Graduate Catalog 2019-2021

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NRSG 6110 Ensuring Hlthcare Safety Qual

Explores the economics of health care, the managed care environment, the nature of systems, and intellectual and technical skills essential for managing clinical outcomes.

2

NRSG 6115 Role Pers Master's Prep Nurse

Prerequisites: none. This course will provide an overview of the academic nurse educator role including functioning as a change agent and engaging in scholarship, service, and leadership.

3

NRSG 6120 Implement Edu Prog for Nursing

Investigates the multiple roles of the teacher of nursing. Theories and concepts of learning, instruction, and evaluation receive priority in the course to inform classroom and clinical teaching and outcomes assessment. Additional clinical fee required; see semester course schedule for amount.

5

NRSG 6120L Implement Edu Prog for Nursing

Clinical component to accompany NRSG 6120.

0

NRSG 6121 Integrating Techno in Hlth Edu

Co-requisite: NRSG 6121L. Focuses on design, implementation, and evaluation of computer-mediated instruction, distance learning, web-based instruction, and other instructional media. Additional clinical fee required; see semester course schedule for amount.

5

NRSG 6121L Integ Tech Hlthcare Role Lab

Focuses on design, implementation, and evaluation of computer-mediated instruction, distance learning, web-based instruction, and other instructional media. Co-requisite: NRSG 6121.

0

NRSG 6125 Curriculum Design & Evaluation

Prerequisites: none. This course focuses on internal and external evaluation of nursing educational programs, test and measurement theory and outcome measurements, including cognitive exam design.

3

NRSG 6300 Adv Physio & Pathophysiology

Provides understanding of relationship between normal processes of the human body and their alterations during disease and disorders. Both cellular and organ system functions are examined.

3

NRSG 6400 Study Abroad

Offers students opportunities to participate in educational international exchanges abroad.

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NRSG 6410 Nurs Theory: Principles & Appl

Examines, critiques, and applies nursing theories to professional nursing practice.

2

NRSG 6500 Grad Nursing Practicum Develop

In this course students synthesize learning across the program to develop a learning contract to address achievement of the program outcomes. Contracts will be carried out in NRSG 6551 (Graduate Nursing Practicum).

1

NRSG 6551 Graduate Nursing Practicum

Prerequisite: NRSG 6500. Co-requisite NRSG 6551L. Provides the opportunity to apply and analyze theories, competencies, research, and role development in refining decision making skills in preparation for the graduate role in either clinical or academic settings. Additional clinical fee required; see semester course schedule for amount.

6

NRSG 6551L Graduate Nursing Practicum Lab

Clinical component to accompany NRSG 6551.

0

NRSG 6800 Independent Study

The topics in this course are individualized based on the student's learning needs, interest, and professional goals. Variable credit = 1-3 credit hours.

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NRSG 6900 Graduate Internship

Prerequisite: Graduate Nursing program only; Permission of faculty. Variable credit hours available. This course provides for additional supervised clinical hours in an advanced specialty role. Requires approval of the faculty prior to registration.

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