Concepts of Nursing (NUR 106)

This course focuses on those basic concepts which form the foundation of nursing practice, including nursing history, caring, health, wellness-illness, nursing process, communication, teaching-learning, legal-ethical principles of practice, cultural diversity, spirituality, theories of growth and development, and scope of nursing within the health care system. Examination of nursing theories helps introduce the philosophy and conceptual framework of the nursing program. This is a non-clinical course. This course is subject to a course fee.

Prerequisites

The following courses must be taken prior to this course
A composite TEAS score of at least 75% within 5 years and placement into BIO 131 OR a composite TEAS score of at least 60% within 5 years and BIO 131 Human Anatomy and Physiology I with a minimum grade of "B" within 5 years or BIO 140 Microbiology and Immunology with a minimum grade of "B" within 5 years.

Corequisites

The following courses must be taken along side this course
BIO 131 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I and BIO 140 - Microbiology and Immunology. May be taken prior or during course.
MAT 106 - Math Applications. May be taken prior or during course.
Term Location Sections Available
2019 Spring Semester - 15 Week Sections
Central Campus (Blue Bell)
2019 Spring Semester - 15 Week Sections
West Campus (Pottstown)