BSN | Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Required Core Courses

Lower Division Courses

NUR 2412 Gerontology Nursing

Credits : 3

This course provides the student with the foundation for nursing practice with the older adult client. The physical and psychosocial changes associated with aging will be examined including adaptive behaviors in the normal aging person. Health, socialization and financial and legal considerations of the aging client, as well as cultural needs and interaction with the healthcare system will be discussed. The need for multidisciplinary interaction with the aging client will be evaluated. Learners will examine the common concerns of an aging population that they may encounter and analyze ways to address these concerns within a practice situation.

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Upper Division Courses

NUR 2412 Gerontology Nursing

Credits : 3

This course provides the student with the foundation for nursing practice with the older adult client. The physical and psychosocial changes associated with aging will be examined including adaptive behaviors in the normal aging person. Health, socialization and financial and legal considerations of the aging client, as well as cultural needs and interaction with the healthcare system will be discussed. The need for multidisciplinary interaction with the aging client will be evaluated. Learners will examine the common concerns of an aging population that they may encounter and analyze ways to address these concerns within a practice situation.

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Nursing Elective Courses

Learners must take 15 semester credits of elective courses related to nursing or areas related to the skills needed by nurses.


Lower Division Courses

NUR 2412 Gerontology Nursing

Credits : 3

This course provides the student with the foundation for nursing practice with the older adult client. The physical and psychosocial changes associated with aging will be examined including adaptive behaviors in the normal aging person. Health, socialization and financial and legal considerations of the aging client, as well as cultural needs and interaction with the healthcare system will be discussed. The need for multidisciplinary interaction with the aging client will be evaluated. Learners will examine the common concerns of an aging population that they may encounter and analyze ways to address these concerns within a practice situation.

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Upper Division Courses

NUR 2412 Gerontology Nursing

Credits : 3

This course provides the student with the foundation for nursing practice with the older adult client. The physical and psychosocial changes associated with aging will be examined including adaptive behaviors in the normal aging person. Health, socialization and financial and legal considerations of the aging client, as well as cultural needs and interaction with the healthcare system will be discussed. The need for multidisciplinary interaction with the aging client will be evaluated. Learners will examine the common concerns of an aging population that they may encounter and analyze ways to address these concerns within a practice situation.

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