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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2006-2008 College of Nursing Course Listing First- and Second-Year Courses  

First- and Second-Year Courses

Newark and New Brunswick

25:705:101Academic and Professional Development Seminar (1) Provides opportunity for students to learn and adopt methods to promote their success in college, both academically and personally. Focus on development of practical knowledge and skills to assist students in meeting this goal. Required of first-year students.
25:705:202Cultural Dimensions of Humans and Their Environment (3) Introduces the richness and uniqueness of the patterns of diverse cultural groups; emphasis is placed on the commonalities and differences among persons of various cultural backgrounds.
25:705:223Trends in Health Care Delivery (3) Current methods of health care, how they evolve, and directions for the future. Health, social, and legislative issues influencing the providers and consumers of services are examined.
25:705:229Life Span: A Holistic Approach (3) Provides a unified approach to the study of humankind. Patterns of growth and development of individuals, starting with conception, are explored. The aging process as a continuous biopsychosocial phenomenon throughout the life span is examined.
25:705:233Human Interactive Processes (3) Overview of general communications theory, including components of communication, specific blocks, and selective aspects such as frustration, anxiety, and conflict. Theory applied in a small group situation. Emphasis on development of therapeutic communication. Pre- or corequisite: 21&62:920:201 or 01:920:101.
25:520:255Nutrition (3) Study of essential nutrients and their functions. Application of nutrition principles to food selection for individuals and families, for modified diets, and for public health problems. Recommended: Knowledge of chemistry.
11:709:255Nutrition and Health (3) An introductory nutrition course. Nutrients and their functions in the human body throughout the life cycle.
Descriptive/Inferential Statistics A number of courses are available that satisfy this requirement. Consult your adviser for the appropriate choice.
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