NURS 136. Theoretical Foundations for Management. Each student spends 45 hours per unit. Emphasis is placed on health promotion and disease management across the adult life span. Examines issues of health policy, financing, and the organization and delivery of health services at the local, national, and global levels. Designed to meet Board of Registered Nursing requirements for prescriptive privileges. NURS 129. 3 Units. Advanced Physical Assessment: Infant, Child, Adolescent. NURS 171B. The school's BSN and MSN programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Lecture and clinical hours. This course provides an overview of nursing research and application to practice. Introduction to the nature and possible meanings of higher education, and the functions and resources of the University. Students will develop an understanding of the humanities and diverse cultures through the lens of nursing practice. Prerequisite(s): Microbiology with a lab, Physiology with a lab, and California licensure as a Vocational Nurse. The Master of Science in Nursing is traditionally designed to prepare registered nurses with baccalaureate degrees for advanced roles in nursing. firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.trumba.com/calendars/sacramento-state-feature-events.json. Provision and application of concepts needed for nursing practice in the schools. Mon. The purpose of this culminating senior practicum is to facilitate the transition of the nursing student into the role of a professional BSN graduate nurse. Discussions include: means of sustaining a wellness lifestyle; identification, management and consultation for acute and chronic illness; normal physiological life changes and adaptations to aging; mind/body connection in the control of health and illness; pharmacology and drug therapy for women; health management for infants and children; access and control of care for women in traditional and non-traditional health settings; and research in women's health. Students enrolled in this program are required to complete general education, science, and nursing courses with related clinical experiences in local hospitals. Advanced Physical Assessment: Infant, Child, Adolescent. NURS 173. Seminar in Specialized Nursing Processes: School Nursing II. This course is designed to present leadership and management skills for the Licensed Vocational Nurse transitioning to the Registered Nurse role. Examination of significant aspects of cultural and social differences in death and dying. NURS 174C. Vision and Scoliosis Screening. NURS 53. The PDF will include the entire 2020-2021 catalog. Students will be introduced to nursing theory, patient care planning, mental health nursing, and more via courses and clinical experiences. Assignments and experiences are designed to transition the RN to the baccalaureate level of proficiency. NURS 21. Paramedic Skills Part 1. The principle and processes of administration, management, and supervision will be discussed within an organizational framework. Division of Nursing. NURS 213C. 3 Units, General Education Area/Graduation Requirement: Understanding Personal Development (E). Transitional Concepts: The Baccalaureate Nurse. Note: NURS 174C is an elective course that is only required for students wishing to apply for the California Board of Registered Nursing Public Health Nurse Certificate; students not planning to apply for a Public Health Nurse Certificate must petition for an exemption from this clinical course; students who are granted exemption for NURS 174C will only complete 44 units. 3 Units. Explore Our Degree Opportunities Nursing students participate in clinical nursing experiences that reflect the realities of the healthcare enviroment and have oppurtunity to master learned skills. Lecture three hours. Develop an understanding of the humanities and diverse cultures through the lens of nursing practice. NURS 10. Advanced Role Development in Nursing. Individual practice required outside of class. The course includes a supervised practicum which incorporates therapeutic modalities. NURS 143. Emphasis will be placed on career development and transition to professional practice. Advanced concepts and skills in health and physical assessment are essential to the clinical decision making and caring process for the nurse in advanced practice and leadership roles. 2.3K likes. Note: Availability of a stethoscope is required. This course expands students' knowledge of theories, concepts, and social issues which have implications for the role of the nurse in any professional setting. NURS 173B. Prerequisite(s): Entry level physiology course, such as BIO 25 or BIO 26. 3 Units. Lecture three hours; laboratory six hours. NURS 112. Provides an overview of multidimensional factors, perspectives, and approaches associated with mental health across the lifespan. NURS 174. Class Schedule For Nursing - Fall2019. Application of nursing concepts in the care of the childbearing family and women experiencing reproductive health changes across the lifespan. Gender-related differences in normal and abnormal behavior resulting from chronic and acute disease, and pathological states, will be introduced. NURS 173A. Lecture two hours. NURS 54. 6 Units. Lecture three hours. Participants will explore nursing research as the foundation for clinical and organizational decision making. 5 Units, Prerequisite(s): NURS 111, NURS 112 and NURS 113; or instructor permission. 3 Units, Prerequisite(s): NURS 170, may be taken concurrently. 5 Units. Introduction to Professional Nursing. 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NURS 137. NURS 293. Professional Nursing Communication, Assessment and Skills. NURS 120. Mental Health Nursing for the LVN 30-Unit Option. Prerequisite(s): Advanced to candidacy for the Master's degree and must be in the final semester of the program. Transitional Concepts: The Baccalaureate Nurse Role. Professional Communication and Reasoning Development. Introduction to curriculum development and instructional design concepts in preparation for the role of educator in an educational institution or health care setting. The institution is approved to offer nursing programs by the California Board of Nursing. The place of molecular genetics, hormone physiology, neural function, biomedical research, human development, personality theory and research, and crosscultural research are studied in an attempt to understand the processes that affect sex differences. Visit Sac State at Flickr Visit Sac State at Youtube California State University, Sacramento Sac State 6000 J Street , Sacramento , CA 95819 USA Campus Main Phone: (916) 278-6011 N 56° 38.5607423 W 42° … The student should acquire the fundamentals of a scientific understanding of gender-related differences between humans, and an appreciation of the unique role the brain plays in the mediation of these differences. Content will include understanding key elements of evidence-based practice, developing skills to access data bases in nursing and healthcare, evaluation of evidence in nursing including published nursing research, problem identification within the practice setting, and incorporation of evidence in initiating change and improving clinical practice. 5 Units, Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Nursing Program, Introduction and application of nursing concepts in meeting health needs of adults. Folsom Hall Focuses on the three major competencies of school nursing practice: providing health and wellness services, providing direct client care services for school age-children (pre-k through age 22, including students with special health care needs), and professional management of school nursing services. email@example.com . Apply nursing practice concepts in assessment, skills, and professional communication in the context of laboratory scenarios and field experiences across the lifespan. Students will be introduced to principles of population health, epidemiology, disease prevention, and health promotion, to plan community health nursing interventions. Community Health Nursing: Clinical Elective. Prerequisite(s): NURS 136, NURS 137, NURS 138, NURS 139 or instructor permission. The Brain and Gender-Related Differences. Practicum in Organizational and Systems Leadership. NURS 111. Students will identify contemporary healthcare issues and apply graduate core competencies to guide nursing praxis in the planning, implementation and evaluation of quality healthcare for individuals, families, groups and communities. Community Health Nursing: Clinical Elective. Theories related to the principles and processes of leadership and management will be applied to select practice experiences. This course expands students' knowledge of theories, concepts, and social issues which have implications for health across the lifespan. Evaluation and application of research to nursing practice. NURS 210. 3 Units. Practicum in Educational Program Development in Nursing. Special Problems. Practicum in Educational Program Development in Nursing. Sac State's flexible, self-directed MSN program helps bachelor's degree-holders pursue careers such as nursing educator, school nurse, administrator, or advanced nurse clinician. He died at age 63. Students will explore emerging issues in healthcare and consider how these issues shape their practice. Nursing Laboratory for the Childbearing Family. 3 Units. Prerequisite(s): NURS 209, NURS 210, NURS 214, NURS 230, NURS 231, NURS 232, and instructor permission. This course provides the theoretical foundations for management across multiple settings. NURS 232A. Basic principles of pharmacology with a focus on pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and related therapeutic implications for major drug categories. Presents nursing interventions related to groups and aggregates identified as high risk for the development of health problems. NURS 119. This course presents the role of the community health nurse within a public health framework and examines public health systems, policies, and socioecological factors that shape the health of individuals, groups, and communities. Seminar in Specialized Nursing Processes: School Nursing I. NURS 213D. Born November 21, 1955 in St. Louis, MO. 5 Units, Prerequisite(s): NURS 120, NURS 123, NURS 129, or instructor permission. Due to COVID-19, the front office for the School of Nursing is closed. Only 3,000 total students, roughly 10%, will see the grounds of Sacramento State this year. Pharmacology for Advanced Practice. The Sacramento State program in professional nursing is approved by the California State Board of Registered Nursing. The Registered Nursing program is a two-year-long program accredited by the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) that prepares entry-level nurses with the knowledge and skills needed to provide quality patient care. The changing and expanding roles of the professional nurse in the health care delivery system are explored, with an emphasis on professional behavior, ethics, evidence-based practice and informatics. Admission Requirements. Clinical Leadership and Professional Role Development. 3 Units. Theoretical Foundations for Management. Guided study and experience in a specified nursing area. Only 40 students will be accepted to Sacramento State’s competitive nursing program this fall due to uncertainties surrounding whether students will be able to fulfill required courses amid the ongoing pandemic, according to university School of Nursing administrators. Facebook gives people the power to share … 1 - 3 Units. Gender-related differences which are mediated by the brain are examined from the theoretical framework of evolution. Provides students with the opportunity to learn and apply nursing concepts through the care of individuals and families experiencing complex illness across the adult lifespan. NURS 174. 4 Units. Graduation from programs leading to licensure, credentialing, or certification eligibility does not guarantee that students will obtain a license, credential, or certification. Graduates are also eligible to apply for a Public Health Certificate. Requires familiarity with disease process. (916) 278-6714 Advanced Role Development in Nursing. Practicum in Organizational and Systems Leadership. Science 1 Building Office: S-225 Map. Transitional Concepts: The Baccalaureate Nurse Role. 1 Unit, Prerequisite(s): NURS 120, NURS 123 and NURS 129, or instructor permission. Laboratory twelve hours. (7667 Folsom Blvd.) Seminar in Organizational and Systems Leadership. Students are responsible for determining whether they can meet licensure, credentialing, or certification requirements. Contemporary role of the community health nurse is presented within a public health framework, emphasizing the concept of community as client. NURS 138. Theoretical Foundations for Leadership. 5 Units. Nursing Application of Research and Critical Analysis. Application of leadership and management principles in the examination of organizational structures, processes, and approaches to quality and safety concepts in health care systems and practice environments. Prerequisite(s): NURS 170, may be taken concurrently; and either department permission or GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X. Laboratory three hours. Students will provide care to individuals, families, or communities within a public health framework. NURS 209. NURS 168. NURS 179. Transitional Concepts: The Baccalaureate Nurse. Efficient use of traditional and web based pharmaceutical resources is encouraged. Seminar designed to present techniques related to the physical assessment, in the school or home setting, of the child, age birth through 18 years. Integration of nursing care into unique cultural values and beliefs. While the GPA requirement for admission is a minimum of 3.3, the average GPA for those admitted the last four years has been over 3.95. 4 Units. NURS 139. Folsom Hall, Practicum in Specialized Nursing Processes: School Nursing. Leadership and Management in Nursing Practice. IMPORTANT: Schedule Data is not real time.. Data was last updated: 02/02/2020 at 9:00 AM Students should login to the My Sac State and click on "Search the Class Schedule" for real-time class schedule information, including the number of open seats.. Table Of Contents. Transitional Concepts: The Client Lifespan. Transitional Concepts: The Client Lifespan. The specific purposes of the baccalaureate program are to: 1) provide a program of study which includes the developing theory and practices of nursing leading to a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing, 2) prepare a generalist in nursing practice who is able to utilize the nursing process to meet the health care needs of the community, and 3) provide the student with a base for graduate study. Application of a planned sequence of supervised clinical experiences in one or more California public school districts offering nursing services to infants, children and adolescents for the purpose of developing a clinical leadership role in school nursing. School of Nursing California State University, Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock, California 95382 Map & Directions Building #9. Lecture three hours; laboratory six hours. Community Health Services and Policy. Culminating Experience. Up to 80 traditional pre-lic… Foundations for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice. Part 2 of foundational ALS skills content for pre-hospital care in the Emergency Medical System (EMS). Research as the Foundation for Advanced Nursing. Based on real user feedback and statistics, csus.edu no longer supports Microsoftâs Internet Explorer browser. Emphasis is on the foundations of school nursing practice, legal and ethical issues, special education services, and management of episodic illness and chronic health conditions. Sacramento, CA 95819-6048 (916) 278-7766 . Students are encouraged to participate in the California Nursing Students' Association (CNSA) as they pursue their academic studies. Information concerning licensure, credentialing, or certification requirements are available from Teri Lyn Fretz, Office Manager, at 916/278-6714 or firstname.lastname@example.org. NURS 139. MSN in Nursing and Health Systems Executive Management Program. Exploration of differences in organizational models to end-of-life care, including hospice and palliative care. Professional Nursing Communication, Assessment and Skills. Lecture three hours. NURS 171A. NURS 215. NURS 213C. This course provides the theoretical foundations for leadership across multiple settings. GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X. The hybrid curriculum (refer to the University's e-Learning policy ) emphasizes the systematic study of professional nursing practice and preparation for educational and leadership roles. Acquisition of knowledge and practice using tools and techniques for assessing the child and the family in a variety of settings. Prerequisite(s): Completion of 19 units in the program or instructor permission. Prerequisite(s): NURS 120, NURS 123 and NURS 129 or instructor permission. Enter nursing prerequisite & corequisite grades below: • Pluses and minuses are not included in any of the Nursing GPA calculations (e.g., a B- or B+ is calculated as a B grade). NURS 171A. Hospice and Palliative Nursing Care. Participants apply theoretical knowledge of Advanced Life Support in skills lab and simulated patient care experiences. 3 Units. The School of Nursing prepares nurses to lead diverse individuals, families, and communities in achieving optimal health through nursing science, collaborative practice, advocacy, and service. Lecture three hours; laboratory six hours. NURS 294. NURS 178. NURS 143. School of Nursing Website, NURS 10. Students will identify components of evidence-based practice and develop skills in critiquing research and in professional writing. These data bases will be critiqued and used to develop a health promotion program. Lecture three hours. NURS 133. Teri Lyn Fretz, ASCII/Office Manager He obtained a B.S. Admission to ADN to BSN Collaborative track is restricted to students currently in good standing and actively enrolled in one of the community college nursing programs; American River, Sacramento City, Sierra College. 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