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2011 - Summer

School of Nursing (NU)

Nursing (NUR)


NUR 3310
Foundations for Practice
3310   Professional Development: Foundations for Practice          
Prerequisite(s): Admission to nursing major.
   Introduces the role of the professional nurse as a member of the interdisciplinary health care team, nursing process, standards of practice, and philosophy of nursing from a current and historical perspective. The concepts of critical thinking, therapeutic communication and caring are introduced as tools to enhance the nurse-client relationship.
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F30Closed32-4N/A17744MTW0800AM - 1100AMTBA TBA3Regular
Nan Ketcham
Start Date: 05/16/2011; End Date: 06/03/2011
FastBacc students only
On-line work required


NUR 3314
Health Assessment
3314   Health Assessment                                          
Prerequisite(s): Admission to the nursing major.
   Technique for conducting a physical assessment, collecting a health history, and documenting findings.
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F30Closed32-4N/A17745MTW1200PM - 0200PMTBA TBA0 - 3Regular
Leslie K. Payne
Start Date: 05/16/2011; End Date: 06/03/2011
Lab required
FastBacc students only
F3AClosed180N/A17746RF0800AM - 1200PMTBA TBA0 - 3Laboratory
Marilyn S. Hightower
Jane Price
Kathryn Voreis
Start Date: 05/16/2011; End Date: 06/03/2011
FastBacc students only
Must also enroll in NUR 3314-F30
F3BClosed180N/A17747RF0100PM - 0500PMTBA TBA0 - 3Laboratory
Marilyn S. Hightower
Jane Price
Kathryn Voreis
Start Date: 05/16/2011; End Date: 06/03/2011
FastBacc students only
Must also enroll in NUR 3314-F30


NUR 3324
The Maturing Family
3324   The Maturing Family                                      
Prerequisite(s): NUR 3310, 3316, and 3420.
   A study of topics related to human needs fulfillment of older adults, their families, and significant others in their lives. An overview of theories of aging, and survey of social, legal, and political issues and trends in the United States will provide a foundation for the nursing assessment, planning, and delivery of nursing care for the older adult. Learners will also have the opportunities to explore the application of the human needs framework to the aging process.
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F30Closed32-2N/A17641MTW0800AM - 0100PMTBA TBA3Regular
Jane Price
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


NUR 4316
Perioperative Nursing
4316   Perioperative Nursing                                  
Prerequisite(s): All courses in Semesters I, II and III of the major or consent of instructor.
   Professional nursing practice roles and skills used to promote human needs fulfillment in the preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative phases of a client's surgical experience. (2-1)
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F1Cancelled00N/A17001----- 3Regular
STAFF
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


NUR 4331
Health Care in Argentina
4331   Health Care in Argentina
Prerequisite(s): Completion of Level III courses or consent of instructor.
   Students will compare and contrast health care delivery and nursing care in United States and
Argentina. They will tour local hospitals and clinics, follow Argentinian nursing students in their
community visits, and hear from local faculty about nursing care in Argentina.
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1AClosed00N/A17699----- 3Regular
STAFF
Start Date: 06/03/2011; End Date: 06/25/2011
Departmental approval required
Nursing and Health Care in Argentina
Special meeting dates: June 3-25
F1Cancelled00N/A17642----- 3Regular
STAFF
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


NUR 4388
Emergency Nursing
4388   Emergency Nursing                                          
Prerequisite(s): All courses in Semester I, II, and III of nursing major or consent of instructor.
   Nursing care that facilitates human need fulfillment for a diverse population of clients in an emergency setting. Students will be provided an opportunity to enhance previously learned nursing skills as they are applied to promote, maintain and restore an optimal level of health to individual clients and families.
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F1Closed120N/A11631----- 3Regular
Bonnie Savoldi
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


NUR 4V08
Special Topics/Nursing
4V08   Special Topics in Nursing                                         1 to 3 sem. hrs.
   The special topics, variable credit course provides opportunity for independent and individualized courses of study. This course does not satisfy the elective credit in the major.
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F1Cancelled00N/A17000----- 1 - 3Regular
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Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


NUR 3314
Health Assessment
3314   Health Assessment                                          
Prerequisite(s): Admission to the nursing major.
   Technique for conducting a physical assessment, collecting a health history, and documenting findings.
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S1Closed160N/A17639----- 0 - 3Regular
Valerie L. Trousdale
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
SAClosed160N/A17640----- 0 - 3Laboratory
Valerie L. Trousdale
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 4317
High Risk Perinatal Nursing
4317   High Risk Perinatal Nursing                                
Prerequisite(s): All courses in Semester I, II, and III of the major.
   This course focuses upon nursing care to promote human needs fulfillment for families experiencing prenatal, intrapartal, postpartal and/or neonatal complications.
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S1Open125N/A17774----- 3Regular
Lyn Prater
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 4359
Health Promotion
4359   Health Promotion
Prerequisite(s): Level I & II and commitment to pursue an activity to improve personal health.
   This course focuses on knowledge, skills, beliefs, and values from previous life experiences and nursing courses in order to develop a broader understanding of human needs through the study of health and health promotion. The course will provide an opportunity for the student to examine his/her own values and beliefs in order to meet human needs through an individualized program and personal health promotion.
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S1Open2014N/A17703----- 3Regular
Carol J. Johns
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 3316
Human Needs I
3316   Human Needs I
Prerequisite(s): Admission in nursing major.
   Course introduces the human needs framework. Students are introduced to the role of the nurse as a facilitator of the nursing process. Case studies provide opportunities for learners to explore relationships among human needs, identify nursing interventions including those related to pharmaceuticals and plan care for a variety of physiologic, psychosocial and spiritual client needs.
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30Closed32-2N/A16653M1230PM - 0300PMTBA TBA3Regular
Cheryl A. Tucker
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 3414
Prof Nursing Practice I
3414   Professional Nursing Practice I                            
Prerequisite(s): Admission to the nursing major; and all Semester I courses.
   Introduction to nursing practice emphasizing establishing nurse-client relationships, applying the nursing process, and developing psychomotor skills.
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30Closed32-2N/A16673W1030AM - 1230PMTBA TBA0 - 4Regular
Nan Ketcham
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
AClosed0-18N/A18014----- 0 - 4Laboratory
Stephanie Allen
Kathryn Voreis
Cindy A. Tynes
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
BClosed0-16N/A18015----- 0 - 4Laboratory
Stephanie Allen
Cindy A. Tynes
Mary A. Bruce
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
C1Closed80N/A16674RF0630AM - 0230PMTBA TBA0 - 4Clinical
Mary A. Bruce
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
C2Closed8-1N/A16675RF0630AM - 0230PMTBA TBA0 - 4Clinical
Cindy A. Tynes
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
C3Closed80N/A16676RF0630AM - 0230PMTBA TBA0 - 4Clinical
Leslie K. Payne
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
C4Closed8-1N/A16677RF0630AM - 0230PMTBA TBA0 - 4Clinical
Kathy Chaney
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 3420
Pathophysiology/Pharmacology I
3420   Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I
Prerequisite(s): Admission in nursing major.
   Course introduces the pathophysiological basis of illness as a hindrance to human needs fulfillment. Epidemiological and genetic factors influential on pathophysiology and pharmacological therapy are addressed. Interferences with human physiologic functioning and adaptive processes are identified. Pharmacological principles are included as an essential element of nursing care.
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30Closed32-2N/A16655M0800AM - 1130AMTBA TBA4Regular
Cheryl A. Tucker
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
FastBacc students only / Online work required


NUR 5141
Prof Issues Nurse-Midwives
5141   Professional Issues for Nurse-Midwives
   The role of the nurse-midwife in contemporary society is explored. The historic, political, and economic bases of nurse-midwifery practice are examined. Students will become familiar with documents of the American College of Nurse Midwives, as well as regulations and legislation which guide, interpret, and provide a legal and ethical base for future nurse-midwifery practice.
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01Open1512N/A15731----- 1Regular
Mary C. Brucker
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5153
Advanced Family Practice I
5153   Advanced Family Practice I
Co-requisite(s): NUR 5355 or consent of faculty.
Prerequisite(s): NUR 5350, 5351, 5452 and current physical assessment skills.
   Beginning diagnosis and treatment of common acute and chronic illnesses seen by the family nurse practitioner for selected body systems.
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01Closed70N/A16888----- 1Practicum
Marie F. Daly
Brad White
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
02Open71N/A16889----- 1Practicum
Marie F. Daly
Brad White
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
03Open77N/A16890----- 1Practicum
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Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5158
NM I:Adv Pract Nurse Practicum
5158   Nurse-Midwifery I: Primary Care for Advanced Practice Nurses Practicum
Prerequisite(s): NUR 5232, 5233, 5351, and 5452 and NUR 5255 or concurrent enrollment.
   Clinical experiences guided by preceptors. Ongoing faculty evaluation of written assignments and periodic on-site evaluation of clinical skills and management by the primary course faculty.
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01Open159N/A15730----- 1Practicum
Marie F. Daly
Brad White
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5199
Non-Thesis Degree Completion
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01Open1010N/A16789----- 1Independent Study
Mary A. Faucher
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5212
Adv Practice Nursing Roles
5212   Advanced Practice Nursing Roles
Prerequisite(s): Graduate-level standing.
   Analysis and synthesis of the multidimensional role and responsibilities of advanced practice nursing.
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01Open3021N/A14219----- 2Regular
Donna M. LoSasso
Mary C. Brucker
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5217
Budg/Hlthcr Fin Nur Leadership
5217   Budgeting and Healthcare Finance for Nursing Leadership    
   Analysis and application of current general accounting principles and financial management processes in budget development and control in selected nursing settings.
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01Open2019N/A16005----- 2Regular
Linda S. Plank
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5246
NM IV: High Risk Family
5246   Nurse-Midwifery IV: High Risk Family
Prerequisite(s): NUR 5345.
   This course focuses on application of the Nurse-Midwifery process to the care of mothers and newborns with complications. The goal of this course is to further develop the roles and responsibilities of the health care provider in caring for women and families who have high-risk situations or conditions.
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01Open107N/A15999----- 2Regular
Carol D. Graham
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5247
NM IV: High Risk Family Pract
5247   Nurse-Midwifery IV: High Risk Family Practicum
Prerequisite(s): NUR 5246 or concurrent enrollment.
   A clinical course that focuses on application of the Nurse-Midwifery process to the care of mothers and newborns with complications. The goal of this course is to further develop the role and responsibilities of the health care provider in caring for women and families who have a high-risk situation or condition. This knowledge is continuously acquired and builds upon previous and concurrent courses. This course is specifically built upon the acquisition of information from the course NUR 5345: Nurse-Midwifery III: Childbearing Family.
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01Open107N/A16000----- 2Practicum
Carol D. Graham
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5255
NM I:Pri Care Adv Pract Nurses
5255   Nurse Midwifery I: Primary Care for Advanced Practice Nurses
Prerequisite(s): NUR 5350, 5351 and 5452.
   This course uses a modified self-mastery learning approach which includes on-campus classes and web-enhanced learning. Each unit of learning contains theoretical objectives that are covered in the depth needed to meet the scope of practice of the different advanced practice nursing specialty areas. Examples of learning activities include readings, lectures, seminars, guest speakers, case studies, demonstrations and return demonstrations, and multi-media aids.
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01Open159N/A15729----- 2Regular
Mary A. Faucher
Lori A. Spies
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5355
Family Hlth Care Mgt I
5355   Family Health Care Management I                            
Co-requisite(s): NUR 5153.
Prerequisite(s): NUR 5350, 5351, 5452 and current physical assessment skills.
   Beginning diagnosis of common acute and chronic illnesses seen by the family nurse practitioner. An interdependent systematic approach to the treatment options across the lifespan will be studied for selected body systems.
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01Open218N/A10337----- 3Regular
Mary A. Faucher
Lori A. Spies
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5363
Adv Neonatal Nurs Practicum II
5363   Advanced Neonatal Nursing Practicum II
Prerequisite(s): NUR 5266.
   Practicum focuses on continuing to develop clinical competency and delivery room management in the advanced practice role while incorporating pathophysiology, stabilization, management, and evaluation of high-risk newborns/infants with mixed acuity and chronic health problems. By using the processes of expert practice, consultation, collaboration, administration, and research utilization, the student will provide advanced nursing management of a caseload of high-risk newborns/infants and their families. The experience is accomplished under the guidance of program faculty and the supervision of approved preceptors (Advanced Practice Neonatal Nurses and board-certified neonatologists).
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01Open63N/A16657----- 3Practicum
Donna M. LoSasso
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
02Open63N/A16691----- 3Practicum
Donna M. LoSasso
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5367
Acute/Chronic Newborn/Infant
5367   Advanced Neonatal Nursing Management II: Acute & Chronic Problems of Newborns/Infants
Prerequisite(s): NUR 5365.
   Theoretical and practical knowledge needed for advanced practice neonatal nurse (APNN) to manage the health care needs of culturally diverse newborns/infants in neonatal intensive care units (NICU) and post-discharge NICU graduates through the first two (2) years of life. Content focuses on stabilization, management, and evaluation of acute and chronic illness during infancy. Responsibilities of APNN in perinatal-neonatal health care policy and delivery systems management are also emphasized.
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01Open2014N/A16658----- 3Regular
Cheryl A. Riley
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5V08
Spec Topics in Adv Nursing
5V08   Special Topics in Advanced Nursing                       1 to 3 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing.
   The special topics, variable credit course provides opportunity for advanced study in areas not covered by formal nursing courses.
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01Open54N/A17249----- 1 - 3Regular
Lori A. Spies
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5V08
Capstone Project
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02Open54N/A17902----- 1 - 3Regular
Martha M. Bradshaw
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5V08
Issues for Nurse Midwives
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03Open1010N/A17931----- 1 - 3Regular
Mary C. Brucker
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 5V97
Nursing Education
5V97   Independent Study                                                   1 to 3 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   An opportunity for the student to supplement knowledge gained in previous graduate nursing courses. Maximum of three semester hours credit.
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01Open1010N/A12790----- 1 - 3Independent Study
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Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 6370
Clinical Genetics
6370   Clinical Genetics
   This course provides an in-depth background in classic Mendelian genetics and population/individual genetics as they bear on the course of life, from the intrauterine period to death. Application of genetics to clinical practice scenarios is the focus of this course.
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01Open159N/A15558----- 3Regular
Marcia L. Van Riper
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


NUR 6V76
Adv Practice Nursing Residency
6V76   Advanced Practice Nursing Residency                              3 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of all specialty clinical courses.
   This course provides the student with in-depth clinical opportunities by focusing on personally designed experiences that lead to increasing expertise in providing safe, effective, and efficient care in a focused population.
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01Open55N/A17156----- 3 - 6Practicum
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Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
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