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1 258 Associate of Applied Science Degree International Nursing Certificate Licensed Practical Nursing/Associate Degree Nursing Progression Program Medical Assistant Program Nurse Assistant Training Certificate/ Home Health Aide Paramedic to RN Bridge/Associate Degree Nursing Program Practical Nursing Certificate Program Registered Nursing Program...273

2 259 School of School Health of Sciences Nursing The provides quality education to students seeking initial licensure as a State Tested Nurse Assistant, a Licensed Practical Nurse, a Registered Nurse or a Medical Assistant. The education programs are designed to develop caring professionals competent to engage with their patients in a professional, competent manner. TOLEDO-AREA CAMPUS (567) GO-OWENS, Ext. 7273

3 260 CAREER CERTIFICATE Campus offered: Toledo International Nursing Certificate Credits required: 14 Elective Credits: 12 Admission requirements: 1. Passed the NCLEX-RN or eligibility to take the NCLEX-RN exam. 2. Completed college admission and be in good academic standing. 3. Meet all health requirements of the program. 4. Obtain certification in CPR Health Care Provider or ACLS. This certificate program is designed to assist the international nurse in transitioning to Western Nursing Practice. The program combines classroom experience, hands-on clinical training and guidance from the faculty. After completion, international nurses will be empowered to secure a fulfilling, prosperous career in the Western Health Care System. Students for this certificate are pre-selected by the Global Nursing Institute. The student must be a Registered Nurse or be eligible for RN Licensure and reside in a country outside of the United States. Student Learning Outcomes: Students will demonstrate specific role changes necessary to transition to practice as an RN in the United States Health Care Delivery System. Students will utilize therapeutic communication and English language skills as a member of the health care team. Students will apply critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills to nursing situations. Students will practice nursing according to United States legal and ethical standards. Students will provide a supportive and protective nursing environment through the roles of health educator and manager. Required Courses 1st Semester ESL Elective 1 4 lec 4 credits NRI 100 Nursing Transition for International Nurses 3 lec 3 lab 9 clinic 7 credits NRI 102 Pharmacology for International Nurses 3 lec 3 credits 14 credits 2nd Semester ESL Elective 1 4 lec 4 credits NRI 104 Advanced Topics in Nursing for the International Nurse 3 lec 3 lab 12 clinic 8 credits 12 credits 1 Select from: ESL 091, 094 or 095

4 Licensed Practical Nurse/Associate Degree Nursing Progression Program Career Program Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science 261 This program is designed for Licensed Practical Nurses who will take nursing courses from a modified program of study that meets the needs of the LPN enrolled in the Associate Degree Nursing Program. The program prepares graduates for nursing positions in a variety of healthcare settings. The program combines studies at Owens Community College with planned and guided experience in client care in healthcare facilities and community agencies. Registered Nursing Student Learning Outcomes: Registered Nursing Graduates will be able to: 1. Establish a caring, therapeutic relationship, within a culturally diverse population. 2. Utilize the nursing process and evidence based practice to make valid clinical judgments and manage care in a collaborative effort with health team members. 3. Provide a supportive and protective nursing environment, by consistently demonstrating nursing practice that reduces patient safety risk. 4. Use patterns of knowing; personal, empirical, ethical, and aesthetic, to promote health education and management. 5. Incorporate communication skills when collaborating with the patient, family members, and other health team members. 6. Apply principles of teaching and learning in the delivery of care. 7. Demonstrate responsibility and accountability for professional self-growth and for the growth of the nursing profession through mentoring of other nurses. 8. Use various health information systems and current technology to manage patient care. Required Courses 1st Semester BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits IST 100 Fundamentals of Computing Systems 1 lec 1 credit ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits MTH 108 Modern College Mathematics or MTH 110 Intro to College Algebra/Trig 4 lec 4 credits NRS 124 Nursing Role Transition 1 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits NRS 125 Nursing Concepts (5 week module) 1 lec 1 credit PSY 260 Life Span Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 19 credits 2nd Semester - Apply for graduation now BIO 212 Anatomy & Physiology II 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits NRS 131 Pathophysiology 3 lec 3 credits NRS 223 Adult Health Issues - LPN (10 weeks) 2.8 lec 9.6 clinic 6 credits NRS 225 Adult Mental Health Issues (6 weeks) 2.5 lec 4.5 clinic 4 credits NRS 230 Community/Family Health Issues 2 lec 2 credits 19 credits 3rd Semester BIO 231 Microbiology and Immunology 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits NRS 226 Adult Health Issues III (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 lab 3 credits NRS 227 Maternal & Neonatal Health Iss (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 lab 3 credits NRS 228 Child Health Issues (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 lab 3 credits NRS 296 Nursing Clinical Applications - RN 2 1 lec 7 clinic 2 credits SPE Speech Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits 21 credits 1 Toledo-area Campus: 10-week module, Findlay-area Campus: 5-week module. 2 Includes 112 hours of clinical experience with an RN preceptor in a healthcare agency and 16 hours of scheduled seminars with a nursing faculty member weekly throughout the semester. 3 Select from: SPE 101, SPE 102 or SPE 210 Campus offered: Toledo and Findlay PROGRAM Approval: Ohio Board of Nursing Credits required: 59 CURRICULUM NOTES: Advanced placement in the Nursing Program will be awarded following completion of NRS 124 with a grade of C or better. All Nursing Program courses must be completed within a period of four years. To earn an associate degree, a grade of C or higher must be earned in all Nursing Program courses (NRS) and all science courses (NTR 120, BIO 211, BIO 212 and BIO 231).

5 262 LPN/ADN Program Information Admission Requirements Entrance requirements include graduation from high school or its equivalent, graduation from a state approved practical nurse program, and high school chemistry and algebra with a grade of C or better. In addition, students need to provide documentation of current LPN licensure and completion of a Pharmacology course or equivalent. NRS 124 may be repeated one time. In the event of two failures in NRS 124, the student may then pursue the Registered Nursing Program, if so desired. Please prefer to the Registered Nursing Program requirements on the previous page. Following acceptance to the program, students must meet health requirements and obtain CPR - Health Care Provider certification by the American Heart Association prior to beginning NRS 223. Contact the Department Chair or the Office of Enrollment Services for information. Students are admitted Summer Semester on the Findlay Campus and Fall Semester on the Toledo Campus. Enrollment in the LPN/ADN Progression Program is limited and application forms are available at the Office of Enrollment Services. A completed application with high school, college/university and practical nursing transcripts must be submitted to the Records Office. Must complete TEAS testing. Progression/Completion Requirements All students entering or enrolled in the Nursing Program must achieve a C or better in all courses within the plan of study to progress through the program. Students who fail to achieve these grades in the nursing courses must see the Department Chair. One 100 level nursing course may be repeated one time and one 200 level nursing course may be repeated one time. If a student earns a failing grade ( D or F ) in two 100 level Nursing courses or two 200 level Nursing courses, or earns a failing grade in one nursing course twice, the student is permanently dismissed from the Nursing Program and is ineligible for readmission. All nursing courses (NRS) listed for each semester must be taken in the semester listed. Non-nursing courses listed for each semester must be taken in the semester listed or prior to the semester listed. Non-Academic Readmission Students who leave the program for reasons other than academic reasons may request readmission and be readmitted provided there is course seat availability. Academic Readmission A student requesting readmission due to academic reasons ( D or F in any nursing course) must complete the following before being considered: 1. The student must complete an academic readmission form available in the Nursing Office. 2. Contact the Office of Academic Enhancement and Counseling for assistance in the development of a written academic plan (Form number ID-A#1, 1/84) to resolve the academic problems. 3. The following requirements must be included in the academic plan before readmission: a. A 2.60 GPA must be achieved in the science component that includes BIO 211, BIO 212 and BIO 231. b. A 2.60 GPA must be achieved in the general education component that includes ENG 111, ENG 112 and PSY The plan then is submitted to the Department Chair and Dean for approval. This plan must be completed and approved to continue enrollment in the College. 5. Students are readmitted on a space available basis. Pursuant to the Ohio Revised Code 4723 and rule of the Ohio Administrative Code, students who reenter or are readmitted to an Ohio school of nursing must meet the curriculum requirements effective at the time of readmission. Licensure Program graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examination to become a Registered Nurse. Students who plan to take the NCLEX must submit fingerprints to the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation within six months of taking the examination. The Ohio Board of Nursing has the right to refuse to grant licensure to applicants who have been convicted of a misdemeanor, felony or egregious felony as described in the ORC Section Finger Printing/Background Check To meet certain clinical agency requirements, background checks will also be performed prior to the first clinical experience beginning Fall Semester Based on the results of the background check, the clinical agencies may deny a student access to the clinical agency. - Program Admission Students admitted to the program: LPN - RN = 64

6 Medical Assistant Program Medical Assistants are the only allied health professional specifically trained to work in ambulatory settings (such as physician offices, clinics and group practices). Medical Assistants are multi-skilled personnel who are capable of performing administrative and clinical procedures. A medical assistant performs delegated clinical and administrative duties within the supervising physicians scope of practice consistent with medical assisting education, training and experience. Required Courses Fall Start 1st Semester BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits HIT 125 Language of Medicine 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Microcomputers Concept & Applications 4 lec 4 credits MAP 110 Basic Medical Assisting Clinical Procedures 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits 17 credits 2nd Semester BIO 212 Anatomy and Physiology II 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits MAP 120 Medical Assisting Administrative Procedures I 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits MAP 130 Medical Assisting Specialty Exams MTH 108 & Procedures 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits Modern College Mathematics or MTH 110 Intro to College Algebra/Trig 4 lec 4 credits SPE 102 Interpersonal Communications 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 3rd Semester ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits HIT 236 Pathophysiology 3 lec 3 credits MAP 200 MAP 210 Medical Assisting Administrative Procedures II 1 lec 3 lab 2 credits Advanced Medical Assisting Clinical Procedures 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits 12 credits 4th Semester - Apply for graduation now ACC 101 Accounting I 3 lec 3 credits ENG 120 Business Communications 3 lec 3 credits OAD 250 Medical Law Ethics 2 lec 2 credits MAP 230 Coding & Reimbursement 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits MAP 240 Medical Assisting Lab Procedures 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits PSY 215 Social Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 5th Semester (8 weeks) MAP 250 Medical Assisting Directed Practice 2 sem 20 clinic 4 credits MAP 260 Medical Assisting Dynamics 2 lec 2 credits 6 credits Degree Offered: Associate of Applied Science Campus Offered: Toledo and Findlay Credits Required: CREDENTIALING EXAM: The qualifying examination for certification as a certified medical assistant is offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants to those graduates of an accredited program. Accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, graduates will be eligible to apply to write this certification examination. The Medical Assisting Program of Owens Community College, Findlay and Toledo campuses, Medical Assisting program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB), American Association of Medical Assistants Endowment. Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs 1361 Park Street Clearwater, FL

7 264 Medical Assistant Program Required Courses Spring Start 1st Semester BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits HIT 125 Language of Medicine 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Microcomputers Concept & Applications 4 lec 4 credits MAP 110 Basic Medical Assisting MTH 108 Clinical Procedures 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits Modern College Mathematics or MTH 110 Intro to College Algebra/Trig 4 lec 4 credits 17 credits 2nd Semester BIO 212 Anatomy and Physiology II 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits OAD 250 Medical Law Ethics 2 lec 2 credits MAP 130 Medical Assisting Specialty Exams & Procedures 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits 12 credits 3rd Semester ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits HIT 236 Pathophysiology 3 lec 3 credits MAP 120 MAP 210 Medical Assisting Administrative Procedures I 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits Advanced Medical Assisting Clinical Procedures 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits SPE 102 Interpersonal Communications 3 lec 3 credits 17 credits 4th Semester ACC 101 Accounting I 3 lec 3 credits ENG 120 Business Communications 3 lec 3 credits MAP 200 Medical Assisting Administrative Procedures II 1 lec 3 lab 2 credits MAP 230 Coding & Reimbursement 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits MAP 240 Medical Assisting Lab Procedures 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits PSY 215 Social Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 5th Semester (8 weeks) MAP 250 Medical Assisting Directed Practice (8 weeks) 2 lec 20 clinic 4 credits MAP 260 Medical Assisting Dynamics 3 lec 2 credits 6 credits

8 265 Medical Assistant Program Information Special Admission Requirements Program admission is selective and requires submission of a completed application file that includes a college application, high school transcripts or GED, college transcripts if applicable. ACT and/or SAT scores. Evidence of high school algebra and chemistry with a C grade or better. Students who have not taken the ACT or SAT test should contact their high school counselors or the Owens Community College Office of Enrollment Services to obtain registration materials. When accepted into the program, students must obtain CPR certification as a pre-requisite of their third semester clinical courses. Applicants, who have not met the academic admission requirements for entrance into the program, may take development and Arts and Sciences courses. The program accepts a maximum of 24 students each fall and spring semester. Students should submit all official applications, text scores, and transcripts. Completed applications are reviewed bimonthly. All courses in the medical assisting technology program must be completed within three years of initial entrance into the program. All students enrolled in the program must achieve a C or better in all MA program classes. Students failing to achieve these grades in the above listed courses will be allowed to repeat the course one time, before being dismissed from the program. Students will be readmitted only one time on a space available basis. Non-Academic Re-entry Students who leave the program for other than academic reasons may request re-entry into the program. This may be granted if there is an opening in the program and upon recommendation of the program chair. Academic Re-entry A student requesting re-entry after dismissal for academic reasons must complete the following before being reconsidered: 1. The student must contact the Office of Academic Enhancement and Counseling for assistance in the development of a written academic plan to resolve the academic problems. 2. The following requirements must be included in the academic plan: a. A grade of C or better must be earned in all courses that apply to the student s chosen major. b. The GPA must be a 2.0 or above. 3. The Department Chair and Medical Assisting Coordinator and the Dean must approve the academic plan. 4. The student may re-enter the program if there is space available. a. The student may be required to pass a lab proficiency examination to demonstrate previously acquired skills. b. The Program Chair and Medical Assisting Coordinator will determine the amount of clinical experience and recommend approval based on the clinical clearances already obtained. 5. No second re-entry will be considered. Medical Assisting Directed Practice As part of this degree, students gain supervised hands on experience enabling them to gain real work experience. Second year students will participate in an 160-hour non-paid professional practice experience. Transportation costs, liability insurance, lab coat, etc. are the responsibility of the student. A history and physical examination and current CPR certification is required for all students before the start of the third semester. Students are responsible for any fees incurred as a result of completing the required health form and immunizations. Career Information for Graduate Medical assistants perform numerous functions that vary from office to office and continually change within the work environment. Interaction with other people, handling several responsibilities at once and dealing with the public are some of the everyday tasks required of a medical assistant. Being well groomed and displaying a courteous pleasant manner will enable you to put patients at ease and explain the physician s instructions. These individuals perform a variety of technical health care functions including vital signs, injections, venipunctures, filing and appointment scheduling. You will work as a member of the allied health care team under the supervision of a physician s scope of practice. - Program Admission Students admitted to the program: Medical Assisting = 48

9 266 CAREER CERTIFICATE Campus offered: Toledo and Findlay Nurse Assistant Training Certificate/ Home Health Aide Credits required: 3.5 STATE TESTING: Upon completion the student is able to take the Ohio State Test for Nursing Assistants. : A physical and a negative two-step Mantoux test (TB test) are required at the start of the class. Results of a negative chest x-ray are required if one has previously tested positive on the TB test. Students will be prohibited from the clinical setting until health requirements have been received by the college. Class attendance and punctuality are mandatory. The Toledo classroom is located in Owens Center for Development & Training, 2249 Tracy Rd., Northwood, and The Source, 1301 Monroe St., Toledo. The Findlay classroom is located at 3200 Bright Rd., Findlay. Nurse Assistant Program office: (567) Fax: (567) Owens Community College Nurse Assistant Program is an Ohio Department of Health approved training program that prepares the Nurse Assistant for the Ohio State Testing and Competency Evaluation Program. This is a mandatory training course for Ohio Nurse Assistants who work in Long Term Care. This 87.5 hour course includes 16 hours of supervised clinical time. This certificate cane be used for long-term care, home health, hospice and acute settings. Ohio State Bill 160 requires a criminal background check for anyone employed in Long Term Care before hiring. Individuals possessing this certificate may work in long-term care, home health, hospice and acute care settings. Student Learning Outcomes: 1. Students will describe and identify communication and interpersonal skills that accomplish effective communication. 2. Students will perform basic nursing care in a safe manner. 3. Students will recognize and comply with basic infection control measures. 4. Students will observe residents privacy and dignity in giving care. 5. Students will recognize residents rights in all interactions with them. 6. Students will recognize the emotional and social service needs of the residents. 7. Students will identify ways to assist residents to maintain current levels of functioning. 8. Students will demonstrate professionalism in all interactions.

10 Paramedic to RN Bridge Associate Degree Nursing Program Career Program Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science 267 This program is designed for Paramedics who will take nursing courses from a modified program of study that meets the needs of the Paramedic enrolled in the Associate Degree Nursing program. The program prepares graduates for nursing positions in a variety of healthcare settings. The program combines studies at Owens Community College with planned and guided experience in client care in healthcare facilities and community agencies. Required Courses 1st Semester BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits NPP 101 Adult Health Issues (PARA/ADN) 4 lec 2 lab 9 clinic 8 credits NPP 102 Patho-Pharmacology for Paramedics 3 lec 3 credits NPP 103 Nursing Concepts/Transition NPP 104 (PAR/ADN)(10 week module) 2 lec 2 credits Community Health Issues (PAR/ADN)(6 week module) 1 lec 1 credit PSY 260 Life Span Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 21 credits 2nd Semester - Apply for graduation now BIO 212 Anatomy & Physiology II 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits BIO 231 Microbiology & Immunology 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits IST 100 Fundamentals of Computing 1 lec 1 credit NRS 224 NRS 225 Adult Health Issues II (10 week module) 1.8 lec 9.6 clinic 5 credits Adult Mental Health Issues (6 week module) 2.5 lec 4.5 clinic 4 credits 21 credits 3rd Semester ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits MTH 108 Modern College Mathematics or MTH 110 Intro to College Algebra/Trig 4 lec 4 credits NRS 226 Adult Health Issues III (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 lab 3 credits NRS 227 Maternal & Neonatal Health Iss (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 lab 3 credits NRS 228 Child Health Issues (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 lab 3 credits NRS 296 Nursing Clinical Applications - RN 1 1 lec 7 clinic 2 credits SPE Speech Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits 21 credits Campus offered: Toledo and Findlay Credits required: 63 PROGRAM Approval: Ohio Board of Nursing CURRICULUM NOTES: Advanced placement in the Nursing Program will be awarded following completion of NPP 101, NPP 102, NPP 103 and NPP 104 with a grade of C or better. All Nursing Program courses must be completed within a period of four years. To earn an associate degree, a grade of C or higher must be earned in all Nursing Program courses (NRS) and all science courses (BIO 211, BIO 212, and BIO 231). Nursing Technology - Associate of Applied Science Degree (Accredited by the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission 61 Broadway, New York, NY Phone Approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing 1 Includes 112 hours of clinical experience with an RN preceptor in a healthcare agency and 16 hours of scheduled seminars with a nursing faculty member throughout the semester. 2 Select from: SPE 101, 102 or 210.

11 268 Paramedic Program Information Admission Requirements Entrance requirements include graduation from high school or its equivalent, licensure as a paramedic through the State of Ohio or the National Registry Examination, Paramedic transcript, high school algebra and chemistry with a grade of C or better with a lab component In addition, students need to provide documentation of 2000 hours of full-time paramedic experience within the past three years from their employer. Following conditional acceptance into the program, the student must score an 80% or higher on the Owens Community College Paramedic Entrance Examination. The student may retake the Owens Community College Paramedic Entrance Examination for a second time; in the event of a second failure, the student may pursue the Registered Nursing Program, if so desired. Please refer to the Registered Nursing Program requirements. Following acceptance to the program into the program, students must meet health requirements and obtain CPR Health Care Provider certification by the American Heart Association. Contact the Department Chair or the Office of Enrollment Services for information. Enrollment in the Paramedic/Associate Degree Nursing program is limited and application forms are available at the Office of Enrollment Services. A completed application with high school, college/university and paramedic transcripts must be submitted to the Records Office. Progression/Completion Requirements All students entering or enrolled in the Nursing Program must achieve a C or better in all courses within the plan of study to progress through the program. Students who fail to achieve these grades in the nursing courses must see the Department Chair. One 100 level nursing course may be repeated one time and one 200 level nursing course may be repeated one time. If a student earns a failing grade ( D or F ) in two 100 level Nursing courses or two 200 level Nursing courses, or earns a failing grade in one nursing course twice, the student is permanently dismissed from the Nursing Program and is ineligible for readmission. All nursing courses (NPP, NRS) listed for each semester must be taken in the semester listed. Non-nursing courses listed for each semester must be taken in the semester listed or prior to the semester listed. Licensure/Clinical Agency Requirements Program graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examination to become Registered Nurses. Students who plan to apply to take the NCLEX must submit fingerprints to the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation within six months of taking the examination. The Ohio Board of Nursing has the right to refuse to grant licensure to applicants who have been convicted of a misdemeanor, a felony or an egregious felony as described in the ORC: Section To meet certain clinical agency requirements, background checks will also be performed prior to the first clinical experience. Based on the results of the background check, the clinical agencies may deny a student access to the clinical experience. Non-Academic Readmission Students who leave the program for reasons other than academic reasons may request readmission and be readmitted provided there is course seat availability. The student must complete a non-academic readmission form. Non-academic readmission forms are available in the Nursing Office. Academic Readmission A student requesting readmission due to academic reasons ( D or F in any nursing course) must complete the following before being considered: 1. The student must complete an academic readmission form (available in the Nursing Office). 2. Contact the Office of Academic Enhancement and Counseling for assistance in the development of a written academic plan (Form number ID-A#1, 1/84) to resolve the academic problems. Please call to set up an appointment with a Student Retention Advocate. 3. The following requirements must be included in the academic plan before readmission: a. A 2.60 GPA must be achieved in the science component that includes BIO 211, BIO 212 and BIO 231. b. A 2.60 GPA must be achieved in the general education component that includes ENG 111, ENG 112 and PSY The plan then is submitted to the Department Chair and Dean for approval. This plan must be completed and approved to continue enrollment in the College. 5. Students are readmitted on a space available basis. Pursuant to the Ohio Revised Code 4723 and rule of the Ohio Administrative Code, students who reenter or are readmitted to an Ohio school of

12 269 nursing must meet the curriculum requirements effective at the time of readmission. Registered Nursing Student Learning Outcomes: Registered Nursing Graduates will be able to: 1. Establish a caring, therapeutic relationship, within a culturally diverse population. 2. Utilize the nursing process and evidence based practice to make valid clinical judgments and manage care in a collaborative effort with health team members. 3. Provide a supportive and protective nursing environment, by consistently demonstrating nursing practice that reduces patient safety risk. 4. Use patterns of knowing; personal, empirical, ethical, and aesthetic, to promote health education and management. 5. Incorporate communication skills when collaborating with the patient, family members, and other health team members. 6. Apply principles of teaching and learning in the delivery of care. 7. Demonstrate responsibility and accountability for professional self-growth and for the growth of the nursing profession through mentoring of other nurses. 8. Use various health information systems and current technology to manage patient care. - Program Admission Students admitted to the program: Paramedic to RN = 15 (Toledo Campus only)

13 270 CAREER CERTIFICATE Campus offered: Toledo and Findlay Practical Nursing Certificate Program Credits required: 43 Program approval: Ohio Board of Nursing Curriculum notes: All Nursing Program courses must be completed within a period of six semesters including summer semesters. To earn the Practical Nursing certificate, a grade of C or higher must be earned in all required courses within the program plan of study This certificate program is designed to prepare graduates for practical nursing positions in a variety of healthcare settings. The program combines studies at Owens Community College with planned and guided experience in client care in structured healthcare facilities and community agencies. Required Courses Spring Start 1st Semester - Spring BIO 121 Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 lec or BIO 212 Anatomy & Physiology II 1 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits NRS 130 Pharmacology 3 lec 3 credits NRP 101 Nursing Fundamentals 3 lec 3 lab 9 clinic 7 credits NRP 100 Role of the LPN 2 lec 2 credits 16 credits 2nd Semester - Summer - Apply for graduation now ENG 111 English Composition I 3 lec 3 credits NRP 102 Nursing Care of Adults I 3 lec 9 clinic 6 credits NTR 121 Basic Nutrition 2 lec 2 credits PSY 260 Life Span Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 14 credits 3rd Semester - Fall NRP 103 Nursing Care of Adults II 3 lec 9 clinic 6 credits NRP 104 Nursing Trends 1 lec 1 credit NRP 105 Nursing Care of the Family 2 lec 6 clinic 4 credits NRP 106 Nursing Clinical Applications (SPN) 1 lec 7 clinic 2 credits 13 credits Required Courses Fall Start 1st Semester - Fall BIO 121 Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 lec or BIO 212 Anatomy & Physiology II 1 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits NRP 100 Role of the LPN 2 lec 2 credits NRP 101 Nursing Fundamentals 3 lec 3 lab 9 clinic 7 credits NRS 130 Pharmacology 3 lec 3 credits 16 credits 1 Anatomy and Physiology I is a prerequisite to Anatomy and Physiology II, students must achieve a C or better in order to progress in the program.

14 271 2nd Semester - Spring - Apply for graduation now ENG 111 English Composition I 3 lec 3 credits NRP 102 Nursing Care of Adults I 3 lec 9 clinic 6 credits NRP 103 Nursing Care of Adults II 3 lec 9 clinic 6 credits NTR 120 Nutrition 2 lec 2 credits 17 credits 3rd Semester - Summer NRP 104 Nursing Trends 1 lec 1 credit NRP 105 Nursing Care of Family 2 lec 6 clinic 4 credits NRP 106 Nursing Clinical Applications (SPN) 1 lec 7 clinic 2 credits PSY 260 Life Span Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 10 credits Practical Nursing Certificate Information Special Admission Requirements Entrance requirements include graduation from high school or its equivalent, and high school chemistry with a C or better. High school algebra with a C or better, or COMPASS testing to Math 105 equivalency is required. If college courses have been completed, the student must have a minimum college GPA of 2.0. The student must complete a Nurse Aid Training Program with documentation of completion or have recent equivalent work experience with written verification from the employing health agency. Students must also achieve a passing score on the Program entrance examination. Following acceptance into the program, students must meet health requirements and obtain CPR - Health Care Provider certification by the American Heart Association prior to beginning clinical courses. Contact the Program Coordinator or the Office of Enrollment Services for more information. Students are admitted in the Fall and Spring semesters on the Toledo and Findlay campuses. Enrollment is limited by availability of clinical spaces. Students who do not initially qualify for entrance into the Nursing Program may take Arts and Sciences courses as specified by the Nursing Department. Upon successful completion of these courses, the student may reapply for entrance into the program. Contact the Office of Enrollment Services for specific details and requirements. Progression/Completion Requirements All students entering or enrolled in the Nursing Program must achieve a C or better in all courses within the plan of study to progress through the program. Failure to take or pass any one of these courses with a C or better will result in the student not being able to progress in nursing courses and the student must meet with the Department Chair. Two nursing courses may be repeated one time only. All nursing courses (NRP, NRS) listed for each semester must be taken in the semester listed, depending on the semester start dates (fall or spring start). Non-nursing courses listed for each semester must be taken in the semester listed or prior to the semester listed, depending on the semester start dates (fall or spring start). Non-Academic Readmission A student who drops out during the first semester will not automatically be readmitted. The student must resubmit a request for evaluation to the Practical Nursing Certificate Program (available in the Office of the Registrar). The student will be added to the list of applicants based on date and time the form was submitted. Students who leave the program during the second or third semester for reasons other than academic may request readmission and will be readmitted providing there is course seat availability. The student may request readmission by contacting the practical nursing program coordinator. Pursuant to the Ohio Revised Code 4723 and rule of the Ohio Administrative Code, students who reenter or are readmitted to an Ohio school of nursing must meet the curriculum requirements effective at the time of readmission.

15 272 Academic Readmission If a student fails to achieve a C or better in any course within the plan of study, the student must complete the following to be considered for readmission: 1. Meet with the Program Coordinator or Department Chair to formulate a plan for readmission and complete the Request for Readmission form. 2. Contact the Office of Academic Enhancement and Counseling for assistance in developing a written academic plan (Form Number ID-A#1, 1/84) to resolve the academic problems. 3. The academic plan is submitted to the Department Chair and Dean for approval. This plan must be completed and approved to continue enrollment in the College. 4. Readmission is based on space availability. 5. If several students are petitioning to re-enter and a limited number of seats are available, priority will be given based on the date and time the readmission form was submitted. Licensure/Clinical Agency Requirements Program graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-PN examination to become Licensed Practical Nurses. Students who plan to apply to take the NCLEX must submit fingerprints to the Bureau of /Criminal Identification and Investigation within six months of taking the examination. The Ohio Board of Nursing has the right to refuse to grant licensure to applicants who have been convicted of a misdemeanor, a felony or an egregious felony as described in the ORC: Section To meet certain clinical agency requirements, background checks will also be performed prior to the first clinical experience. Based on the results of the background check, the clinical agencies may deny a student access to the clinical experience. - Program Admission Students admitted to the program: Practical Nursing Certificate = 56

16 Registered Nursing Program Career Program Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science 273 This program is designed to prepare graduates for Registered Nursing positions in a variety of healthcare settings. The program combines studies at Owens Community College with planned and guided experience in client care in healthcare facilities and community agencies. Registered Nursing Student Learning Outcomes: Registered Nursing Graduates will be able to: 1. Establish a caring, therapeutic relationship, within a culturally diverse population. 2. Utilize the nursing process and evidence based practice to make valid clinical judgments and manage care in a collaborative effort with health team members. 3. Provide a supportive and protective nursing environment, by consistently demonstrating nursing practice that reduces patient safety risk. 4. Use patterns of knowing; personal, empirical, ethical, and aesthetic, to promote health education and management. 5. Incorporate communication skills when collaborating with the patient, family members, and other health team members. 6. Apply principles of teaching and learning in the delivery of care. 7. Demonstrate responsibility and accountability for professional self-growth and for the growth of the nursing profession through mentoring of other nurses. 8. Use various health information systems and current technology to manage patient care. Required Courses 1st Semester BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits IST 100 Fundamentals of Computing (8 weeks) 1 lec 1 credit NRS 121 Nursing Concepts 1 3 lec 3 credits NRS 122 Nursing Skills 1 lec 3 lab 9 clinic 5 credits NRS 130 Pharmacology 1 3 lec 3 credits FNH 121 Basic Nutrition 2 lec 2 credits 18 credits 2nd Semester BIO 212 Anatomy & Physiology II 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits NRS 123 Adult Health Issues I 3 lec 9 clinic 6 credits NRS 131 Pathophysiology 3 lec 3 credits PSY 260 Life Span Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 19 credits 3rd Semester - Apply for graduation now BIO 231 Microbiology and Immunology 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits NRS 224 Adult Health Issues II (10 weeks) 1.8 lec 9.6 clinic 5 credits NRS 225 Adult Mental Health Issues (6 weeks) 2.5 lec 4.5 clinic 4 credits NRS 230 Community/Family Health Issues 2 lec 2 credits 18 credits 4th Semester MTH 108 Modern College Mathematics or MTH 110 Intro to College Algebra/Trig 4 lec 4 credits NRS 226 Adult Health Issues III (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 clinic 3 credits NRS 227 Maternal & Neonatal Health Iss (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 clinic 3 credits NRS 228 Child Health Issues (5 weeks) 1.7 lec 3.9 clinic 3 credits NRS 296 Nursing Clinical Applications RN 2 1 lec 7 clinic 2 credits SPE Speech Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits Campus offered: Toledo and Findlay Credits required: 73 PROGRAM Approval: Ohio Board of Nursing CURRICULUM NOTES: All Nursing Program courses must be completed within a period of four years. To earn an associate degree, a grade of C or higher must be earned in all Nursing Program courses (NRS) and all science courses (NTR 120, BIO 211, BIO 212 and BIO 231). Transfer Options: Graduates may pursue a bachelor s degree at Bowling Green State University, Lourdes College, Mercy College of Northwest Ohio, Spring Arbor University or the University of Toledo. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative or the Program Chair for more information. 1 Upon acceptance into the Registered Nursing Program, NRS 121 and NRS 130 may be taken one semester prior to NRS NRS 296 includes 112 hours of clinical experience with an RN preceptor in a community agency and 16 hours of scheduled seminars with a nursing faculty member weekly throughout the semester. 3 Select from: SPE 101, SPE 102 or SPE 210

17 274 Registered Nursing Program Information Admission Requirements Entrance requirements include graduation from high school or equivalent, ACT or SAT scores, and high school chemistry and algebra with a grade of C or better. For acceptance into the program, the applicant must earn a composite score of 20 on the enhanced ACT or equivalent score on the SAT. High school biology and physics are recommended. Students who do not qualify for entrance into the Nursing program via the ACT route may take Arts and Sciences courses as specified by the Nursing Program. Upon successful completion of these courses, the student may reapply for entrance into the Nursing Program. Contact the Office of Enrollment Services for specific details and requirements. Following acceptance into the program, students must meet health requirements and obtain CPR - Health Care Provider certification by the American Heart Association prior to beginning NRS 122. Contact the Department Chair or the Office of Enrollment Services for more information. Students are admitted in fall and spring semesters on the Toledo and Findlay Campuses. Enrollment is limited by availability of clinical spaces. Progression/Completion Requirements All students entering or enrolled in the Nursing Program must achieve a C or better in all courses within the plan of study to progress through the program. Students who fail to achieve these grades in the nursing courses must see the Department Chair. One 100 level nursing course may be repeated one time and one 200 level nursing course may be repeated one time. If a student earns a failing grade ( D or F ) in two 100 level Nursing courses or two 200 level Nursing courses, or earns a failing grade in one nursing course twice, the student is permanently dismissed from the Nursing Program and is ineligible for readmission. All nursing courses (NRS) listed for each semester must be taken in the semester listed. Non-nursing courses listed for each semester must be taken in the semester listed or prior to the semester listed. Non-Academic Readmission Students who leave the program for reasons other than academic reasons may request readmission. Students are readmitted on a space available basis. Academic Readmission A student requesting readmission due to academic reasons ( D or F in a nursing course) must complete the following before being considered: 1. The student must complete an academic readmission form available in the Nursing Office. 2. Contact the Office of Academic Enhancement and Counseling for assistance in the development of a written academic plan (Form number ID-A#1, 1/84) to resolve the academic problems. 3. The following requirements must be included in the academic plan before readmission: a. A 2.60 GPA must be achieved in the science component that includes BIO 211, BIO 212 and BIO 231. b. A 2.60 GPA must be achieved in the general education component that includes ENG 111 and ENG 112 and PSY The plan then is submitted to the Department Chair and Dean for approval. This plan must be completed and approved to continue enrollment in the College. 5. Students are readmitted on a space available basis. Pursuant to the Ohio Revised Code 4723 and rule of the Ohio Administrative Code, students who reenter or are readmitted to an Ohio school of nursing must meet the curriculum requirements effective at the time of readmission. - Program Admission Students admitted to the program: RN students = 230 Licensure/Clinical Agency Requirements Program graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examination to become Registered Nurses. Students who plan to apply to take the NCLEX must submit fingerprints to the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation within six months of taking the examination. The Ohio Board of Nursing has the right to refuse to grant licensure to applicants who have been convicted of a misdemeanor, a felony or an egregious felony as described in the ORC: Section

18 275 To meet certain clinical agency requirements, background checks will also be performed prior to the first clinical experience. Based on the results of the background check, the clinical agencies may deny a student access to the clinical experience.

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