites: AHS 202, PSY 216. This course is concerned with the student's continued growth of knowledge in identifying health problems across the life span. Use of the nursing process and core competencies as critical thinking tools is applied to more complex patient situations. The student will integrate theory and skills learned in previous semesters to provide nursing care to pediatric populations. Sociocultural theory related to the family and community as well as group processes are explored. Evidence -based practice is emphasized in planning nursing care for individuals and groups of patients. Educational and practical technological skills are enhanced in the on-campus laboratory and in the clinical agencies. Experiences are provided in the on-campus laboratory and a variety of pediatric and medical/surgical care, community settings and Service Learning Activities. This course will consist of 4 hours of Lecture, 13 Clinical hours/week - 8.5 hours hospital based, 4.5 hours laboratory based. Credit Hours: 8= 4 credits lecture; 4 credits clinical. Laboratory fee applies. SUNY GEN ED-n/a; NCC GEN ED-n/a Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 8
Department: Nursing

NUR 204 - Comprehensive Nursing Care III

Prerequisites: NUR 105, NUR 203, AHS 131, AHS 132, AHS 202, ENG 100 or ENG 101, MAT 102, PSY 203, PSY 216.

Description: Concurrent Requisites: PHI 110 and two approved 3 credit Elective courses; taking one course in two different categories listed: Western Civilization, Other World Civilizations, American History, Foreign Language, The Arts. This course provides the student with theory related to patient responses to complex health problems throughout the life span. Opportunity is provided for increasing skill in establishing nursing priorities and in utilizing the nursing process and the core competencies as critical thinking tools to provide nursing care for groups of patients. There are increased opportunities for patient teaching, discharge planning, and working collaboratively as a member of the interdisciplinary health care team. Current trends and issues in nursing practice and education are examined and the need for academic progression is emphasized. Experiences are provided in medicine, surgery, obstetrics in a variety of clinical settings and Service Learning Activities. This course will consist of 4 hours of Lecture, 13 Clinical hours/week - 8.5 hours hospital based, 4.5 hours laboratory based. Credit Hours: 8 - 4 credits lecture; 4 credits clinical. Laboratory fee applies. SUNY GEN ED-n/a; NCC GEN ED-n/a Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 8
Department: Nursing

NUR 295 - Independent Study-Nursing

Description: SUNY GEN ED-n/a; NCC GEN ED-n/a. Formerly 699. Students who have completed NUR 699 will not receive credit for NUR 295.

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Nursing