NURS 360 Medical/Surgical Nursing I

Explores nursing care as it is provided to adults in both inpatient and outpatient environments; the focus of care is on the individual with medical and surgical problems. Knowledge of pathophysiology, pharmacology, and the application of evidenced-based nursing research are incorporated into the planning and implementation of nursing care. Written assignments, classroom interactions, and clinical experiences allow the student to develop meaningful ways to provide care using in-depth critical thinking and planning skills. Clinical included (90 hours). Fee: $35


4 credits


Must meet all progression criteria for third-year status in the nursing major as outlined in the University catalog including a grade of C or better in NURS 310, NURS 311, NURS 317, and NURS 330



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