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What are some of the classes offered at the Excelsior College of Nursing?

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Excelsior College offers nursing degree programs at associate, bachelor's and master's levels. Nursing classes at Excelsior College therefore range from lower level to graduate level, depending on their corresponding degree programs.

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As of July 2015, some examples of lower level courses open to nursing students in the associate degree program include Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Differences, Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Safety and Transition to the Professional Nurse Role.

The course Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Differences covers the application of basic nursing concepts to alleviate common health deviations. Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Safety teaches nursing concepts of safety. Transition to the Professional Nurse Role focuses on the required knowledge and skills of a registered professional nurse.

As of July 2015, some examples of upper level courses open to nursing students in the bachelor's degree program include The Profession of Nursing: Becoming Influential, Introduction to Informatics for Nurses and Community Health Nursing: Caring for the Public's Health.

The Profession of Nursing: Becoming Influential focuses on the development of contemporary nursing and the required skillset for a bachelor's level professional nurse. Introduction to Informatics for Nurses teaches skills in information management and the application of technology in nursing practice. Community Health Nursing: Caring for the Public's Health focuses on models and theories of community health nursing.

As of July 2015, some examples of graduate level courses open to nursing students in the master's degree program include Health Care Delivery Systems: Social, Political, and Economic Influences, Community

Nursing: Human Diversity and Public Health and Management of Fiscal and Operational Systems.

The course Health Care Delivery Systems: Social, Political, and Economic Influences examines the impact of health care policy and finance on the delivery of health care services. Community Nursing: Human Diversity and Public Health examines the socioeconomic and political factors underlying certain communities' responses to health-related challenges. Management of Fiscal and Operational Systems focuses on the application of management principles in designing cost-effective clinical systems.

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