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MAT 0018
Developmental Mathematics I
Topics include: whole numbers; integers;
fractions; decimals; decimals and
percents; geometry; pre-algebra.
MAT 0028
Developmental Mathematics II
Topics include: exponents and
polynomials; factoring; radicals,
rationals; linear equations; graphing.
STA 2023
Int Probability & Statistics I
A mathematics course that focuses on
the following major topics: Probability,
random variables, hypothesis testing,
confidence interval estimation, small
sample methods, correlation, and simple
linear regression.
MAT 1033
Intermediate Algebra
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.
MGF 1106
Mathematics for Liberal Arts I
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.
MAC 1114
Trigonometry
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 other studies.
Music
MUH 2011
Music Appreciation I
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
NUR 1211C
Clinical Nursing I
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.
NUR 2213C
Clinical Nursing II
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.
NUR 2818C
Clinical Nursing III
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
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