Fall 2018 Class Schedule (SCC)

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NURSE 315    Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing    3 Units

Prerequisite: None.
Advisory: BIOL 100 (Introduction to Concepts of Human Anatomy and Physiology) with a "C" or better
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course is an introduction to the science of pharmacology and nursing. The role of the nurse in safely administering medications and evaluating the therapeutic response is emphasized. Drug classifications and their actions, interactions, and adverse effects, are specifically related to patient developmental stages and nursing professional standards.

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 25-Dec 20

TBATBALECG.WagnerSCC MAIN Online 16567Textbook
Online Class. Orientation will be online. See
SCC elearning-Canvas for further details.

TBATBALECG.WagnerOff Campus Online 19012Textbook
Online Class. Orientation will be online. See SCC elearning-Canvas for further details.
Off-Campus - West Sacramento Center, 1115 West Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento.

NURSE 325    Medical Dosage Calculations    1 Unit

Prerequisite: None.
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 18 hours LEC
Description: This course prepares students to accurately calculate oral and parenteral drug dosages for medication administration. Students will learn three systems of measurement and conversion from one system to another. Basic flow rates of IV fluids will be covered. Course content will also include: 1) review of basic arithmetic operations used in dosage calculations; 2) interpretation of drug labels; 3) common medical abbreviations used in dosage calculations; 4) use of the following methods: basic formulas, ratio and proportion, fractional equation, and dimensional analysis in dosage calculations. Calculators will not be used in this course.

Schedule: Eight Week - Second, Oct 18-Dec 14

Th01:00PM-03:05PMLECR.DhandaSCC MAIN T08 218445Textbook

NURSE 407    Fundamentals of Health and Nursing Care    12 Units

Prerequisite: See Enrollment limitations
Advisory: FCS 324, NUTRI 300, or PSYC 370; with grades of "C" or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Acceptance into the Registered (Associate Degree) Nursing Program and completion of BIOL 430, BIOL 431, and BIOL 440 with grades of "C" or better and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. PSYC 300 or PSYC 480; ENGWR 300 or ENGWR 480 or, COMM 301 or COMM 331; SOC 321 or ANTH 310 or ANTH 481 with grades of "C" or better and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better. It is strongly recommended that students complete all general education requirements (Area I-VI) and competency requirements (reading, writing, and mathematics) prior to application to the program.
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 108 hours LEC ; 324 hours LAB
Description: This course utilizes the conceptual framework of the curriculum (Basic Human Needs, Life Cycle Development, Health Illness Continuum, Significant Health Problems, and Stress Adaptation) to provide the foundation for the following three semesters of the program. It includes an introduction to professional nursing, its evolution, present trends and issues, legal aspects, and concepts underlying current practice. Basic principles of delegation, management, teamwork, and collaboration are introduced and integrated into appropriate content. The theory and related clinical experiences prepare the student to apply the nursing process when providing direct patient care to patients with common medical surgical problems, with a focus on basic human needs. The student is introduced to critical thinking and clinical decision-making, while using evidence-based practice to support patients' adaptive mechanisms for attaining and maintaining wellness during early, middle, and late adulthood. The sub concepts integrated throughout the course are personal hygiene, safety, nutrition, communication, human sexuality, cultural/spiritual diversity, legal/ethical aspects, pharmacology, and pathophysiology. Emphasis is given to the promotion of health and risk reduction in adults and elders in theory, clinical, and the simulation lab.

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 25-Dec 20

T07:30AM-12:00PMLECB.ClarkSCC MAIN T08 217964Textbook
T07:30AM-12:00PMLECE.De GuzmanSCC MAIN T08 217964Textbook
T07:30AM-12:00PMLECL.OwensSCC MAIN T08 217964Textbook
W07:30AM-08:55AMLECB.ClarkSCC MAIN T08 217964Textbook
W07:30AM-08:55AMLECE.De GuzmanSCC MAIN T08 217964Textbook
W07:30AM-08:55AMLECL.OwensSCC MAIN T08 217964Textbook
W09:10AM-10:00AMLABB.ClarkSCC MAIN T08 2
W09:10AM-10:00AMLABE.De GuzmanSCC MAIN T08 2
W09:10AM-10:00AMLABL.OwensSCC MAIN T08 2
W09:10AM-10:00AMLABT.LeSCC MAIN T08 2
W10:40AM-02:15PMLABB.ClarkOff Campus Hospital
W10:40AM-02:15PMLABE.De GuzmanOff Campus Hospital
W10:40AM-02:15PMLABL.OwensOff Campus Hospital
W10:40AM-02:15PMLABT.LeOff Campus Hospital
ThF07:00AM-10:35AMLABB.ClarkOff Campus Hospital
ThF07:00AM-10:35AMLABE.De GuzmanOff Campus Hospital
ThF07:00AM-10:35AMLABL.OwensOff Campus Hospital
ThF07:00AM-10:35AMLABT.LeOff Campus Hospital
ThF11:10AM-01:40PMLABB.ClarkOff Campus Hospital
ThF11:10AM-01:40PMLABE.De GuzmanOff Campus Hospital

NURSE 417    Nursing and Health Maintenance Through the Lifecycle    12 Units

Prerequisite: NURSE 407 with a grade of "C" or better
Enrollment Limitation: Enrollment in Associate Degree Nursing (Registered Nursing) program
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 108 hours LEC ; 324 hours LAB
Description: This course continues integration of the conceptual framework of the curriculum (Basic Human Needs, Life Cycle Development, Health Illness Continuum, Significant Health Problems, and Stress Adaptation). The second semester provides theory and clinical experiences for medical surgical, pediatric, and maternal-child patients in need of preventative, restorative, or rehabilitative nursing care, in acute, home, or community settings. Content focuses on application of patient-centered care and health promotion principles to prevent illness and achieve optimum wellness. There is emphasis on the utilization of the nursing process, critical thinking, evidence-based practice, safety, life cycle development, nutrition, communication, human sexuality, cultural/spiritual diversity, self-advocacy, legal/ethical aspects, quality improvement, teamwork and collaboration, pharmacology, and pathophysiology. Learning experiences provide students with opportunities to acquire new clinical skills, develop clinical judgment, use reflective practice, and apply previously learned concepts and principles in a variety of settings including the classroom, clinical, and simulation lab.

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 25-Dec 20

T08:00AM-11:50AMLECJ.SiuSCC MAIN T01 1217966Textbook
T08:00AM-11:50AMLECL.FujikawaSCC MAIN T01 1217966Textbook
T08:00AM-11:50AMLECF.MesaSCC MAIN T01 1217966Textbook
W07:30AM-09:35AMLECJ.SiuSCC MAIN T01 1217966Textbook
W07:30AM-09:35AMLECL.FujikawaSCC MAIN T01 1217966Textbook
W07:30AM-09:35AMLECF.MesaSCC MAIN T01 1217966Textbook
W10:00AM-01:05PMLABJ.SiuOff Campus Hospital
W10:00AM-01:05PMLABL.FujikawaOff Campus Hospital
W10:00AM-01:05PMLABF.MesaOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:30AM-02:45PMLABJ.SiuOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:30AM-02:45PMLABL.FujikawaOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:30AM-02:45PMLABF.MesaOff Campus Hospital

NURSE 427    Nursing Complex Health Problems Through the Life Cycle    12 Units

Prerequisite: NURSE 417 with a grade of "C" or better
Enrollment Limitation: Enrollment in Associate Degree Nursing (Registered Nursing) program
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 108 hours LEC ; 324 hours LAB
Description: This course emphasizes theory and clinical experiences related to helping patients and families adapt to complex pathophysiological and pathopsychological stressors. This course focuses on the care of the medical, surgical, and psychiatric nursing patient to meet his/her needs for risk reduction and optimal wellness in preventative, restorative, or rehabilitative settings. The sub-concepts integrated throughout the course include safety, human development, nutrition, sexuality, cultural and spiritual diversity, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and legal/ethical principles. Course emphasis is on mental health and psychopathology, medical surgical content, end-of-life care, and evaluation of patient-centered outcomes. Learning experiences in the classroom, simulation lab, and clinical setting provide students the opportunity to utilize critical thinking, evidence-based practice, technology, teamwork, collaboration, clinical decision-making, and interdisciplinary communication principles in the delivery of quality nursing care.

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 25-Dec 20

T01:00PM-04:05PMLECM.ManuelSCC MAIN T06 118103Textbook
T01:00PM-04:05PMLECM.IredaleSCC MAIN T06 118103Textbook
T01:00PM-04:05PMLECS.PadenSCC MAIN T06 118103Textbook
T01:00PM-04:05PMLECG.WagnerSCC MAIN T06 118103Textbook
W10:05AM-12:55PMLECM.ManuelSCC MAIN T06 118103Textbook
W10:05AM-12:55PMLECG.WagnerSCC MAIN T06 118103Textbook
W10:05AM-12:55PMLECS.PadenSCC MAIN T06 118103Textbook
W01:30PM-05:05PMLABM.ManuelOff Campus Hospital
W01:30PM-05:05PMLABG.WagnerOff Campus Hospital
W01:30PM-05:05PMLABS.PadenOff Campus Hospital
W01:30PM-05:05PMLABN.YangOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:30AM-03:00PMLABM.ManuelOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:30AM-03:00PMLABG.WagnerOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:30AM-03:00PMLABS.PadenOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:30AM-03:00PMLABN.YangOff Campus Hospital

NURSE 437    Nursing in Complex and Multiple Patient Care    12 Units

Prerequisite: NURSE 427 with a grade of "C" or better
Enrollment Limitation: Enrollment in the Associate Degree Nursing (Registered Nursing) program
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 108 hours LEC ; 324 hours LAB
Description: This final semester course presents theory and evidence-based practice related to multiple patient assignments for patients with complex, critical health problems in the acute medical surgical setting. The student will use the nursing process to provide for the patient's basic human needs in a safe and effective care environment. The learning experiences in the classroom, simulation lab, and acute hospital setting, including clinical preceptorships, provide the student with opportunities to continue refining assessment skills, emphasizing priority setting, time management, clinical decision making, critical thinking, leadership, management, ethical/legal concepts, teamwork, and collaboration. There is continued integration of the curriculum framework and sub-concepts throughout the course, including basic human needs, life cycle development, communication, nutrition, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and cultural/spiritual diversity. There is emphasis on entry-level nursing practice, the professional nursing role, use of informatics, quality improvement, and current health care policy and finance.

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 25-Dec 20

T08:00AM-11:50AMLECJ.TriphonSCC MAIN T06 118105Textbook
T08:00AM-11:50AMLECD.LucienSCC MAIN T06 118105Textbook
T08:00AM-11:50AMLECM.IredaleSCC MAIN T06 118105Textbook
W08:00AM-10:05AMLECJ.TriphonSCC MAIN T06 118105Textbook
W08:00AM-10:05AMLECM.IredaleSCC MAIN T06 118105Textbook
W08:00AM-10:05AMLECD.LucienSCC MAIN T06 118105Textbook
W11:00AM-02:05PMLABJ.TriphonOff Campus Hospital
W11:00AM-02:05PMLABJ.LothropOff Campus Hospital
W11:00AM-02:05PMLABD.LucienOff Campus Hospital
W11:00AM-02:05PMLABM.IredaleOff Campus Hospital
W11:00AM-02:05PMLABS.HernandezOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:35AM-03:20PMLABJ.TriphonOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:35AM-03:20PMLABD.LucienOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:35AM-03:20PMLABM.IredaleOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:35AM-03:20PMLABS.HernandezOff Campus Hospital
ThF06:35AM-03:20PMLABJ.LothropOff Campus Hospital

Schedule: Other Term, Aug 28-Nov 07

T05:00PM-09:05PMLECJ.KhoshsefatSCC MAIN T10 00120340Textbook
T05:00PM-09:05PMLECM.IredaleSCC MAIN T10 00120340Textbook
T05:00PM-09:05PMLECJ.TriphonSCC MAIN T10 00120340Textbook
T05:00PM-09:05PMLECD.LucienSCC MAIN T10 00120340Textbook
Th01:30PM-04:20PMLABH.RiceOff Campus Hospital
FSa06:30AM-11:35AMLABH.RiceOff Campus Hospital
FSa12:05PM-03:10PMLABH.RiceOff Campus Hospital
M06:30AM-11:35AMLABM.IredaleOff Campus Hospital
M12:05PM-03:10PMLABM.IredaleOff Campus Hospital
This is the second half of the N437 part time program, that began in the Summer (class number 12449). Students must complete both Summer and Fall classes to receive credit for the class.

Fall 2018 Class Schedule

Updated: December 20, 2018