This course focuses on application of nursing science to assist the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) transitioning into the role of the associate degree nurse (ADN). Emphasis in this course is placed on evidenced based clinical decision making and nursing care provided in a family and community context for a variety of health alterations across the lifespan. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to articulate into the ADN program. Sixteen non-traditional credits will be awarded after successful completion of this course.
ADN program admission, MTH 100 or higher, BIO 201 and 202, and ENG 101.