Professional Challenges & Issues


Course Overview

Course Code: NURS-216

Department: Nursing

Credit Hours: 2.00

Textbook Information: Bookstore website

This course is designed to assist with the transition from the student to the professional nurse. Career opportunities in various health fields are explored. Information about job seeking skills and career growth is included. Current health care trends as related to nursing are also discussed. This is the final course in the Associate Degree Nursing Program and is taken after all other courses or concurrently with the final Nursing Care of the Adult and Child class. (Offered each eight weeks) Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in all first, second, and third semester nursing courses, BIOL 121, BIOL122, BIOL 215, PSYH100, concurrent enrollment in with the final Nursing Care of the Adult and Child class, or Consent of Associate Dean of Nursing and Health Sciences

Course Schedule

Filters:

Term: Fall 2022

Section Name: NURS-216-HY77D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 19

Faculty Name: L. Ring

Min Credits: 2.00

Comments:

Term: Fall 2022 (Late Starting)

Section Name: NURS-216-HY88D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 23

Faculty Name: L. Ring

Min Credits: 2.00

Comments:

Term: Spring 2023

Section Name: NURS-216-HY77D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 28

Faculty Name: L. Ring

Min Credits: 2.00

Comments:

Term: Spring 2023 (Late Starting)

Section Name: NURS-216-HY88D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 4

Faculty Name: L. Ring

Min Credits: 2.00

Comments:

Random Photo of a Pretty Building

We can help you take the first step