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CJUS 498 - ST: Vehicle & Traffic Law

Morrisville State College / Technology College | Spring 2020
April 6, 2020 — 
Section: LN1
3
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NUR 385 - Abi-Guzunt! Be Healthy! Judaism, Health and Healing

Plattsburgh / University College | Spring 2020
March 23, 2020 — 
This course explores the historical and cultural contexts of Judaic health and healing in a multicultural world. Relationships between Judaism and the Holocaust are considered across the continuum of the life experience. The impact of Jewish lifeways and Talmudic teachings, including mysticism and folklore and effects on individual and community health are examined. Jewish feminism and bioethical principles are explored as well as the concepts of Zionism and sovereignty on public health policy. The impact of poverty and community on human rights and justice is analyzed.
Section: WB1
2
credits

COMW 3122 - Proposal Writing

Empire State College / University College | Spring 2020
March 2, 2020 — 
Develop analytical, research, and writing skills at the upper level. Proposal Writing offers a way of honing these skills in a concrete, real-world context. Students will read and analyze sample proposals and build on basic communication theory to learn what constitutes appropriate proposal content and format. Students will learn how to find, use, and evaluate the quality of evidence to logically support their proposal ideas. Students will write a short academic proposal and two longer, formal, work- or community-related proposals. They will share and provide feedback on drafts as part of learning how to analyze a proposal’s effectiveness. Prerequisite (must complete before registering): Ability to do advanced-level work.
Section: 02
4
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BIOL 3204 - Genetics

Empire State College / University College | Spring 2020
March 2, 2020 — 
This advanced level course explores the field of genetics. It expands on topics covered in introductory biology courses and extends prior knowledge of molecular genetics and the basic principles of heredity. The course emphasizes the importance of the scientific method, and investigates techniques used by scientists to unravel the intricacies of genetics. Topics include the history of genetics, Mendelian genetic principles, quantitative genetics, chromosome structure and mapping, mutations, gene expression, and current genetic biotechnologies. Students will learn the underlying principles behind modern genetics laboratory techniques and discuss the ethical ramifications of recent breakthroughs in genetic research. Prerequisites (must complete before registering): Biology I with Lab (BIOL_1200) or Introduction to Cell Biology and Genetics (BIOL_1204), or equivalent and Biology II with Lab (BIOL_1201) or the two-term sequence: Introduction to Organismal Biology (BIOL_1205) and Introduction to Population Biology(BIOL_1206), or equivalent. Note: This course meets the guidelines for Biology concentrations.
Section: 02
2
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EDST 3040 - Learning Styles

Empire State College / University College | Spring 2020
March 2, 2020 — 
The purpose of the course is for the learner to understand how diverse learning styles impact the life of others as well as their own life. The concept 'learning styles' is a broad frame within which to include diverse paradigms for different ways of knowing. Learners will analyze learning style concepts from Western, Eastern, and Indigenous learning styles as well as learning styles within different learning contexts.
Section: 02
4
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HRMS 3010 - Diversity in the Workplace

Empire State College / University College | Spring 2020
March 2, 2020 — 
This course will examine the issues, challenges, and opportunities presented by diversity in the workplace. Issues related to employee diversity, in terms of gender, race/ethnicity, career development, and cultural background are emphasized. The objective is to broaden student’s perspectives about the dynamics of diversity and to help them work more effectively in diverse workplace environments. Diversity is a workplace characteristic; inclusion is a workplace value. The course examines ways in which the organization benefits from an environment that values, welcomes and includes all employees. Prerequisite (must complete before registering): Principles of Management (MGMT_1005), or equivalent. Note: Management knowledge acquired through workplace or other types of organizational experiences may fulfill the prerequisite.
Section: 03
4
credits

NUR 428 - Management and Leadership

Plattsburgh / University College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Examines the nurse as leader and manager in health care and as critical to the provision of quality care in a variety of health care settings. Emphasis is placed on systems theory, ethical decision-making, and communication skills essential to working effectively with groups and organizations. Students will learn the importance of nursing's influence in the development of health policy. Students develop college-level proficiency in oral discourse through discussion, debate, review, and reflection. The nurses' role in quality healthcare systems, injury prevention, and safety are highlighted throughout the course. Students work with nurse managers and nursing leaders to apply the principles of management and leadership in a practice setting.
Section: WB1
3
credits

NUR 437 - Policy and Politics in Healthcare and Nursing

Plattsburgh / University College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Synthesis of core knowledge and skills necessary for professional practice. Exploration of role formation, transition, and continued professional development. Emphasis on advocacy for patients, practice and profession through public policy development. Integration of skills for improved visibility and influence. Focus on career planning and professional advancement.
Section: WB1
4
credits

NUR 425 - Public Health Nursing

Plattsburgh / University College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
This course focuses on the practice of promoting and protecting the health of populations using knowledge from nursing, social, and public health sciences. The role of the nurse in public health serves as the framework for the course. This course includes classroom, applied learning experiences and low fidelity simulation. Lecture/Lab
Section: WB1
3
credits

NUR 304 - Health Assessment

Plattsburgh / University College | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
In this course, students will improve their skill in interviewing, data collection and analysis, and comprehensive physical assessment. Building on prior experience students will apply clinical reasoning and judgement in the application of the nursing process. Emphasis is on assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, and client education demonstrating consideration for issues related to age, gender, race, religion, spirit, culture, and environment. Includes an applied learning laboratory.
Section: WB1