JSU Nursing Classes Not Listed in the Fall Class
June 22, 2004 -- This is an
announcement regarding nursing classes which will be offered in Fall 2004 that are not in
the JSU Fall Class Schedule Book. Students must be accepted in to upper division to
take any of the following undergraduate classes; only MSN students or others approved
by Dr. Beth Hembree may take NU 550.
- NU 442 & 442G Transcultural Nursing and Healthcare (3SH): Elective in
Nursing. An exploration of theoretical foundations for cultural diversity
in health and illness, with emphasis in assessment and analysis of selected
cultures as related to nursing and health care practices. This online course
is appropriate for both undergraduate traditional & STEP students (442) and
MSN students (442G)
- NU 456 Population-/Based Health Care (9SH): Prerequisite: Acceptance
to STEP Program. For RN students only. Course designed for the Registered
Nurse to apply theoretical concepts related to primary, secondary, and
tertiary care of families, aggregates, and populations. Emphasis is on the
application of the nursing process and education for at-risk aggregates.
Clinical experiences will be designed to meet the individual learning needs
of the Registered Nurse student. STEP students in their 2nd semester should
register for this required online course.
- NU 550 Developing Instruction Programs in Collegiate Nursing Education
(3SH). Development of curricular components for nursing instructional
programs. Examines the relationships among philosophy, goals, and outcomes
for various learning environments. This MSN course may be used as an
elective or as a required component of the Graduate Certificate in Nursing
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