Skip to main content

Course Schedule

NURS 4203 D — Professional Nursing Practice

CRN 82319

3.0 credit hours

This course is for the beginning nursing student. Major concepts, providing a foundation for professional nursing practice which are used throughout the curriculum, are introduced and explored. Emphasis is on the acquisition of basic nursing concepts for the performance of safe and appropriate therapeutic and caring nursing practice for a culturally diverse population. The course framework for professional nursing practice and professional role activities is developed from the current American Nurses’ Association: Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice and the Quality and Safety Education for Nursing (QSEN). The curriculum framework meets the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Accreditation: Essentials of Baccalaureate Nursing Education. Corequisite(s): NURS 4201, NURS 4202, NURS 4204.

Course Details

College Health Professions Instructor Hendrix, Susan
Location Armstrong Course Seats Available Full! (30 / 30)
Instructional Method Technology enhanced Technology is used in delivering instruction to all students in the section, but no class sessions are replaced by technology. Waitlist Available No Waitlist Available
Schedule Type Lecture Material Cost N/A
Semester Fall 2022 University Store Armstrong
Term Minimester II Course Fees N/A

Meeting Times

Dates Days Time Building Room
October 05 - December 08, 2022 Wednesday 01:00 PM - 04:30 PM Ashmore Hall 215