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School of Science, Technology and Health Studies

Dean: Joseph H. Bularzik
Phone: (315) 684-6079
Email: bularzjh@morrisville.edu

Course Description

Care - Complex Health Problems

This course provides the theoretical foundation for nursing knowledge that supports the care of individuals across the life span with common complex health problems and of families in a variety of practice settings including acute care, obstetric, and community health agencies. Students apply critical thinking skills to design, implement and evaluate nursing care with a particular focus on patient education to individuals and families. Therapeutic communication skills are enhanced through a variety of interactive learning strategies. Technology is applied to the research process as well as the delivery of care. Transportation fee Prerequisite: NURS150 (with a C+ or better) Pre or Co-Requisites: NUTR 108 and BIOL 235 9 credits (4 lecture hours, 10 clinical laboratory hours per week), fall or spring semester

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Admissions Requirements

Students wishing to enter this program must meet the following requirements:
The student entering the Nursing A.A.S. program from high school must have a minimum high school average of B or better, biology, chemistry, and New York state Math A, all with a minimum Regents score of 65. It is beneficial for students to have completed an additional year of both science and mathematics. 

The NLN pre-admission exam is required. A minimum composite score of a 100 is required for admission into the nursing program. 

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