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    Heritage University
   
 
  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018

Course Descriptions


Students should consult with the program chair if they are not sure of their preparation for a specific course. Course prerequisites specified are the minimum preparation required. In their first two university years, students need to work closely with their advisors to schedule the necessary General University Course Requirements and lower-division core courses to prepare properly for upper-division studies.

 

Nursing

   •  NURS 114W - Personal Knowledge Development
   •  NURS 205 - Aesthetics of Nursing Practice
   •  NURS 206W - Ethical Nursing Practice
   •  NURS 207 - Relationship Based Nursing Practice
   •  NURS 208 - Empirics of Nursing Practice
   •  NURS 209L - Nursing Procedures Lab
   •  NURS 215 - Nutrition for Nurses
   •  NURS 215L - Lab Nutrition for Nurses
   •  NURS 216 - Professional Nursing-Thinking Like a Nurse
   •  NURS 292L - Health and Physical Assessment Lab
   •  NURS 300A - Pharmacology for Nursing
   •  NURS 300AL - Pharmacology for Nursing Lab
   •  NURS 303 - Special Topics
   •  NURS 304 - Quality, Safety & Informatics in Nursing Practice
   •  NURS 306 - Family Nursing Inquiry
   •  NURS 306L - Family Nursing Practice Lab
   •  NURS 307 - Policy, Power & Politics of Nursing
   •  NURS 310 - Pathophysiology for Nursing
   •  NURS 312 - Physiological Concepts in Clinical Reasoning I
   •  NURS 312L - Physiological Clinical Reasoning I Lab
   •  NURS 314 - Psychosocial Concepts in Clinical Reasoning
   •  NURS 314L - Psychosocial Concepts in Clinical Reasoning Lab
   •  NURS 316 - Physiological Concepts in Clinical Reasoning II
   •  NURS 316L - Physiological Clinical Reasoning II Lab
   •  NURS 317 - Community Oriented Nursing Inquiry
   •  NURS 317L - Community Oriented Nursing Practice Lab
   •  NURS 318 - Nursing Leadership and Management
   •  NURS 322L - Physiological Clinical Reasoning III Lab
   •  NURS 417 - Community-Based Collaborative Action Research
   •  NURS 418L - Professional Role Integration

Philosophy

   •  PHIL 210 - Logic and Critical Reasoning
   •  PHIL 310W - Philosophy & Culture
   •  PHIL 410W - Advanced Critical Thinking
   •  PHIL 411 - Native American Culture and Philosophy
   •  PHIL 450 - Applied Ethics

Physical Sciences

   •  PHSC 101 - Science Concepts and Applications
   •  PHSC 101L - Science Concepts and Applications Lab
   •  PHSC 121 - Principles of Geology
   •  PHSC 121L - Lab Principles of Geology
   •  PHSC 205 - Astronomy
   •  PHSC 205L - Lab Astronomy
   •  PHSC 321 - Environmental Geology
   •  PHSC 321L - Lab Environmental Geology
   •  PHSC 354 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Science
   •  PHSC 390 - Advanced Topic
   •  PHSC 490 - Internship

Physics

   •  PHYS 101 - General Physics I - Algebra Based
   •  PHYS 101L - Lab General Physics I - Algebra Based
   •  PHYS 102 - General Physics II - Algebra Based
   •  PHYS 102L - Lab General Physics II - Algebra Based
   •  PHYS 211 - General Physics I - Calculus Based
   •  PHYS 211L - Lab General Physics I - Calculus Based
   •  PHYS 212 - General Physics II - Calculus Based
   •  PHYS 212L - Lab General Physics II - Calculus Based
   •  PHYS 390 - Advanced Topic
   •  PHYS 490 - Internship
   •  PHYS 495 - Special Project

Political Science

   •  POSC 101 - Introduction to Political Science
   •  POSC 201W - US Political System
   •  POSC 311 - The Judiciary
   •  POSC 312 - Legislative Process
   •  POSC 313 - Constitutional Law
   •  POSC 314 - Civil Liberties
   •  POSC 315 - Modern Middle East
   •  POSC 345 - Environmental Law and Justice
   •  POSC 490 - Internship
   •  POSC 495 - Special Project

Physician Assistant

   •  PAM 500 - Behavioral Medicine I
   •  PAM 505 - Behavioral Medicine II
   •  PAM 510 - Behavioral Medicine III
   •  PAM 515 - Master's Research Project I
   •  PAM 520 - Master's Research Project II
   •  PAM 525 - Master's Research Project III
   •  PAM 530 - Professional Issues for Physician Assistants I
   •  PAM 535 - Professional Issues for Physician Assistants II
   •  PAM 540 - Professional Issues for Physician Assistants III
   •  PAM 545 - Introduction to Primary Care and the Normal Patient
   •  PAM 550A - Procedures and Diagnostics I
   •  PAM 555A - Procedures and Diagnostics II
   •  PAM 560A - Integrated Primary Care I
   •  PAM 565A - Integrated Primary Care II
   •  PAM 600 - Community-Based Clinical Experience I
   •  PAM 605 - Community-Based Clinical Experience II
   •  PAM 610 - Community-Based Clinical Experience III
   •  PAM 615 - Master's Research Project IV
   •  PAM 620 - Master's Research Project V
   •  PAM 625 - Master's Research Project VI
   •  PAM 630 - Elective Clinical Experience I
   •  PAM 635 - Elective Clinical Experience II

Psychology

   •  PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSY 102 - Introduction to Human Relationships
   •  PSY 222W - Psychology of Adjustment
   •  PSY 224 - Introduction to Case Management
   •  PSY 321W - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 325W - Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 326 - Behavior Modification
   •  PSY 330 - Human Learning and Cognition
   •  PSY 332 - Professional Ethics
   •  PSY 335W - Introduction to Theories of Personality
   •  PSY 345 - Measurement and Evaluation
 

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