May 18, 2024  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 The department offers selected courses from this catalog as warranted by student needs and availability of faculty. Specific offerings for each term may be found in the Schedule of Classes.
 

 

Music History, Literature, Appreciation and Education

  
  • MUS 354 - The Recording Studio

    (2)
    Continuation of MUS 353 and a study of recording, editing, mixing and mastering in a recording studio. The experience will conclude with the mastering of a CD.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 353.
  
  • MUS 370 - Women in Music

    (4)
    Focuses on the opportunities and roles of women in music from the Middle Ages to the present. Identical with WGS 370.
  
  • MUS 395 - Conducting I and II

    (2)
    Basic techniques of conducting. Both choral and instrumental techniques are studied. Students are assigned to a conducting or performance lab at least one hour per week.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 214, MUT 215.
  
  • MUS 396 - Conducting II

    (2)
    Continuation of MUS 395.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 395.
  
  • MUS 398 - Instrumental Methods for Choral Majors

    (1)
    Provides practical information related to the teaching of elementary instrumental music. Develops strategies for creative learning. Not open to students who have taken MUS 400.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 241, MUS 332, MUT 214, MUT 215 and major standing in music education.
  
  • MUS 400 - Elementary Instrumental Methods

    (2)
    Provides practical information related to the teaching of elementary instrumental music. Develops strategies for creative learning. Not open to students who have taken MUS 398.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 241, 332, MUT 214, 215; and major standing in music education.
  
  • MUS 404 - Secondary Instrumental Methods

    (2)
    Provides practical information related to the teaching of middle school and high school instrumental music, e.g., teaching strategies, repertoire, materials and techniques. Emphasis on developing musical understanding through the performance experience. Three hours per week field experience is required.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 241, MUS 332, MUT 214, MUT 215, and major standing in music education.
  
  • MUS 405 - Marching Band Methods

    (1)
    Provides practical information related to the organization and teaching of marching band. Topics include strategies and techniques for teaching, rehearsal, and student motivation. Introduction to show design and drill writing. Three hours per week field experience is required.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 395, MUS 396, MUT 214, MUT 215.
  
  • MUS 406 - Jazz Pedagogy

    (1)
    Preparation for teaching the fundamentals of jazz theory, jazz history, basic improvisation, and jazz ensemble rehearsal techniques.
    Prerequisite(s): permission of instructor.
  
  • MUS 409 - Choral Methods for Instrumental Majors

    (1)
    Introduction to theory and practice of teaching and learning in the choral classroom with emphasis on teaching for musical understanding. Topics include literature, score study, lesson planning, assessment, and reflective practice. Not open to students who have taken MUS 411.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 241, 332; MUT 214, 215 and major standing in music education.
  
  • MUS 412 - Choral Methods

    (3)
    Introduction to theory and practice of teaching and learning in the choral classroom with emphasis on teaching for musical understanding. Topics include literature, score study, lesson planning, assessment, and reflective practice. 30-hour field placement required.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 241, 332; MUT 214, 215; and major standing in music education.
  
  • MUS 420 - The Nineteenth-Century Symphony: History, Performance and Analysis

    (4)
    Nineteenth-century symphony from middle-period Beethoven to early Mahler. Aesthetics of absolute music and program music. Performance practice considered through historical recordings. Detailed analysis of selected examples. Satisfies the university general education requirement for the capstone experience. Satisfies the university general education requirement for a writing intensive course in the major. Prerequisite for writing intensive: completion of the university writing foundation requirement.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 332, MUT 214, MUT 215.
  
  • MUS 423 - Berlin’s Musical Cultures: 1900-1989

    (4)
    Examines intersections between political and social crises and twentieth-century music with a focus on Berlin.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 331, 332, MUT 214, 215.
  
  • MUS 425 - Critical Theory Methodologies in the Global Arts

    (4)
    Examines applications of critical theory to geographically and culturally diverse visual and performing arts.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 132 and one course selected from MUS 236, MUS 336, or DAN 175.
  
  • MUS 430 - Seminar in Opera and Drama

    (4)
    Relationship between opera and drama, and the literary sources used by composers for such musical works, through an examination of a number of representative works in the opera repertory from 1600 to 1945. Satisfies the university general education requirement for the capstone experience. Satisfies the university general education requirement for a writing intensive course in the major. Prerequisite for writing intensive: completion of the university writing foundation requirement.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 331, 332; MUT 214, 215.
  
  • MUS 431 - Teaching Music in the 21st Century I

    (3)
    Philosophical basis of learning and musical learning, their roots, historical contexts, assumptions and implications for education and music education practice. Satisfies the university general education requirement for the capstone experience. Satisfies the university general education requirement for a writing intensive course in the major. Prerequisite for writing intensive: completion of the university writing foundation requirement.
    Prerequisite(s): major standing in music education.
  
  • MUS 432 - Teaching Music in the 21st Century II

    (3)
    Application of theoretical ideas learned in MUS 431 in a secondary general music setting. Emphasis on the development of musical understanding through an interactive approach.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 431.
  
  • MUS 441 - Piano Pedagogy I

    (2)
    Instructional strategies for teaching the beginning piano student, including methods, materials and the use of music technology. Various aspects of establishing and managing a piano studio will be addressed. Weekly observations required.
    Prerequisite(s): permission of instructor.
  
  • MUS 442 - Piano Pedagogy II

    (2)
    Instructional strategies for teaching the intermediate and advanced piano student, including methods, materials, repertoire and the use of music technology. Includes weekly observations and supervised teaching.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 441.
  
  • MUS 447 - Instrumental Teaching Studio

    (2)
    Instructional strategies for teaching instrumental music in a private studio, including methods, materials, and music technology.
    Prerequisite(s): junior standing.
  
  • MUS 448 - Group Piano Pedagogy

    (2)
    Pedagogy for teaching group piano at all levels, preschool through adult, including college non-music majors and music majors. Explore texts, supplementary materials, electronic instruments. Learn teaching techniques and group dynamics. Lecture, observation, and supervised teaching.
    Prerequisite(s): senior standing in music and MUS 441, 442.
  
  • MUS 455 - Piano Repertoire I

    (2)
    Survey of piano repertoire from the baroque to classic (ca. 1600-ca. 1820).
    Prerequisite(s): instructor permission.
  
  • MUS 456 - Survey and Study of Choral Literature

    (2)
    Study of choral literature from the Renaissance to the present. Examination of music from each period with emphasis on literature selection for choral groups, understanding and interpretation of the scores, historical accuracy in performance, and program building, with an overall eye toward practical usage.
  
  • MUS 457 - Piano Repertoire II

    (2)
    Survey of piano repertoire from the classic to the present (ca. 1820 to the present).
    Prerequisite(s): MUA 455, MUS 455 or permission of instructor.
  
  • MUS 461 - Vocal Repertoire I

    (2)
    Survey of literature for the voice with emphasis on historical style. Covers the Middle Ages through the 19th century, with emphasis on German song.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 211 (may be taken concurrently).
  
  • MUS 462 - Vocal Repertoire II

    (2)
    Survey of literature for the voice with emphasis on historical style. Covers 19th and 20th century music emphasizing French, British and American song.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 212 (may be taken concurrently), and MUS 461 or MUA 461.
  
  • MUS 463 - Instrumental Repertoire I

    (1)
    Examination of instrumental repertoire with emphasis on chamber music, solo literature, and orchestral excerpts specific to the instrument of study.
    Prerequisite(s): junior standing.
  
  • MUS 464 - Instrumental Repertoire II

    (1)
    Continuation of MUS 463.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 481 or MUS 463.
  
  • MUS 480 - Advanced Choral Conducting

    (2)
    Studies in advanced choral technique and literature with emphasis on problem solving and practical applications.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 396 or permission of instructor.
  
  • MUS 481 - Advanced Instrumental Conducting

    (2)
    Studies in advanced instrumental technique and literature with emphasis on problem solving and practical applications.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 396 or permission of instructor.
  
  • MUS 491 - Directed Research in Music History

    (1 or 2)
    Directed individual reading and research for advanced music history majors.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 332.
  
  • MUS 494 - Directed Research in Music Education

    (2 or 4)
    Directed individual reading and research in music instruction.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 241 and either MUS 404 or 410.
  
  • MUS 495 - Independent Study

    (1 to 4)
    Normally for juniors and seniors.
    Prerequisite(s): permission of the music program.
  
  • MUS 497 - Apprentice College Teaching

    (2)
    Supervised participation in teaching an undergraduate course in music, together with discussion of teaching methods and objectives.
    Prerequisite(s): permission of instructor.
  
  • MUS 499 - Special Topics in Music

    (1 to 4)
    Current topics and issues in music performance and literature.

Music Theory and Composition

  
  • MUT 105 - Basic Musicianship for Musical Theatre Majors I and II

    (2)
    Develops understanding of the elements of music and how they interact within musical works, to enable students who use music in musical theatre performance to develop sufficient understanding of music concepts to use music effectively in performance and grasp basic rudiments of reading written music, including melody, rhythm, chords.
    Prerequisite(s): musical theatre majors only.
  
  • MUT 106 - Basic Musicianship for Musical Theatre Majors I and II

    (2)
    Continuation of MUT 105.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 105. Musical theatre majors only.
  
  • MUT 109 - Basic Musicianship for Dancers

    (2)
    Study of musical comprehension with particular focus on rhythm and sound organization and their relationship to physical impulse and response.
  
  • MUT 111 - Basic Musicianship for Music Students

    (2)
    A study of traditional Western music notation systems, focusing on how those systems indicate to the performer the various elements of music. Emphasis on diatonic relationships within major and minor keys. Intended for the music major who needs remedial preparation for MUT 112.
  
  • MUT 112 - Music Theory I

    (3)
    Fundamentals of musical structure, form, analysis and style. Intended for music majors. To be taken with MUT 113.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 111 or placement exam.
  
  • MUT 113 - Aural Skills I

    (1)
    A laboratory experience to accompany MUT 112.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 111 or placement exam.
  
  • MUT 114 - Music Theory II

    (3)
    Continuation of MUT 112. To be taken with MUT 115.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 112 and MUT 113 (or placement exam).
  
  • MUT 115 - Aural Skills II

    (1)
    A laboratory experience to accompany MUT 114.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 112 and MUT 113 (or placement exam).
  
  • MUT 212 - Music Theory III

    (3)
    Continuation of MUT 114.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 114 and MUT 115 (or placement exam).
  
  • MUT 213 - Aural Skills III

    (1)
    Laboratory experience to accompany MUT 212.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 114 and MUT 115 (or placement exam).
  
  • MUT 214 - Music Theory IV

    (3)
    Continuation of MUT 213.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 212 and MUT 213 (or placement exam).
  
  • MUT 215 - Aural Skills IV

    (1)
    A laboratory experience to accompany MUT 214.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 212 and MUT 213 (or placement exam).
  
  • MUT 260 - Creative Composition I

    (2)
    Techniques for composing original music including approaches to conceptualization, form, texture, melody, harmony and counterpoint. Skills will be developed in music notation, synthesizers, sequences and computer software. Frequent composition projects will be assigned and performed in class.
  
  • MUT 261 - Creative Composition II

    (2)
    Continuation of MUT 260.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 260.
  
  • MUT 311 - Musical Analysis and Form

    (4)
    Techniques of analyzing works of various styles and periods with an emphasis on tonal music.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 214, MUT 215.
  
  • MUT 312 - Counterpoint

    (4)
    Study of the contrapuntal style of the 17th and 18th centuries; includes composition and analysis in the styles.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 214, 215.
  
  • MUT 314 - Jazz Theory and Improvisation I

    (2)
    Introduction to jazz theory and improvisation concepts, including the modes of the major scale, historical jazz language practices, analysis of transcribed solos, ear training and basic jazz piano techniques.
    Prerequisite(s): permission of instructor.
  
  • MUT 315 - Jazz Theory and Improvisation II

    (2)
    Continuation of MUT 314.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 314 or permission of instructor.
  
  • MUT 410 - Analysis of Music Since 1900

    (4)
    Compositional and analytical techniques for music of the 20th and 21st centuries.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 214, 215.
  
  • MUT 411 - Orchestration

    (4)
    A study of the art of instrumental combination as applied to various ensemble applications, including full orchestra and band.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 214.
  
  • MUT 415 - Composition

    (2)
    Private lessons in composition and composition laboratory: studies, exercises and projects concerning creativity and craft in composing music. Weekly seminar is also required. May be repeated for credit.
    Prerequisite(s): Composition majors: MUT 114, 115 with average grade of 3.5 or higher. Non-composition majors: MUT 114, 260, 261 with average grade of 3.50 or higher.
  
  • MUT 416 - Jazz Composing and Arranging I

    (2)
    Composing and arranging technique for small jazz ensembles, including study of jazz notational systems, lead sheet creation, engraving and orchestration for small ensembles.
    Prerequisite(s): permission of instructor.
  
  • MUT 417 - Jazz Composing and Arranging II

    (2)
    Composing and arranging techniques for large jazz ensembles, including study of typical big band writing, formal structure, and contemporary trends in large ensemble writing.
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 416 or permission of instructor.

Nuclear Medicine Technology

  
  • NMT 401 - Clinical Internship I

    (12)
    Didactic and clinical experience in clinical nuclear medicine including instrumentation, radio pharmacy, ligand assay, organ imaging and therapy with radionuclides.
    Prerequisite(s): program permission.
  
  • NMT 402 - Clinical Internship II

    (12)
    Continuation of NMT 401.
  
  • NMT 403 - Clinical Internship III

    (8)
    Continuation of NMT 402.

Nursing

  
  • NRS 10 - Mathematics of Medication Administration 1

    (1)
    This course focuses on the use of logic and mathematics associated with safe medication calculations and administration in clinical nursing practice. Permission of instructor required.
  
  • NRS 20 - Mathematics of Medication Administration 2

    (1)
    This course focuses on the use of logic and mathematics associated with safe medication calculations and administration in clinical nursing practice. Permission of instructor required.
  
  • NRS 30 - Mathematics of Medication Administration 3

    (1)
    This course focuses on the use of logic and mathematics associated with safe medication calculations and administration in clinical nursing practice. Permission of instructor required.
  
  • NRS 206 - Introduction to Professional Nursing Practice

    (2)
    This course introduces students to the profession of nursing and to basic therapeutic interventions and skills used in professional nursing practice.
    Prerequisite(s): admission to the School of Nursing.
  
  • NRS 207 - Nursing Therapeutics I

    (1)
    This course involves theory and application in the laboratory setting of basic theoretical principles and therapeutic interventions used in professional nursing practice.
    Prerequisite(s): admission to the School of Nursing.
  
  • NRS 208 - Health Assessment

    (3)
    This course introduces students to the process of health assessment.
    Prerequisite(s): admission to the School of Nursing.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 209.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): PSY 225, NRS 206.
  
  • NRS 209 - Health Assessment Laboratory

    (1)
    This course involves application in the laboratory setting of principles related to health assessment.
    Prerequisite(s): admission to the School of Nursing.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 208.
  
  • NRS 210 - Nursing Therapeutics II

    (2)
    This course involves theory and application in the laboratory setting of basic and more applied theoretical principles and therapeutic interventions used in professional nursing practice.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 206, 207, 208, 209.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 302, 303.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 221, 227.
  
  • NRS 213 - Basic Clinical Competencies I

    (1)
    This course involves application of basic theoretical principles and therapeutic nursing interventions in clinical settings appropriate to preschool aged children to adolescents.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 206, 207, 208, 209, 216.
  
  • NRS 216 - Health Promotion I

    (3)
    This course explores wellness and health promotion from a nursing perspective during prenatal through adolescence.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): PSY 225, NRS 206, 208, 209, 252.
  
  • NRS 221 - Nursing Informatics

    (2)
    This course introduces students to basic healthcare informatics’ topics, tools, and techniques and provides students with the foundational knowledge needed to use information management and patient care technologies to deliver safe and effective care. Basic-BSN and Accelerated Second Degree = NRS 227, RN-BSN = NRS 310.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 227 or NRS 310.
  
  • NRS 227 - Pathophysiology

    (3)
    This course explores biological and physiological deviations that can occur throughout the life span.
    Prerequisite(s): BIO 121.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): BIO 307.
  
  • NRS 228 - Pediatric Pathophysiology

    (1)
    This course explores biological and physiological deviations in the pediatric population. It is designed to supplement a NRS 227 equivalent that does not include pediatric content.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): BIO 307.
  
  • NRS 252 - Scientific Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice

    (2)
    The course introduces students to the scientific basis of professional nursing practice
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 206, 207, 208, 209, 213, 216.
  
  • NRS 260 - Topics in Nursing

    (1 to 12 credits)
    Presents special topics or areas of nursing that students may wish to develop. Clinical experiences in a health care facility may be required.
    Prerequisite(s): admission to the School of Nursing or permission of instructor.
  
  • NRS 280 - Introduction to Professional Nursing Practice

    (4)
    This course introduces students to the scientific basis of nursing and the application of the nursing process. This course is reserved for students admitted to the accelerated second degree program. Satisfies the university general education requirement in U.S. diversity. Satisfies the university general education requirement for a writing intensive course in the major. Prerequisite for writing intensive: completion of the university writing foundation requirement.
    Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Accelerated Second Degree Program.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 281.
  
  • NRS 281 - Nursing Practice Concepts Lab

    (2)
    This course involves theory and application in the laboratory setting of basic theoretical principles and therapeutic interventions used in professional nursing practice. This course is reserved for students admitted to the accelerated second degree program.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 280.
  
  • NRS 282 - Health Assessment Across the Life Span

    (3)
    Course focuses on concepts, skills and attitudes fundamental to professional nursing practice within a framework of clinical decision-making. Importance of therapeutic communication and the assessment of cultural, socioeconomic and diversity aspects of healthcare will be emphasized.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 283.
  
  • NRS 283 - Health Assessment Across the Life Span Lab

    (1)
    This course involves application in the laboratory setting of principles related to health assessment. This course is reserved for students admitted to the accelerated second degree program.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 282.
  
  • NRS 286 - Basic Clinical Competencies

    (2)
    This course involves application of basic theoretical principles and therapeutic nursing interventions in clinical settings appropriate to adults and the elderly. This course is reserved for students admitted to the accelerated second degree program.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 380.
  
  • NRS 302 - Health Promotion II

    (3)
    This course explores wellness and health promotion from a nursing perspective for adults and the elderly. Satisfies the university general education requirement in U.S. diversity.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 216, 252.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 303.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 221, 227.
  
  • NRS 303 - Basic Clinical Competencies II

    (2)
    This course involves application of basic theoretical principles and therapeutic nursing interventions in clinical settings appropriate to adults and the elderly.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 213, 252.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 302.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 221, 227.
  
  • NRS 304 - Human Sexuality

    (4)
    Students will apply knowledge from previous general education courses, specifically from the Foundations, Exploration and/or Diversity areas, to the topic of human sexuality. Overall, this course will apply knowledge from the natural and social sciences to address issues, concerns, varying perspectives, and phenomena associated with human sexuality. Satisfies the university general education requirement in the knowledge application integration area and in U.S. diversity. Prerequisite: Prerequisite for knowledge application: completion of the general education requirement in the natural science and technology or social science knowledge exploration areas, not both. Students completing other general education core courses may take this course with permission of the instructor.
  
  • NRS 308 - Pharmacology in Nursing

    (3)
    This course explores pharmacological interventions and their rationale for professional nursing practice.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 227.
  
  • NRS 310 - Conceptual Foundations of Nursing Practice

    (4)
    This course examines the conceptual foundations of professional nursing practice. This course is reserved for students admitted to the BSN completion sequence.
    Prerequisite(s): BIO 121, CHM 104, CHM 201 and WRT 160.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): one of the following philosophy courses (PHL 101, 102, 104, 107, 204, 205, 206) and PSY 225.
  
  • NRS 329 - Nursing Care of Adults

    (3)
    This course integrates theory, research, and specific nursing interventions for ill adults and older adults, and their families.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 221, 227, 303.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 336.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 308.
  
  • NRS 336 - Nursing Care of Adults: Clinical

    (2)
    This course involves the clinical application of theory, research, and specific nursing interventions with a focus on adults and older adults, and their families.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 329.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 308.
  
  • NRS 337 - Nursing Care of Children: Clinical

    (2)
    This course involves the clinical application of theory, research, and specific nursing interventions with a focus on children and adolescents.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 308,329,336.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 339.
  
  • NRS 338 - Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family: Clinical

    (2)
    This course involves the clinical application of theory, research, and specific nursing interventions with a focus on the childbearing family.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 308, 329, 336.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 349.
  
  • NRS 339 - Nursing Care of Children

    (3)
    This course integrates theory, research, and specific nursing interventions with a focus on children and adolescents.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 308, 329, 336.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 337.
  
  • NRS 340 - Health Promotion in the Community

    (4)
    This course focuses on the development of nursing interventions for health promotion with diverse client populations across the lifespan. This course is reserved for students admitted to the BSN completion sequence.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 310.
  
  • NRS 349 - Nursing Care of Childbearing Family

    (3)
    This course integrates theory, research, and specific nursing interventions with a focus on the childbearing family.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 308, 329, 336.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 338.
  
  • NRS 354 - Nursing Leadership and Health Care Issues

    (2)
    This course presents the principles of nursing leadership and management, health policy, and legal and ethical issues in professional nursing practice.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 308, 329, 336.
  
  • NRS 355 - Nursing Leadership and Health Care Issues

    (3 or 4)
    This course presents the principles of nursing leadership and management, health policy, and legal and ethical issues in professional nursing practice. This course is reserved for students admitted to the BSN completion sequence.
    Pre/Corequisite(s): NRS 310.
  
  • NRS 360 - Topics in Nursing

    (1 to 12)
    Presents special topics or areas of nursing that students may wish to develop. Clinical experience in health care facility may be required. May be repeated for additional credit when offered as a different topic title.
    Prerequisite(s): admission to the School of Nursing or permission of instructor.
  
  • NRS 361 - Global Health

    (2)
    This course provides a basic level perspective of global health issues and policies. Geographical regions and current world events are used to provide students with examples of complex issues such as infections, diseases, nutrition, and environmental health. Life span health issues are analyzed from a global perspective.
    Prerequisite(s): NRS 227.
  
  • NRS 380 - Comprehensive Adult Nursing I

    (3)
    This course integrates theory, research, and specific nursing interventions for nursing care of adults and older adults and their families. This course is reserved for students admitted to the accelerated second degree program.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 381.
  
  • NRS 381 - Comprehensive Adult Nursing I: Clinical

    (2)
    This course involves the clinical application of theory, research and specific nursing interventions with a focus on adults and older adults, and their families. This course is reserved for students admitted to the accelerated second degree program.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 380.
  
  • NRS 382 - Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family

    (3)
    This course integrates theory, research, and specific nursing interventions for nursing care of childbearing families. This course is reserved for students admitted to the accelerated second degree program.
    Corequisite(s): NRS 383, NRS 384.
 

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