Instructors: Bagniewski, LaHann, George, McLaughlin and Thompson Also see Business Technology for the Associate of Applied Science degree. The Practical Nursing Program provides classroom, laboratory, and student nurse practicum instruction which prepare graduates for entry into the nursing profession.
The graduates are prepared to take the State Board examination for Practical Nurses. Successful completion of the exam results in licensure as a Practical Nurse.
The following courses are required for a certificate:
PNUR 100 Academic Skill Development 1-8 cr PNUR 110 Basic Foundations of Nursing 4 cr PNUR 111 Anatomy and Physiology for Practical Nurse 3 cr PNUR 112 Geriatric Nursing 3 cr PNUR 113 Medical Terminology 3 cr PNUR 114 Clinical Foundations of Nursing 2 cr PNUR 115 Growth and Development 2 cr PNUR 116 Mental Health Nursing 2 cr PNUR 120 Medical/Surgical Nursing Theory 4 cr PNUR 121 Clinical Foundations of Nursing II 4 cr PNUR 122 Nursing of Children 3 cr PNUR 123 Drug Therapy for the Practical Nurse 3 cr PNUR 124 Nutrition and Diet Therapy for the Practical Nurse 2 cr PNUR 125 Maternal Nursing 2 cr PNUR 130 Advanced Medical/Surgical Nursing Theory 3 cr PNUR 131 Clinical Foundations of Nursing III 5 cr PNUR 132 Newborn Nursing 2 cr PNUR 199 Special Topics 1-8 cr TOTAL: 49-63 cr