Spring 2018 Class Schedule (ARC)



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NURSE 100    Nurse Assistant    6 Units

Prerequisite: ESLW 50, ESLR 50, and ESLL 50; OR ENGWR 50 and ENGRD 15; OR ENGWR 56; OR ENGRD 56; OR evaluation through assessment at ARC assessment center.
Enrollment Limitation: Prior to the first class the following requirements must be submitted for review: (1.) Proof of physical exam within one year prior to class. (2.) Proof of negative tuberculin (TB) skin test within six months prior to class. (3.) If TB skin test result is positive, proof of inactive TB chest x-ray within one year prior to class. (4.) Spring semester student must submit proof of having a current season influenza vaccine. Fall semester student must submit proof of current season influenza vaccine when the vaccine becomes available. (5.) Nurse Assistant initial application (CDPH 283B) which holds student accountable to make a check mark in the NO box to any felony conviction listed on the CNA certification automatic denial penal code list from the CA Department of Public Health Health (CDPH), Aide and Technician Certification Section (ATCS). ATCS 98-4 (4/02) (6.) proof of English prerequisite.
Hours: 63 hours LEC ; 135 hours LAB
Description: This course leads to the nurse assistant certification exam. Emphasis is on the gerontological nursing assistant's role and responsibilities as a health care team member. Other key components in this course are principles of asepsis, infection control, resident care skills, and emotional, social, and spiritual needs of the resident.

Schedule: Other Term, Jan 23-Apr 11

TW10:00AM-02:50PMLECJ.BlaneyARC MAIN HeEd 70210673Textbook
TW10:00AM-12:50PMLECJ.BlaneyARC MAIN HeEd 70210673Textbook
W10:00AM-12:50PMLECJ.BlaneyARC MAIN HeEd 70210673Textbook
W10:00AM-02:50PMLECJ.BlaneyARC MAIN HeEd 70210673Textbook
Th10:00AM-12:50PMLECJ.BlaneyARC MAIN HeEd 70210673Textbook
NOTE: Lecture dates are 1/23, 1/24, 1/25, 1/30, 1/31, 2/1, 2/6, 2/7, 2/8, 2/13, 2/14, 2/15, 2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 4/11

Schedule: Other Term, Jan 31-Apr 19

TTh01:00PM-04:50PMLABJ.Blaney TBA TBA
TTh04:55PM-08:00PMLABJ.Blaney TBA TBA
TW01:00PM-02:50PMLABJ.Blaney TBA TBA
W01:00PM-02:50PMLABJ.Blaney TBA TBA
Enrollment in Nurse 100 is by department consent only. Students must complete an application. Instructions and the application are found on the nursing website.


NOTE: Lab dates are: 2/20, 2/22, 2/27, 3/1, 3/6, 3/8, 3/13, 3/15, 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, 4/5, 4/10, 4/12, 4/17, 4/19


NURSE 101    Home Health Aide    2 Units

Prerequisite: Proof of having completed a CA approved nurse assistant course or proof of current California nurse assistant certification
Hours: 27 hours LEC ; 27 hours LAB
Description: This course focuses on home health nurse aide responsibilities: personal and rehabilitation nursing care in the home, skills of maintaining a safe home environment, meal planning and preparation, emotional care of the homebound, and home emergency procedures. NURSE 101 course information packet is available on-line at the ARC Nursing Program website.

Schedule: Other Term, Apr 24-May 02

TW09:00AM-11:50AMLECJ.BlaneyARC MAIN HeEd 70212965Textbook
TW12:00PM-03:05PMLECJ.BlaneyARC MAIN HeEd 70212965Textbook
Students must be a Certified Nursing Assistant to enroll in this course. This course runs over three weeks, there are four (4) lecture dates: 4/24, 4/25, 5/1, 5/2 and four (4) lab dates: 4/26, 5/3, 5/8, 5/10. Students must attend all dates to be awarded a certificate.

Schedule: Other Term, Apr 26-May 10

Th01:30PM-06:00PMLABJ.BlaneyOff Campus Hospital
Th06:10PM-08:00PMLABJ.BlaneyOff Campus Hospital
T01:30PM-06:00PMLABJ.BlaneyOff Campus Hospital
T06:10PM-08:00PMLABJ.BlaneyOff Campus Hospital
Enrollment in Nurse 101 is by department consent only. Students must complete an application. Instructions for the application are found on the nursing website.


NURSE 341    Introduction to the Childbirth Support Profession: A DONA-Approved Birth Doula Workshop    1.5 Units

Prerequisite: None.
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 27 hours LEC
Description: This course prepares individuals to become professional labor support providers (birth doulas) and meets the didactic requirements for certification as a birth doula through DONA (Doulas of North America) International. Course content is also beneficial for current healthcare providers and those preparing for professions in the perinatal field. This course provides a foundation in reproductive anatomy and physiology, fetal development, perinatal care practices, and clinical terminology. It covers professional standards and ethics, business practices, values clarification, and communication skills. It introduces techniques for providing comfort, examines methods for facilitating the labor process and supporting the mother-baby dyad, and focuses on the emotional and psychological aspects of the birth experience with its significance for women's future self-concept and self-efficacy.

Schedule: Eight Week - First, Jan 13-Mar 12

T12:00PM-03:10PMLECK.FoxARC MAIN HeEd 70013347Textbook

NURSE 400    Nursing, Patient, and Healthcare Concepts I    10.5 Units

Prerequisite: None.
Corequisite: SPEECH 301
Enrollment Limitation: Acceptance into the Associate Degree Nursing Program
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 81 hours LEC ; 324 hours LAB
Description: This course introduces essential concepts of safe and effective nursing care for patients across the lifespan, utilizing the nursing process and evidence based practice. It focuses on the introduction of the wellness/illness continuum and the core competencies of clinical practice. The competencies include communication, leadership, patient centered care, professionalism, safety, teamwork and collaboration, evidence based practice, informatics and technology, and quality improvement. The clinical laboratory experience is designed to facilitate the fundamental acquisition of the core competencies of clinical practice. Emphasis is placed on health assessment across the lifespan, recognition of alterations from the norm, safety for patients and providers of care, interpersonal communication, patient centered care, ethics, and safe, evidence based technical skill interventions.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

T07:30AM-11:45AMLECC.Harris-NeblettARC MAIN HeEd 710
T07:30AM-11:45AMLECC.GarnerARC MAIN HeEd 710
M09:30AM-11:00AMLECC.Harris-NeblettARC MAIN HeEd 713
M09:30AM-11:00AMLECC.GarnerARC MAIN HeEd 713
M09:30AM-11:00AMLECC.Harris-NeblettARC MAIN HeEd 713
M09:30AM-11:00AMLECC.GarnerARC MAIN HeEd 713
M09:30AM-11:00AMLECC.Harris-NeblettARC MAIN HeEd 713
M09:30AM-11:00AMLECC.GarnerARC MAIN HeEd 713
M09:30AM-11:00AMLECC.Harris-NeblettARC MAIN HeEd 713
Mandatory Orientation: Friday December 8, 2017 07:30AM-4:00PM Rm HEED 710
Each student enrolled in NURSE 400 is required to attend this orientation.
Lecture also meets 4 Mondays: 2/5,3/5, 4/2, & 4/23

M09:30AM-11:00AMLECC.GarnerARC MAIN HeEd 713
Mandatory Orientation: Friday December 8, 2017 07:30AM-4:00PM Rm HEED 710
Each student enrolled in NURSE 400 is required to attend this orientation.
Lecture also meets 4 Mondays: 2/5,3/5, 4/2, & 4/23

ThF06:30AM-09:40AMLABTBAARC MAIN HeEd 71010159Textbook
ThF09:50AM-03:40PMLABTBAARC MAIN HeEd 71410159Textbook
ThF02:30PM-07:00PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 10159Textbook
ThF07:10PM-11:40PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 10159Textbook
ThF06:30AM-09:40AMLABC.Harris-Neblett TBA TBA10160Textbook
ThF09:50AM-03:40PMLABC.Harris-Neblett TBA TBA10160Textbook
ThF06:00AM-10:30AMLABC.Harris-NeblettOff Campus Hospital 10160Textbook
ThF10:40AM-03:10PMLABC.Harris-NeblettOff Campus Hospital 10160Textbook
ThF06:30AM-09:40AMLABC.Garner TBA TBA10828Textbook
ThF09:50AM-03:40PMLABC.Garner TBA TBA10828Textbook
ThF06:00AM-10:30AMLABC.GarnerOff Campus Hospital 10828Textbook
ThF10:40AM-03:10PMLABC.GarnerOff Campus Hospital 10828Textbook
ThF06:30AM-09:40AMLABTBA TBA TBA10842Textbook
ThF09:50AM-03:40PMLABTBA TBA TBA10842Textbook
ThF02:30PM-07:00PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 10842Textbook
ThF07:10PM-11:40PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 10842Textbook

NURSE 410    Nursing, Patient, and Healthcare Concepts II    10.5 Units

Prerequisite: NURSE 400 and SPEECH 301 with grades of "C" or better
Corequisite: ANTH 310, ANTH 481, SOC 300, or SOC 480
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 81 hours LEC ; 324 hours LAB
Description: This course applies concepts of safe and effective nursing care for children, adults, and families, concentrating on healthcare needs on the wellness/illness continuum across the lifespan. It focuses on nursing management of the patient's response to health alterations as well as health promotion for childbearing and childrearing families through the application of nursing knowledge, nursing process, and evidence based practice. The clinical laboratory experience is designed to facilitate the development of the core competencies of clinical practice: communication, leadership, patient centered care, professionalism, safety, teamwork and collaboration, evidence based practice, informatics and technology, and quality improvement. Emphasis is placed on family communication, patient education, teamwork and collaboration, clinical judgment, and management of care.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

W09:30AM-02:20PMLECD.JohnstonARC MAIN HeEd 710
W09:30AM-02:20PMLECL.NowickiARC MAIN HeEd 710
M11:30AM-01:00PMLECD.JohnstonARC MAIN HeEd 713
M11:30AM-01:00PMLECL.NowickiARC MAIN HeEd 713
M11:30AM-01:00PMLECD.JohnstonARC MAIN HeEd 713
M11:30AM-01:00PMLECL.NowickiARC MAIN HeEd 713
M11:30AM-01:00PMLECD.JohnstonARC MAIN HeEd 713
M11:30AM-01:00PMLECL.NowickiARC MAIN HeEd 713
M11:30AM-01:00PMLECD.JohnstonARC MAIN HeEd 713
Lecture Meets 4 Mondays: 2/5, 3/5, 4/9 & 4/30

M11:30AM-01:00PMLECL.NowickiARC MAIN HeEd 713
Lecture Meets 4 Mondays: 2/5, 3/5, 4/9 & 4/30

ThF05:45AM-10:15AMLABD.JohnstonOff Campus Hospital 10162Textbook
ThF10:25AM-02:55PMLABD.JohnstonOff Campus Hospital 10162Textbook
ThF05:45AM-10:15AMLABL.NowickiOff Campus Hospital 10163Textbook
ThF10:25AM-02:35PMLABL.NowickiOff Campus Hospital 10163Textbook
ThF01:45PM-06:15PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 10164Textbook
ThF06:25PM-10:55PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 10164Textbook

NURSE 420    Nursing, Patient, and Healthcare Concepts III    10.5 Units

Prerequisite: NURSE 410 with a grade of "C" or better; SOC 300 or SOC 480, and ANTH 310 or ANTH 481, with a grade of "C" or better.
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 81 hours LEC ; 324 hours LAB
Description: This course adapts concepts of safe and effective nursing care for adults experiencing acute and chronic alterations across the wellness/illness continuum. It focuses on nursing management of the adult patient's response to physical and mental health alterations through the application of nursing knowledge, nursing process, and evidence based practice. The clinical laboratory experience is designed to facilitate the development of the core competencies of clinical practice: communication, leadership, patient centered care, professionalism, safety, teamwork and collaboration, evidence based practice, informatics and technology, and quality improvement. Emphasis is placed on clinical judgment, inter-professional communication, patient centered care, safety, and team collaboration.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

M08:00AM-12:30PMLECK.MentinkARC MAIN HeEd 710
M08:00AM-12:30PMLECJ.BonhamARC MAIN HeEd 710
M08:00AM-12:30PMLECM.KraftARC MAIN HeEd 710
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECK.MentinkARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECJ.BonhamARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECM.KraftARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECK.MentinkARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECJ.BonhamARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECM.KraftARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECK.MentinkARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECJ.BonhamARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECM.KraftARC MAIN HeEd 713
Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECK.MentinkARC MAIN HeEd 713
Lecture Meets 4 Thursdays: 2/1, 2/22, 4/5, 5/3

Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECJ.BonhamARC MAIN HeEd 713
Lecture Meets 4 Thursdays: 2/1, 2/22, 4/5, 5/3

Th09:30AM-11:00AMLECM.KraftARC MAIN HeEd 713
Lecture Meets 4 Thursdays: 2/1, 2/22, 4/5, 5/3

TW05:45AM-10:15AMLABJ.BonhamOff Campus Hospital 10227Textbook
TW10:25AM-02:55PMLABJ.BonhamOff Campus Hospital 10227Textbook
TW06:15AM-10:45AMLABK.MentinkOff Campus Hospital 10228Textbook
TW10:55AM-03:25PMLABK.MentinkOff Campus Hospital 10228Textbook
TW05:45AM-10:15AMLABM.KraftOff Campus Hospital 10229Textbook
TW10:25AM-02:55PMLABM.KraftOff Campus Hospital 10229Textbook
TW01:45PM-02:35PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 11705Textbook
TW02:45PM-07:15PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 11705Textbook
TW07:25PM-11:30PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 11705Textbook
TW01:45PM-02:35PMLABP.BagleyOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook
TW01:45PM-02:35PMLABJ.StraubOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook
TW01:45PM-02:35PMLABM.KraftOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook
TW02:45PM-07:15PMLABP.BagleyOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook
TW02:45PM-07:15PMLABJ.StraubOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook
TW02:45PM-07:15PMLABM.KraftOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook
TW07:25PM-11:30PMLABP.BagleyOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook
TW07:25PM-11:30PMLABJ.StraubOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook
TW07:25PM-11:30PMLABM.KraftOff Campus Hospital 20392Textbook

NURSE 430    Nursing, Patient, and Healthcare Concepts IV    10.5 Units

Prerequisite: NURSE 420 with a grade of "C" or better
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 81 hours LEC ; 324 hours LAB
Description: This course integrates concepts of safe and effective nursing care for individuals and groups of patients across the lifespan. It is designed to facilitate integration of knowledge, evidence based practice, and clinical judgment in the management of patients with complex healthcare needs, and to facilitate the student's transition into the profession of nursing. Clinical judgment skills are enhanced through advanced clinical experiences and role transition opportunities. The clinical laboratory experience is designed to facilitate the development and demonstration of the core competencies of clinical practice: communication, leadership, patient centered care, professionalism, safety, teamwork and collaboration, evidence based practice, informatics and technology, and quality improvement. Emphasis is placed on evidence based practice, quality improvement, team collaboration concepts, managing care for groups of patients, the role of the nurse in a systems based practice, inter-professional collaboration, legal precepts, and health policy.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

Th12:00PM-04:30PMLECD.Aucoin-RatcliffARC MAIN HeEd 710
Th12:00PM-04:30PMLECJ.KleemannARC MAIN HeEd 710
Th12:00PM-04:30PMLECL.ParrinellaARC MAIN HeEd 710
TW01:45PM-02:35PMLABD.Aucoin-RatcliffOff Campus Hospital 10231Textbook
TW02:45PM-07:15PMLABD.Aucoin-RatcliffOff Campus Hospital 10231Textbook
TW07:25PM-11:30PMLABD.Aucoin-RatcliffOff Campus Hospital 10231Textbook
TW12:45PM-01:35PMLABJ.KleemannOff Campus Hospital 10232Textbook
TW01:45PM-06:15PMLABJ.KleemannOff Campus Hospital 10232Textbook
TW06:25PM-10:30PMLABJ.KleemannOff Campus Hospital 10232Textbook
T07:00AM-07:30PMLABL.ParrinellaOff Campus Hospital 10233Textbook
W07:00AM-07:30PMLABL.ParrinellaOff Campus Hospital 10233Textbook
W07:00AM-07:30PMLABL.ParrinellaOff Campus Hospital 10233Textbook
W07:00AM-07:30PMLABL.ParrinellaOff Campus Hospital 10233Textbook
TBATBALABL.Parrinella TBA TBA10233Textbook
Lab dates are 12 hours shifts on the following dates: 1/30, 2/6, 2/7, 2/13, 2/20, 2/21, 2/27, 3/6, 3/7, 3/13, 3/14, 3/20.

TW01:45PM-02:35PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 12750Textbook
TW02:45PM-07:15PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 12750Textbook
TW07:25PM-11:30PMLABTBAOff Campus Hospital 12750Textbook

Spring 2018 Class Schedule

Updated: December 15, 2017