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NURS 3001 Fundamentals of Nursing

This course introduces students to concepts and principles for the practice of baccalaureate degree nursing. The application of critical thinking, the nursing process, legal and ethical considerations for nursing practice, professional standards and communication skills for the purpose of health promotion and restoration are emphasized. Psychomotor skills are introduced and practiced in a campus lab setting, and then with clients in the health care setting. The ability to integrate caring behaviors in the performance of nursing care is an important component to providing basic nursing care in a safe and effective manner.


7 credits

Lecture Hours


Lab Hours



PL-BSN Admission to the Pre-Licensure BSN Program


NURS 3001L