NUR 2202 - Nursing IV

This course focuses on complex alterations in basic needs which have a severe impact on other basic needs and growth and development of a person across the lifespan cycle. The activities of the nursing process are utilized to promote and maintain wellness, restore optimal health, or support the person through the dying process. This course continues to emphasize transition from the role of student to associate degree nurse. Learning experiences in various health care settings are correlated with classroom and nursing laboratory instruction. Upon satisfactory completion of this course and all other required courses, the graduate is eligible to take the NCLEX-RN. Upon successfully passing the NCLEX-RN, the graduate may apply for Registered Nurse Licensure. PREREQUISITES: NUR 1201 Nursing I, NUR 1202 Nursing II or LPN admitted to the nursing program, NUR 2201 Nursing III, LSC 2111 Human Anatomy & Physiology I, PSY 1101 General Psychology I, LSC 2112 Human Anatomy & Physiology II, PSY 2109 Human Growth & Development, ENG 1111 Composition I, LSC 2110 General Microbiology, SOC 2101 Principles of Sociology, current CPR Certification.

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