EDUCATION COURSES

 

 

EDU 400. Instructional Media: Utilization & Production (3)
Three hours per week. A course, including laboratory, designed to develop skills and techniques needed for the utilization and production of instructional materials and equipment in the classroom.

DELETE: EDU 400G. Instructional Media: Utilization & Production (3)

 

 


MILITARY SCIENCE LEADERSHIP COURSES

 

 

MSL 101L. Leadership and Personal Development Laboratory (0)

MSL 102L. Introduction to Tactical Leadership Laboratory (0)

MSL 201L. Innovative Team Leadership Laboratory (0)

MSL 202L. Foundations of Tactical Leadership Laboratory (0)

MSL 301L. Adaptive Team Leadership Laboratory (0)

MSL 302L. Leadership Under Fire Laboratory (0)

MSL 401L. Developing Adaptive Leaders Laboratory (0)

MSL 402L. Leadership in a Complex World Laboratory (0) 

 


 

NURSING COURSES

 

NUR 521. Pharmacology and Physical Assessment for the Clinical Nurse Educator (3)
This course will focus on concepts related to advanced pharmacology and physical assessment necessary to practice in an advanced nursing role with direct patient care.

NUR 525. Measuring Educational Outcomes in Nursing (3)
Students will critique and analyze methods for measuring outcomes in nursing education.  The student will learn strategies for evaluating the effectiveness of tests, written assignments, and performance in clinical practice.

NUR 526. Engaged Learning (3)
Students will explore and analyze teaching strategies employed to engage the learner.  Among the topics to be discussed include simulation in nursing education and the use of technology in the classroom and in clinical practice.  Special attention will focus on creating learner-centered environments in nursing education and in clinical practice. 

 

NUR 563. Acute Care Nursing I (3)
Two hours per week theory/6 hours per week clinical application(90 hours). Hybrid course. Pre-requisite certification as a family or adult nurse practitioner. The focus of the course is on advanced nursing practice of adult-gerontology in the acute care setting.  Emphasis is on assessment, health promotion, diagnosis and management of acute illnesses by systems.  The student will apply the course concepts and explore the role of the ACNP in the clinical setting.  

 

 

 

NUR 564. Acute Care Nursing II (3)
Two hours per week theory/6 hours per week clinical application(90 hours) Hybrid course. Pre-requisite, NUR 563, NUR 565, NUR 566, NUR 507,  certification as a family or adult nurse practitioner. The focus of the course is on advanced nursing practice of adult-gerontology in the acute care setting. Emphasis is on assessment, health promotion, diagnosis and management of acute illnesses involving multiple body systems. The student will apply the course concepts and demonstrate advanced clinical reasoning in the acute care setting. 

 

NUR 680. Nursing Theory and Research III (3)
Prerequisites: NUR 600, NUR 610, NUR 620, NUR 630, NUR 640, NUR 650, NUR 660, NUR 670. Concepts necessary to analyze interdisciplinary clinical research will be examined. Clinical research methods, ethical considerations, data analysis, and the integration of findings are emphasized. Students will evaluate existing clinical research, identify gaps in the literature and translate advances in knowledge into clinical practice.

DELETE: NUR 700. Nursing Theory and Research III (3)

 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES 

 

PE 425. Sports Marketing (3)
Three hours per week. Prerequisite: MKG 301. An introduction to the theory and practice of sport marketing. Course topics include sport promotions, pricing, strategic market management, branding, and product distribution. Students will acquire the ability to analyze and create sport marketing plans.​