Programs > Registered Nurse Associate of Science Degree

The Registered Nursing Program at Mendocino College offers classroom and clinical training over two academic years, or four semesters, in addition to completion of prerequisite and non-nursing GE requirements. Graduates are able to provide care to patients across the life-span, provide patient teaching, and work as members of the health care team. Graduates will earn the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing on completion of designated courses and requirements and will be eligible to sit for the Registered Nursing state licensure examination (NCLEX-RN). The following courses are prerequisite courses required for the Nursing Program: BIO 230 - Anatomy - 5 units BIO 231 - Physiology - 5 units BIO 259 - Microbiology - 5 units PSY 205 - Intro. to Psychology (OR PSY 215 - Psych. of Personal Growth; OR CDV 200 - Psych. of Development) - 3 units ENG 200 - Reading & Composition I (OR ENG 80 - Academic Reading & Writing) - 3 units SPE 200 - Intro to Public Speaking (OR SPE 210 - Interpersonal Communication) - 3 units SOC 200 - Introduction to Sociology - 3 units SOC 202 - Racial/Ethnic Relations (OR SOC 201 - Modern Social Problems; OR ANT 201 - Cultural Anthropology) - 3 units HLH 114 - Foods & Nutrition (OR HLH 115 - Therapeutic Nutrition) - 3 units Please contact the Nursing Office at (707) 468-3099 for more information.

Term Effective Spring 2006
Required Courses
Course Title Units
NUR 102 Nursing Concepts & Skills I 10.0
NUR 105 Pharmacology I 1.0
NUR 112 Nursing Concepts & Skills II 10.0
NUR 115 Pharmacology II 1.0
NUR 116 Intro to Nursing Seminar 1.0
NUR 121 Leadership & Management I 1.0
NUR 122 Complex Medical Surgical Nursing I 8.0
NUR 125 Pharmacology III 1.0
NUR 126 Nursing Seminar I 2.0
NUR 131 Leadership & Management II 1.0
NUR 132 Complex Medical Surgical Nursing II 8.0
NUR 135 Pharmacology IV 1.0
NUR 136 Nursing Seminar II 2.0

Total Required Units 47.0


 





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