NUR 102: Fundamentals of Nursing
In this course, students are introduced to nursing and the WCC nursing program. Foundational principles are explored for providing a safe and effective care environment, promoting health, maintaining psychosocial integrity and promoting physiological integrity. The nursing process and core components will be introduced as organizing frameworks for the nursing program. This course creates a foundation of evidenced-based nursing knowledge for the medical-surgical nursing courses and builds on knowledge gained in prerequisite courses. This course contains material previously taught in NUR 100.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; Admission to Registered Nursing (APNURS) or Nursing Transfer program (APNURE); BIO 147 or BIO 237 minimum grade "C" (APNURS students); BIO 237 minimum grade "B" (APNURE students); BIO 212 and ENG 111; MTH 160 or MTH 167; COM 101 or COM 102 or COM 200; minimum grade "C" for BIO 212, COM, ENG and MTH courses
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