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    Rockhurst University
   
 
  Oct 19, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Nursing

The following section provides course descriptions for the nursing major. Courses with a last digit of 1 are for accelerated B.S.N. students.

   •  NU 3210/3211 - Adult Health Nursing Practice I
   •  NU 3220/3221 - Older Adult Health
   •  NU 3330/3331 - Pharmacology I
   •  NU 3350/3351 - Pharmacology II
   •  NU 3430/3431 - Adult Health Nursing II
   •  NU 3440/3441 - Adult Health Nursing Practice II
   •  NU 3510/3511 - Mental Health Nursing
   •  NU 3530/3531 - Mental Health Nursing Practice
   •  NU 3570/3571 - Introduction to Nursing Research
   •  NU 3625 - Nursing Management of Patients with Dysrhythmias
   •  NU 3630 - Transcultural Nursing Immersion Experience I
   •  NU 3640 - Addictive/Compulsive Behavior and Nursing
   •  NU 3670 - Transcultural Nursing Immersion Experience II
   •  NU 3700 - Family Nursing
   •  NU 3730/3731 - Maternal-Newborn Nursing
   •  NU 3750/3751 - Child Health Nursing
   •  NU 3770/3771 - Maternal-Child and Family Nursing Practice
   •  NU 3780 - Issues in Critical Care
   •  NU 3785 - Issues in Pediatric/Neonatal Critical Care Nursing
   •  NU 3790/3791 - Professional Development Strategies
   •  NU 3800 - Introduction to Statistics
   •  NU 3820 - Humor and Health
   •  NU 3852 - Global Perspectives in Public Health
   •  NU 3880 - History of Nursing
   •  NU 4100/4101 - Leadership and Professional Issues
   •  NU 4210/4211 - Community Health Nursing
   •  NU 4230/4231 - Community Health Nursing Practice
   •  NU 4400/4401 - Capstone: Leadership in Professional Nursing Practice
   •  NU 4990 - Independent Study

Paralegal Studies

   •  PA 2000 - Legal Theory and Practice
   •  PA 3100 - Business Organization
   •  PA 3200 - Real Estate Law
   •  PA 3300 - Estate Planning and Probate Administration
   •  PA 3400 - Ethics and Professionalism
   •  PA 3510 - Women and the Law
   •  PA 3520 - Contract Law
   •  PA 3550 - Labor and Employment Law
   •  PA 3570 - Evidence Law
   •  PA 3580 - Elder Law
   •  PA 3590 - Alternative Dispute Resolution
   •  PA 3600 - Litigation and Trial Practice
   •  PA 3700 - Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
   •  PA 3750 - Tort Law
   •  PA 3800 - Domestic Relations
   •  PA 4000 - Legal Research
   •  PA 4100 - Advanced Legal Research

Physical Education

   •  PE 1130 - Basic Skills in Minor Sports: Lifetime Sports
   •  PE 2810 - Theory of Football
   •  PE 2820 - Theory of Basketball
   •  PE 2830 - Theory of Volleyball and Softball
   •  PE 2840 - Theory of Track and Field
   •  PE 2850 - Theory of Golf and Tennis
   •  PE 2860 - Theory of Baseball
   •  PE 2870 - Theory of Soccer
   •  PE 2880 - Theory of Frisbee: Throwing and Ultimate
   •  PE 2890 - Theory of Lacrosse

Physics

   •  PH 1200 - The Art of Physics
   •  PH 1210 - The Art of Physics Laboratory
   •  PH 1500 - Basic Electricity and Electronics
   •  PH 1600 - Introduction to Astronomy
   •  PH 1610 - Introduction to Astronomy Laboratory
   •  PH 1700 - Physics Concepts and Connections I
   •  PH 1710 - Physics Concepts and Connections Laboratory I
   •  PH 1750 - Physics Concepts and Connections II
   •  PH 1760 - Physics Concepts and Connections Laboratory II
   •  PH 2300 - The Phascination of Physics
   •  PH 2310 - The Phascination of Physics Laboratory
   •  PH 2800 - General Physics I
   •  PH 2810 - General Physics Laboratory I
   •  PH 2850 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers I
   •  PH 2860 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers Laboratory I
   •  PH 2900 - General Physics II
   •  PH 2910 - General Physics Laboratory II
   •  PH 2920 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers Laboratory II
   •  PH 2940 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
   •  PH 3200 - Physics of the Body I
   •  PH 3210 - Physics of the Body II
   •  PH 3240 - Physics of Medical Imaging
   •  PH 3400 - Thermodynamics
   •  PH 3500 - Statics
   •  PH 3510 - Physical Chemistry I
   •  PH 3530 - Physical Chemistry II
   •  PH 3560 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory
   •  PH 3710 - Mathematical Methods in Physics
   •  PH 4000 - Electric Circuits
   •  PH 4011 - Electromagnetic Theory
   •  PH 4100 - Dynamics
   •  PH 4111 - Classical Mechanics Theory
   •  PH 4215 - Advanced Laboratory
   •  PH 4400 - Optics
   •  PH 4500 - Modern Physics
   •  PH 4550 - Quantum Mechanics
   •  PH 4900 - Statistics for the Health Sciences
   •  PH 4940 - Research Physics Capstone

Philosophy

   •  PL 1100 - Reality and Human Existence
   •  PL 1150 - Honors: Reality and Human Existence
   •  PL 2500 - Introduction to Logic
   •  PL 2600 - Formal Logic
   •  PL 3100 - Ethical Theory
   •  PL 3150 - Honors: Ethical Theory
 

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