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Junior level secondary applied music study.

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1

(on demand) A study of representative music both written and recorded and readings coordinating and integrating music skills. Antiquity through 1750.

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3

(on demand) A study of representative music both written and recorded and readings coordinating and integrating music skills. Classic period to the present.

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3

(F) Sacred choral literature will be studied for use in worship and will include score analysis and conducting/rehearsal techniques. Prerequisite: MUSC 165, MUSC 166, and MUSC 322 or permission of the instructor.

Prerequisites: MUSC165 and MUSC166 and MUSC322
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3

(F) Teaching vocal music in the elementary school; procedures, techniques, evaluation, materials, and equipment. Includes directed observation of and participation in public school classroom activities. Prerequisite: MUSC 121 or permission of instructor.

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3

(on demand) One semester or one summer of supervised field work in an approved church. Prerequisite: Consent of the Music faculty.

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2

(F) An examination of the nursing profession, including the nurse's role in health care, standards of practice, and the future of the profession.

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3

Introduction to the knowledge and interventions needed to maximize therapeutic effects and prevent or minimize adverse effects of drugs. Emphasis on safe application of basic pharmacotherapeutic knowledge.

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2

(S) Gaining the knowledge to obtain health histories, physical examinations, and interpreting normal findings as well as common deviations from normal.

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4

(S) The use of theoretical reasoning and its role in current nursing practice.

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1

(F) Examine the role of the professional nurse in healthcare delivery policies, politics, regulation, and finance.

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3

(F) Focuses on cultural assessment and providing culturally competent nursing care from a transcultural caring perspective.

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3

(S) Examination of healthcare information systems and development of information literacy for healthcare providers.

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3

(S) An examination of the physical or biochemical changes that are the cause or result of pathology or disease processes.

Prerequisites: CHEM230 and BIOL330 and BIOL331
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3

(Sum) Explore the role of research in nursing practice and health care delivery and critically review research reports. Explore the evidence in the literature for nursing care strategies.

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3

(S) Care of clients in community settings with a focus on populations, illness prevention and health promotions. Prerequisites: NURS 332 and 360. Co-requisite: NURS 421.

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3

(S) Practicum experience in the care of clients in community settings with a focus on populations, illness prevention and health promotion. Prerequisites: NURS 332 and 360. Co-requisite:NURS 420.

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2

(F) Focuses on management and leadership theories and principles applied to nursing practice with an emphasis on developing skills and strategies for innovative and creative approaches to healthcare management and leadership challenges. (Prerequisite for RN to BSN- NURS 320, NURS 338 and NURS 360; Co-requisite for RN to BSN- NURS 431).

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3

(F) Practicum application of management and leadership theories and principles with an emphasis on practicing skills and strategies for innovative and creative solutions to challenges in healthcare. (Co-requisite for RN to BSN-NURS 430).

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2

(Sum) Application of prerequisite knowledge and current evidence to persistent and emerging healthcare issues identified in scholarly literature and current epidemiological evidence. Topics will include current global, national, state, and local issues, genetics and genomics. Prerequisites: NURS 360.

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3

(F) Examining nursing practice from an arts and humanities perspective.

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1

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