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  • 201-833-3000

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  • 877-HOLY-NAME (465-9626)

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  • 201-833-3300

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  • 201-833-3187

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  • 201-833-7040

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  • 201-833-3352

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School of Nursing

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Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing
Open House Dates:

LPN Only Sessions:
  • 6/6/18 **
Time:
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
** Holy Name (Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing)
690 Teaneck Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666

RN Program Curriculum

The curriculum of Holy Name Medical Center Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing is developed in accordance with the philosophy and goals of the School and provides for the education of the student as a professional nurse and as a person. The curriculum design is based on a synthesis of constructs, definitions and propositions from Orem's self-care theory. The program extends over two academic years with two 16-week semesters and a six-week spring semester each year. The nursing courses include classroom instruction as well as clinical experiences. The clinical experiences are supervised by the faculty of the School of Nursing.

Holy Name Medical Center Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing has a collaborative arrangement/contractual agreement with St. Peter's College which gives the student the option of receiving an A.A.S. in health sciences in addition to the diploma in nursing. The nursing curriculum is dependent upon proper sequencing of courses. All non-nursing courses in this curriculum are to be completed prior to or during the semester in which they are listed.

Curriculum Objectives

  1. Use the nursing process to give direct care to individuals and groups of patients with any type of well-defined health-deviation self-care requisite.
  2. Develop and implement a short range teaching plan forindividuals and groups of patients using the teachinglearning process.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of nursing care in meeting the therapeutic self-care requisites of patients across the lifespan.
  4. Coordinate the care of individuals and groups of patients with health deviation or self-care requisites, and meet their therapeutic self-care demands
  5. Maintain effective communication with patients, families and the healthcare team.
  6. Make legal and ethical decisions in caring for individuals and groups of patients of any age.
  7. Act as liaison for individuals and groups of patients within structured healthcare settings.
  8. Use the established organizational hierarchy to problemsolve within the structured healthcare setting.
  9. Actively participate in maintaining and remaining accountable for personal and professional conduct and growth.
  10. Abide by the code of ethics, which has been clarified and interpreted by a comprehensive self-governing organization of practitioners.

First Year

Fall Semester (16 Weeks)
Course: Nursing 101

Class Class Hours Clin/Lab Hours Credits
Fundamentals of Nsg Health Assessment Pharmacology I961108**
Anatomy/Physiology I* (Bi 171)45304
Intro to Psychology* (Ps 151)45NA3
English Composition* (Cm 120)45NA3
Total Credits: 18
Holiday Recess (2 Weeks)

Winter Semester (16 Weeks)
Course: Nursing 102

Class Class Hours Clin/Lab Hours Credits
Parent/Child Health Nursing961409**
Anatomy/Physiology II* (Bi 172)45304
Basic Microbiology* (Bi 161)45304
Total Credits: 17
Spring Recess (1 Week)

Spring Semester (6 Weeks)
Course: Nursing 201

Class Class Hours Clin/Lab Hours Credits
Mental Health Nursing42644**
Life Span Development* (Ps 235)4503
Total Credits:7
Summer Vacation

The nursing curriculum is dependent upon proper sequencing of courses. All non-nursing courses in this curriculum are to be completed prior to or during the semester in which 30 transferable credits they are listed.

Clock hour = 60 min.
Credit Hour = 1 hour of theory, 3 hours of clinical and/or lab

† Not required for Diploma option
** Nursing Courses = 30 transferable credits
* College Courses = 36 credits
Total for A.A.S. = 66 credits
(30 credits in Nursing and 36 College Credits can be applied to the BSN degree)

Second Year

Fall Semester (16 Weeks)
Course: Nursing 202

Class Class Hours Clin/Lab Hours Credits
Adult Health Nursing I, Pharmacology II9617210**
Introduction to Sociology* (So 121)45NA3
Intro to Philosophy* (Pl 100)45NA3
Total Credits:16
Forms of Literature*† (El 123)45NA3
Holiday Recess (2 Weeks)

Winter Semester (16 Weeks)
Course: Nursing 301

Class Class Hours Clin/Lab Hours Credits
Adult Health Nursing II, EBP for Healthcare Practitioner9617210**
Contemporary Issues in Bioethics* (PI 254)45NA3
Introduction to the Visual Arts* (Ar 127)45NA3
Total Credits: 16
Spring Recess (1 Week)

Spring Semester (6 Weeks)
Course: Nursing 201

Class Class Hours Clin/Lab Hours Credits
Management of Patient Care42644**
Total Credits:4
Summer Vacation

The nursing curriculum is dependent upon proper sequencing of courses. All non-nursing courses in this curriculum are to be completed prior to or during the semester in which they are listed.

Clock hour = 60 min.
Credit Hour = 1 hour of theory, 3 hours of clinical and/or lab

† Not required for Diploma option
**Nursing Courses = 45 total credits/30 transferable credits
* College Courses = 36 credits
Total for A.A.S. = 66 credits
(30 credits in Nursing and 36 College Credits can be applied to the BSN degree)

RN Class Schedule

Estimated: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Starting August 20, 2018)