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Probability, random variables,
hypothesis testing, confidence
interval estimation, small sample
methods, correlation, and simple
linear regression.
Intermediate Algebra
MAT 1033
This course reviews and extends
many of the topics in basic algebra.
The student will solve real-world
problems through linear and
quadratic function modeling. A
graphing calculator is required for
this course.
Mathematics for Liberal Arts I
MGF 1106
This course is intended to familiarize
the student with useful, realistic
approaches to solving real-world
problems. Applications are selected
to best fit the needs and interests
of the class. An introductory but
relatively thorough look at linear
programming, from a geometric
point of view through computer-
based models, is emphasized.
The remaining portion provides
the fundamentals of set theory,
combinations and permutations,
probability theory and other related
topics.
Music
Music Appreciation I
MUH 2011
This course is designed as a non-
technical approach to the enjoyment
of listening to music for the
student who has little or no musical
background. The emphasis is on
an intelligent listening procedure
to material drawn from standard
repertoire through the Baroque
period (1750).
Nursing
Trigonometry
MAC 1114
This course is a study of
trigonometric functions and
their inverses, solutions of plane
triangles, complex numbers,
graphs of trigonometric functions,
trigonometric equations and
identities. Introduction to vector
algebra. It also develops higher level
problem-solving skills needed in
many
Clinical Nursing I
NUR 1211C
Clinical Nursing I is designed
to introduce selected medical-
surgical concepts and to provide
the opportunity to expand and
refine clinical skills acquired in
Fundamentals of Nursing. Utilizing
a systems framework, students will
be introduced to the inflammatory
process and pathological conditions
of diabetes and the ears, eyes, nose
and throat. Each system, respiratory,
musculoskeletal, cardiovascular,
immunological, hematopoietic,
integumentary systems as well
as the special needs of the medical
surgical patients are examined in
lecture and ski lls. Learning will
occur in the cognitive, affective,
and psychomotor domains. In this
course, students will be expected
to formulate nursing care plans
based on thorough assessments
of assigned patients in the clinical
setting and on knowledge of
pathophysiology. Application of
the nursing process supported by
evidence base research will allow
students to refine and transfer
previously learned theoretical and
clinical skills to a variety of clinical
situations.
Clinical Nursing II
NUR 2213C
Clinical Nursing II is designed
to provide the student with
additional theory and practice in
more complex and specialized
medical/surgical areas of nursing.
Students are expected to apply
facts and scientific principles from
previous courses. Utilizing a systems
framework, students are introduced
to gerontology and holistic care
of the older adult. Pathological
conditions of the cardiopulmonary,
vascular, respiratory, genitourinary,
neurological, hepatic, and biliary
systems are covered. Content
related to oncology. fluids and
electrolytes, hemodynamics, bums,
and mechanical ventilation are
also examined. Ethical decision
making, clinical problem solving,
diversity, and holism continue to
be keys concepts in this course.
Students are expected to formulate
and apply nursing care plans
based on thorough assessment of
patients in the clinical setting and
on knowledge of pathophysiology
and psychosocial needs of the
patient. Key concepts of nutrition
are integrated into the material and
course content.
Clinical Nursing III
NUR 2818C
Clinical Nursing III provides students
with the opportunity to build upon
knowledge and skills developed in
previous nursing courses. Students
are introduced to implementing
principles of leadership and
management. Classroom content
relates to the preparation of the
student for assuming the role of
professional nurse. Prioritization and
delegation are important concepts in
this course. The clinical component
is an individualized experience that
is selected in collaboration with
the faculty and an RN preceptor.
One alternate preceptor may be
designated. Guidelines for level II
practicum experiences are defined
by the Florida Board of Nursing in
the Nurse Practice Act chapter 64B
(15 a-g). All preceptor practicum
experiences are to be obtained
on an adult medical-surgical
unit or floor. The only exceptions
considered are for LPNs and require
the permission of the faculty and
program director. The clinical
component of practicum will not
commence until all requirements for
NUR 2462C are successfully met. The
preceptor must be approved by the
nursing program and must be an RN
licensed in the State of Florida. It is
the responsibility of the student to
meet with the preceptor to review
clinical expectation and goals prior
to beginning clinical time. The
student must obtain a resume from
the preceptor and a signed letter of
agreement.
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