Nursing Education Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Description
NUR1011 Professional Nursing Forum I. (1) Prerequisite: Acceptance and enrollment in the PRCC Associate Degree Nursing program and membership in the Student Nurse Association (SNA). This course provides opportunities to assist the nursing student to gain insight into the various professional roles and responsibilities expected of nurses. Also, this course provides the nursing student with the opportunity to engage in community activities, which is a value at the core of the nursing profession. One lecture hour per week.
NUR1012 Professional Nursing Forum II. (2) Prerequisite: Acceptance and enrollment in the PRCC Associate Degree Nursing program and membership in the Student Nurse Association (SNA). This elective nursing course is a continuation of NUR 1011 Professional Nursing Forum I. Two lecture hours per week.
NUR1101 Nursing Dosages and Solutions. (1) Prerequisite: Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program. Corequisite: NUR 1110. This course includes theoretical and mathematical concepts related to the administration of medications to patients. Content begins with abbreviations, symbols and the systems of measurement used in drug administration. Emphasis is placed on conversions between systems of measurements; calculation of oral, parenteral and intravenous dosages; and interpretation of word problems with application to clinical situation. One lecture hour per week.
NUR1110 Nursing I. (10) Prerequisite: Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program. Corequisites: BIO 2511, BIO 2513, MAT 1313, NUR 1101, PSY 1513. This fundamental course in nursing is based on the biological, psychosocial and cultural aspects necessary to promote wellness of diverse patients, families, and communities. The content is designed to introduce the practice of nursing as an integral component of total health care. The focus of this course is placed on the process of learning; roles of the nurse as provider of care, manger of care, and member within the disciple of nursing; critical thinking; dosage calculations; the nursing p
NUR1210 Nursing II. (10) Prerequisites: BIO 2511, BIO 2513, MAT 1313, NUR 1101, NUR 1110, PSY 1513. Corequisites: BIO 2521, BIO 2523, ENG 1113, EPY 2533. This beginning medical-surgical nursing course focuses on the roles of the nurse, utilization of critical thinking, nursing process, six basic needs, growth and development, and scientific principles from the biological, physical, and psychosocial sciences. While focusing on the process of learning, students plan and provide evidence-based competent care to patients in diverse health care settings. The patient?s position on the wellness-illness continuum is recognized as the student deals with
NUR2012 Professional Nursing Forum III. (2) Prerequisite: Acceptance and enrollment in the PRCC Associate Degree Nursing program and membership in the Student Nurse Association (SNA). This nursing elective course is a continuation of NUR 1012 Professional Nursing Forum II. Two lecture hours per week.
NUR2104 Nursing III. (4) Prerequisites: BIO 2511, BIO 2513, BIO 2521, BIO 2523, ENG 1113, EPY 2533, MAT 1313, NUR 1101, NUR 1110, NUR 1210, NUR 2107 (if applicable), PSY 1513. Corequisites: BIO 2921, BIO 2923, NUR 2115, SPT 1113 or SPT 2163. This course is focused on the theory and practice of women?s health and newborn nursing with emphasis on the nursing process, the six basic needs, and the principles of growth and development through evidence-based competent care. The roles of the nurse as provider of care, manger of care, and member within the discipline of nursing are further developed in this specialty area in diverse health care settings. Nutrition, diagnostic studies, pharmacology, and culture are integrated throughout th
NUR2107 Nursing LPN to ADN Bridge. (7) Prerequisites: BIO 2511, BIO 2513, BIO?2521, BIO 2523, ENG 1113, EPY 2533, MAT 1313, PSY 1513, and admission to the LPN to ADN Bridge Course and the Associate Degree Nursing program. This course enhances the knowledge of the LPN in the practice of evidence-based nursing and focuses on the roles of the nurse as provider of care, manager of care, and member within the discipline of nursing. The student utilizes critical thinking, the nursing process, basic needs, principles of growth and development, and scientific principles from the biological, physical and psychosocial sciences in planning evidence-based competent care for adults. Emphasis is placed on nutrition, pharmaco
NUR2115 Nursing IV. (5) Prerequisites: BIO 2511, BIO 2513, BIO 2521, BIO 2523, ENG 1113, EPY 2533, MAT 1313, NUR 1101, NUR 1110, NUR 1210, NUR 2107 (if applicable), PSY 1513. Corequisites: BIO 2921, BIO 2923, NUR 2104, SPT 1113 or SPT 2163. This course is focused on the theory and practice of pediatric nursing with emphasis on the nursing process, the six basic needs, and the physical and cognitive growth and development of patients through evidence-based competent care. The roles of the nurse as provider of care, manager of care, and member within the discipline of nursing are further developed in this specialty area in diverse health care settings. Nutrition, diagnostic studies, pharmacology and culture are integrated throughou
NUR2203 Nursing V. (3) Prerequisites: BIO 2511, BIO 2513, BIO 2521, BIO 2523, BIO 2921, BIO 2923, ENG 1113, EPY 2533, MAT 1313, NUR 1101, NUR 1110, NUR 1210, NUR 2107 (if applicable), NUR 2104, NUR 2115, PSY 1513, SPT 1113 or SPT 2163. Corequisites: NUR 2209, SO This course is designed to assist the student in the application of nursing knowledge in the care of patients who are experiencing problems meeting the six basic needs as they relate to mental disorders in diverse health care settings. The specific foci of this course are to utilize critical thinking and evidence-based nursing practice throughout the course and to assist the student with care of mentally ill adults and groups of adults in all stages of development as they progress on the wellne
NUR2209 Nursing VI. (9) Prerequisites: BIO 2511, BIO 2513, BIO 2521, BIO 2523,BIO 2921, BIO 2923, ENG 1113, EPY 2533, MAT 1313, NUR 1101, NUR 1110, NUR 1210, NUR 2104, NUR 2107 (if applicable) NUR 2115, PSY 1513, SPT 1113 or SPT 2163. Corequisites: NUR 2203, SOC This course is designed to analyze theory and implement the practice of medical-surgical nursing, as well as assist the student with transition from the student role to registered nurse. This course further builds upon the core concepts of caring, six basic needs, and the nursing process. The specific foci of this course are to utilize advanced concepts of critical thinking and evidence-based nursing practice throughout the course to assist the student with care of adults and groups of adults