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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
NUR 1020C
Fundamentals of Nursing
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, and
evaluation 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
inherent in the nursing profession.
NUR 2462C
Maternal-Child Health
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.
NUR 1520C
Nursing in Mental Health
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.
NUR 1142
Pharmacology for Nursing
An introductory course in pharmacology
for nurses. The outline is coordinated to
match lecture content.
OCB 2107C
Fld App Mar Sci: Mon Carib Ree
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
Philosophy and Religion
PHI 2600
Introduction to Ethics
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.
PHI 2010
Introduction to Philosophy
An introductory, undergraduate course
that focuses on an examination of basic
problems of philosophy. Includes a 6,000
word writing requirement.
REL 2300
World Religions
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
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.
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