Course Credential Standard: Credentials other than the program/discipline standard that may appropriately qualify one to teach a specific course. Examples might include a licensure, certification, specialty coursework, etc. specific to the single course. Professional Certification: A certificate by an external state, regional, national, or international agency that attests to significant breadth and depth of knowledge within a field of study.
Provide a comprehensive review of Medical Surgical Nursing, pharmacology, dosage calculations, clinical nursing skills & techniques and clinical practicum in pre-selected hospitals. This course provides an opportunity for former RN's to review, learn, and practice in a non-threatening environment enabling the student to progress towards contemporary nursing practice. Note: Upon completion of the program, students must submit a separate $100 fee to the Indiana Licensing Board to obtain their license.
A valid RN license