2019-2020 Academic Catalog & Student Handbooks 
    
    Nov 14, 2019  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog & Student Handbooks

Course Descriptions


Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject prefix. Each course description begins with a subject prefix followed by a three-digit course number and the course title. If a course includes laboratory or other special activities, that information is contained in the course description. Prerequisites and co-requisites are also listed. A prerequisite is a course, experience, or other required preparation that must be completed before the student will be permitted to enroll in the course. A co-requisite is a course, experience, or other preparation that must be completed at the same time that the student is enrolled in the listed course.

Courses numbered 100 to 199 are primarily for freshmen, 200 to 299 for sophomores, 300 to 399 for juniors and seniors, and 400 to 499 for seniors. Courses numbered 500 and above are reserved for graduate students.

Please note, when searching courses by “Code or Number”, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results. For instance, a “Code or Number” search of ” 5* ” can be entered, returning all 500 or graduate-level courses.

 

Music Ensembles

   •  MUE 462.1 Tech Lab
   •  MUE 560 University Chorale
   •  MUE 561 University Chorale
   •  MUE 562 University Chorale
   •  MUE 563 University Chorale
   •  MUE 564 Large Ensemble
   •  MUE 565 Large Ensemble
   •  MUE 566 Large Ensemble
   •  MUE 567 Large Ensemble
   •  MUE 570 Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop
   •  MUE 571 Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop
   •  MUE 572 Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop
   •  MUE 670 Opera Workshop
   •  MUE 671 Opera Workshop
   •  MUE 672 Opera Workshop

New Testament Studies

   •  NT 520 Greek Exegetical Tools
   •  NT 530 New Testament: Gospels & Acts
   •  NT 531 New Testament: Epistles & Revelation

Nonprofit Leadership

   •  NP 311 Principles and Practices of Fundraising
   •  NP 321 Statistics, Finance, and Accounting for Nonprofits
   •  NP 421 Developing and Sustaining Nonprofit Boards

Nursing

   •  BA 597 Financial Case Studies in Healthcare Organizations
   •  NU 198 Intro to Health Sciences I
   •  NU 199 Intro to Health Sciences II
   •  NU 252 Professional Socialization
   •  NU 309 Introduction to Clinical Nursing
   •  NU 309A Introduction to Clinical Nursing
   •  NU 310 Client Assessment
   •  NU 310A Client Assessment
   •  NU 313 Adult Health Nursing I
   •  NU 313A Adult Health Nursing I
   •  NU 314 Nursing the Childbearing Family
   •  NU 314A Nursing the Childbearing Family
   •  NU 316 Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing
   •  NU 316A Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing
   •  NU 320 Pharmacological Aspects of Nursing Care
   •  NU 320A Pharmacological Aspects of Nursing Care
   •  NU 400 Concepts of Professional Nursing
   •  NU 401A Issues in Professional Nursing
   •  NU 404 Child Health Nursing
   •  NU 404A Child Health Nursing
   •  NU 405 Leadership
   •  NU 405A Leadership
   •  NU 410 Pathophysiology
   •  NU 412 Community Health Nursing
   •  NU 412A Community Health Nursing
   •  NU 414 Adult Health Nursing II
   •  NU 414A Adult Health Nursing II
   •  NU 415 Adult Health Nursing III
   •  NU 415A Adult Health Nursing III
   •  NU 416 Nursing Practicum
   •  NU 416A Nursing Practicum
   •  NU 417 The Community as a Client
   •  NU 418 Ethical Considerations in Nursing
   •  NU 419 Health Care Financing/Delivery Systems
   •  NU 420 Professional Nursing Practice I
   •  NU 422 Assessment Skills for the Practicing Nurse
   •  NU 430 Principles of Nursing Research
   •  NU 430A Principles of Nursing Research
   •  NU 434 Senior Seminar
   •  NU 434A Senior Seminar
   •  NU 440 Professional Nursing Practice II
   •  NU 461 Nursing Review
   •  NU 498 Study in Selected Topics
   •  NU 500 Essentials of Advanced Health Assessment/Pathophysiology/Pharmacology
   •  NU 501 Theory and Ethics for Advanced Nursing Practice
   •  NU 502 Organizational Behavior and Processes
   •  NU 503 Current Issues in Nursing and Health Care
   •  NU 504 Research Methods and Evidence Based Practice
   •  NU 505 Management of Human and Financial Resources
   •  NU 506 Advanced Nursing Statistics for the Health Sciences
   •  NU 507 Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning
   •  NU 508 Advanced Pathophysiology
   •  NU 509 Advanced Pharmacology
   •  NU 510 Family Nurse Practitioner I: Care of Children
   •  NU 511 Family Nurse Practitioner II: Care of Adults
   •  NU 515 Curriculum Development in Nursing
   •  NU 516 Computer Utilization in Nursing
   •  NU 517 Testing and Evaluation
   •  NU 518 Developing Leadership Roles in Nursing
   •  NU 524 Quality and Safety in Healthcare Systems
   •  NU 525 Informatics and Healthcare Technology
   •  NU 528 Leadership Roles and Interpersonal Collaboration
   •  NU 530 Administration of Nursing Organizations
   •  NU 531 Administration of Nursing Practicum
   •  NU 534 Administration of Nursing Practicum II
   •  NU 536 Administration of Nursing Practicum III
   •  NU 540 Teaching Nursing
   •  NU 541 Teaching Nursing Practicum
   •  NU 544 Teaching Nursing Practicum II
   •  NU 545 Family Nurse Practitioner II: Care of Adults
   •  NU 546 Teaching Nursing Practicum III
   •  NU 595 Comprehensive Examination
   •  NU 598 Research Project
   •  NU 599 Thesis
   •  NU 610 Family Nurse Practitioner III: Care of Adults II
   •  NU 612 Family Nurse Practitioner III: Care of Women
   •  NU 613 Specialty Focus Practicum
   •  NU 619 Organizational Leadership and Health Policy for Advanced Nursing Practice
   •  NU 626 Transitions to Advanced Nursing Practice
 

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