Clinical Experience 1

NRSG 1024

Course description

Students have the opportunity to apply theoretical concepts to maintain and promote health and healing with individuals in nursing practice settings. Students learn and practice the caring concepts including competency, connectedness, health and health promotion, critical thinking, and professionalism.



Course Hours



Post Secondary level BIOL 1001 Anatomy and Physiology-Intro Minimum Grade of 65
and Post Secondary level NRSG 1004 Intro to Health and Wellness Minimum Grade of 65
and Post Secondary level NRSG 1025 FHA Minimum Grade of P
and (Post Secondary level NRSG 1026 Clinical Preparations Minimum Grade of P
or Post Secondary level NRSG 1023 NPP: Community Experience Minimum Grade of P)

Students registering for credit courses for the first time must declare a program at the point of registration. Declaring a program does not necessarily mean students must complete a program, individual courses may be taken for skill improvement and upgrading.

For more information, please contact Continuing Education