NR 3010 - Introduction to Professional Nursing
Provides an overview of baccalaureate nursing practice and is the precursor course in the baccalaureate nursing curriculum. Explicates the values and philosophy of the Department of Nursing; helps students develop an understanding of issues confronting professional nurses. Emphasizes history, trends, policy issues, and the inter-relatedness of these factors with socio-cultural forces affecting the quality, nature, and delivery of basic nursing care. Winterim. Prerequisite(s): BI 2110, BI 2120, BI 2130, BI 2140, BI 2340, BI 2360, MA 2300, PS 2010, PS 2050, and (BI 3020 or CH 3020 or HE 3220); minimum grade of B- in all prerequisite courses; minimum 2.67 cumulative GPA; Pre-Licensure Nursing majors only.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.