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NURS 215 - Systems and Processes in Nursing

Provides an introduction to the scientific and theoretical bases of nursing practice. Psychological, physiological, developmental, sociocultural, spiritual and ethical dimensions of the client system are incorporated into the nursing process. Laboratory experiences provide opportunity to develop beginning skills in nursing care of the individual client system. Prerequisite: admission to the major, BIOL 221 and 222, CHEM 109 Concurrent: BIOL 239, BIOL 240 Fees: Lab - $150, Organizational - $35, Testing - $150

NURS 215 - Systems and Processes in Nursing - Details

Prerequisite
BIOL 221, BIOL 222, CHEM 109, Declared Major
Credits
4
Offered:
Fall