Senior Nursing Seminar.
Two semester hours, laboratory only (6 contact hours). (SP)
This laboratory/seminar course provides an in-depth diagnosis of mastery level and provides reinforcement of all curricular content in baccalaureate nursing knowledge and skills. Critical decision-making is used to apply the nursing process to plan and evaluate culture-specific care for individuals, patients, families, populations and groups across the life-span experiencing alterations in physical and psychosocial health. Computer-assisted instruction and standardized testing are used to evaluate student readiness for professional licensure and practice. Upon completion of other course requirements, a nationally recognized standardized readiness evaluation instrument is employed to assess readiness to sit for examination or need for remediation. Prerequisites: Successful completion of NURS 4263, NURS 4522 and NURS 4665.
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