Continuing/Workforce Education - Summer 2013 Schedule
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Course and Section Number

Day

Date

Time

Hours

Room

Fee

Instructor

VNSG 1091 54140
NURSING STUDENT SUCCESS
(SPECIAL TOPICS IN LICENSED PRACTICAL/VOCATION NURSE)

 M-F

06/03-08/09

INET

36

INET

$108

Gordon, U.

This course is designed for students who are applying to re-enter fall or spring of vocational nursing (VNSG1509/1510). The course is made available to registered students via e-campus and requires purchase of a textbook with access code. If a book purchased with CD; the CD is PC compatible only and cannot be used on a Mac. There are 22 chapters of content with 12 study quizzes that provide rationale to enhance oneís test-taking ability. Ten exams are required with a minim pass score of 75%. The course content includes test taking strategies, infection control, communication, cultural competence, intravenous and blood therapy, acid-base imbalances, addiction, crisis interventions, and medical-surgical disorders and medications appropriate for this level in the nursing program. This course is self-paced with completion required within 10 weeks of registering for the course. There is an e-campus site for this class. You will need your student ID and e-mail address to login.Textbook: Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN: Reviews and Rationales.
eCampus site: https://blackboard2.dcccd.edu/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp

RNSG 1093 54150
NURSING STUDENT SUCCESS I
(SPECIAL TOPICS IN NURSING REGISTERED NURSE TRAINING)

M-F

06/10-08/09

INET

20

INET

$60

Gordon, U.

This course is designed for students who are applying to re-enter Semester I of nursing (Nursing 1423).  The course is made available to registered students via e-campus and requires purchase of a textbook with accompanying CD.  The CD is PC compatible only and cannot be utilized on a Mac. There are 9 chapters of content with 6 Study quizzes that provide rationale to enhance oneís test-taking ability.  Six exams are required with a minimum pass score of 75%. Exam results are printed or saved, and then submitted to the faculty for review.The course content includes test taking strategies, infection control, obstetrics, newborn, growth and development, pediatrics, cultural competence, and maternal and newborn care and medications. The course is self-paced with completion required within 8 weeks of registering for the course. This course serves as a preparatory course for students who are re-entering the first semester of Associate Degree Nursing to achieve success in answering test items that involve critical thinking skills.There is an e-campus site for this class. You will need your student ID and e-mail address to login. Textbook: Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN: Reviews and Rationales.
eCampus site: https://blackboard2.dcccd.edu/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp

RNSG 1093 54160
NURSING STUDENT SUCCESS II
(SPECIAL TOPICS IN NURSING REGISTERED NURSE TRAINING)

 M-F

06/10-08/09 

INET

36

INET

$108

Gordon, U.

This course is designed for students who are applying to re-enter Semester II of nursing (Nursing 2504).  The course is made available to registered students via e-campus and requires purchase of a textbook with accompanying CD.  The CD is PC compatible only and cannot be utilized on a Mac. There are 20 chapters of content with 8 Study quizzes that provide rationale to enhance oneís test-taking ability.  Eight exams are required with a minimum pass score of 75%. Exam results are printed or saved, and then submitted to the faculty for review.The course content includes test taking strategies, infection control, obstetrics, newborn, growth and development, pediatrics, cultural competence, and maternal and newborn care and medications. The course is self-paced with completion required within 8 weeks of registering for the course. This course serves as a preparatory course for students who are re-entering the second semester of nursing to achieve success in answering test items that involve critical thinking skills.There is an e-campus site for this class. You will need your student ID e-mail address to login. Textbook: Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN: Reviews and Rationales.
eCampus site: https://blackboard2.dcccd.edu/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp

RNSG 1093 54170
NURSING STUDENT SUCCESS IIl  (SPECIAL TOPICS IN NURSING REGISTERED NURSE TRAINING)

 M-F

 06/10-08/09

 INET

36

INET

$108

Gordon, U.

This course is designed for students who are applying to re-enter Semester III of nursing (Nursing 2514). The course is made available to registered students via e-campus and requires purchase of a textbook with accompanying CD. The CD is PC compatible only and cannot be utilized on a Mac. There are 22 chapters of content with 12 Study quizzes that provide rationale to enhance oneís test-taking ability. Twelve exams are required with a minimum pass score of 75%. Exam results are printed or saved, and then submitted to the faculty for review. The course content includes test taking strategies, infection control, communication, cultural competence, intravenous and blood therapy, acid-base imbalances, addiction, crisis interventions, and medical-surgical disorders and medications appropriate for this level in the nursing program. The course is self-paced with completion required within 10 weeks of registering for the course. This course serves as a preparatory course for students who are re-entering the third semester of nursing to achieve success in answering test items that involve critical thinking skills. There is an e-campus site for this class. You will need your student ID and e-mail address to login. Textbook: Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN: Reviews and Rationales.
eCampus site: https://blackboard2.dcccd.edu/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp

RNSG 1093 54180
NURSING STUDENT SUCCESS IV  (SPECIAL TOPICS IN NURSING- REGISTERED NURSE TRAINING

 M-F

06/10-08/09 

 INET

48

INET

$144

Gordon, U.

This course is designed for students who are applying to re-enter Semester IV of nursing (Nursing 253). The course is made available to registered students via e-campus and requires purchase of a textbook with accompanying CD. The CD is PC compatible only and cannot be utilized on a Mac. There are 35 chapters of content with 15 Study quizzes that provide rationale to enhance oneís test-taking ability. Fifteen exams are required with a minimum pass score of 75%. Exam results are printed or saved, and then submitted to the faculty for review. The course content includes test taking strategies, infection control, communication, cultural competence, mental health disorders, alternative and complementary therapies, and medical-surgical disorders and medications appropriate for this level in the nursing program. The course is self-paced with completion required within 10 weeks of registering for the course. This course serves as a preparatory course for students who are re-entering the fourth semester of nursing to achieve success in answering test items that involve critical thinking skills.  There is an e-campus site for this class. You will need your student ID and e-mail address to login. Textbook: Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN: Reviews and Rationales.

eCampus site: https://blackboard2.dcccd.edu/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp

RNSG 1002 54101
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING SKILLS

M-S

 08/05-08/10

7:00a-3:00p

48

HOSP

$225

Beecham, J.

This course is a study of nursing responsibilities and procedures. Topics include sterile procedures, medication, administration, charting principles, health assessment, new technology, and equipment. Please bring proof of immunization, health and liability insurance, current CPR card and a copy of your driverís license to the mandatory orientation.