NUR 232 Nursing III*

In this third-semester course in the nursing program, the focus is on the problems and the physical and psychosocial health needs of acutely-ill adult clients. Topics include the framework for effective communication and the nursing process with emphasis on intervention and evaluation. A clinical setting helps students develop competence in discharge planning, community nursing, and leadership. Students utilize knowledge of new developments in health care to adapt to changes in the field and to be proactive in the nursing profession. 

6 hours lecture, 12 hours laboratory.





NUR 123 and NUR 124 (both with a grade of B or better), NUR 130 (for LPN to RN advanced placement pathway students); PSY 240 (Corequisite for LPN to RN pathway students.