nsg301 | undergraduate

Transition To Baccalaureate Studies

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This course introduces baccalaureate students to the nursing program and curriculum. Topics include critical thinking, collaboration, research, academic honesty, APA guidelines, and communication skills. A key focus is introducing students to professional nursing resources and university resources designed for student success.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Lifelong Personal and Professional Development

    • Reflect on personal strengths and weaknesses to determine areas for growth.
    • Analyze the alignment of educational pathways to professional goals.
    • Develop and deliver a presentation on a selected research topic.

    Planning and Preparing for Academic Success

    • Exploring university resources to support student success.
    • Determine personal and professional goals.
    • Describe your personal learning style.
    • Identify tools and resources to effectively manage time.

    Working in Teams

    • Compare and contrast various learning styles of team members.
    • Describe the benefits of team collaboration.
    • Determine effective and ineffective communication techniques when working in teams.
    • Explain problem-solving strategies for enhancing team performance.

    Research and Information Utilization

    • Describe methods of identifying peer-reviewed scholarly sources of knowledge.
    • Explore the literature to locate research related to a clinical problem.
    • Demonstrate APA citing and referencing of peer-reviewed scholarly sources.

    Written Communication and Presentation Basics

    • Interpret research findings on a clinical problem.
    • Develop a formal paper using research findings following current American Psychological Association guidelines.
    • Create a presentation appropriate for the audience.
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