Exploring Nursing NUR 110 (2 Credits)
Instructional Model: This course will utilize numerous interactive activities including seminar, group discussion, and role play. Large group sessions will include didactic, audio-visual materials, and written examinations/quizzes.
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6 Mission Statement Lees-McRae College educates and inspires students to approach life and work from a creative, collaborative, and critical perspective in preparation for diverse careers and environments.
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