Clinical Practicum for Capstone Nursing

Clinical Practicum for Capstone Nursing
Clinical practicum focusing on planning, delivering, and managing patient care in complex environments. Leadership components incorporated into clinical experiences and practices.
 Hours5.0 Credit, 0.0 Lecture, Arr Lab
 PrerequisitesCourses in Nursing Semester 5.
 NoteRequires 210 hours per semester (150 clinical hours; 12 bridging hours; 24 simulation hours; and 24 mentoring hours.)).
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining NURS 492
Course Outcomes: 

Integration of Gospel Values

Incorporate and exhibit the principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as part of personal and professional behaviors by embracing the 'Healer's Art.'

Clinical Judgment & Evidence Based Practice

Use clinical judgment when formulating nursing care for individuals, families, and communities by applying evidence-based knowledge and a holistic approach.

Interprofessional Communication and Collaboration

Successfully engage with interdisciplinary healthcare professionals by demonstrating communication and collaboration skills that foster team respect and deliver high-quality patient-centered care.


Exemplify and advocate for the nursing profession exhibiting the values of altruism, excellence, caring, civility, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, and social justice fundamental to the discipline of nursing.

Generalist Nursing Practice

Respond to a patient's condition or a clinical situation using appropriate prioritization, delegation, and communication and demonstrating safe, efficient, and compassionate care.

Quality of Nursing Care Delivery, Patient Safety, and the Health Care System

Provide high-quality patient-centered and population-based health care by demonstrating leadership, quality improvement, and patient safety knowledge and skills.