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1 The nursing program at DWU reflects the institution s commitment to service and leadership within the region. The associate degree nursing program provides a curriculum designed to prepare the graduate for general staff nursing positions in hospitals, long-term care facilities and other community agencies. Students accepted into the two-year nursing curriculum, available in Mitchell and Huron, can complete the required 71 credit hours in the nursing program within two years and two summer sessions. Courses for the required 25 nursing credits in the one-year LPN-RN curriculum, offered on the Southeast Technical Institute campus in Sioux Falls, are designed for licensed practical nurses (LPNs) to enhance knowledge of human health needs and nursing interventions while developing management of care skills needed by the registered nurse (RN) in the current health setting. Upon successful completion of the program and upon full payment of all money due to the university, the graduate will receive the associate of arts degree and will have satisfied the academic requirements necessary for eligibility to take the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) for licensure as an RN. The A.A. nursing program was awarded continuing accreditation by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) through 2011 and is approved by the South Dakota Board of Nursing. Information about the nursing program may be obtained from NLNAC, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 500, Atlanta GA 30326; Phone: ; Fax: or The nursing program includes nursing and non-nursing courses. Graduates of a NLNAC-accredited associate of arts degree nursing program may apply the hours of nursing credit earned as a minor toward a non-nursing Bachelor of Arts degree at Dakota Wesleyan University. Students may have the opportunity to take online support and general education courses while completing the A.A. plan of study. Role development courses (NUR 104, NUR 204, and NUR 205) are delivered online in Mitchell. Licensed practical nurses and applicants with previous learning in nursing may be enrolled with advanced placement in the nursing curriculum. Credit for science courses taken 10 years ago or more must be validated by successful completion of a test or retaking the course. The university may waive this requirement for applicants who maintain current knowledge in the sciences by working in nursing. Applicants who enroll with credit for previous learning must take at least the last 23 hours of nursing courses at DWU in order to graduate from the nursing program. Nursing students who enter the nursing program with credit for prior learning in nursing are required to take NUR 105 before or concurrently with the nursing course taken in the nursing program in Mitchell or Huron. Students who are licensed practical nurses must hold and maintain active licensure in South Dakota throughout the course of study. Dakota Wesleyan University Department of Nursing has contracts for nursing student clinical experiences with Avera Queen of Peace Hospital/Avera Brady Health and Rehab, Mitchell; Huron Regional Medical Center, Huron; Avera St. Benedict Health Center, Parkston; Avera McKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls; Sanford Health, Sioux Falls; Veterans Administration Medical Center, Sioux Falls; Firesteel Healthcare Center, Mitchell; Sun Quest Health Care Center, Huron; Violet Tschetter Memorial Home, Huron; Human Services Center, Yankton; Community Counseling, Huron; and other hospitals and community agencies across the state. Clinical rotations may require some travel. Policies described in Academic Regulations and in the DWU Catalog and in the DWU Student Handbook apply to nursing students; however, because of the nature of the program, additional policies regarding health requirements, class and clinical attendance, grading scale and progression are available to nursing students in the DWU A.A. Nursing Student Handbook. There are specific laws and rules regulating nursing in South Dakota that list reasons a license to practice nursing may be denied, revoked or suspended. Questions regarding these rules should be clarified by seeking advice from the South Dakota Board of Nursing at (605) before admission into the nursing program. A candidate for licensure as a registered nurse must have the abilities and skills that enable him/her to acquire essential specialized knowledge and to use this knowledge in planning and delivering nursing care. A copy of Abilities, Skills and Characteristics Essential for Admission and Retention in the Dakota Wesleyan University Nursing Program, included in the DWU A.A. Nursing Student Handbook, is available from the department of nursing. Nursing students are expected to verify that they have the physical, emotional and other capabilities required to function as a nursing student and as a registered nurse. Admission may be denied or revoked if a student is unable to meet these basic abilities and skills. Nursing students are expected to adhere to the principles of the Code of Ethics for Nurses, adopted by the American Nurses Association, which communicates a standard of professional behavior throughout the nursing

2 program. A copy of the American Nurses Association s Code of Ethics for Nurses is included in the DWU A.A. Nursing Student Handbook. Associate of Arts in Nursing Admission Requirements (Mitchell and Huron) Students who wish to be considered for the nursing or pre-nursing program must provide documentation of the following requirements: ACT composite score of 18 or above; reading placement of 11 or above, or an 18 or above in the reading portion of the ACT; and High school or college cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above. Transfer students must provide documentation of earning a minimum grade of C in English composition and C- in other prerequisite courses at an accredited college or university. Science courses must be completed in the past 10 years. No support course can be repeated more than one time. First priority for admission to the A.A. nursing program is given to applicants meeting all admission requirements by Feb. 1. Qualified applicants will be admitted on a space available basis after Feb. 1. If there is not an available opening in the A.A. nursing program, students who have met admission requirements and been accepted will be put on a waiting list and be notified by admissions if an opening becomes available. A.A. Clinical Requirements Documentation of the following requirements must be provided before students can participate in clinical experiences. Medical Information requirements for nursing students (including immunizations) Current CPR certification (adult, child, infant, AED) Completion of criminal background check DWU A.A. nursing students are covered under a blanket professional liability insurance policy ($1,000,000 per occurrence and $5,000,000 aggregate), which only covers the student while he/she is participating in clinical learning experiences for the DWU A.A. Nursing Program. An admission appeal process exists for students who do not meet the above requirements but have extenuating circumstances. Address written requests for exceptions to the admission requirements policy to the Nursing Admission Committee and mail to Admissions, DWU Campus Box 902, 1200 West University Avenue, Mitchell, SD Associate of Arts in Nursing (Mitchell and Huron) Admitted nursing students are required to demonstrate specific nurse aide competencies or successfully complete a nurse aide course before entering NUR 101. The opportunity to demonstrate nurse aide competencies or complete a nurse aide course is offered at Dakota Wesleyan University before classes begin in August. Students must take nursing courses in sequence. Fall Semester, First Year Hours (Theory and Clinical) * NUR 101 Promoting Adaptation: Adult Health I 6 (5, 1) * LST 101 Learn Strong I: Discover of the Self 1 BIO 211 Human Anatomy 4 CHM 113 Physiological Chemistry 3 PSY 131 General Psychology 3 Spring Semester, First Year NUR 102 Promoting Adaptation: Adult Health II 7 (4, 3) * BIO 222 Microbiology 4 BIO 312 Human Physiology 4 Summer, First Year NUR 103 Promoting Adaptation: Behavioral Health 3 (2.5,.5) *

3 NUR 104 Role Development I 1 Fall Semester, Second Year NUR 200 Promoting Adaptation: Adult Health III 6 (4, 2) * NUR 201 Promoting Adaptation: Women s Health and Childbearing 3 (2.5,.5) * NUR 204 Role Development II 1 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 PSY 237 Developmental Psychology 3 Spring Semester, Second Year NUR 202 Promoting Adaptation: Child Health 3 (2.5,.5) * NUR 203 Promoting Adaptation: Adult Health IV 6 (4, 2) * NUR 205 Role Development III 1 CTH 101 Fundamentals of Speech Communication 3 SOC 152 Introduction to Sociology 3 Summer, Second Year NUR 250 Promoting Adaptation: Practicum 3 (0 * Credit hours of nursing theory and clinical (i.e. NUR 101 is 6 credits, with five hours of theory and three hours of clinical per week). Each clinical credit in nursing courses equals three clinical hours per week. Course Descriptions for AA Nursing (Mitchell and Huron) 100 Medical Terminology 2 hours (Elective) F,S (Online) This course is the study of medical terminology. It includes the definition and use of medical terms common to many healthrelated professionals. 101 Promoting Adaptation Adult Health I 6 hours (5, 1) F This clinical course provides an introduction to the roles of the associate degree nurse and to the major concepts identified in the conceptual framework. Students will study the healthy human, nursing process, critical thinking, therapeutic nursing interventions and communication with an emphasis on caring. The primary focus is on the wellness segment of the health/illness continuum in the adult client. An additional fee is required. Prerequisite: Nurse Aide Competency. Prerequisites or co requisites: BIO 211 and CHM Promoting Adaptation Adult Health II 7 hours (4, 3) S This clinical course builds on the concepts presented in NUR 101. Major emphasis is on the individual s deviations from health and use of the nursing process and caring concepts in assisting the client in adapting to stressors and in regaining homeostasis. Opportunities are available for the student to use the nursing process in caring for selected adult clients with deviations from health. An additional fee is required. Prerequisites: BIO 211, CHM 113 and NUR 101. Prerequisite or co requisite: BIO Promoting Adaptation: Behavioral Health 3 hours (2.5,.5) SU This clinical course identifies major stressors that interfere with an individual s ability to meet basic emotional needs and achieve developmental tasks, resulting in problems and emotional illness. Opportunities are available for the student to use the nursing process and caring concepts when interacting with patients who have emotional problems and behavioral disorders. An additional fee is required. Prerequisites: NUR 102 and PSY 131. Prerequisite or co requisite: NUR 104; NUR 105 if student entered with prior learning. 104 Role Development I 1 hour SU The focus of this non-clinical course is to prepare the associate degree graduate for a professional nursing role that is consistent with present and future trends in local and regional health care delivery. Students will focus on their role as members within the profession of nursing, which expands on the roles of provider of care and manager of care in subsequent courses. Opportunities will be given to the learner to analyze self-behaviors that reflect caring in the nurse. Prerequisite: NUR 102. Prerequisite or co requisite: NUR 103; NUR 105 if student entered with prior learning.

4 105 Introduction to Associate Degree Nursing 1 hour TBA This course is required of individuals entering the nursing program at the university with credit for previous learning in nursing. It is designed to acquaint the student with the philosophy, purpose and objectives, conceptual framework and expected competencies of graduates of the associate degree nursing program. Students will consider and compare the four types of programs leading to nursing licensure. The course also introduces the nursing process, care plans, medication cards, departmental policies, nasogastric tubes, intravenous therapy and ethical and legal considerations. Practice in selected technical skills in the nursing lab is included, as well as a review of basic mathematics as related to medications. An additional fee is required. 190 Nursing Leadership Seminar 1 hour TBA This course provides supplemental learning opportunities for nursing students to develop attributes and competencies needed by future nurse leaders. This course will be offered in a seminar format, along with providing flexibility to each student in determining the specific focus of a course project related to developing nursing leadership skills in nursing. 200 Promoting Adaptation: Adult Health III 6 hours (4, 2) F This clinical course builds on the concepts presented in all first-year nursing courses. Major emphasis is on the individual s deviations from health, use of the nursing process, and caring concepts in assisting the patient with more complex needs in adapting to stressors and regaining or maintaining homeostasis. Opportunities are available for the student to use the nursing process in caring for adult patients with more complex needs, in collaboration with health care members. An additional fee is required. Prerequisites: BIO 222, BIO 312, NUR 103 and NUR 104. Prerequisites or co requisites: NUR 201 and NUR Promoting Adaptation: Women s Health and Childbearing 3 hours (2.5,.5) F This course focuses on the study of nursing interventions to assist women during the childbearing years. It is a clinical course that applies the nursing process to family-centered maternal care, newborn care and some gynecologic care in health and illness. An additional fee is required. Prerequisites: BIO 222, BIO 312, NUR 103 and NUR 104. Prerequisites or co requisites: NUR 200 and NUR Promoting Adaptation: Child Health 3 hours (2.5,.5) S This clinical course builds on the concepts presented in all first-year and first-semester second-year nursing courses. Major emphases are on normal children and children with deviations from health. The student uses the nursing process and caring concepts to assist the child and his/her parents meet complex needs as he/she adapts to stressors, maintains or restores health and/or prevents the development of illness. Opportunities are available for the student to use the nursing process in providing holistic care to a child and his/her family, in collaboration with health care members. An additional fee is required. Prerequisites: BIO 222, BIO 312, NUR 200, NUR 201 and NUR 204. Prerequisites or co requisites: NUR 203, NUR 205 and PSY Promoting Adaptation: Adult Health IV 6 hours (4, 2) S This clinical course builds on the concepts presented in all first-year and first-semester second-year nursing courses. Major emphasis is placed on adults with multiple system involvement. Students will use critical thinking to link new concepts to their current knowledge base. Opportunities are available for the student to use the nursing process and caring concepts to provide holistic nursing care. An additional fee is required. Prerequisites: NUR 200, NUR 201 and NUR 204. Prerequisites or co requisites: NUR 202 and NUR Role Development II 1 hour F The focus of this non-clinical course is to prepare the associate degree graduate for a professional nursing role that is consistent with present and future trends in national and local health care delivery. In this course, students will focus on the associate degree roles of manager of care and member within the profession of nursing, which expands on the role of provider of care. Opportunities are available for students to analyze self-behaviors that reflect professional values in the nurse. Prerequisites: NUR 102, NUR 103 and NUR 104. Prerequisites or co requisites: NUR 200 and NUR Role Development III 1 hour S The focus of this non-clinical course is to build on the information and skills developed in NUR 204. Students will continue to prepare for a professional nursing role that requires competencies in patient care management at the entry level.

5 Prerequisites: NUR 200, NUR 201 and NUR 204. Prerequisites or co requisites: NUR 202 and NUR Promoting Adaptation: Practicum 3 hours (0,3) SU This clinical course is planned to assist the nursing student s move into the role of the associate degree registered nurse with increased ease and assurance. Students will experience a one-to-one relationship with a registered nurse preceptor who serves as a role model and provides immediate feedback to the student. Clinical experience will provide maximum opportunities for synthesizing theory in a clinical setting. An additional fee is required. This course is offered Credit/No Credit only. Prerequisites: All required nursing and non-nursing courses; all requirements for graduation are to be completed before beginning coursework for NUR 250. For additional information, contact Adele Jacobson at

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