Course Number   Course Title / Description / MnTC Goals / Prerequisites Credits
NURS 2700   Health Promotion and the Role of the Professional Nurse 9  
  This course introduces the student to the role of the professional nurse. The emphasis on health promotion across the lifespan includes learning about self-health, as well as holistic client health practices. Students learn to access and apply research evidence to guide safe preventative care. The student will incorporate communication and growth and development theory in a caring and culturally sensitive manner. The student will work as an ethical member of multi-disciplinary teams giving and receiving feedback about performance and use reflective thinking about their practice. Within the context of the nursing process, populations studied will include children, adults, older adults and the family experiencing a normal pregnancy. The credit-to-contact hour ratio for this combined (lecture/lab/clinical) course is lecture 1:1, lab 1:2, clinical 1:3.  
  Prerequisite: Admission to the MANE curriculum  

NURS 2700 is a required course in the following degrees, diplomas, or certificates:
Nursing AS Degree (2019-2020)
Nursing AS Degree (2018-2019)
Nursing AS Degree (2017-2018)
Nursing AS Degree (2016-2017)
Nursing AS Degree (2015-2016)
Nursing AS Degree (2014-2015)
Nursing (MANE Curriculum) - RN AS Degree (2013-2014)