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The Nursing Program Learning Outcome is: "the nursing graduate has completed the Registered Nursing Program and is able to function knowledgeably, safely, and effectively in nursing practice within a variety of health care settings and will be qualified for the licensing examination."

Nursing-Registered 106A Health Sciences Skills Laboratory - First Semester
Unit (s): 0.5
Class hours: 24 Laboratory Total
Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Registered Nursing Program, any N.C.E. courses, or RN re-entry.
Supervised use with supplemental learning assistance of skills lab to assist the student in development of clinical competency of nursing fundamentals and mastery of fundamental psychomotor skills content addressed in courses NRN 161, NRN 161L, NRN 163, NRN 163L. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. Open Entry/Open Exit. CSU
Nursing-Registered 106B Health Sciences Skills Laboratory - Second Semester
Unit (s): 0.5
Class hours: 24 Laboratory Total
Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Registered Nursing Program, any N.C.E. courses, or RN re-entry.
Supervised use with supplemental learning assistance of skills lab to assist the student in development of clinical competency of nursing concepts pertaining to maternal-child health and mastery of psychomotor skills related to maternal-child biological and psychosocial needs addressed in courses NRN 164, NRN 164L, NRN 165, NRN 165L. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. Open Entry/Open Exit. CSU
 
Nursing-Registered 106C Health Sciences Skills Laboratory - First Year Refresher
Unit (s): 0.5
Class hours: 24 Laboratory Total
Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Registered Nursing Program, any N.C.E. courses, or RN re-entry.
Supervised use with supplemental learning assistance of skills lab to assist the re-entry student or EMT student in the expansion of clinical competency of principles of nursing and mastery of basic to intermediate psychomotor skills content addressed in courses NRN 161, NRN 161L, NRN 163, NRN 163L, NRN 164, NRN 164L, EMT 101 or EMT 105. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. Open Entry/Open Exit. CSU
 
Nursing-Registered 160 Introduction to Pharmacology
Unit (s): 1.0
Class hours: 16 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Biology 239 and Biology 249 and Biology 139 or 229 and English 101 or English 101H with a minimum grade of C. 
This course introduces the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behavior, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to identify safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU
Nursing-Registered 161 Principles of Nursing Practice
Unit (s): 2.0
Class hours: 32 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Biology 239 and Biology 249 and Biology 139 or 229 and English 101 or English 101H with a minimum grade of C. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 161L.
 
This course introduces the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: elimination, metabolism, oxygenation, tissue integrity, comfort, emergencies, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, healthcare system, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to identify safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU 
Nursing-Registered 161L Principles of Nursing Practice Lab
Unit (s): 2.5
Class hours: 120 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Biology 239 and Biology 249 and Biology 139 or 229 and English 101 or English 101H with a minimum grade of C. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 161.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 161 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: elimination, metabolism, oxygenation, tissue integrity, comfort, emergencies, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, healthcare system, ethics, and clinical competency. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. CSU
Nursing-Registered 162 Pharmacological Concepts
Unit (s): 1.5
Class hours: 24 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 160 and Nursing-Registered 161 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 161L with a minimum grade of P.
 
This course further develops the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, central nervous system, cellular regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, reproduction, inflammation, infection, mobility, comfort, stress and coping, mood & affect, cognition, safety & infection control, communication, professional behavior, clinical reasoning/judgment, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to identify safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU 
Nursing-Registered 163 Simple Concepts
Unit (s): 1.5
Class hours: 18 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 160 and Nursing-Registered 161 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 161L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 163L.
 
This course further develops the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: fluid and electrolyte balance, elimination, metabolism, perfusion, inflammation, tissue integrity, infection, mobility, comfort, cognition, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to explain safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU 
Nursing-Registered 163L Simple Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 2.5
Class hours: 120 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 160 and Nursing-Registered 161 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 161L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 163.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 163 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: fluid and electrolyte balance, elimination, metabolism, perfusion, inflammation, tissue integrity, infection, mobility, comfort, cognition, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, ethics, and clinical competency. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. CSU 
 
Nursing-Registered 164 Family Health Concepts
Unit (s): 2.0
Class hours: 32 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 162 and Nursing-Registered 163 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 163L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 164L.
 
This course further describes the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: physical growth and development, psychosocial development, cognitive development, metabolism, cellular regulation, perfusion, reproduction, infection, comfort, emergencies, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to interpret safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU
Nursing-Registered 164L Family Health Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 2.0
Class hours: 96 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 162 and Nursing-Registered 163 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 163L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 164.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 164 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: physical growth and development, psychosocial development, cognitive development, metabolism, cellular regulation, perfusion, reproduction, infection, comfort, emergencies, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, ethics, and clinical competencies. Upon completion, students should be able to employ safe nursing care incorporation the concepts identified in this course. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. CSU
Nursing-Registered 165 Health Illness Concepts
Unit (s): 2.5
Class hours: 40 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 164 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 164L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 165L.
 
This course relates the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: psychosocial development, cognitive development, metabolism, cellular regulation, oxygenation, inflammation, infection, comfort, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to differentiate safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU
Nursing-Registered 165L Health Illness Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 2.5
Class hours: 120 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 164 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 164L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 165.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 165 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: psychosocial development, cognitive development, metabolism, cellular regulation, oxygenation, inflammation, infection, comfort, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, ethics, and clinical competencies. Upon completion, students should be able to differentiate safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. CSU 
Nursing-Registered 170 Pharmacological Concepts of Nursing
Unit (s): 2.5
Class hours: 45 Lecurture total.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Nursing Program.
 
This pharmacology course introduces the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing.  Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain related to pharmacology including: fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, central nervous system, cellular regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, reproduction, inflammation, infection, mobility, comfort, stress and coping, mood & affect, cognition, safety & infection control, communication, professional behavior, diversity, health promotion, healthcare systems, clinical reasoning/judgment, and ethics. Further emphasis is placed on dosage calculations, drug classifications, and application of the nursing process to drug administration. Upon completion, students should be able to identify safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course.
Nursing-Registered 171 Principles of Nursing Practice and Simple Concepts
Unit (s): 5.0
Class hours: 90 Lecurture total.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Nursing Program.
 
This course introduces and develops the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: elimination, metabolism, fluid and electrolyte balance, perfusion, inflammation, infection, mobility, cognition, oxygenation, tissue integrity, comfort, emergencies, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, healthcare system, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to identify and explain safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course.
Nursing-Registered 171L Principles of Nursing Practice and Simple Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 5.0
Class hours: 270 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Nursing Program.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 171 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: elimination, metabolism, fluid and electrolyte balance, perfusion, inflammation, infection, mobility, cognition, oxygenation, tissue integrity, comfort, emergencies, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, healthcare system, ethics, and clinical competency.
Nursing-Registered 172 Family Health and Illness Concepts
Unit (s): 4.5
Class hours: 80 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 170 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 171 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 171L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 172L.
 
This course describes and relates the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including:physical growth and development, psychosocial development, cognitive development, metabolism, cellular regulation, perfusion, reproduction, infection, comfort, emergencies, oxygenation, inflammation, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to differentiate safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this Family Health and Illness Concepts course.
Nursing-Registered 172L Family Health and Illness Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 4.5
Class hours: 243 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 170 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 171 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 171L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Registered 172.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 172 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: physical growth and development, psychosocial development, cognitive development, metabolism, cellular regulation, perfusion, reproduction, infection, comfort, emergencies, oxygenation, inflammation, safety and infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to differentiate safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this Family Health and Illness Concepts Lab.
Nursing-Registered 200 Role Transition
Unit (s): 2.0
Class hours: 32 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Nursing Program.
 
Bridge course for LVN or transfer student with an emphasis on RN role development. Application of the nursing process within the Santa Ana Conceptual Framework. Review of test-taking strategies, medication calculations, fluid balance and skills testing. Open to all nursing students; required of advanced placement. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. CSU
Nursing-Registered 206A Health Sciences Skills Laboratory - Third Semester
Unit (s): 0.5
Class hours: 24 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Registered Nursing Program, any N.C.E. courses, or RN re-entry.
 
Supervised use with supplemental learning assistance of skills lab to assist the student in development of clinical competency of mental health nursing and mastery of psychomotor skills content addressed in courses NRN 261, NRN 261L, NRN 262, and NRN 262L. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. Open Entry/Open Exit. CSU
Nursing-Registered 206B Health Sciences Skills Laboratory - Fourth Semester
Unit (s): 0.5
Class hours: 24 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Registered Nursing Program, any N.C.E. courses, or RN re-entry.
 
Supervised use with supplemental learning assistance of skills lab to assist the student in development of clinical competency of advanced medical/surgical nursing concepts and mastery of advanced medical/surgical psychomotor skills content addressed in courses NRN 263, NRN 263L and NRN 264L.  Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. Open Entry/Open Exit. CSU
Nursing-Registered 206C Health Sciences Skills Laboratory - Second Year Transition
Unit (s): 0.5
Class hours: 24 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Registered Nursing Program, any N.C.E. courses, or RN re-entry.
 
Supervised use with supplemental learning assistance of skills lab to assist the RN refresher, advanced placed nursing student, or EMT student in the development and maintenance of clinical competency of nursing theoretical knowledge and mastery of advanced psychomotor skills content necessary for the transition into clinical practice as addressed in courses NRN 261, NRN 261L, NRN 262, NRN 262L, NRN 263, NRN 263L, and NRN 264L, EMT 101, or EMT 105. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. Open Entry/Open Exit. CSU
Nursing-Registered 261 Mental Health Concepts
Unit (s): 1.5
Class hours: 24 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 165 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 165L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 261L.
 
This course examines the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: metabolism, emergencies, stress & coping, mood & affect, cognition, addictive behavior, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU
Nursing-Registered 261L Mental Health Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 1.5
Class hours: 72 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 165 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 165L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 261.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 261 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: metabolism, emergencies, stress & coping, mood & affect, cognition, addictive behavior, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, ethics and clinical competency. Upon completion, students should be able to utilize safe nursing care incorporating the concepts identified in this course. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. CSU 
Nursing-Registered 262 Acute Concepts
Unit (s): 3.0
Class hours: 48 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 261 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 261L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 262L.
 
This course correlates the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: metabolism, central nervous system regulation, cellular regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, inflammation, infection, mobility, comfort, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU
Nursing-Registered 262L Acute Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 3.0
Class hours: 144 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 261 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 261L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 262.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: metabolism, central nervous system regulation, cellular regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, inflammation, infection, mobility, comfort, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, ethics, and clinical competency. Upon completion, students should be able to validate safe nursing care incorporating the concepts identified in this course. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. CSU
Nursing-Registered 263 Complex Concepts
Unit (s): 3.5
Class hours: 56 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 262 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 262L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 263L.
 
This course formulates the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, central nervous system regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, tissue integrity, infection, mobility, comfort, emergencies, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behavior, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to synthesize safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU
Nursing-Registered 263L Complex Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 2.5
Class hours: 120 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 262 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 262L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 263.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 263 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, central nervous system regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, tissue integrity, infection, mobility, comfort, emergencies, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, ethics, and clinical competency. Upon completion, students should be able to synthesize safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course. CSU
Nursing-Registered 264L Preceptorship Lab
Unit (s): 2.5
Class hours: 120 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 263 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 263L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 263.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on developing leadership skills including time management, prioritization, and delegation in an independent clinical environment precepted by an experienced registered nurse. Upon completion, students should be able to manage safe nursing care incorporating the concepts identified and discussed in the nursing curriculum. Grade: Pass/No Pass Only. CSU
Nursing-Registered 271 Mental Health and Acute Concepts
Unit (s): 4.5
Class hours: 81 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 172 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 172L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 271L.
 
This course examines the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: metabolism, emergencies, stress & coping, mood & affect, cognition, addictive behavior, central nervous system regulation, cellular regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, inflammation, infection, mobility, comfort, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course.
Nursing-Registered 271L Mental Health and Acute Concepts Lab
Unit (s): 4.5
Class hours: 243 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 172 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 172L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 271.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 271 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: metabolism, emergencies, stress & coping, mood & affect, cognition, addictive behavior, central nervous system regulation, cellular regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, inflammation, infection, mobility, comfort, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, ethics and clinical competency. 
Nursing-Registered 272 Complex Concepts
Unit (s): 3.5
Class hours: 63 Lecture total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 271 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 271L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 272L.
 
This course formulates the concepts within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, central nervous system regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, tissue integrity, infection, mobility, comfort,  emergencies, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behavior, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, and ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to synthesize safe nursing care incorporating the concepts discussed in this course.
Nursing-Registered 272L Complex Concepts and Preceptorship Lab
Unit (s): 5.0
Class hours: 270 Laboratory total.
Prerequisite: Nursing-Registered 271 with a minimum grade of C, and Nursing-Registered 271L with a minimum grade of P. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing-Registered 272.
 
This clinical course applies the concepts of NRN 272 within the four domains of Person, Health and Illness, Environment, and Nursing. Emphasis is placed on the concepts within each domain including: fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, central nervous system regulation, oxygenation, perfusion, tissue integrity, infection, mobility, comfort,  emergencies, safety & infection control, diversity, health promotion, communication, professional behaviors, clinical reasoning/judgment, health care system, ethics, and clinical competency. Additional emphasis is placed on developing leadership skills including time management, prioritization, and delegation in an independent clinical environment precepted by an experienced registered nurse. Upon completion, students should be able to manage safe nursing care incorporating the concepts identified and discussed in the nursing curriculum. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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