FALL 2022 Registration Notice

Regular registration will close at 5 pm on Friday, August 19, 2022.

Late registration will open at 8 am on Monday, August 22, 2022.

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NUR 3311

This first nursing course taken by students entering the BSN Program, introduces students to the program mission, philosophy, conceptual framework, faculty philosophy of nursing and student learning processes. Students will explore nursing's history and relationship with a rapidly evolving health care system. Students will explore the major concepts of concern in the discipline of nursing; person, environment, nursing and health within the context of rural/border communities. Students will begin to appreciate personal values, and the impact of culture and environment on health and wellness in the frontier regions of Texas. In this course students initiate nurse-patient relationships during the first phase of the Geriatric Project. The course introduces the students to professional writing, inquiry, reflection, and self-care as the foundation for individual professional development.


Summer 2022


Essen Prof Nur Ru/Bo Cmty Lab   Section L01   Adrienne Dreyfus
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Essen Prof Nur Ru/Bo Cmty   Section V01   Dorothy Jackson, PhD, RN
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Summer 2021


Essen Prof Nur Ru/Bo Cmty   Section 001   Mary Anne Hanley