|Course Number||Course Title||Credits|
|NUR 3007||Health Assessment||3|
|NTR 2120||Principles of Nutrition||3|
|NUR 2810||Research and Scientific Evidence in Nursing Practice||3|
|NUR 3122||Imperatives for Global and Public Health||3|
|NUR 4112||Health Promotion and Home Health in the Community||3|
|NUR 4113||Practicum in Health Promotion and Home Health in the Community**||5|
|NUR 4116||Leadership and Management in Health Care||2|
|NUR 4117||Field Work in Leadership and Management in Health Care||3|
|NUR 4114||Nursing and Health Policy||2|
|NUR 4118||Cultural Influences on Health Beliefs and Practices||3|
|THL 1500||Spirituality and the Healing Arts||3|
|PHI 2115||Ethics for Health Care Professionals||3|
|MAT 1250||Statistics in Health Care Research||3|
|SOC 1500||Social Problems||3|
|PSY 2700||Industrial and Organizational Psychology||3|
Note: All courses are subject to change.
* The per credit hour fee does not apply to the CDMA. Successful completion of the assessment will grant 12 credit hours for a flat fee of $600, due prior to completion.
** This course is broken down into two 8 week terms.
Students must first take NUR4113-101 and immediately take NUR4113-201 in the following term.
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