NUR 451 RN Transition Course
This course builds on the student’s nursing knowledge and experience as preparation to begin studies leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The course assumes that the individual is an adult learner who is able to identify his/her learning needs and objectives, and junction at a high level of motivation and independence. Focal points of the course include: structure and history of nursing knowledge; conceptual models of nursing; application of critical thinking in professional practice; policies affecting the nurse in health care; and transitional topics essential to the baccalaureate nursing student in the health care system including leadership style, personal values, and personal philosophy of nursing.
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