NUR 3330 - Health Informatics
This course is designed to familiarize the undergraduate student with the present and potential impact of information and its systems on the allied health disciplines. Additionally, this course will explore informatics processes, tools, and systems in terms of providing solutions to health care stakeholders in education and practice. An emphasis is placed upon the student's role as a leader and advocate for change in this rapidly emerging field
NUR 3400 - Transition to Professional Nursing
This transition course introduces the associate degree or diploma nurse to Professional Practice. Theoretical foundations, concepts of evidence-based practice and critical thinking are introduced and applied.
NUR 3430 - Nursing Research-RN
This course is designed to provide a foundation for the use of research findings as a basis for nursing practice. The course focuses on nursing research as it relates to the theoretical foundations of the discipline of nursing and the development of a scientific basis for nursing practice. It prepares the learner to understand the language of science and the processes of scholarly inquiry. It also prepares the learner to read, interpret and evaluate selected nursing studies and appropriately determine the clinical (nursing) relevance of study findings and their implications for practice. The primary goals of the course are to explore the impact of research upon the profession of nursing, and to examine the research process as it relates to the practice of nursing.