|COURSE CREDITS||LECTURE HOURS||LAB HOURS|
|(2nd Degree FT Day & Weekend Tracks). |
This course is designed to enable the student to acquire cognitive and psychomotor skills related to basic nursing assistance of the individual. The student will learn to utilize the Nursing Process in the care of individuals experiencing minor deviations from wellness that result in self-care deficits, which necessitate the application of beginning and intermediate nursing skills.
|NUR-153; Admission to the 2nd Degree Program, LPN to BSN Program, or special permission of the Department Head|
|COURSE MATERIALS / REQUIRED TEXT(s)/ SUPPLEMENTARY READINGS|
|See Your Instructor for Book Information|
|ACADEMIC INTEGRITY STANDARDS|
Students are expected to adhere to the
ACM Code of Ethics (http://www.acm.org/constitution/code.html) |
Students are expected to check their NSU-email
accounts regularly for correspondance from the university. Consult the
NSU Student Handbook (pdf)
on NSU's policy regarding student conduct such as attendance,illness, off-campus trips, and grade appeals, etc.
by going to http://www.nsu.edu/studentaffairs/NSU-Navigator.pdf
|SCHOOL WIDE TUTORING SERVICES STATEMENT|
The College of Science, Engineering & Technology (CSET) provides tutoring services through the
STARS Tutoring Center for those NSU
students who may be experiencing difficulties in Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Biology,
Chemistry, Nursing, Technology and Physics courses. The STARS office is located in Suite 100, RTC.
This service is free of charge and provided to NSU students only. You can access information about this service
by visiting their website at http://stars.nsu.edu.|
|AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) STATEMENT|
In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans With
Disabilites Act (ADA) of 1990, if you have a disability or think you have a disability,
we ask that you please contact the Supporting Students through Disability Services (SSDS) office.|
|LOCATION:|| Student Services Center, Room 110D|
|CONTACT PERSON:|| Marian Shepherd - Coordinator SSDS|
|TELEPHONE:|| (757) 823-2014|
|UNIVERSITY ASSESSMENT STATEMENT|
As part of NSU's commitment to provide the environment and resorces needed for sucess, students may be required to
participate in a number of university-wide assessment activities. The activities may include tests, surveys,
focus groups and interviews, and portolio reviews. The primary purpose of the assessment activities is to
determine the extent to which the university's programs and services maintain a high level of quality and meet
the needs of students. Students will not be identified in the analysis of results. Unless indicated otherwise,
by the instructor, results from University assessment activities will not be computed in student grades.
|UNIVERSITY WIDE & COURSE-SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS|
CLASS ATTENDANCE POLICY
A student is expected to attend all classes. The student assumes all responsibility for work missed due
to an absence. Make-up work may be permitted at the discretion of the instructor.
Refer to the NSU Student Handbook
(http://www.nsu.edu/studentaffairs/NSU-Navigator.pdf) for further details.
NSU E-MAIL ACCOUNTS
In an effort to keep students informed about Norfolk State University updates and account information, students
must check their official NSU student email account frequently.
You may access your official NSU email account at
http://www.nsu.edu/webmail/. Follow instructions on the NSU-webmail login page.