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1 Nursing Dorothy Greene Jackson, PhD, RN, Director Associate Professor, Endowed Chair Medical Center Hospital Jennifer Drinkard, Administrative Assistant II Elizabeth Thomas, MPH, PhD, RN Clinical Director Vicki Thomas, PhD, RN, Chair, Academics and Research Dottie Duncan, DNP, RN, Coordinator of Nursing Simulation Center Faculty: Elizabeth Thomas, MPH, PhD, RN Clinical Director; Vicki Thomas, PhD, RN, Chair, Academics and Research; Dottie Duncan, DNP, RN, Coordinator of Nursing Simulation Center; Cassandra McDorman, BSN, RN, Retention Coach/Marketing; Patricia Stoltz, MSN, RN; Jean Eaton, MSN, RN; Jan Tinney, MSN, RN. Adjunct Faculty: Deborah McPhereson, MS, RD; Minerva Gonzales, MSN, RN; Joshua Ward, PharmD; Levi Stone, MSN, RN; Chad Dunavan, MSN, RN; Mary Anne Hanley, PhD, RN; Deborah McCullough, DNP, RN; Bob Dent, DNP, RN. Support Staff: Micah Wells, Nursing IT support; Martha Burr, MS, Nursing Admission Officer; Katherine Presley, Nursing Development Officer. General Information For information call Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) Application Deadline: March 1 for Fall admission; October 1 for Spring admission Application Available: All year round Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Science in Nursing The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree The University of Texas of the Permian Basin provides a generic pre-licensure Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN). The degree is science based, patient centered, and caring driven. The curriculum consists of four years. In the first two years of study the students take science courses with other prehealth professionals in pre-med, pre-dentistry, pre-veterinary, and kinesiology sciences. The course of study also includes courses in the social sciences that help students understand human behavior and to gain insight into the human spirit. The nursing courses begin the second two years of the curriculum. The nursing curriculum is both theoretical and practical. Students are prepared to problem-solve based on evidence and research while including the patient as the main source of information. Strong clinical experiences are provided in the community and regional healthcare facilities and in the use of technology in the UT Permian Basin state of the art Nursing Simulation Center. The BSn program at the Univerisity of Texas of the Permian Basin prepares graduates to work in a wide variety of clinical settings and provides the necessary foundation for masters and doctoral degrees in nursing. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 318

2 The professional faculty is committed to preparing graduates that are caring, scholarly and imaginative to coordinate and provide care in a variety of complex healthcare settings. Graduates of the BSN program will be prepared to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). Required Courses Core Curriculum Requirements and Nursing Major Pre-requisites (year 1 & year 2) ENGL 1301 Freshman English I 3 credits ENGL 1302 Freshman English II 3 credits HIST 1301 US History I 3 credits HIST 1302 US History II 3 credits PLSC 2305 American National Politics 3 credits PLSC 2306 State and Local Politics 3 credits PSYC 1301 Introductory Psychology 3 credits PSYC 3301 Statistics 3 credits Must be taken at UTPB PSYC 3344 Human Lifespan 3 credits MATH 1314 College algebra 3 credits* CHEM 1311/1111 General Chemistry I 4 credits* BIOL 1306/1106 General Biology 1 & lab 4 credits* BIOL 1307/1107 General Biology 2 & lab 4 credits* BIOL 2320/2121 Introductory Microbiology 4 credits* BIOL 2303 Introductory Nutrition 3 credits* Must be taken at UTPB BIOL 3350/3151 Human Anatomy & lab 4 credits* BIOL 3352/3153 Human Physiology & Lab 4 credits* Visual & Performing Arts 3 credits ENGL 2300 Series Literature 3 credits Communication 1315 or credits Communication Lab credit Above courses must be completed prior to admission to Nursing Program. *Students must make a B or above in all the required science and math courses before entering the BSN program. Nursing Major Courses (year 3 & year 4) Sophomore Summer (prior to start of nursing major) NURS 2300 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology (3 hr class/wk) Must be taken at UTPB. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 319

3 Introduction to the mechanism of drug actions and the interrelationship among pharmacological actions and pathophysiologic responses that occur in the body related to health and illness; emphasis on principles of patient safety in the administration of medications. Drug laws and regulation to promote patient and nurse safety. Prerequisites: BIOL 1306/1106; BIOL 1307/1107; BIOL 3350/3151; BIOL 3352/3153; BIOL 2302/2121. Requires Nursing advisor approval. Junior First Semester Fall NURS 3210 Health Assessment (1hr class, 3 hr clinical/wk) Application and documentation of health assessment skills needed to provide data for health promotion, and holistic and culturally congruent nursing interventions across the lifespan. Incorporation of health assessment findings as the foundation for patient-centered, culturally congruent nursing practice. Requires Nursing NURS 3220 Nursing Care Concepts of Aging Adults (1 hrs class/3 hrs clinical/wk) Examination of theories of aging, physiological changes that effect function; developmental tasks of individuals and families; and the physical, psychosocial, culturally diverse, safety, economic, ethical, legal and spiritual needs of aging adults; benefits and risks of medication use in aging. Cognitive, mental health, functional and safety assessments in aging. Requires Nursing NURS 3302 Spanish for Health Professionals (3 hrs class/wk) Knowledge of the basic conversational Spanish and the specialized medical vocabulary needed to communicate effectively concerning health status and health/illness management with Spanish-speaking patients and families. Basic anatomical terms, means to elicit patient history, cultural health practices, and explanation of procedures and therapy. Identify when to use a medical interpreter. Requires Nursing NURS 3320 Foundation of Nursing Practice (3 hr class/wk) Professional nurse role as provider of safe patient-centered, evidence-based, culturally congruent care over the life span, and health care team member and nursing profession member. History of nursing, basic concepts of evidence-based nursing practice, critical reasoning and decision-making; knowledge, judgment, values, and skills in a legal/ethical framework. Prerequisites: NURS 2300; Requires Nursing NURS 3321 Foundation of Nursing Practice Clinical (9hrs Clinical/wk) Application of basic nursing skills that support patients with common health problems and health care needs; communication skills with patients, caretakers, and other health care professionals; performance of common nursing procedures incorporating safety measures, quality care, and infection control. Documentation of performance and outcomes. Corequisite: NURS3320; Requires Nursing Advisor approval. Junior Second Semester Spring NURS 3200 Research & Nursing Informatics (2 hrs class/wk) Role of research in professional nursing practice including principles of research and critical utilization of research findings by application to evidence-based nursing practice. Core concepts of informatics, computer skills, and use of technology and informatics in clinical practice and data management. Ethical issues in research and confidentiality of patient information. Requires Nursing Senior First Semester Fall University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 320

4 NURS 3240 Mental Health Nursing (2 hrs class/wk) Evidence-based nursing concepts and theories to promote and restore mental health of individuals across the life span with mental health alterations and related physiological and psychological responses; clinical/critical reasoning and options for the safe, holistic care of persons of diverse cultures with altered mental health states including grief and loss. Corequisite: NURS Requires Nursing Advisor approval. NURS 3241 Mental Health Nursing Clinical (6 hrs clinical/wk) Application of evidence-based nursing practice and clinical/critical reasoning skills to provide holistic, safe, quality care for individuals of diverse cultures across the life span with chronic and acute mental health problems in a variety of healthcare settings. Corequisite: NURS Requires Nursing Advisor approval. NURS 3330 Medical Surgical Nursing (3 hrs class/wk) Evidence-based nursing concepts and theories to promote and restore health of adults with physiological and psychological alterations; clinical/critical reasoning and options for the safe and holistic care of persons with altered health status across the health-illness continuum and in a variety of settings. Patient advocacy relating to care options. Requires Nursing NURS 3530 Medical Surgical Nursing Clinical (15 hrs clinical/wk) Application of evidence-based nursing practice and clinical/critical reasoning skills to encourage, promote, and restore health for adults of diverse cultures with chronic and acute physiological and psychological alterations across the health-illness continuum and in a variety of healthcare settings. Accountability for quality and safety of nursing practice. Corequisite: NURS Requires Nursing NURS 4100 Genetics in Nursing (1 hr class/wk) Integration of genetic/genomic information into nursing practice, including ethical, legal, psychological and social issues. Advocate for individual rights regarding access to and use of genetic information, decision-making, and actions. Genetic/genome related history taking, patient family education and support. Incorporation of genetic/genome information in evidence based nursing care. Requires Nursing NURS 4110 Men s Health Nursing (1 hour class/wk) Overview of health promotion, maintenance, disease prevention, management, and decision-making related to health care for men. Analyze holistic, culturally congruent nursing care for men across the life span and health illness continuum, in a variety of settings. Requires Nursing NURS 4210 Pediatric Nursing (2 hrs class/wk) Nursing care of infants to adolescents and their families with emphasis on evidence-based health promotion, disease prevention and management, safety, and injury prevention. Biological and behavioral chronic and acute pediatric concerns. Culturally congruent child health and disease management and education. Corequisite: NURS 4211 Requires Nursing University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 321

5 NURS 4211 Pediatric Nursing Clinical (6 hrs clinical/wk) Application of evidence-based nursing care and clinical/critical reasoning skills to promote health and to restore health for children of diverse cultures with chronic and acute biological and mental health problems in a variety of settings. Provide education and support to caregiver to ensure safe, quality care for child. Corequisite: NURS Requires Nursing Advisor approval NURS 4310 Women s Health and Obstetrical Nursing (3 hrs class/wk) Evidence-based nursing care of women and families over their life spans and during childbearing years with emphasis on health promotion and risk reduction. Clinical/critical reasoning to provide culturally congruent care for pregnant women and newborns in a variety of settings. Advocacy for women/family preferences in care management. Corequisite: NURS 4311 Requires Nursing NURS 4311 Women s Health and Obstetrical Nursing Clinical (9 hrs clinical/wk) Application of evidence-based nursing care to women, families, and newborns. Provide care to women prenatal, during delivery, and post natal and care of the newborn. Application of clinical/critical reasoning for culturally congruent care for women and newborns in a variety of settings. Advocacy for women/family preferences in care management. Corequisite: NURS Requires Nursing Advisor approval. Senior Second Semester Spring NURS 4120 Nursing Synthesis (1 hr class /wk) Analysis and reflection of content and experiences of all previous nursing courses in the curriculum; discussion of transition from student to practice role and career trajectory; preparation for NCLEX-RN and seeking employment and residency opportunities. Requires Nursing NURS 4213 Multi-cultural Public Health Nursing Clinical (6 hrs clinical/wk) Application of evidence-based nursing practice skills to community/public health situations addressing cultural diversity, at-risk families, and vulnerable populations; nursing collaboration and interprofessional communication to explore public health systems to promote health in communities. Community assessment and planning in non-emergent and emergent situations. Advocacy for access to the healthcare system. Corequiste: NURS4313 Requires Nursing Advisor approval NURS 4220 Specialty Nursing: OR, ICU and NICU (6 hrs clinical/wk) Application of evidence-based nursing practice and critical reasoning skills to individuals over the life span with complex and high intensity health needs and services including operating room, pre and post operative, adult intensive and specialty care, and neonatal intensive care settings. Requires Nursing NURS 4313 Multi-cultural Public Health Nursing (3 hrs class/wk) Analysis of formal and informal community systems/resources and healthcare delivery systems in public health; emphasis on cultural influences on health of individuals, families, communities, and populations. Community partnerships, interprofessional communication to help families modify lifestyle and community resources to promote health. Roles, strategies, and resources for emergency management in the community. Corequiste: NURS Requires Nursing University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 322

6 NURS 4412 Leadership & Management Synthesis and Reasoning (2 hrs class, 6 hrs clinical/wk) Concepts in nursing leadership and management in the dynamic healthcare system; political and cultural influences on healthcare. Nursing practice standards; reporting and delegation rules. Clinical reasoning and synthesis of theoretical, evidence-based knowledge in planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing care. Skills in management of systems; leadership and motivation of others. Requires Nursing RN to BSN Degree Option General Information The RN-BSN nursing degree plan consists of a total of 120 semester credit hours: 64 credits devoted to the core and the required pre-professional nursing pre-requisite courses; 26 advanced placement credits awarded by successful completion of three National League for Nursing Mobility Exams; and 30 credits devoted to the courses in the RN-BSN nursing major. The RN-BSN Nursing Major Track can be completed in as little as three semesters (Semester 1; Semester 2; and Semester 3) or longer based on individual course load and prerequisite requirements. Students may pursue the RN-BSN degree part-time. It is the goal of the University for the graduates to provide evidence-based nursing care congruent with the 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) Report on the Future of Nursing, which recommended that nurses should receive higher education and training, be full partners with physicians and other healthcare professionals in redesigning health care, and be engaged in life-long learning to provide high quality safe care for a diverse population. The program is built on a person-centered framework where the patient is the most important person of the healthcare team. The Overriding Pillars of the framework are Caring, Scholarship, and Imagination. Core Curriculum Requirements and Nursing Major Pre-requisites for RN to BSN Track ENGL 1301 Freshman English I (3 credits) ENGL 1302 Freshman English II (3 credits) HIST 1301 US History I (3 credits) HIST 1302 US History II (3 credits) PLSC 2305 American National Politics (3 credits) PLSC 2306 State and Local Politics (3 credits) PSYC 1301 Introductory Psychology (3 credits) MATH 1314 College algebra (3 credits) PSYC 3301 Statistics (3 credits Must be taken at UTPB) PSYC 3344 Human Lifespan (3 credits) CHEM 1311/1111 General Chemistry I (4 credits) BIOL 1306/1106 General Biology 1 & lab (4 credits) BIOL 1307/1107 General Biology 2 & lab (4 credits) BIOL 2320/2121 Introductory Microbiology (4 credits) BIOL 3350/3151 Human Anatomy & lab (4 credits) BIOL 3352/3153 Human Physiology & Lab (4 credits) Visual & Performing Arts, ARTS 1301, DRAM 1301, MUSI 1306, or UNIV 1302 (3 credits) ENGL 2300 Series Literature (3 credits) Communication 1315 or 1321 (3 credits) Communication Lab 1114 (1 credit) *Above courses must be completed with a C or better prior to admission to the RN-BSN Track. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 323

7 Course Delivery Method and Description of the RN-BSN Track All the prerequisite general education courses may be taken at most community colleges or accredited universities, except the Psych 330, which may be taken online at UT Permian Basin. Required RN-BSN Nursing Courses will be delivered by one of two options, Online or Campus Based. The student may choose either option, but not both. The content of the courses will be the same. Online Option The online option will be conducted totally online except for required clinical practicums held in the student s local community, which will be arranged according to written agreements between the affiliating agency and UT Permian Basin. Campus based Option Students choosing the campus-based option will meet face-to-face one weekend per month, Friday and Saturday, on the UT Permian Basin campus or in pre-approved clinical settings, which require written agreements between the affiliating agency and UT Permian Basin. Other required activities will be webenhanced or conducted through Blackboard. Requirements for Admission to the RN-BSN Track are essentially the same as that of the generic BSN student with some variations. The essentials for the BSN are greater than and differ from the essentials for nurses educated at the associate degree and diploma levels in the skills for clinical reasoning, research, and public health, coordination of care, and leadership and management of patients with complex health care needs. Admission Requirements for The RN-BSN Track: 1. Must hold a current RN license to practice professional nursing in Texas or other state recognized by the NCLEX-RN Council of Nursing. 2. Must be a graduate of a professional nursing program approved by the Texas State Board of Nursing, or appropriate State Board of Nursing. 3. Must be a graduate of a nationally accredited professional nursing program. 4. Must obtain successful admission to the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. 5. After admission to UT Permian Basin, the student must contact the Nursing Admission Officer for completion of the nursing degree plan. 6. Must apply to the RN-BSN nursing degree track of the UT Permian Basin nursing program. 7. The student must complete all of the Core Curriculum requirements and the Nursing Major prerequisites with a C or better to earn the RN-BSN degree. RN-BSN Track Transfer Credit Transfer Credit granted by successful completion of the three (3) National League for Nursing Mobility Advance Placement Exams (26 credits) Biology 2303 Introductory Nutrition (3 credits) NURS 2300 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology (3 credits) NURS 3330 Medical Surgical Nursing (3 credits) University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 324

8 NURS 3530 Medical Surgical Nursing Clinical (5 credits) NURS 3240 Mental Health Nursing (2 credits) NURS 3241 Mental Health Nursing Clinical (2 credits) NURS 4310 Women s Health and Obstetrical Nursing (3 credits) NURS 4311 Women s Health and Obstetrical Nursing Clinical (3 credits) NURS 4210 Pediatric Nursing (2 credits) RN-BSN Curriculum Degree Plan for the Nursing Major (30 credits) RN-BSN Track Nursing Curriculum Degree Plan/Required Courses Semester 1 (12 credits) NURS 4150 Seminar I: Practice of Professional Nursing I (1 credit, 3 lab hrs/week) NURS 4351 Theories and Issues in Professional Nursing & Health Care (3 credits) NURS 3302 Spanish for Health Professionals (3 credits) NURS 4250 Nursing Research and Quality Improvement Science (2 credits) Approved Non-nursing elective (3 credits) (May choose from the following on-line courses: MNGT 3310 Management Concepts and Organizational Theory; MNGT 3312 Human Resource Management; MNGT 3370 Business and Society; MNGT 3311 Business Communications) Semester 2 (13 credits) NURS 4151 Seminar II: Practice of Professional Nursing II (1 credit) NURS 4450 Clinical Nursing Leadership I (2 hrs didactic, 6 hrs clinical/week) (4 credits) NURS 4313 Multicultural Public Health Nursing (3 credits) NURS 4213 Multicultural Public Health Nursing: Clinical (6 hours clinical/week) (2 credits) Required Nursing elective (3 credits) Semester 3 (5 credits) NURS 4152 Seminar III: Practice of Professional Nursing III (1 credit) NURS 4451 Clinical Nursing Leadership II (2 hrs didactic, 6 hrs clinical/week) (4 credits) University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 325

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