Nursing - Upper Level (NURS-UL)

Courses

NURS-UL 3333. PROMOTING HEALTHY LIFESTYLES. 3 Hours.

Focus on health promotion and disease prevention strategies that promote healthy lifestyles and empower individuals, families, and populations to achieve optimal health and wellness. The role of the nurse in health promotion is emphasized. Students will examine the impact of nurses' overall wellness on patient safety. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the upper division nursing program.

NURS-UL 3352. THE LEGACY OF THE FAMILY. 3 Hours.

Explore and enhance understanding and application of the principles of family science knowledge in therapeutic relationships with families across the lifespan.

NURS-UL 3365. PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING PRACTICE. 3 Hours.

Introduction to current concepts of pharmacology and their relationship to nursing practice. Included are basic principles of drug actions, side effects for major drug classifications, and the role of the nurse in drug therapeutics. Must be taken no more than three years prior to acceptance into the nursing program. Prerequisite: BIOL 2457, BIOL 2458, CHEM 1451.

NURS-UL 3366. PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC PROCESSES: IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING. 3 Hours.

Pathophysiologic alterations, their interactions, and effects on persons across the life span as a basis for therapeutic nursing interventions. Must be taken no more than three years prior to acceptance into the nursing program. Prerequisite: BIOL 2457, BIOL 2458, CHEM 1451.

NURS-UL 3632. CLINICAL NURSING FOUNDATIONS. 6 Hours.

Basic therapeutic nursing interventions with individuals and families in diverse settings using nursing process framework. Prerequisite: or Corequisite: NURS 3320.