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NUR 2020 - Health Problems Throughout the Life Cycle I | Credits 8
Students learn the content needed to assess the individual for health illness alterations throughout the life cycle. The concept of nurse as teacher is further developed. The nursing process provides the framework for practice and the ability to promote client's adaptation within a therapeutic environment. The role of the associate degree nurse, as a provider of care and member within the discipline of nursing, is further developed. Health alterations in the psychological, respiratory, cardiovascular, neurologic, and musculoskeletal health are explored in depth.  Advanced nursing skills are taught in the campus laboratory. Clinical laboratory experience is provided in the mental health and acute-care settings.  Students must have earned a grade of 75% or better in NUR 1010 and a “C” or better in all pre-requisites. Pre-requisites: NUR 1010 Commonalities of Nursing, PSY 2510 Developmental Psychology, and SCI 2126 Human Anatomy & Physiology II. Co-requisites: SOC 1600 Introduction to Sociology and SCI 2113 Microbiology
NUR 2030 - Health Problems Throughout the Life Cycle II | Credits 8
Students learn the content to assess the individual for health illness alterations across the life cycle. The nursing process provides the framework for identifying stressors and promotion of adaptation within the therapeutic environment. The three interrelated roles of provider of care, manager of care and member within the discipline of nursing are further developed to prepare the Associate Degree Nurse for employment in the emerging health care environment. Emphasis is placed on the role of manager of care and facilitator of adaptation utilizing the nursing process to establish priorities of nursing care for the client who is experiencing health alterations in gastrointestinal/hepato-biliary, renal, immune, hematological, sensory, skin, hair, and nail function.  The role of the nurse in emergency care and disaster preparedness is also explored. Advanced nursing skills are reinforced in the campus laboratory. Clinical laboratory experience is provided in the long-term, community and acute-care setting. Students must have earned a grade of 75% or better in NUR 2020 and a “C” or better in all pre-requisites. A grade of "75%" or better in NUR 2030 is required to graduate with an AAS degree in Nursing and for certification to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Registered Professional Nurse (RN). Pre-requisites: NUR 2020 Health Problems in the Life Cycle II, SOC 1600 Introduction to Sociology, SCI 2113 Microbiology . Co-requisites: NUR 2100 Nursing Issues and Trends, NUR 2050 Pharmacology and the Human Body.
CRJ 2608 - Introduction to Criminology | Credits 3
Students discuss the nature and extent of crime, past and present theories of crime causation, criminal behavior in American society and its relation to personal and cultural conditions. Prerequisite: SOC 1600 Introduction to Sociology CUL1001 Hospitality Seminar, 3 credits The course serves as an introduction and overview of the hospitality industry and its many varied career opportunities. The course includes job classifications, job selection procedures and career ladder steps. Personal aptitudes and self-evaluation for success are stressed.
SOC 1600 - Introduction to Sociology | Credits 3
Students learn how the human individual is shaped by his group affiliations. This course introduces the methods and concepts used in investigating these group influences. An important part of the course is to show how these sociological concepts and methods can throw light on the students' social experience and on the rapidly changing world around them.
SOC 2609 - Race | Credits Class
Students address the complex interconnections between race, social class, gender, and sexuality, and the ways in which these identities/locations/markers are constructed and positioned within social structures to create social, political, and economic inequality. The emphasis is on investigating, via critical thinking, how the different systems of inequality interact with each other. An examination of methodologies and theoretical frameworks from several disciplines informs conceptual analyses of the interconnections and intersections of race, social class, gender, and sexuality. Students also explore avenues for social change within social institutions. Prerequisite: SOC 1600 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 2601 - Social Problems | Credits 3
This course is designed to provide a systematic analysis of a select number of social problems in the United States. Deviant behavior and social disorganization are objectively investigated in terms of social system structure and dynamics. Topics to be covered include mental disorders, crime, drug addiction, automation, poverty and war. Prerequisite: SOC 1600 Introduction to Sociology 2014-2015 SUNY Sullivan Catalog – Part 5, Course Descriptions 60 of 63
SOC 2602 - SpTp: Foundation of Sociological Theory | Credits 3
The course covers the reading, understanding, and application of the principal founders of sociology: Karl Marx, Max Weber, and Emile Durkheim. The course also covers some major theorists of the next two generations including Joseph Schumpter, Daniel Bell, and Herbert Marcuse. The course concentrates on the historical development and application of these different conceptual models, allowing the student to develop sound critical and analytic thinking from these 19th and 20th century sociologists. Prerequisites: SOC 1600 Introduction to Sociology, and SOC 2610 New World Order or Disorder
SOC 2603 - SpTp: Reflections of Women in Society | Credits 3
This course examines the unique change in the role of women in North American culture during the last century. A study of history will reveal that since the 1920’s women have never played the role in society that they now hold. Using the media of film and TV the evolution of society’s view of women will be explored. Both from the standpoint of roles reflecting media and media reflecting and foreshadowing role changes. Prerequisite: SOC 1600 Introduction to Sociology