NUR2943L Preceptorship Experience (AS)

Synthesize the knowledge, skills, and attitudes achieved from prior courses in the associate degree in nursing program. Emphasis is on the integration of concepts for nursing practice with a focus on leadership, collaboration, communication, health policy, clinical judgment, health care economics and professionalism. At the completion of this course, the student should be able to advocate for patients and families, make judgments in practice, implement one's role as a nurse, and approach all issues with a spirit of inquiry.


4 credits (12 lab hours)

Prerequisites and Corequisites

Prerequisites: NUR2261, PSY2012 (with a grade of C or higher), NUR2261L; Corequisites: NUR2712C (with a grade of C or higher)