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School of Nursing Electives for Matriculated and Nonmatriculated Students

The courses listed below are usually open to both matriculated and nonmatriculated students. Elective course offerings may vary from year to year depending upon student interest and faculty availability. See the following chapter for course descriptions.

  • 608a/b/c
  • Master’s Independent Study
  • 609b
  • Living with Dying

In addition to electives listed above, the following courses are open to degree-seeking students or nonmatriculated students with the permission of the instructor. See the following chapter for course descriptions.

Adult/Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Specialty
  • 606a
  • Promoting Health in the Community
  • 612b
  • Principles of Advanced Oncology Practice Seminar
  • 613a/b
  • Advancement Management of Clinical Problems in Oncology Seminar
  • 781a
  • Advanced Diagnostics in Acute Care Seminar
  • 783b
  • Pathophysiology and Management of Adult/Gerontology Acute Care Health Problems Seminar I
  • 785a
  • Pathophysiology and Management of Adult/Gerontology Acute Care Health Problems Seminar II
Family and Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Specialties

602b

Advanced Pharmacology

Doctor of Philosophy Program
  • 901a
  • Research Methods I: Quantitative Methods for Health Research
  • 908a
  • Science, Scholarship, and Communication of Knowledge I
  • 929b
  • Ethical Conduct of Clinical Research
Graduate Entry Prespecialty in Nursing
  • 501b
  • Issues in Nursing
  • 503a/b
  • Biomedical Foundations of Health and Disease
  • 509a
  • Introduction to Drug Therapy
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Specialty
  • 741a
  • Individual and Family Development during Childhood
  • 746b
  • Primary Care of Children I: Seminar
  • 750b
  • Primary Care of Children III: Seminar
  • 755b
  • Advanced Pediatric Pharmacology
Psychiatric–Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Specialty
  • 761a
  • Psychopathology across the Life Span I
  • 762b
  • Psychopathology across the Life Span II
  • 767a
  • Clinical Psychopharmacology across the Life Span

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