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Fundamentals of Nursing
NUR 1020C
Fundamentals of Nursing is designed
to introduce the student to selected
concepts and technologies which
are utilized in the practice of
nursing. Concepts of health, stress
adaptation, biological, psychological,
and social needs provide the
student with a theoretical basis
for the assessment, planning,
implementation, andevaluation of
nursing care to selected patients.
Clinical experiences are provided
in both a practice laboratory and in
various health care facilities under
faculty supervision. Throughout
the course, the student is
expected to develop a beginning
understanding of the various roles
and responsibilities inherentin the
nursing profession.
Maternal-Child Health
NUR 2462C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree.
Concepts from nursing fundamentals
are adapted to the nursing care
of the family. Through classroom
and clinical experiences, students
gain knowledge of the processes,
problems, and deviations from
health which influence or alter the
normal course of parenthood and
child care. Studies of women’s health,
the reproduction cycle, growth and
development of the child, well and ill
child care, and the impact of illness
and hospitalization on the family
are provided in the classroom. These
studies provide the students with
the theoretical basis to safely apply
the nursing process in caring for
obstetric and pediatric clients in a
variety of health care settings.
Nursing in Mental Health
NUR 1520C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This
course is designed to provide the
student with the opportunity to
examine mental health concepts
and related nursing interventions.
Utilizing a nursing process
framework, students are introduced
to theoretical models of behavior,
classification and symptomatology
of mental disorders, and the various
treatment modalities associated
with mental health care. Emphasis
is placed on the student’s ability
to apply the nursing process with
selected clients. Through individual
and group supervision, the student is
encouraged to develop awareness of
his/her own behavior and the impact
on others.
Pharmacology for Nursing
NUR 1142
An introductory course in
pharmacology for nurses. The outline
is coordinated to match lecture
content.
Fld App Mar Sci: Mon Carib Ree
OCB 2107C
This course will equip students with
the basic skill required to monitor
Caribbean reef fish. The course will
teach students how to identify the
most common Caribbean reef and
how to survey a reef using the REEF
method. The course will provide
participants with Level III REEF
Certification. REEF Fish Identification:
Level III is achieved by passing the
Common Fishes Quiz with 80%,
conducting 25 surveys and engaging
in reflective discussions with the
instructor after survey 2, 10, and 25.
Assessment tools will include exams,
data transcription sheets, reflections
and a portfolio. This course will have
2 lecture contact hours per week
(=30 contact hourse per semester)
and 2 lab contact hours per week
(=30 contact hours per semester).
Philosophy and Religion
Introduction to Ethics
PHI 2600
An introductory, undergraduate
course that offers a critical evaluation
of the major theories of moral
values. The major emphasis of the
course is the application of theory
to contemporary ethical problems.
Includes a 6,000 word writing
requirement.
Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 2010
An introductory, undergraduate
course that focuses on an
examination of basic problems of
philosophy. Includes a 6,000 word
writing requirement.
World Religions
REL 2300
A study of the major religious
traditions of the world noting
distinctive features and common
elements. Topics include: The
Ancient World, Hinduism, Buddhism,
religions of China, Japan, and India,
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Includes a 6,000 word writing
requirement.
Physical Science
Astronomy
AST 1002
Descriptive study of the elements of
astronomy including the chemical
composition and motion of the
planets, their moons, comets and
asteroids. Theories of solar system
formation, the Sun and the universe
are discussed and compared based
on the physical and the chemical
nature of matter. Such current
topics as the “Greenhouse Effect”
caused by increased levels of carbon
dioxide in the atmosphere and “The
Hole in the Ozone Layer” caused
by the release of flurochlorcarbons
into the atmosphere are used to
help understand the chemical
nature of the atmospheres of
other planets and their moons
and the implications for planet
Earth. Mathematical procedures
are not stressed. Use of telescopes
and computer software enhance
the study of celestial objects.
Recommended for liberal arts
majors.
Chemistry for Health Sciences
CHM 1033
This course meets the new
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