Metropolitan Community College offers many flexible scheduling options to you meet degree requirements while balancing work and life. For convenience, we have listed our classes in alphabetical order.
Important: MCC recently updated the BSAD course designator for its business courses to either BUSN or ACCT. Please refer to the Business Course Crosswalk (PDF) to determine the name of the new BUSN or ACCT course that will fulfill the BSAD requirement on your degree plan.
RNUR 141 - Adult Nursing I (3 credits)
Prerequisite: PSYC 243, RNUR 126, RNUR 131 & BIOL 208 (BIOL 208 can be taken concurrently). Adult Nursing I is the first of three medical-surgical nursing courses and builds upon the basic nursing content and skills learned in Fundamentals of Professional Nursing and Essential Nursing Concepts. Gerontological concepts are presented along with selected medical-surgical problems associated with this population. The nursing process will serve as the framework to integrate the concepts of legal/ethical issues, culture and ethnicity, developmental stages/tasks, and communication. Emphasis is placed on identifying physiological and psychological changes of clients aged 65 and older.
1 session(s) offered.
|Class # 10444||Instructor: Loretta Rosson Rollings||Session: Regular Academic Session|
|Lecture||Time: 08:30AM-11:30AM||Days: W||Video Conferencing|
|Notes||Course will meet via video conferencing on days/times listed. Please check your schedule to determine the appropriate campus for book purchase or online at https://mcckc.edu/bookstores.|
|Enrollment||To enroll, you'll need the class # (e.g. 46421) for each of your selected classes.|
|Textbooks||To find textbooks, required for your class, you'll need to know the class#, campus and term.|
|Support Services||Students with documented disabilities may request assistance at Disability Support Services offices.|
Fees may change on a per semester basis; refer to the Tuition page for more information about tuition and fees.
The purpose of this schedule is to provide information. It does not constitute a contract. Classes may be added, combined or cancelled and instructors may be changed at the discretion of Metropolitan Community College.