Nursing Courses

A course listed in the Graduate Catalog does not guarantee it will be taught in a specific semester or academic year.
NURS
555
Pharmacology in Advanced Practice.
2
Principles of pharmacology and drug therapy for advanced practice nurses.
NURS
590
R
Independent Study.
0.5-4
Individualized study.
Prerequisites: 
Instructor's consent.
NURS
600
Nursing Science 1: Evidence Based Practice.
2
Developing skills and knowledge in selecting and synthesizing the best research evidence to provide quality health care.
Prerequisites: 
Concurrent enrollment in Nurs 627.
NURS
601
Nursing Science 2: Translating and Integrating Scholarship and Evidence into Practice.
2
Developing skills and knowledge in systematically appraising and translating the best research and evidence to provide quality health care.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 600
NURS
603
Applied Pharmacology in Advanced Practice.
1
Experience in prescribing and managing drug therapy in patients with a variety of conditions and across the life span.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 555
NURS
605
Organizational and Systems Leadership.
2
Utilize principles of organizational and systems leadership to promote high quality and safe patient care.
NURS
606
Advanced Practice Nursing Theories, Roles, Issues, Ethics, and Interprofessional Collaboration.
3
Professional theories, roles, issues, ethics, and the use of interprofessional collaboration for advanced-practice nurses.
NURS
607
Informatics and Health Care Technologies.
2
Use of patient care and other technologies to deliver, integrate, coordinate, and improve outcomes of care.
NURS
608
Health Care Policy and Finance.
2
Knowledge and skills influencing health care policy; utilizing fiscal accountability to provide quality cost-effective care.
NURS
609
Quality Improvement and Safety.
2
Utilize methods, tools, performance measures, culture of safety principles, and standards to ensure quality improvement and safety of patient care.
NURS
619
Advanced Pathophysiology and Genetics/Genomics.
3
The effects of genetics/genomics, cellular physiology, inflammatory and immune response on disease states.
NURS
621
Advanced Health Assessment Across the Life Span.
3
Development of physical assessment techniques across the life span.
NURS
622
Diagnosis and Management of Adult Common Disorders.
5
Health promotion and disease prevention; diagnosing and managing common psychosocial and physiological alterations in adult patients.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 619 & NURS 621; Concurrent with 624.
NURS
623
Evidence-Based Writing 1: Selecting and Synthesizing.
2
Mentored experience in selecting and synthesizing evidence.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 600 & NURS 601
NURS
624
Clinical Practicum 1.
3
Clinical experience in health promotion and disease prevention; diagnosing and managing adults with common psychosocial and physiological alterations and pediatric and adolescent patients.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 625; Concurrent with 622.
NURS
625
Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric and Adolescent Disorders and Family Health.
3
Health promotion and disease prevention; diagnosing and managing psychosocial and physiological alterations in pediatric and adolescent patients and family health.
NURS
626
Clinical Practicum 2.
2
Clinical experience in health promotion and disease prevention; diagnosing and managing adults with chronic psychosocial and physiological alterations and geriatric patients.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 622 & NURS 624 & NURS 625
NURS
628
Clinical Practicum 3.
2
Clinical experience in health promotion and disease prevention; diagnosing and managing patients with acute psychosocial and physiological alterations.
Prerequisites: 
Nurs 555, 600, 601, 606, 619, 621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 626, 629, 630; concurrent enrollment in Nurs 608, 632.
NURS
629
Advanced Pathophysiology and Diagnostic Reasoning.
2
Pathology underlying complex disease states; physiologic basis for therapy and management.
Prerequisites: 
Nurs 555, 600, 601, 606, 619, 621, 622, 623, 624, 625; concurrent enrollment in Nurs 626, 630, 631.
NURS
630
Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Adult and Geriatric Disorders.
5
Health promotion and disease prevention; diagnosing and managing chronic psychosocial and physiological alterations in adult and geriatric patients.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 622 & NURS 624 & NURS 625
NURS
631
Evidence-Based Writing 2: Critically Appraising and Disseminating Evidence-Based Findings.
1
Mentored experience in critically appraising and disseminating evidence-based findings.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 623
NURS
632
Diagnosis and Management of Acute Disorders Across the Life Span.
4
Health promotion and disease prevention; diagnosing and managing acute psychosocial and physiological alterations across the life span.
Prerequisites: 
NURS 626 & NURS 630
NURS
635
R
Family Nurse Practitioner Internship.
1-8
Internship as a family nurse practitioner.
NURS
698
R
Project.
0.5-6
Master's project.
Prerequisites: 
Committee's consent.
NURS
699
R
Master's Thesis.
0.5-6
Prerequisites: 
Committee's consent.
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