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What “fun fact” can you tell us about Morrisville that is not well known?

“In the nursing lab there is a mannequin that gives birth. Not a lot of students know about that, unless you’re a nursing student and you’re at the end of your program when you have a maternity course. She can give birth to twins! It’s great practice.”

School of Science, Technology and Health Studies

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

Course Description

Multiple Common Complex Probs

This course provides the theoretical foundation for nursing knowledge that supports the holistic care of individuals with multiple complex common health problems across the life span. Students are afforded the opportunity to manage the care of groups of individuals with multiple complex needs in the acute care practice setting. Critical thinking skills are applied to the design, implementation and evaluation of holistic care. Students participate in learning experiences that enhance team building and conflict resolution skills. Students participate in activities that support lifelong learning through the development and evaluation of self-learning needs assessment and learning contracts, and peer review. Transportation fee first 7 weeks only, own transportation required for the last 8 weeks. Prerequisites: NURS 210 (with a C+ or better) , Pre-or Co- Requisites NURS251 Completion of designated standardized tests is necessary for recommendation for licensure. 8 credits (4 lecture hours, 8 clinical laboratory hours), fall or spring semester

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Admissions Requirements

Nursing is a competitive program that requires students to have a strong background in biology, chemistry and math. All applications are reviewed holistically for admission to the college. It is strongly suggested that SAT and/or ACT scores be submitted.

In order to be admitted directly into the Nursing Program, successful applicants must also take the NLN (http://www.nlnonlinetesting.org/ ) and receive a minimum score of 100. Accepted students who do not successfully score 100 or above on the NLN or who otherwise lack prerequisite academic background may be offered admission into Liberal Arts: Math and Science. These students will be advised by a Nursing Faculty member who can suggest coursework appropriate to the area of interest.

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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