1 Provo College Catalog Addendum July, 2015 Catalog Page 7: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program The BSN Program has additional requirements for consideration for admission: Submission of a completed application Submission of the Kaplan Nursing School Entrance Exam: students must have a minimum overall correct score of 50% and a minimum reading score of 57% in order to apply. The exam may be taken twice per application period. Negative chemical/drug screening Meet admission requirements of the institution for Distance : Have access to a computer with a system that meets or exceeds requirements listed on the Online Technical Requirements page of the Student Online Orientation Packet; Have access to the Internet and an established account; Participate in New Student Orientation for online students; Meet with their Program Director and Online Coordinator at least once a term for an academic advising session; Sign online policies, including the Online Attendance Policy. Catalog Page 42: Degree Programs Provo College offers the following Bachelor of Science, Associate of Science, and Diploma Programs: Program Name Bachelor of Science Associate of Science Diploma Business Administration X X Criminal Justice X X Dental Assisting X X Healthcare Administration X Massage Therapy X Medical Assisting X X Medical Billing & Coding X X Nursing X X Paralegal Studies X X Personal Fitness Training X X Physical Therapist Assistant X X Visual Media & Graphic Design X X Fifty percent of the total credit hours must be earned in residence at Provo College.
2 Catalog Page 46: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING PROGRAM In order to participate in courses requiring clinical hours, students are required to provide the following: Submission of completed physical examination form Evidence of personal health insurance Evidence of the following vaccinations: TDaP within the past 10 years; MMR or titers showing immunity; Hepatitis B, Twinrix, or titer showing immunity; Varicella Titer showing immunity or vaccination (2 doses if given after age 13); current flu shot; negative PPD test within the past 12 months, or negative chest x-ray within past 2 years if student has previously tested positive Evidence of current Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR certification Acceptable criminal background check Negative chemical/drug screening Catalog Page 67: BIO210 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I Study of the human body, with emphasis on structure and function of each of the body s essential systems. This course examines the organization of the human body (basic chemistry, cellular respiration and cytology), support and movement (integument, skeletal, and muscular systems), communication and control (nervous system including: nervous, brain and spinal cord tissues, cranial and spinal cord nerves and autonomic nervous system). BIO220 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II Study of the human body, with emphasis on the structure and function of each of the body s essential systems This course examines communication and control (general and special senses, and endocrine system), maintenance and regulation (cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune systems, respiratory, urinary and digestive systems along with fluid and electrolyte balance, nutrition and metabolism), and reproduction (reproductive system and development, pregnancy and heredity). BIO250 MICROBIOLOGY Prerequisites: Anatomy and Physiology Topics covered in this course include: the history of microbiology, microbial morphology and physiology, bacterial metabolism, genetics, and ecology, and the classification microorganisms. The virtual laboratory provides a review of procedures used to isolate and identify microorganisms, including biochemical tests, molecular biology, and serological techniques. Catalog Page 77: MAT250 STATISTICS Prerequisite: MAT120 This course covers the basic concepts and skills of statistical analysis. Specific topics include measures of central tendency, probability distributions, sampling theory, estimation, hypothesis testing, simple regression and correlation, analysis of variance, and multiple regression.
3 Catalog Page 78: MB170 EXTERNSHIP Prerequisite: MB110, MB120, MB130, MB140, MB150 Students will spend time working in a professional environment in their field of study. Lecture hrs: 0, Lab hrs: 0, Other: hrs. 4 credits Catalog Page 80: NUR hrs. 5 credits FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING Prerequisite: CHM110 Co-requisite: NUR165 Students are introduced to principles foundational to a caring practice for nursing. Situational, developmental, and cultural influences on health are discussed. A foundation is established for care of patients across the wellness-illness continuum. Health assessment of adults, as well as nursing concepts and measures for safety, health teaching, nutrition, hygiene, comfort, rest, and activity will be applied as the student cares for the patients in the practice setting. Beginning concepts of medication administration are included. Lecture hrs: 45, Lab hrs: 30, Clinical hrs: 45 NUR hrs. 6 credits MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING I Prerequisites: ENG152, NUR131, NUR165 Co-requisite: NUR265 Students are introduced to care of those who are susceptible to illness, including aging adults. Pathophysiological processes and the effect on patients already susceptible to disease processes will be discussed. Information is provided to help students in assisting patients toward holistic health restoration. Skills required to provide nursing care to those with less complex illnesses are developed and practiced in a variety of settings. Lecture hrs: 52.5, Lab hrs: 15, Clinical hrs: 90 Catalog Page 81: NUR165 PHARMACOLOGY I Prerequisite: MAT120 Co-requisite: NUR131 Students are introduced to basic therapeutic treatments. Scientific, legal, and ethical principles related to administration of medications will be discussed. Includes discussion of effects of dietary choices on health and wellness, concepts of pharmacology including pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacotherapeutics of selected drug classifications and their effect on body systems. Included are basic concepts of medication classifications, medication administration, herbal supplements, and dosage calculations. Practical application of different treatment interventions in restoration of wellness will be included. Lecture hrs: 45, Lab hrs: 0, Clinical hrs: 0 Catalog Page 83: NUR324 HEALTH CARE ETHICS, POLICY & REGULATION Prerequisites: NUR125 or NUR300, NUR312, NUR320, NUR322, PHI250 This course provides an exploration of nursing ethics, the regulation of nursing education and practice, and the role of nursing in health care policy. The scope of practice of the baccalaureate nurse generalist is examined.
4 Catalog Page 87: PTA106 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL THERAPY In this initial program course, students explore the history and development of the physical therapy profession and the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). This course provides the framework for understanding the role of the physical therapist assistant (PTA), the interaction between the PT and PTA and the interrelationship of these individuals to the current health care delivery system and in different practice settings. Scope of practice issues concerning direction and supervision are introduced as well as the concepts of state practice acts, licensing and legal and ethical responsibilities. Students begin to build communication and documentation skills and to develop self-awareness and a sensitivity to patients rights and cultural diversity. This course introduces students to performing a professional literature search. Catalog Pages 92-93: PROVO COLLEGE PROGRAM DIRECTORS AND FACULTY Medical Billing & Coding TBA... Program Director Massage Therapy Becki Ledward... Program Director Diploma, Utah College of Massage Therapy Medical Billing & Coding TBA... Program Director Nursing Dean Dudgeon...Faculty RN, MN University of Washington: Bothell, BSN University of Washington:Bothell, AS Everett Community College
5 Registration Fees Equipment Fees Est. of Books Registration Fees Equipment Fees of Books Catalog Page 95: AND FEES PROGRAM ($275 per credit) Tuition Table All Quarter Credit Programs College Core Core Core Per Credit ($325 per credit) of Program Dental Assisting Diploma Medical Assisting Diploma Medical Assisting Associate $0 $2,275 $290/credit $10,440 $75 $0 $0 $12,790 $0 $2,275 $425/credit $15,300 $75 $0 $0 $17,650 $6,600 $5,850 $425/credit $21,675 $75 $0 $0 $34,200 Catalog Page 96: AND FEES* Semester Program Tuition Tables PROGRAM Per Credit Core Per Credit Core of Program Physical Therapist Assistant Bachelors $200/credit $6,400 $420/credit $13,440 $0 $0 $1,990 $19,840 RN-BSN Online* $150/credit $2,850 $310/credit $13,640 $0 $0 $1,990 $18,480 **Requires a application fee *Books are charged separately
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