|Prerequisites||DNRS 324, DNRS 326, DNRS 327, DNRS 328, DNRS 329, DNRS 330, DNRS 335, DNRS 345, DNRS 365, DNRS 446, DNRS 447, DNRS 450, DNRS 451, DNRS 475, DNRS 480, DNRS 485, DNRS 497, SLGA 101|
This capstone course provides an opportunity for students to explore health-related issues and analyze the impact that cultural, economical, political, and/or scientific trends have on nursing and healthcare. In harmony with the current healthcare emphasis on clinical outcomes, students design and present outcome projects in areas of special clinical interest. Through these projects, the students will demonstrate application of the Neuman Systems Model and mastery of content from previous Baccalaureate courses. This course includes three credit hours of theory (45 clock hours) and meets the requirements for an oral and written communication course (see Communication Requirements in the Academic Section of the Academic Bulletin).
Prerequisites: DNRS 326, DNRS 327, DNRS 328, DNRS 329, DNRS 446, DNRS 447, DNRS 485, DNRS 497, SLGA 101 (students enrolled before Fall 2012). DNRS 324, DNRS 330, DNRS 335, DNRS 345, DNRS 365, DNRS 450, DNRS 451, DNRS 475, DNRS 485, SLGA 101 (students enrolled Fall 2012 and thereafter). All prerequisites must be completed with a minimum grade of C (2.00). This course may not be taken concurrently with any nursing courses (DNRS prefix). Students may take one general education or cognate course concurrently with DNRS 499 within the last trimester of the program. A student who fails DNRS 499 will not be eligible to take courses concurrently with Seminar.