PNR - Practical Nursing

PNR 110 Fundamentals of Nursing (5)

This course provides an introduction to basic principles and beginning skills necessary to the nursing process. Concepts are integrated relating to physiological and psychosocial needs of the individual. Legal and ethical roles of the practical nurse are emphasized.

PNR 120 Medical/Surgical Nursing I (5)

This course is a beginning study utilizing the nursing process. Concepts include physiological, psychosocial, nutritional, and health and safety needs of the adult. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes.

PNR 121 Fundamentals of Pharmacology (2)

This course is an introduction to basic concepts of pharmacology. Dosage calculations, medication administration, and common drug classifications are among the concepts explored.

PNR 130 Medical/Surgical Nursing II (5)

This course is a continuation of the study of the nursing process. Concepts include the physiological, psychosocial, nutritional and health and safety needs of the adult. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes.

PNR 140 Medical/Surgical Nursing III (5)

This course is a continuation of the study of the nursing process. Concepts include physiological, psychosocial, nutritional, and health and safety needs of the adult. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes.

PNR 154 Maternal/Infant/Child Nursing (5)

This course is a study utilizing the nursing process to meet the needs of the childbearing family. Clinical experiences address the care of the mother, newborn, and the care of the child with commonly occurring diseases.

PNR 183 Special Topics in Prac Nursing (3)

This course covers special topics in practical nursing.