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Kapi'olani Community College • Fall 2024 Class Availability

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Nursing (NURS)

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  31949 NURS 100 0 Nurse Aide 4 J Reyes 0 8     TR 0900-0430p LEAHI 005 08/26-10/04
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100C (CRN 31951), NURS 100L (CRN 31950).

Letter grade only. NURS 100 may not be audited and may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 100 must be registered concurrently with NURS 100L and NURS 100C. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100C and NURS 100L, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

This NURS 100 class section (CRN 31949) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (john90@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

Note: To confirm your eligibility to enroll in this course, you must first submit an application to the Long-Term Care Nurse Aide program for which the Nursing Department provides oversight. Kapiolani.hawaii.edu/
  31716 NURS 100 01 Nurse Aide 4 J Reyes 4 4     M 0900-0430p LEAHI 005 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100C (CRN 31720), NURS 100L (CRN 31718).

Letter grade only. NURS 100 may not be audited and may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 100 must be registered concurrently with NURS 100L and NURS 100C. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100C and NURS 100L, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

This NURS 100 class section (CRN 31716) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (john90@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

Note: To confirm your eligibility to enroll in this course, you must first submit an application to the Long-Term Care Nurse Aide program for which the Nursing Department provides oversight. Kapiolani.hawaii.edu/
  31717 NURS 100 02 Nurse Aide 4 J Reyes 0 8     T 0900-0430p LEAHI 005 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100C (CRN 31721), NURS 100L (CRN 31719).

Letter grade only. NURS 100 may not be audited and may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 100 must be registered concurrently with NURS 100L and NURS 100C. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100C and NURS 100L, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

This NURS 100 class section (CRN 31717) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (john90@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

Note: To confirm your eligibility to enroll in this course, you must first submit an application to the Long-Term Care Nurse Aide program for which the Nursing Department provides oversight. Kapiolani.hawaii.edu/
  31951 NURS 100C 0 Nurse Aide Clinical 1.2 J Reyes 0 8     TR 0700-0230p OFF/C 10/07-11/15
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100 (CRN 31949), NURS 100L (CRN 31950).

NURS 100C must be registered concurrently with NURS 100 and NURS 100L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. NURS 100C is a clinical course that provides 56 hours of clinical instruction in a healthcare facility. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100L and NURS 100C, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31720 NURS 100C 01 Nurse Aide Clinical 1.2 J Reyes 4 4     F 0700-0230p OFF/C 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100 (CRN 31716), NURS 100L (CRN 31718).

NURS 100C must be registered concurrently with NURS 100 and NURS 100L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. NURS 100C is a clinical course that provides 56 hours of clinical instruction in a healthcare facility. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100L and NURS 100C, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31721 NURS 100C 02 Nurse Aide Clinical 1.2 J Reyes 0 8     F 0700-0230p OFF/C 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100 (CRN 31717), NURS 100L (CRN 31719).

NURS 100C must be registered concurrently with NURS 100 and NURS 100L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. NURS 100C is a clinical course that provides 56 hours of clinical instruction in a healthcare facility. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100L and NURS 100C, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31950 NURS 100L 0 Nurse Aide Lab 0.8 J Reyes 0 8     TR 0900-0430p LEAHI 08/26-10/04
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide Program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100 (CRN 31949), NURS 100C (CRN 31951).

NURS 100L must be registered concurrently with NURS 100 and NURS 100C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. NURS 100L provides 36 hours of lab instruction in a healthcare facility. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100L and NURS 100C, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $25 laboratory fee.
  31718 NURS 100L 01 Nurse Aide Lab 0.8 J Reyes 4 4     W 0900-0430p LEAHI 005 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide Program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100 (CRN 31716), NURS 100C (CRN 31720).

NURS 100L must be registered concurrently with NURS 100 and NURS 100C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. NURS 100L provides 36 hours of lab instruction in a healthcare facility. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100L and NURS 100C, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $25 laboratory fee.
  31719 NURS 100L 02 Nurse Aide Lab 0.8 J Reyes 0 8     R 0900-0430p LEAHI 005 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Competence Nurse Aide Program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 100 (CRN 31717), NURS 100C (CRN 31721).

NURS 100L must be registered concurrently with NURS 100 and NURS 100C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. NURS 100L provides 36 hours of lab instruction in a healthcare facility. Students must complete NURS 100 with grade of "C" or higher, and a "credit" grade in both NURS 100L and NURS 100C, in order to earn the Certificate of Competence for Nurse Aide. If one or more of the corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake all corequisite-related courses. Health requirements, First Aid, CPR and liability insurance are required before registration. A criminal background check is required by the healthcare agency prior to the start of clinical experiences. Some agencies also require drug testing. The agency reserves the right to set the standards of participation for students based on this screening. Students must have uniforms, a watch with a second hand and duty shoes for clinical and will need to bring supplies (blood pressure cuff and stethoscope) to specific labs. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. It is required that students have healthcare insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College. Students must not be on academic probation at Kapi'olani Community College. Students must attend a mandatory orientation before the start of class.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $25 laboratory fee.
  31722 NURS 101 01 Nursing Perspectives 1 M L Page 0 14     M 0300-0600p KOPIKO 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 111, NURS 111C, NURS 111L

Letter grade only. NURS 101 may not be audited. NURS 101 may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 101, NURS 111, NURS 111L and NURS 111C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 101 class section (CRN 31722) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (mpage3@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31723 NURS 111 01 Nursing Concepts 2 K E Cepeda 0 14     M 0800-1100a KOPIKO 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 101, NURS 111C, NURS 111L

Letter grade only. NURS 111 may not be audited. NURS 111 may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 111 must be registered concurrently with NURS 111L and NURS 111C. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 111 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 111L and NURS 111C) if approved to progress.

NURS 101, NURS 111, NURS 111L, and NURS 111C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 111 class section (CRN 31723) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service. Email the instructor (cepeda@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31726 NURS 111C 01 Nursing Concepts Clinical 1.4 M R Clayton 0 7     RF 0630-0300p OFF/C 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 101, NURS 111, NURS 111L

NURS 111C must be registered concurrently with NURS 111 and NURS 111L. This is a credit/no credit course and may not be audited. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 111 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 111L and NURS 111C) if approved to progress.

NURS 101, NURS 111, NURS 111L, and NURS 111C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31727 NURS 111C 02 Nursing Concepts Clinical 1.4 TBA 0 7     RF 0630-0300p OFF/C 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 101, NURS 111, NURS 111L

NURS 111C must be registered concurrently with NURS 111 and NURS 111L. This is a credit/no credit course and may not be audited. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 111 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 111L and NURS 111C) if approved to progress.

NURS 101, NURS 111, NURS 111L, and NURS 111C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31724 NURS 111L 01 Nursing Concepts Lab 1.6 M R Clayton 0 7     T 0800-0200p KOPIKO 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 101, NURS 111, NURS 111C

NURS 111L must be registered concurrently with NURS 111 and NURS 111C. This is a credit/no credit course and may not be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 111 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 111L and NURS 111C) if approved to progress.

NURS 101, NURS111, NURS111L, and NURS111C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $300 laboratory fee.
  31725 NURS 111L 02 Nursing Concepts Lab 1.6 E F Pena 0 7     T 0800-1200p KOPIKO 08/26-10/18
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 101, NURS 111, NURS 111C

NURS 111L must be registered concurrently with NURS 111 and NURS 111C. This is a credit/no credit course and may not be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 111 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 111L and NURS 111C) if approved to progress.

NURS 101, NURS111, NURS111L, and NURS111C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $300 laboratory fee.
  31732 NURS 121 01 Medical Surgical Nursing 3.5 K E Cepeda 0 14     M 0800-1200p KOPIKO 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing Program; NURS 101 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111C with a credit grade, and NURS 111L with a credit grade.

Corequisite(s): NURS 121C, NURS 121L

NURS 121 must be registered concurrently with NURS 121L and NURS 121C. Letter grade only. NURS 121 may not be audited. NURS 121 may not be taken credit/no credit. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 121 with grade "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 121L, and NURS 121C) if approved to progress.

NURS121, NURS121L, and NURS121C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 121 class section (CRN 31732) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service. Email the instructor (cepeda@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31730 NURS 121C 01 Medical Surgical Nurs Clinical 2.3 TBA 0 7     RF 0630-0300p OFF/C 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing Program; NURS 101 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111C with a credit grade, and NURS 111L with a credit grade.

Corequisite(s): NURS 121, NURS 121L

NURS 121C must be registered concurrently with NURS 121 and NURS 121L. NURS 121C is credit/no credit only and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 121 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 121L and NURS 121C) if approved to progress.

NURS 121, NURS 121L, and NURS 121C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31731 NURS 121C 02 Medical Surgical Nurs Clinical 2.3 TBA 0 7     RF 0630-0300p OFF/C 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing Program; NURS 101 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111C with a credit grade, and NURS 111L with a credit grade.

Corequisite(s): NURS 121, NURS 121L

NURS 121C must be registered concurrently with NURS 121 and NURS 121L. NURS 121C is credit/no credit only and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 121 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 121L and NURS 121C) if approved to progress.

NURS 121, NURS 121L, and NURS 121C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31728 NURS 121L 01 Medical Surgical Nursing Lab 1.2 K E Cepeda 0 7     T 0800-0300p KOPIKO 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing Program; NURS 101 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111C with a credit grade, and NURS 111L with a credit grade.

Corequisite(s): NURS 121, NURS 121C

NURS 121L must be registered concurrently with NURS 121 and NURS 121C. NURS 121L is credit/no credit only and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 121 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 121L and NURS 121C) if approved to progress.

NURS121, NURS121L, and NURS121C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.
  31729 NURS 121L 02 Medical Surgical Nursing Lab 1.2 M R Clayton 0 7     T 0800-0300p KOPIKO 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Practical Nursing Program; NURS 101 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111 with a grade of “C” or higher, NURS 111C with a credit grade, and NURS 111L with a credit grade.

Corequisite(s): NURS 121, NURS 121C

NURS 121L must be registered concurrently with NURS 121 and NURS 121C. NURS 121L is credit/no credit only and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 121 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 121L and NURS 121C) if approved to progress.

NURS121, NURS121L, and NURS121C are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.
  31859 NURS 141 0 Geriatric Nursing 3.5 P A Taylor 1 13     R 0800-1200p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 131 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 132 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 133, a credit grade in NURS 131C, a credit grade in NURS 131L, a credit grade in NURS 132C, a credit grade in NURS 132L, a credit grade in NURS 133C, a credit grade in NURS 133L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 141C and NURS 141L

Comment: Letter grade only. NURS 141 may not be audited. NURS 141 may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 141 must be registered concurrently with NURS 141L and NURS 141C. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 141 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 141L and NURS 141C) if approved to progress.

NURS 141, NURS 141C, and NURS 141L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 141 class section (CRN 31859) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service. Email the instructor (taylorp@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31893 NURS 141C 0 Geriatric Nurse Clinical 2.5 P A Taylor 1 6     TW 0700-0400p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 131 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 132 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 133, a credit grade in NURS 131C, a credit grade in NURS 131L, a credit grade in NURS 132C, a credit grade in NURS 132L, a credit grade in NURS 133C, a credit grade in NURS 133L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 141 and NURS 141L

NURS 141C must be registered concurrently with NURS 141 and NURS 141L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 141 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 141L and NURS 141C) if approved to progress.

NURS 141, NURS 141C, and NURS 141L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. These courses are not necessarily offered in numeric order. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31895 NURS 141C 0 Geriatric Nurse Clinical 2.5 P A Taylor 0 7     TW 0700-0400p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 131 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 132 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 133, a credit grade in NURS 131C, a credit grade in NURS 131L, a credit grade in NURS 132C, a credit grade in NURS 132L, a credit grade in NURS 133C, a credit grade in NURS 133L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 141 and NURS 141L

NURS 141C must be registered concurrently with NURS 141 and NURS 141L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 141 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 141L and NURS 141C) if approved to progress.

NURS 141, NURS 141C, and NURS 141L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. These courses are not necessarily offered in numeric order. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31891 NURS 141L 0 Geriatric Nursing Lab 2 P A Taylor 1 6     F 0800-0300p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 131 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 132 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 133, a credit grade in NURS 131C, a credit grade in NURS 131L, a credit grade in NURS 132C, a credit grade in NURS 132L, a credit grade in NURS 133C, a credit grade in NURS 133L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 141 and NURS 141C

NURS 141L must be registered concurrently with NURS 141 and NURS 141C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 141 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 141L and NURS 141C) if approved to progress.

NURS 141, NURS 141C, and NURS 141L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. These courses are not necessarily offered in numeric order. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $300 laboratory fee.
  31892 NURS 141L 0 Geriatric Nursing Lab 2 M Delgadillo 0 7     F 0800-0300p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 131 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 132 and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 133, a credit grade in NURS 131C, a credit grade in NURS 131L, a credit grade in NURS 132C, a credit grade in NURS 132L, a credit grade in NURS 133C, a credit grade in NURS 133L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 141 and NURS 141C

NURS 141L must be registered concurrently with NURS 141 and NURS 141C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. The student must also successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components of each related corequisite course in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 141 with grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" in NURS 141L and NURS 141C) if approved to progress.

NURS 141, NURS 141C, and NURS 141L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. These courses are not necessarily offered in numeric order. All policies and procedures in the Practical Nurse Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $300 laboratory fee.
WI 31735 NURS 210 01 WI-Health PromoAcrossLifespan 3 R G Zachary 0 18     F 0830-1130a KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program

Corequisite(s): NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212

This section of NURS 210 (CRN 31735) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of C or higher. Letter grade only. NURS 210 may not be audited. NURS 210 may not be taken credit/no credit. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 210 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 210L and NURS 210C) if approved to progress.

Please note that NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite for NURS 210. The semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within the weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this NURS 210 course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 210 class section (CRN 31735) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (robinz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31739 NURS 210C 01 Hlth Promo Across Lifespan CLN 3 M L Kenui 0 6     W 0630-0300p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212

NURS 210C must be registered concurrently with NURS 210 and NURS 210L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 210 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 210L and NURS 210C) if approved to progress.

NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31740 NURS 210C 02 Hlth Promo Across Lifespan CLN 3 R G Zachary 0 6     W 0630-0300p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212

NURS 210C must be registered concurrently with NURS 210 and NURS 210L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 210 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 210L and NURS 210C) if approved to progress.

NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31741 NURS 210C 03 Hlth Promo Across Lifespan CLN 3 J R Eala 0 6     W 0630-0300p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212

NURS 210C must be registered concurrently with NURS 210 and NURS 210L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 210 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 210L and NURS 210C) if approved to progress.

NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31736 NURS 210L 01 Hlth Promo Across Lifespan Lab 3 R G Zachary 0 6     T 0800-0400p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
                      F 1200-0300p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 211, and NURS 212

NURS 210L must be registered concurrently with NURS 210 and NURS 210C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 210 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 210L and NURS 210C) if approved to progress.

NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee.
  31737 NURS 210L 02 Hlth Promo Across Lifespan Lab 3 M L Page 0 6     T 0800-0400p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
                      F 1200-0300p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 211, and NURS 212

NURS 210L must be registered concurrently with NURS 210 and NURS 210C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 210 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 210L and NURS 210C) if approved to progress.

NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee.
  31738 NURS 210L 03 Hlth Promo Across Lifespan Lab 3 K M Page 0 6     T 0800-0400p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
                      F 1200-0300p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 211, and NURS 212

NURS 210L must be registered concurrently with NURS 210 and NURS 210C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 210 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 210L and NURS 210C) if approved to progress.

NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee.
  31303 NURS 211 0 Professionalism in Nursing I 1 R G Zachary 0 18     M 0900-1000a KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program.

Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, and NURS 212

Letter grade only. NURS 211 may not be audited. NURS 211 may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree of Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 211 class section (CRN 31303) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class does not require fieldwork. Email the instructor (robinz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31304 NURS 212 0 Pathophysiology 3 K M Page 0 20 0 5 R 0830-1130a KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science in Nursing program or a current Hawaii Practical Nursing License; and a high school level chemistry course or a college-level chemistry course; and ENG 100 or ESL 100; and PHYL 141 or ZOOL 141; and PHYL 141L or ZOOL 141L; and higher in MATH 100 or MATH 115; and HDFS 230 or FAMR 230; and PHYL 142 or ZOOL 142; and PHYL 142L or ZOOL 142L; and PSY 100 or ANTH 200; and MICR 130.

For accepted Nursing Program students: Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, and NURS 211

Letter grade only. NURS 212 may not be audited. NURS 212 may not be taken credit/no credit.

For accepted Nursing Program students: NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree of Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 212 class section (CRN 31304) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class does not require fieldwork. Email the instructor (km41@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31897 NURS 212 0 Pathophysiology 3 C Ribordy 2 18 0 5 R 0830-1130a KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science in Nursing program or a current Hawaii Practical Nursing License; and a high school level chemistry course or a college-level chemistry course; and ENG 100 or ESL 100; and PHYL 141 or ZOOL 141; and PHYL 141L or ZOOL 141L; and higher in MATH 100 or MATH 115; and HDFS 230 or FAMR 230; and PHYL 142 or ZOOL 142; and PHYL 142L or ZOOL 142L; and PSY 100 or ANTH 200; and MICR 130.

For accepted Nursing Program students: Corequisite(s): NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, and NURS 211

Letter grade only. NURS 212 may not be audited. NURS 212 may not be taken credit/no credit.

For accepted Nursing Program students: NURS 210, NURS 210C, NURS 210L, NURS 211, and NURS 212 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree of Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 212 class section (CRN 31897) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class does not require fieldwork. Email the instructor (cribordy@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31857 NURS 220 0 Health and Illness I 4 S B Kam 27 3     M 0830-1230p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L

Corequisite(s): NURS 220C, NURS 220L, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203

Letter grade only. NURS 220 may not be audited. NURS 220 may not be taken credit/no credit. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 220 class section (CRN 31857) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (saba@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.
  31902 NURS 220C 0 Health and Illness I Clinical 3 K F Teshima 6 0     RF 0630-0230p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 220, NURS 220L, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203

NURS 220C must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31903 NURS 220C 0 Health and Illness I Clinical 3 E F Pena 6 0     RF 0630-0230p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 220, NURS 220L, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203

NURS 220C must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31904 NURS 220C 0 Health and Illness I Clinical 3 N H Marcos 5 1     RF 0630-0230p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 220, NURS 220L, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203

NURS 220C must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31905 NURS 220C 0 Health and Illness I Clinical 3 K M Inamine 5 1     RF 0630-0230p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 220, NURS 220L, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203

NURS 220C must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  32016 NURS 220C 0 Health and Illness I Clinical 3 TBA 5 0     RF 0630-0230p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 220, NURS 220L, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203

NURS 220C must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31898 NURS 220L 0 Health and Illness I Lab 3 K M Inamine 7 1     T 0830-1230p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite: NURS 220 and NURS 220C, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203.

NURS 220L must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee.
  31899 NURS 220L 0 Health and Illness I Lab 3 S B Kam 7 0     T 0830-1230p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite: NURS 220 and NURS 220C, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203.

NURS 220L must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee.
  31900 NURS 220L 0 Health and Illness I Lab 3 K F Teshima 7 0     T 0830-1230p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite: NURS 220 and NURS 220C, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203.

NURS 220L must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee.
  31901 NURS 220L 0 Health and Illness I Lab 3 N H Marcos 6 1     T 0830-1230p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 210, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 211, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 212, a credit grade in NURS 210C and a credit grade in NURS 210L.

Corequisite: NURS 220 and NURS 220C, and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHRM 203.

NURS 220L must be registered concurrently with NURS 220 and NURS 220C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 220L and NURS 220C) if approved to progress.

NURS 220, NURS 220C, and NURS 220L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee.
  31861 NURS 320 0 Health and Illness II 4 L K Aganon 24 1     MT 0900-1100a LCC 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program and a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 220 and a grade of “C” or higher in PHRM 203 and a credit grade in NURS 220C and a credit grade in NURS 220L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 320C, NURS 320L, and credit or concurrent enrollment in A.S. humanities elective

Letter grade only. NURS 320 may not be audited. NURS 320 may not be taken credit/no credit. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 320 with a grade of "C" or higher, PHRM 203 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 320L and NURS 320C) if approved to progress.

NURS 320, NURS 320C, and NURS 320L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 320 class section (CRN 31861) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (lisaagan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

Note: This NURS 320 class section (CRN 31861) will be held at Leeward Community College.
  31953 NURS 320C 0 Health and Illness II Clinical 3 C Ribordy 7 0     RF 0530-0330p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in NURS 212, a grade of "C" or higher in PHRM 203, a grade of "C" or higher in NURS 220, a credit grade in NURS 220C and a credit grade in NURS 220L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 320, NURS 320L

NURS 320C must be registered concurrently with NURS 320 and NURS 320L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 320 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 320L and NURS 320C) if approved to progress.

NURS 320, NURS 320C, and NURS 320L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31958 NURS 320C 0 Health and Illness II Clinical 3 C Ribordy 6 0     RF 0530-0330p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in NURS 212, a grade of "C" or higher in PHRM 203, a grade of "C" or higher in NURS 220, a credit grade in NURS 220C and a credit grade in NURS 220L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 320, NURS 320L

NURS 320C must be registered concurrently with NURS 320 and NURS 320L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 320 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 320L and NURS 320C) if approved to progress.

NURS 320, NURS 320C, and NURS 320L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31959 NURS 320C 0 Health and Illness II Clinical 3 L K Aganon 6 0     RF 0530-0330p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in NURS 212, a grade of "C" or higher in PHRM 203, a grade of "C" or higher in NURS 220, a credit grade in NURS 220C and a credit grade in NURS 220L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 320, NURS 320L

NURS 320C must be registered concurrently with NURS 320 and NURS 320L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 320 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 320L and NURS 320C) if approved to progress.

NURS 320, NURS 320C, and NURS 320L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31960 NURS 320C 0 Health and Illness II Clinical 3 L K Aganon 5 1     RF 0530-0330p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in NURS 212, a grade of "C" or higher in PHRM 203, a grade of "C" or higher in NURS 220, a credit grade in NURS 220C and a credit grade in NURS 220L.

Corequisite(s): NURS 320, NURS 320L

NURS 320C must be registered concurrently with NURS 320 and NURS 320L. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 320 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 320L and NURS 320C) if approved to progress.

NURS 320, NURS 320C, and NURS 320L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $15 liability fee.
  31952 NURS 320L 0 Health and Illness II Lab 3 C Ribordy 13 0     MT 1130-0230p LCC 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” of higher in NURS 212, a grade of “C” or higher in PHRM 203, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 220, a credit grade in NURS 220C and a credit grade in NURS 220L

Corequisite(s): NURS 320, NURS 320C

NURS 320L must be registered concurrently with NURS 320 and NURS 320C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 320 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 320L and NURS 320C) if approved to progress.

NURS 320, NURS 320C, and NURS 320L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee and the class will be held at Leeward Community College.
  31956 NURS 320L 0 Health and Illness II Lab 3 L K Aganon 11 1     MT 1130-0230p LCC 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” of higher in NURS 212, a grade of “C” or higher in PHRM 203, a grade of “C” or higher in NURS 220, a credit grade in NURS 220C and a credit grade in NURS 220L

Corequisite(s): NURS 320, NURS 320C

NURS 320L must be registered concurrently with NURS 320 and NURS 320C. This is a credit/no credit course and cannot be audited. Credit can only be earned by successful completion and successful evaluation of laboratory objectives. Students must successfully complete all math, theory, lab, and clinical components in order to continue in the program. If one or more of the related corequisite courses are not successfully completed, the student must retake/repeat all corequisite-related courses (NURS 320 with a grade of "C" or higher, and "credit" for NURS 320L and NURS 320C) if approved to progress.

NURS 320, NURS 320C, and NURS 320L are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate's Degree in Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

Note: Students will be required to pay a $500 laboratory fee and the class will be held at Leeward Community College.
  31906 NURS 360 0 Health and Illness III 9 K M Page 21 2     MF 0830-0400p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
                      T 0630-1230p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
                      WR 0830-1230p KOPIKO 08/26-12/20
                      SU 0630-0230p OFF/C 08/26-12/20
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 320, and a grade of "C" or higher in A.S. humanities elective

Corequisite(s): NURS 362.

Letter grade only. NURS 360 may not be audited. NURS 360 may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 360 and NURS 362 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate’s Degree of Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 360 class section (CRN 31906) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (km41@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

Note: This NURS 360 class section (CRN 31906) has a laboratory fee of $500 and a $15 liability insurance fee.
  31302 NURS 362 0 Professionalism in Nursing II 1 K M Page 21 2     R 0100-0300p KOPIKO 10/21-12/13
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in NURS 320, and a grade of "C" or higher in A.S. humanities elective.

Corequisite(s): NURS 360.

Letter grade only. NURS 362 may not be audited. NURS 362 may not be taken credit/no credit. NURS 360 and NURS 362 are corequisite courses and the semester hours will be adjusted for the number of weeks scheduled for each course so that all required hours are completed within those weeks of the semester. All policies and procedures in the Associate’s Degree of Nursing Student Handbook apply to this course. Uniform attire purchase is required for the lab and clinical corequisite courses. Basic computer skills and a printer are needed for completion of course work and medical informatics. Health clearance and immunizations must be completed before the start of class. It is required that students have health care insurance and complete all health requirements as mandated by the industry and the College.

This NURS 362 class section (CRN 31302) is a HYBRID class: some of the work for the class will be online, and there will be at least one in-person session and/or meeting. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, proctored exams may take place online and/or face-to-face. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class does not require fieldwork. Email the instructor (km41@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take a hybrid class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

General Education Requirements:
FGA = Foundation GMP-A DA = Diversification-Arts DP = Diversification-Physical Science
FGB = Foundation GMP-B DB = Diversification-Biological Science DS = Diversification-Social Science
FGC = Foundation GMP-C DH = Diversification-Humanities DY = Diversification-Laboratory (science)
FQ = Foundation Quantitative Reasoning DL = Diversification-Literatures HSL= Hawaiian or Second Language
FS = Foundation Symbolic Reasoning
FW = Foundation Written Communication
Focus Requirements:
HAP= Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Issues
OC= Oral Communication
WI= Writing Intensive
Other:
FY= Seats Reserved for First-Year Students
RI= Research Intensive


Special Designations:
ONLD = Fully Online Program IDAP = eBook Access OI = Off-Island EC = Early College
ONL5 = 5-Week Online Program TXT0 = Textbook Cost $0 OS = Off-Site SF = Sustainability Focused


Class Meeting Days:
M = Monday F = Friday ONLINE ASYNC = Completely online, NO scheduled days/times
T = Tuesday S = Saturday TBA = To Be Announced/Arranged
W = Wednesday U= Sunday
R = Thursday