Rhode Island College

Spring 2004

 

Discipline: Social Work
Title: SWOPA: Program, Planning and Development
Course Number: SWRK 613
Section Number: 02
Call Number: 21234
Professor: Evans
Prerequisite(s): Second-year standing in the M.S.W. program
3 credit hours

Students develop organizing, policy and administration skills for program planning and development, grant writing, strategic planning, financial management and management information systems, and program monitoring and evaluation.

Discipline: Social Work
Title: Supervision in Social Work
Course Number: SWRK 620
Section Number: 01
Call Number: 21672
Professor: Evans
Prerequisite(s): Second-year standing in the M.S.W. program
3 credit hours

Focus is on concepts, principles, and methods of subpervision in theoretical context. Experimental learning related to the concurrent field work practicum is also provided.

Discipline: Nursing
Title: Baccalaureate Education for Nursing
Course Number: NURS 207
Section Number: 01
Call Number: 20779
Professor: Thomas
Prerequisite(s): Licensed RN students
4 credit hours

This is the formal transition for the RN student into the baccalaureate program in nursing. Emphasis is on the nursing process as the scientific methodology for nursing practice.

Discipline: Nursing
Title: Baccalaureate Education for Nursing
Course Number: NURS 207
Section Number: 01
Call Number: 20779
Professor: Thomas
Prerequisite(s): Licensed RN students
4 credit hours

This is the formal transition for the RN student into the baccalaureate program in nursing. Emphasis is on the nursing process as the scientific methodology for nursing practice.

Discipline: Political Science
Title: Development of American Democracy
Course Number: POL 201
Section Number: 05
Call Number: 20177
Professor: Oppenlander
Prerequisite(s): None
3 credit hours

The Struggle for democratic values and political institutions from the revolution to the present are considered. Documents in America's political history are analyzed for their impact on institutions and cultures.

Discipline: Nursing
Title: Baccalaureate Education for Nursing
Course Number: NURS 207
Section Number: 01
Call Number: 20779
Professor: Thomas
Prerequisite(s): Licensed RN students
4 credit hours

This is the formal transition for the RN student into the baccalaureate program in nursing. Emphasis is on the nursing process as the scientific methodology for nursing practice.

Discipline: Political Science
Title: American Government
Course Number: POL 202
Section Number: 07
Call Number: 21666
Professor: Oppenlander
Prerequisite(s): None
3 credit hours

The institutions and principles of American national goverment are examined. Attention is given to the constitutional foundation, federalism, political parties, Congress, the Presidency, the Supreme Court, and civil rights.

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