School Nurse Services Credential (SNSC)
This specialty (nondegree) program includes core academic courses and those required for the school nurse services credential, preparing registered nurses who have completed a bachelor’s degree to be effective practitioners of school health. Students develop theoretical and practical expertise in nursing and education applied to basic health services in the public schools (K-12), learning to establish, maintain, and coordinate a comprehensive school health program. This includes planning health programs, assessing the health of children, providing health care and health referral, and contributing to the formulation and evaluation of health policy. To maximize children’s ability to learn in school, candidates for the credential emphasize child health maintenance, illness prevention, restoration of health, and childhood wellness. This program is approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).
|Academic Core Course||3|
|GNRS 504||Bioethics and Health Care Policy||3|
|Advanced Practice Core Courses||6|
|GNRS 510||Family Theory in Health Care||2|
|GNRS 511||Advanced Pediatric Health Assessment and Health Promotion 1||4 (3/1)|
|or GNRS 512||Advanced Health Assessment and Health Promotion|
|Advanced Practice Specialty Courses||17|
|EDUC 537||Curriculum Development, Revision, and Evaluation Process||3|
|GNRS 550A||Theory and Practice in School Nursing||6 (3/3)|
|GNRS 589||Adolescent Health Care||2 (2/0)|
|GNRS 590A||Primary Health Care of the Young Family||6 (3/3)|
|Total Units for the SNSC 2||26|
Numbers in parentheses are classroom/clinical units.
Students must also take a California-approved audiometry course to meet SNSC requirements.
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