These courses are developed to support the Provident Living message of the Church. Each course is designed to prepare the Non-Nursing Major to engage directly and indirectly in the care of aging parents or adult family members, women and/or children. These courses may not be substituted for any nursing course required of Nursing majors.
This 4-credit semester course is designed to help the Non-Nursing Major increase their knowledge of nursing concepts applicable to the development and changes which occur through life. In-class activities will provide basic nursing skills to assist the learner in family support through illness. Cluster courses for non-nursing majors.
(Winter, Spring: beginning fall 2013, Fall only)
This 4-credit semester course is designed to help the Non-Nursing Major understand basic principles of women's health and care of pregnant women and roles. It also covers fundamental principles in caring for the expectant mother, the newborn infant, and women's health issues. Cluster courses for non-nursing majors.
(Fall, Winter: beginning Fall 2013, Winter only)
This 4-credit semester course is designed to help the Non-Nursing Major understand illnesses and disabilities of infancy, childhood, and adolescence; and understand the application
of fundamental principles in caring for ill children in the family setting, and in improving overall wellness of children. Cluster courses for non-nursing majors.
(Fall, Spring: beginning fall 2013, Spring only)
This one-credit block class explores the physical and emotional changes that take place during pregnancy and childbirth, prenatal development, and the impact pregnancy and childbirth experiences have on the couple relationship. (Fall, 2 blocks; Winter, 2 blocks; Spring 1st block only)
NURSF 301,302 and 303 constitute an approved Cluster. These courses may also be taken independently.