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NLX Courses
NSG Courses
NUR Courses

NLX Courses

Course Title
NLX 421 Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology for Nurse Leaders and Educators
NLX 422 Health Assessment for Nurse Leaders and Educators
NLX 426 Curriculum Development and Course Design
NLX 427 Assessment and Evaluation in Nursing Education
NLX 463 Driving Change in Complex Organizations
NLX 464 Informatics, Process Improvement, and Value in Health Care
NLX 465 Master's Capstone
NLX 466 Epidemiology
NLX 467 Population Health and Program Design
NLX 468 PROGRAM EVALUATION
NLX 470 Foundations of Leadership and Organizational Behavior
NLX 471 Trends in Health Economics, Policy and Regulations
NLX 472 Ethics and Public Mission in Contemporary Health Systems
NLX 473 Healthcare Financial Management
NLX 474 Human Resource Management
NLX 475 Leadership in Clinical nursing
NLX 476 CNL Immersion Experience
NLX 493 Comprehensive Exam

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NSG Courses

Course Title
NSG 301 Writing with Confidence, Clarity, and Style
NSG 305 Growth & Development through the Life Span
NSG 309 Microbiology and Application to Health
NSG 310 Nutrition and Health
NSG 311 Statistics for Evidence Based Practice in the Health Sciences
NSG 312 Human Anatomy & Physiology I and Application to Health
NSG 313 Human Anatomy & Physiology II and Application to Health
NSG 316 Religion, Spirituality, and Health
NSG 317 Ethics in Healthcare
NSG 318 Pathogenesis of Cardiac Dysrhythmias and ECG Interpretation in Adults
NSG 325 Addressing Childhood Obesity for the Health Care Professional
NSG 328 Understanding Dietary Supplements in Healthcare
NSG 329 Culture, Health and Diversity
NSG 337 Sexuality, Culture, and Health: Anthropological and Public Health Perspectives
NSG 363 Comprehensive Health Assessment Refresher
NSG 409 Clinician’s Guide to Weight Management & Nutrition
NSG 435 Legal Nurse Consulting
NSG 488 Registered Nurse First Assistant Theory, Practice, and Clinical Practicum

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NUR Courses

Course Title
NUR 301 Principles and Application of Evidence for Nursing Practice
NUR 319 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology Updates for RNs
NUR 350 RN/BS Transition: Reflective Professional Practice
NUR 354 Nursing Leadership and Management of Care
NUR 355 Contexts of Health Care: Policy, Finance and Regulatory Environments
NUR 356 Population Health
NUR 357 RN/BS Capstone
NUR 362 Comprehensive Health Assessment of the Individual
NUR 364 Biopsychosocial Health Assessment of Individual and Family
NUR 370 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology
NUR 371 Management of Care
NUR 372 Therapeutic Interventions I
NUR 373 Nursing Science
NUR 374 Women's Health, Neonatal, and Pediatric Nursing
NUR 375 Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing
NUR 376 Therapeutic Interventions II
NUR 377 Adult and Home Nursing
NUR 378 Genetics
NUR 379 Nursing Integration and Transition into Professional Practice
NUR 400 Research Principles for Evidence-Based Practice
NUR 401 The Writing Workshop
NUR 403 Ethics and Public Policy in the Health Care System
NUR 407 Advanced Physiology & Pathophysiology
NUR 410 Advanced Health Assessment
NUR 411 Evaluation and Management of Adult Lifespan Patients
NUR 412 Advanced Pediatric Health Assessment and Care of Well Children and Adolescents
NUR 413 Family Theoretical Frameworks and Application to Nursing Care of Families
NUR 414 Nurse Practitioner Procedure Lab
NUR 419 Advanced Pharmacology
NUR 424 Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner I
NUR 425 Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner II
NUR 436 Nursing Care of the High-Risk Neonate
NUR 437 Pediatric Primary Care I
NUR 438 Pediatric Primary Care II
NUR 439 Pediatric Primary Care III
NUR 444 Adult-Gerontology Primary Care I
NUR 445 Adult-Gerontology Primary Care II
NUR 449 Women's Health Care for Primary Care Generalists
NUR 450 Psychopathology and Psychiatric Assessment and Diagnosis Across the Lifespan
NUR 451 Individual Psychotherapy Across the Lifespan
NUR 452 Pathophysiology and Psychopharmacology of Mental Health Disorders Across the Lifespan I
NUR 453 Pathophysiology and Psychopharmacology of Mental Health Disorders across the Lifespan II
NUR 454 Group and Family Psychotherapy Across the Lifespan
NUR 455 Theoretical Frameworks for Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Practice
NUR 456 Practicum in Advanced Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Role I
NUR 457 Practicum in Advanced Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Role II
NUR 458 Practicum in Advanced Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Role III
NUR 493 Comprehensive Examination
NUR 505 Epistemology and Concept Development
NUR 506 Epistemology and Theory Construction
NUR 507 Research Appraisal and Synthesis
NUR 508 Writing and Publishing in the Health Sciences
NUR 510 Applied Statistics I
NUR 511 Basic Principles of Quantitative Research Design
NUR 512 Applied Statistics II
NUR 513 Research Measurement
NUR 514 Research Integration and Proposal Development
NUR 517 Teaching and Learning in Nursing
NUR 545 Research Using Existing Data
NUR 555 Basic Principles of Qualitative Research Methods
NUR 556 Advanced Qualitative Research Methods: Qualitative Description and Content Analysis
NUR 560 Role of the Clinical Researcher
NUR 570 Clinical and Translational Research Design
NUR 572 Appraisal and Application of Evidence in Healthcare
NUR 573 Interprofessional Partnerships
NUR 574 Strategic Planning in Healthcare Organizations
NUR 575 Health Policy Development and Political Change
NUR 576 DNP Practicum I
NUR 577 DNP Practicum II
NUR 578 DNP Practicum III
NUR 590 Dissertation Workshop
NUR xxx PhD Cognate I

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What You Can Do with a Nursing Degree

With a bachelor’s degree from the UR School of Nursing, you’ll enjoy an exciting variety of career options across a broad selection of health care organizations, including:

Private Practices
Public Health Agencies
Primary Care Clinics
Home Health Care
Outpatient Surgi-Centers
Health Maintenance Organizations
Nursing School-Operated Nursing Centers
Insurance and Managed-Care Companies
Nursing Homes
Schools
Mental Health Agencies
Hospices
The Military
Industry
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“Every course I’m taking is so applicable. I love learning the ‘why’ behind everything now. It’s one thing to give a diuretic and know how it affects the patient, but it’s another to take a pathophysiology course and understand what’s happening in the body.”
Ann Zimmerman, BS, RN, ’16 graduate of the RN to BS program
Golisano Children’s Hospital Nurse Leader, Center for Nursing Professional Development