Simulation orientation video

Students must view Outside Linkthis brief video prior to participating in simulation in the School of Nursing.

Courses at the 600-level

NURS 609: Master's Major Project

Under the supervision of their primary project advisor, students conduct a major project, complete a final writing project, and present findings. (Formerly Professional Project Seminar II.) Graded S, U. Students enroll for a maximum of two credit hours.
1 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 509
NURS 610: Adult / Older Adult Health / Illness II

Students develop advanced practice nurse competencies specific to caring for adults with select acute health alterations. Emphasis is on the nursing/nursing practice sphere. (Formerly Acute Care/Critical Care II.)
6 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 510 and 530 or 540
NURS 611: Public Health / Community Leadership II

Students collaborate with community groups to assess health needs, develop partnerships, and plan programs to address needs based on cultural sensitivity. Public policy solutions to those needs are proposed.
6 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 511
NURS 616: Advanced Principles of Nurse Anesthesia Practice II

Advanced principles of anesthesia administration and management for cardiac, thoracic and neurological surgeries are examined.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 516
NURS 620: Adult / Older Adult Health / Illness III

Students develop advanced practice nurse competencies specific to caring for adults with select acute health alterations. Emphasis is on the systems/organizational sphere. (Formerly Acute Care/Critical Care III.)
6 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 610
NURS 621: Public Health / Community Leadership III

Students engage in public policy and program planning with existing health systems. Focus includes budget development, oversight, and the use of management information systems for decision making.
6 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 611
NURS 626: Advanced Principles of Nurse Anesthesia Practice III

Advanced principles of anesthesia and management of endocrine, liver, neuromuscular, and burn surgeries, and surgery in obesity, with chronic pain and in remote settings, are examined.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 616
NURS 630: NA Clinical Practicum II

Application of theory and development of skills for the advanced beginner under the close supervision of clinical preceptors.
1 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 570; NURS 616 concurrent
NURS 636: Transition to Nurse Anesthesia Practice

Topics for entry into professional practice are examined and explored.
2 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 670; NURS 690 concurrent
NURS 640: NA Clinical Practicum III

The competent student will continue to apply advanced principles and improve their skills under the guidance of clinical preceptors.
1 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 630; NURS 626 concurrent
NURS 670: NA Clinical Practicum IV

The proficient student will expand and enhance their knowledge and skills with minimal direct guidance of clinical preceptors.
1 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 640
NURS 690: NA Clinical Practicum V

The novice practitioner will prepare to transition from the student role with consultation and minimal guidance of clinical preceptors.
1 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • NURS 670; NURS 636 concurrent

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