Introduction to Concepts of Nursing (NUR 108)

This course introduces the student to concepts of nursing providing the foundation for professional nursing practice and the framework for the nursing program. The concepts of nursing reflect safe, client-centered care, which are met through teamwork and collaboration among health care disciplines. Emphasis is placed on understanding the concepts of nursing applied to professional nursing practice. 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
Final High School transcript with graduation date or equivalent on file at the College.
OPTION 1: TEAS Reading Comprehension score of 75% or higher, TEAS Total Composite score of 75% or higher, AND placement into or completion of BIO 131 - Anatomy and Physiology I with a minimum grade of C, with ALL requirements completed within 5 years; or OPTION 2: TEAS Reading Comprehension score of 75% or higher, TEAS Total Composite score of 65% to 74%, AND BIO 131 - Anatomy and Physiology I or BIO 132 - Anatomy and Physiology II or BIO 140 - Microbiology with a minimum grade of B, with ALL requirements completed within 5 years.

Corequisites

The following courses must be taken along side this course
BIO 131 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I. May be taken prior or during course.
BIO 140 - Microbiology and Immunology. May be taken prior or during course.
MAT 106 - Math Applications. May be taken prior or during course.
PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology. May be taken prior or during course.
Term Location Sections Available
2022 Spring Semester - 15 Week Sections
Blue Bell