ADDENDUM 11/30/15 FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER PROGRAM POLICIES

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "ADDENDUM 11/30/15 FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER PROGRAM POLICIES"

Transcription

1 ADDENDUM 11/30/15 FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER PROGRAM POLICIES Family Nurse Practitioner students are responsible for review of and compliance with all published policies and procedures, in particular those contained in the Nursing Student Guide. a. Academic Advisement 1. Each MSN, family nurse practitioner student will be assigned a faculty advisor. 2. All matriculated students will take responsibility for being in contact with their faculty advisor for review of their progress, academic advisement, and registration preparation, at least once per semester. Contact may be in person or via telephone or with the assent of the faculty advisor. Please be aware that registration may be delayed if plans have not been discussed with the faculty advisor, who may decline to authorize the registration without this information. 3. A plan of study will be completed for each MSN student and placed in the student file, with a copy provided for the student s use. Changes to the plan of study must be approved by the faculty advisor. 4. MSN students are expected to closely follow the published recommended plan of study. 5. On site nursing students are encouraged to register early for ALL nursing courses to prevent course cancellation due to insufficient enrollment. Once a class is canceled, it may not be rescheduled. Rationale: Students must initiate contact with advisors on a regular basis to assure they have accurate information for course planning as well as access to faculty for consultation and advice. Consistent contact is essential for student satisfaction and advisor accountability. Procedure/Protocol: 1. Graduate students may schedule an in office appointment with their faculty advisor via , being sure to allow several days for response time. 2. FNP students may also call Elizabeth Cross at to schedule faculty appointments or her at 3. Should an urgent issue arise when the faculty advisor is unavailable, students will be referred to the Director of the Family Nurse Practitioner Program.

2 b. Academic Integrity for Nursing Students The Nursing Program supports the University policy on Academic Integrity. In addition, students are not permitted to re-submit partial or entire written work which has been assigned a grade value in a previous course. Doing so constitutes self-plagiarism and violation of the Academic Integrity principle. c. Professional Behavior Standards 1. SHU nursing students are expected to consistently demonstrate the professional behaviors listed below. 2. Failure to demonstrate one or more professional behaviors may be cause for disciplinary action, including warning, probation, failure, or recommendation for dismissal from the program. 3. Students questions regarding the SHU Nursing Professional Behaviors listed below should be discussed with course faculty or faculty advisors. 4. Students are expected to uphold the ethical standards of the nursing profession. A copy of the Code of Ethics for Nurses can be found on the American Nurse Association website: Nursing Professional Behaviors THE STUDENT CONSISTENTLY DEMONSTRATES THE FOLLOWING BEHAVIORS IN CLASSROOM AND CLINICAL SETTINGS: RESPONSIBILITY 1. The student is punctual and dependable. 2. Completes responsibilities in a timely manner including following through with assigned or accepted responsibilities. 3. Knows and abides by relevant policies and procedures. PROFESSIONALISM 1. Is honest and demonstrates integrity in all situations. 2. Maintains personal boundaries that are appropriate for the situation.

3 3. Voices criticism and negative perspectives in an appropriate way and at appropriate times. 4. Respects those with opposing opinions. 5. Uses the established protocol as described in the Student Handbook for resolving academic questions/issues 6. Respects confidentiality. 7. Engages in self-assessment and reflection on a regular basis to promote professional growth and development. 8. Respects and responds appropriately to criticism. Uses critiques from faculty in a positive way by developing a plan of action for improvement. 9. Demonstrates sensitivity for interpersonal differences, including cultural, racial, religious, gender, age, sexual orientation & ability. 10. Dresses and presents an appearance appropriate to the situation. (Refer to Dress Code policy for details of clinical requirements). SELF-DIRECTEDNESS 1. Prepared for class/clinical sessions and assignments. 2. Identifies learning needs and implements a study plan with faculty assistance if necessary. 3. Asks relevant questions indicating interest as well as preparation for learning. 4. Independently pursues learning without being consistently dependent upon others or over utilizing any one set of resources in a way that might limit access to others. COMMUNICATION 1. Uses a volume and clarity of speech that is understandable to the listener or audience. 2. Utilizes an appropriate level and type of language for the person, group and/or situation. 3. Utilizes a tone and attitude that demonstrates respect for others and their roles. 4. Presents or discusses one s own views in a way that demonstrates respect for those with opposing viewpoints. 5. Maintains appropriate body language and non-verbal cues that demonstrate respect for others. 6. Attentive and respectful when others are speaking.

4 d. Attendance Policy 1. Students are expected to attend all scheduled classroom, clinical and related activities. 2. Most nursing courses will use the Class Participation Rubric (see Appendix) for evaluating student participation. 3. Students are responsible for all material presented in their absence and for meeting all course requirements (e.g. quizzes or presentations) that occurred in their absence. 4. Students who will be absent from any clinical experience must notify both the agency/preceptor and the course instructor at least one hour prior to start time (or if impossible, as much before the start time as possible). 5. Specific guidelines related to reporting absences from clinical assignments may be introduced by course faculty, in which case students are expected to meet those standards. 6. In cases where the absence was not previously approved or extenuating circumstances exist, opportunities to make up activities will be at the total discretion of the faculty. 7. Students are responsible for their own transportation and associated expenses to and from clinical and classroom activities. 8. Prolonged or frequent absences may make it impossible for students to achieve course objectives, resulting in a failure. 9. Mandatory attendance may be required at the discretion of the course instructor. 10. Excessive absenteeism is defined as missing two or more on-campus classes, or one eight hour intensive day. Rationale: The faculty values an active and engaged learning environment and believes that student participation is important for growth as well as the enrichment of others. Procedure/Protocol: 1. Students who anticipate an absence should discuss it with the appropriate faculty as soon as possible. 2. Students are expected to seek the missed information from other students, rather than the faculty member.

5 e. Grading Policy 1. The grading system listed in the table below is used for all nursing courses. 2. A clinical failure in a nursing course results in a course failure. 3. Graduate students are required to maintain a 3.0 GPA throughout their studies and to meet the minimum required GPA for graduation. Any course grade below a B- is unacceptable at the graduate level. 4. All course syllabi will list the evaluative components for that course, with their relative weighting related to the final course grade. 5. For Graduate students in the Family Nurse Practitioner program, the average of all examinations within a course must be a 75. Those students who achieve an average cumulative examination grade of 75 will have the final grade calculated based on course evaluation components identified in the syllabus including, tests, papers, required lab demonstrations, clinical, and other assignments. If the average course examination grade is less than 75, the final grade will be calculated solely on the cumulative exam grade, and the student will fail the course with a grade of C+ or F. SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY GRADUATE GRADING SYSTEM GRADE QP RANGE A & above A B B B C C C- Not assigned in Graduate courses D Not assigned in Graduate courses F P (Pass) Pass/Fail courses not

6 assigned in Graduate courses W (Withdrawal) 0.00 I (Incomplete) 0.00 NG (No Grade 0.00 Rationale: A consistent, published approach to grading across the Nursing programs is important to establish required standards for successful course completion, and to maximize likelihood of success on professional certification examinations. f. Program Warning, Probation & Failure 1. There will be a defined, progressive and formalized system of communication and documentation related to giving students warnings or placing them on probation that may lead to clinical and/or course failure. 2. The following behaviors or actions will generally result in students being warned or placed on probation or issued a failing grade: Actions that could have or did result in serious injury to the patient. Excessive absenteeism such as missing two or more on regular campus classes, one 8 hour intensive day, or one week of non-participation in online discussion board or related Wiki assignment. Unsuccessful achievement in one or more clinical competency categories. Lack of adherence to one or more of the Professional Behaviors outlined in the Professional Behavior Standards Policy or the Student Nurse Code of Conduct. Cumulative GPA below The following levels of progressive interventions will be used as defined below: VERBAL WARNING Will be issued for a one time or episodic infraction or violation of accepted practices, principles or standards. The warning will be documented in the student record or the estar reporting program. PROBATION Will be issued for several instances of behaviors or actions that resulted in verbal warning(s) and /or the first incidence of a serious violation of accepted practices, principles or standards. Probation may occur at any time and serves as formal notice that improvement is

7 required and faculty remain concerned with a student s potential for success. Probation does not have to be preceded by a Warning. Students remain on Probation for two semesters, after which they will be returned to regular status or moved to the Failure level and dismissed. The Dean of the College of Nursing is solely responsible for placing students on academic probation. FAILURE Results in failing the nursing course and indicates that a student has been unable to successfully meet the clinical and/or course objectives, and/or Professional Behavior Standards. Rationale: Students are learners and as such there is a potential for errors. At the same time students are expected to be prepared for clinical and class experiences, and to exhibit professional behavior as defined by the published standards and to be responsible for their actions. This policy identifies the categories of performance that singly or in combination, depending on the specifics of the situation, will result in warning, probation and/or failure. Probation is for two semesters in order to support sustained evaluation that deficiency has been rectified. Procedure/Protocol: 1. Students who receive a warning or are placed on probation will meet with their respective clinical or class instructor and complete an Action Plan to plan for improved performance. 2. Failure to complete and comply with the Action Plan will significantly increase the likelihood of clinical/course failure. 3. At the end of each semester, the Academic Standards Committee (based on recommendations from appropriate faculty) will determine whether a student is recommended to be placed on Probation, returned to regular status from probationary status (after the two semesters), or issued a clinical/course failure resulting in a recommendation to the Dean for dismissal from the program. ACADEMIC PROBATION 1. Students whose cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) falls below the stated standard of 3.0 for graduate students will be placed on academic probation for the next two semesters. 2. The Academic Standards Committee (ASC) will notify the Dean of the College of Nursing of any students with a GPA of <3.0 to be reviewed for probation. 3. Students placed on academic probation will be notified by the Dean of the College of Nursing. 4. Students who receive a C+ or C in a nursing course must repeat the course. If the student successfully repeats the course, he/she may remain in the program.

8 5. If the cumulative GPA remains below the stated standards at the end of the probationary period, the student will be recommended for dismissal from the program. Rationale: Formal notification of probation status is designed to clearly inform students that they are at risk for failure. It also serves to provide specific advisor support to increase motivation to be academically successful. Procedure/Protocol: 1. The Academic Standards Committee (ASC) identifies students whose GPAs are less than the stated standards of 3.0 for graduate students at the end of the fall and spring semesters. 2. Students placed on academic probation will be notified by the Academic Standards Committee using direct mail or communication. 3. Students are responsible for scheduling an appointment with designated faculty to discuss strategies for improvement, which may include completion of an Action Plan in collaboration with designated faculty (e.g. course faculty or faculty advisor). Students must schedule the appointment by the date as stated in the notification letter. Students who do not comply with this requirement risk dismissal from the program. g. Dismissal from Nursing Programs 1. The College of Nursing reserves the right to recommend the dismissal of a student who does not maintain a satisfactory level of scholarship, who cannot remain in the Nursing Program without detriment to the health of self or others, or who, in the judgment of the Academic Standards Committee and Nursing Director of the College of Nursing, fails to live up to University and/or professional standards and regulations. For additional details, refer to policies on Course Progression, Professional Role Behaviors and Warning, Probation, and Failure. Recommendations are forwarded to the Dean for final determination. 2. Specific cause for recommending dismissal from the Graduate Nursing Program are: Failure of a second nursing course defined as C + or below (academic or clinical failure). Receipt of a C+ or below in a required or elective course that is repeated. Failure of two graduate non nursing courses (receiving a C+ or lower). A cumulative GPA below 3.0 after two consecutive semesters. Rationale: Professional behavior and academic standards are designed to uphold important values and requirements of the nursing profession to assure safe, quality practice and protection of clients.

9 Procedure/Protocol: The Academic Standards Committee will routinely review student files that may reflect any of the issues cited above and take the necessary actions. h. Course Progression 1. Matriculated students must maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 for graduate students throughout the entire course of study. (Refer to policies on Academic and Clinical Probation for additional information when GPAs fall below the stated standards). 2. The Academic Standards Committee reviews student progression status at mid-term and at the end of the fall and spring semesters. 3. If a student s clinical performance for any nursing course is deemed unsatisfactory, the grade for that course will be an F, regardless of any grades earned in other components of the course. Clinical failure prevents progression in nursing courses. 4. Students who receive a C+ or C in a nursing course must repeat the course. If the student successfully repeats the course, he/she may remain in the program. If the student receives a second C+ or lower, he/she will be dismissed unless an exception is approved by the Director. 5. The grading alternatives Pass/Fail are not permitted for course grades in the graduate nursing program. 6. If a student receives a failing grade (C+ or less) in a pre-requisite course students must successfully repeat the course with a B or better prior to proceeding through progression in the program. 7. If a student receives an incomplete grade in a pre-requisite course i.e., the incomplete course must be successfully completed (with a B or better) prior to proceeding through progression in the program. 8. The Academic Standards Committee will review the academic, clinical, and professional progress of all students in the program. Students who fail a nursing course will be recommended for dismissal to the Dean (see Dismissal Policy). i. School Guidelines for Test Taking Purpose: To ensure that all student s examination results are earned under comparable conditions and represent fair and accurate measurements.

10 Procedure: The following regulations are designed to help ensure a standardized testing environment and will be used by all faculty in the School of Nursing: No study aides (textbooks, notebooks, classroom notes, etc.) are allowed in the classroom. No papers, books, food, pens, purses, wallets, beepers, cell phones or any other electronic devices are allowed. No hats, scarves or coats may be worn and must be placed in the back of the room upon entry. Eating and drinking are not allowed. Unauthorized scrap paper may not be taken into the testing room. Faculty will distribute authorized scrap paper as needed. Scrap paper must be handed in before leaving the testing room. Students may not leave the room without faculty permission. Behaviors Subject to Dismissal from the Exam: Any student who engages in irregular behavior and/or does not heed the faculty s warning to discontinue inappropriate behavior may be dismissed from the exam and will not be allowed to retest. The exam will be graded as a 0. All of the following behaviors are considered to be irregular behavior: Giving or receiving assistance of any kind. Using any prohibited aids such as handheld calculators, conversion tables, dictionaries, etc. Taking any study materials (textbooks, notebooks, classroom notes, etc.) into the testing room or accessing or attempting to access such study materials at any time after the start of the examination administration, including, but not limited to, break times. Failing to follow testing regulations or the instructions of the faculty. Creating a disturbance of any kind. Copying, reconstructing or removing examination items and/or responses (in any format) or notes about the examination from the testing room or attempting to do the same. If taking a computer based examination any tampering with the operation of the computer or attempting to use it for any function other than taking the examination. If a student opens any software program other than the test (including but not limited to , Internet Explorer, Word, Excel, etc.) there will be a presumption that the student is engaged in cheating.

Retention in the Athletic Training Major

Retention in the Athletic Training Major Retention in the Athletic Training Major To continue in the athletic training major, students must meet program academic, conduct, and technical standards, described in this section of the athletic training

More information

2. Demonstrate patient advocacy in making appropriate ethical nursing responses in client care. 3. Perform patient care measures to relieve pain and

2. Demonstrate patient advocacy in making appropriate ethical nursing responses in client care. 3. Perform patient care measures to relieve pain and Nursing 213 Advanced Practice & Complex Nursing Care Syllabus West Virginia State Community and Technical College LPN to RN Option Spring 2008 Patricia Mazzella, R.N., M.S.N., Program Coordinator Office:

More information

Department of Computer Science Academic Policies

Department of Computer Science Academic Policies Department of Computer Science Academic Policies Version 4 August 2008 This manual describes the academic policies for the Master of Science Degree in Computer Science, Master of Science Degree in Computer

More information

AHS 119 Health Careers Allied Health Sciences Department

AHS 119 Health Careers Allied Health Sciences Department AHS 119 Health Careers Allied Health Sciences Department FALL SEMESTER 2014 Catalog Course Description: This course provides information on various health careers to include job responsibility and personal

More information

Electronic Health Record Specialist

Electronic Health Record Specialist PLEASE PRINT IF NEEDED STUDENT HANDBOOK FOR THE Electronic Health Record Specialist PROGRAM CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION DEPARTMENT CHATHAM COUNTY Updated 1/26/15/ hj Central

More information

Department of Computer Science Academic Policies

Department of Computer Science Academic Policies Department of Computer Science Academic Policies January 2012 This manual describes the academic policies for the Master of Science Degree in Computer Science, Master of Science Degree in Computer Information

More information

SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF NURSING

SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF NURSING SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF NURSING Student Policy Manual 1/13/15, 3/23/15, 4/17/15 P a g e 1 Suffolk County Community School of Nursing Student Policy Manual The School of Nursing Student

More information

MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PLEASE PRINT IF NEEDED MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR PHARMACY TECHNICIAN STUDENT HANDBOOK CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CHATHAM COUNTY CONTINUING EDUCATION DEPARTMENT SPECIAL NEEDS TECHICIAN GUIDELINES Central

More information

To demonstrate satisfactory performance, graduate students pursuing the M.A. degree will be expected to:

To demonstrate satisfactory performance, graduate students pursuing the M.A. degree will be expected to: ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS The master s program in Speech-Language Pathology is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the ASHA. The Master of Arts is awarded in Speech-Language Pathology.

More information

Adapted with permission from the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work Standards for Social Work Education. Revised 10/12/2013.

Adapted with permission from the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work Standards for Social Work Education. Revised 10/12/2013. STANDARDS FOR SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION Adapted with permission from the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work Standards for Social Work Education. Revised 10/12/2013. Criteria for Evaluating

More information

Master of Nursing Graduate Degree. Clinical Nurse Leader

Master of Nursing Graduate Degree. Clinical Nurse Leader Master of Nursing Graduate Degree Clinical Nurse Leader Clinical Manual for Students 2014-1015 Reviewed and Approved August, 2014 Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education Table of Contents Overview...3

More information

School of Health Professions Department of [INSERT DEPARTMENT HERE]

School of Health Professions Department of [INSERT DEPARTMENT HERE] School of Health Professions Department of [INSERT DEPARTMENT HERE] COURSE NUMBER and TITLE: COURSE DESCRIPTION: SEMESTER(s) OFFERRED: LOCATION: CONTACT HOURS: Insert course number and title (must match

More information

MILWAUKEE AREA TECHNICAL COLLEGE Course Syllabus Fall 2005

MILWAUKEE AREA TECHNICAL COLLEGE Course Syllabus Fall 2005 MILWAUKEE AREA TECHNICAL COLLEGE Course Syllabus Fall 2005 Course: Communication Skills English 801-151-504 Credits: 3 Class Meets: Mondays in M 677 5:00 to 7:55pm Writing Lab is in C 281 Instructor: Office:

More information

ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING

ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING JACKSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING COURSE SYLLABUS SPRING/SUMMER 2011 5/23/2011PH 1 5/23/2011PH 2 COURSE NUMBER NUR 121 JACKSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE NURSING DEPARTMENT COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE

More information

ROCKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE NURSING REGISTRATION, PROGRESSION, GRADING AND TESTING POLICIES FOR CORE NURSING PROCESS COURSES

ROCKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE NURSING REGISTRATION, PROGRESSION, GRADING AND TESTING POLICIES FOR CORE NURSING PROCESS COURSES ROCKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE NURSING REGISTRATION, PROGRESSION, GRADING AND TESTING POLICIES FOR CORE NURSING PROCESS COURSES All students enrolled in courses at Rockland Community College are required to

More information

RNSG 1413 Foundations of Nursing Practice CRN# 85406 Theory: Tuesday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Room 581A) Credit: 4 (3 Lecture/2 Lab)

RNSG 1413 Foundations of Nursing Practice CRN# 85406 Theory: Tuesday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Room 581A) Credit: 4 (3 Lecture/2 Lab) RNSG 1413 Foundations of Nursing Practice CRN# 85406 Theory: Tuesday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Room 581A) Credit: 4 (3 Lecture/2 Lab) Instructor Information Theresa Wooten MS, RN, BC Email: theresa.wooten@hccs.edu

More information

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS GRADUATE PROGRAMS MBA STUDENT HANDBOOK

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS GRADUATE PROGRAMS MBA STUDENT HANDBOOK COLLEGE OF BUSINESS GRADUATE PROGRAMS MBA STUDENT HANDBOOK Hattiesburg Campus College of Business The University of Southern Mississippi 118 College Drive, # 5021 Hattiesburg, MS 39406 P: 601.266.4659

More information

Masters Program Handbook

Masters Program Handbook Masters Program Handbook Last Edited: November, 2014 Table of Contents I. Overview and VCU Graduate Bulletin 1 II. Mandatory Orientation 2 III. Registration 2 A. VCU e-services 2 B. Advising Requirements

More information

AHS 138 Medical Coding Basics Allied Health Sciences Department FALL SEMESTER 2014

AHS 138 Medical Coding Basics Allied Health Sciences Department FALL SEMESTER 2014 AHS 138 Medical Coding Basics Allied Health Sciences Department FALL SEMESTER 2014 Catalog Course Description: This course is a study of basic concepts of coding for medical/dental services for the health

More information

PSY 201 General Psychology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department

PSY 201 General Psychology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department PSY 201 General Psychology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department Catalog Course Description: This course includes the following topics and concepts in the science of behavior: scientific method, biological

More information

Nursing Student Handbook ADDENDUM

Nursing Student Handbook ADDENDUM Nursing Student Handbook ADDENDUM Spring 2015 Kirkwood Community College Department of Nursing 2172 Linn Hall Phone: 319-398-5563 or 1-800-332-2055 Fax: 319-398-7750 www.kirkwood.edu/nursing Welcome to

More information

PSY 212 Abnormal Psychology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department

PSY 212 Abnormal Psychology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department PSY 212 Abnormal Psychology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department Catalog Course Description: This course is a study of the nature and development of behavioral disorders, including the investigation

More information

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM Print, sign and bring to first day of class PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM STUDENT HANDBOOK CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CHATHAM COUNTY CONTINUING EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Updated 7/13/15 - hj PHARMACY

More information

PHLEBOTOMY TRAINING PROGRAM STUDENT HANDBOOK

PHLEBOTOMY TRAINING PROGRAM STUDENT HANDBOOK PHLEBOTOMY TRAINING PROGRAM STUDENT HANDBOOK PHLEBOTOMY TRAINING PROGRAM STUDENT HANDBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS ITEM PAGE A. Welcome Letter 2 B. Program Objectives 3 C. Certification 3 D. Compliance Statement

More information

CENTRAL OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2012-2013 Nursing Program

CENTRAL OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2012-2013 Nursing Program 1 CENTRAL OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2012-2013 Nursing Program Edited by: Michele Decker RN, MSN, MEd Rebekah Cook, JD Nursing Program Progression Policies 2 Nursing Program Progression Policies Table of

More information

School of Health and Human Services

School of Health and Human Services School of Health and Human Services Leadership in Gerontological Nursing Post Graduate Diploma Program Policies APPROVAL: 1. Next Policy Review: June 1, 2019 2. Admissions & Standards Committee: September

More information

Wentworth Institute of Technology Cooperative Education Student Handbook 1

Wentworth Institute of Technology Cooperative Education Student Handbook 1 Wentworth Institute of Technology Cooperative Education Student Handbook 1 Welcome to the co-op process. This document outlines the requirements, expectations and policies for your cooperative education

More information

MS in Business Analytics Student Policy Manual

MS in Business Analytics Student Policy Manual MS in Business Analytics Student Policy Manual Table of Contents Overview 3 Program Calendar 4 Attendance 5 Academics 6 Conduct 9 Honor Code 10 Financial Responsibilities 12 This information contained

More information

Elmira Business Institute Medical Transcription I (OFF 131)

Elmira Business Institute Medical Transcription I (OFF 131) Instructor Information: Instructor: Office Location: Telephone: Email: Office and Tutoring Hours: Elmira Business Institute Student Syllabus: Medical Transcription I (OFF 131) Semester: Summer 2014 Course

More information

Medical Assisting 201D Syllabus

Medical Assisting 201D Syllabus Medical Assisting 201D Syllabus PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Jon Murphy INSTRUCTORS: Jon Murphy 1 Medical Assisting 201D Program Director: Jon Murphy Office: D 114 (See Door for Posted Office Hours)....Phone: (510)

More information

Global Outreach and Extended Education Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Arizona State University

Global Outreach and Extended Education Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Arizona State University Graduate Student Handbook for the following programs: Master of Engineering MSE ES Software Engineering MSE ES Enterprise Systems Innovation and Management Global Outreach and Extended Education Ira A.

More information

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Program Policies

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Program Policies International Education Department Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Program Policies APPROVAL: 1. Program Revision: January 2006 2. Admissions & Standards Committee: March 2006 3.

More information

Advanced Diploma in Geographic Information Systems (ADGIS) and Bachelor in Geographic Information Systems (BGIS) Program Policies

Advanced Diploma in Geographic Information Systems (ADGIS) and Bachelor in Geographic Information Systems (BGIS) Program Policies School of Environment and Geomatics Advanced Diploma in Geographic Information Systems (ADGIS) and Bachelor in Geographic Information Systems (BGIS) Program Policies APPROVAL: 1. Next Policy Review: September

More information

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Social & Behavioral Sciences Department Catalog Course Description: This course emphasizes the fundamental concepts and principles of sociology, including culture, socialization,

More information

Wednesday 8-11 am and 1-2pm and Friday 8-1pm, any time I am in my office feel free to stop in.

Wednesday 8-11 am and 1-2pm and Friday 8-1pm, any time I am in my office feel free to stop in. Course NUR 125 Nursing Knowledge of Pharmacology 11 Instructor: Kim Wanink RN MSN E-mail Address: kim.wanink@gogebic.edu Phone: 906-307-1305 Office: A-308 Office Hours: Beginning Date of August 24, 2015

More information

HANDBOOK FOR GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS Supplement to the Ferris State University Code of Student Community Standards

HANDBOOK FOR GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS Supplement to the Ferris State University Code of Student Community Standards FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS SCHOOL OF NURSING HANDBOOK FOR GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS Supplement to the Ferris State University Code of Student Community Standards JULY 2012 TABLE

More information

GUIDELINES FOR COMPLETING A GRADUATE PROJECT (HLTH/KINS 5980)

GUIDELINES FOR COMPLETING A GRADUATE PROJECT (HLTH/KINS 5980) GUIDELINES FOR COMPLETING A GRADUATE PROJECT (HLTH/KINS 5980) Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies University of Central Oklahoma 100 North University Drive, #189 Wantland Hall 102 Edmond, Oklahoma

More information

Department of Physical Therapy ENTRY-LEVEL DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM. Amended Program Manual

Department of Physical Therapy ENTRY-LEVEL DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM. Amended Program Manual Department of Physical Therapy ENTRY-LEVEL DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM Amended Program Manual Please keep this manual as a reference The policies in this manual are subject to revision. Revised

More information

Program Policies & Regulations. Class of 2016

Program Policies & Regulations. Class of 2016 Program Policies & Regulations Class of 2016 January 2015 December 2016 Professional MBA Office Brad Vierig Associate Dean and Director Kristal Kareh Associate Director Laura Craven Program Coordinator

More information

Ogeechee Technical College One Joe Kennedy Blvd. Statesboro, Georgia Syllabus English 2130 American Literature

Ogeechee Technical College One Joe Kennedy Blvd. Statesboro, Georgia Syllabus English 2130 American Literature Ogeechee Technical College One Joe Kennedy Blvd. Statesboro, Georgia Syllabus English 2130 American Literature Semester: Spring Semester 2014 Instructor: Pat Murphey E-mail: rmurphey@ogeecheetech.edu Class

More information

CED 117 Interpersonal Skills in Human Relationships (3 Sem Hours) Department of Education and Clinical Studies Fall, 2015 Online Education

CED 117 Interpersonal Skills in Human Relationships (3 Sem Hours) Department of Education and Clinical Studies Fall, 2015 Online Education College of Education Preparing Professionals for Changing Educational Contexts CED 117 Interpersonal Skills in Human Relationships (3 Sem Hours) Department of Education and Clinical Studies Fall, 2015

More information

RESPIRATORY THERAPIST PROGRAM WALLACE COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT HANDBOOK. Class of 2013. Linda Moore, BS, RRT Program Director H-110, 334-556-2457

RESPIRATORY THERAPIST PROGRAM WALLACE COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT HANDBOOK. Class of 2013. Linda Moore, BS, RRT Program Director H-110, 334-556-2457 RESPIRATORY THERAPIST PROGRAM WALLACE COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT HANDBOOK Class of 2013 Linda Moore, BS, RRT Program Director H-110, 334-556-2457 Judith Harrell, BS, RRT Clinical Coordinator H-110, 334-556-2291

More information

EDU 230 Schools in Communities Social & Behavioral Sciences Department

EDU 230 Schools in Communities Social & Behavioral Sciences Department EDU 230 Schools in Communities Social & Behavioral Sciences Department Catalog Course Description: This course provides students with a basic understanding of the social, political, and historical aspects

More information

COLLEGE OF NURSING 101 COLLEGE OF NURSING

COLLEGE OF NURSING 101 COLLEGE OF NURSING COLLEGE OF NURSING 101 COLLEGE OF NURSING 102 COLLEGE OF NURSING COLLEGE OF NURSING MISSION OF THE COLLEGE The faculty of the College of Nursing has defined the following mission: To leverage the powerful,

More information

ACADEMIC POLICIES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY. t-dpt PROGRAM

ACADEMIC POLICIES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY. t-dpt PROGRAM ACADEMIC POLICIES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY t-dpt PROGRAM Academic Advising: Students are assigned to faculty advisors upon enrollment in the first semester of the program. The faculty advisor

More information

Grading Policy. Dental School < The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Grading Policy. Dental School < The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Grading Policy Academic Standards The academic standards for successful completion and grade assignment shall be established by the department or task force under which the course is administered. In arriving

More information

Academic Policies and Procedures

Academic Policies and Procedures Academic Policies and Procedures Academic policies can be changed at any time by the University of North Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health (UNTHSC-SPH). Students should review the Student

More information

VILLANOVA GRADUATE TAX PROGRAM POLICIES & PROCEDURES

VILLANOVA GRADUATE TAX PROGRAM POLICIES & PROCEDURES VILLANOVA GRADUATE TAX PROGRAM POLICIES & PROCEDURES All policies apply to students taking ground or online courses in the Graduate Tax Program except where otherwise indicated. Academic Integrity The

More information

Lewis Clark State College AC 340 Accounting Information Systems Online Class Class Syllabus Spring 2016

Lewis Clark State College AC 340 Accounting Information Systems Online Class Class Syllabus Spring 2016 Lewis Clark State College AC 34 Accounting Information Systems Online Class Class Syllabus Spring 216 Section: AC 34 6 Textbook: Instructor: Contact Info: Accounting Information Systems: Controls and Processes

More information

Blinn College Dual Credit Student Handbook

Blinn College Dual Credit Student Handbook Blinn College Dual Credit Student Handbook 2015-2016 1 Blinn College Dual Credit Program Table of Contents Table of Contents Welcome... 3 Introduction...3 Student Records... 4 FERPA 4 Annual Notification

More information

IPEK UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS SECTION ONE. Purpose, Scope, Basis and Definitions

IPEK UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS SECTION ONE. Purpose, Scope, Basis and Definitions From Ipek University IPEK UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS SECTION ONE Purpose, Scope, Basis and Definitions Purpose ARTICLE 1 (1) The purpose of this Regulation

More information

MASTER OF EDUCATION (M.Ed.) PROGRAMS

MASTER OF EDUCATION (M.Ed.) PROGRAMS MASTER OF EDUCATION (M.Ed.) PROGRAMS 1. M.ED. PROGRAM GRID..................... 90 2. MASTER OF EDUCATION (GENERAL)........ 90 a. Statement of Purpose.................... 90 b. Admission Requirements.................

More information

COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE POLICY AND PROCEDURES MANUAL

COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE POLICY AND PROCEDURES MANUAL Page 1 of 21 (1) GRADING SYSTEM: ACHIEVEMENT AT COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (CSCC) Letter grades based on student achievement will be assigned to students enrolled in individual degree-credit courses

More information

Psychology of Sport and Exercise

Psychology of Sport and Exercise Psychology of Sport and Exercise KINE 3301.60 Department of Health & Human Performance The University of Texas at Brownsville & Texas Southmost College Professor: Dr. Susan Hart COURSE DESCRIPTION A study

More information

GEDIZ UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS PART ONE

GEDIZ UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS PART ONE GEDIZ UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS PART ONE Aim, Scope, Basis and Definitions Aim ARTICLE 1 (1) The aim of these regulations is to stipulate the procedure and principles

More information

Grades Grade Key: I:

Grades Grade Key: I: Academic Standards and Policies For the Predoctoral Program in Dentistry at NYU College of Dentistry Guidelines for Academic Progress, Promotion and Graduation The educational goal of New York University

More information

921 Ribaut Rd. 4/125 Beaufort, SC 29901 843-525-8256 kslyh@tcl.edu. NUR274 Issues in Nursing Practice Fall 2015

921 Ribaut Rd. 4/125 Beaufort, SC 29901 843-525-8256 kslyh@tcl.edu. NUR274 Issues in Nursing Practice Fall 2015 Technical College of the Lowcountry Kathleen L. Slyh RN MSN 921 Ribaut Rd. 4/125 Beaufort, SC 29901 843-525-8256 kslyh@tcl.edu NUR274 Issues in Nursing Practice Fall 2015 Course Description NUR 274 Issues

More information

1. Demonstrate the ability to meet the course objectives by practicing consistent, safe, legal, ethical and responsible behavior as defined by:

1. Demonstrate the ability to meet the course objectives by practicing consistent, safe, legal, ethical and responsible behavior as defined by: NURS 249: PN Leadership (1 Credit) Course Description This course is an introduction to the leadership responsibilities of the practical nurse. The concepts necessary for effective management are presented

More information

HANDBOOK FOR GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS Supplement to the Ferris State University Code of Student Community Standards

HANDBOOK FOR GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS Supplement to the Ferris State University Code of Student Community Standards FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS SCHOOL OF NURSING HANDBOOK FOR GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS Supplement to the Ferris State University Code of Student Community Standards JULY 2015 TABLE

More information

Multimedia 320 Syllabus

Multimedia 320 Syllabus Course information Web Design I Multimedia 320 Section Number 1538 Fall 2013 FA 304 Instructor / Contact Information Brian Olson FA 304 Office Please email me for in person appointments olsonbj@wlac.edu

More information

EDUC 1301: INTRODUCTION TO THE TEACHING PROFESSION COURSE SYLLABUS

EDUC 1301: INTRODUCTION TO THE TEACHING PROFESSION COURSE SYLLABUS EDUC 1301: INTRODUCTION TO THE TEACHING PROFESSION COURSE SYLLABUS INSTRUCTOR Name: Office: Email: Phone: Office Hours: COURSE INFORMATION Term: Section: Synonym: Days/Times: Location: COURSE DESCRIPTION

More information

Course Objectives After successfully completing the course, the student will be able to:

Course Objectives After successfully completing the course, the student will be able to: Fall 2013 South Portland, Maine 04106 Criminal Justice Department Title: Crisis Intervention Training for the Criminal Justice Practitioner Catalog Number: CJUS-116 W1 Credit Hours: 3 Total Contact Hours:

More information

Elmira Business Institute Medical Billing (MED 130) Elmira Business Institute Student Syllabus: Medical Billing (MED 130) Semester: Spring 2014

Elmira Business Institute Medical Billing (MED 130) Elmira Business Institute Student Syllabus: Medical Billing (MED 130) Semester: Spring 2014 Instructor Information: Instructor: Office Location: Telephone: Email: Office and Tutoring Hours: Elmira Business Institute Student Syllabus: Medical Billing (MED 130) Semester: Spring 2014 Course Identification:

More information

North Idaho College Financial Aid Office Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAP) 2015-2016

North Idaho College Financial Aid Office Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAP) 2015-2016 North Idaho College Financial Aid Office Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAP) 2015-2016 Federal regulations require North Idaho College (NIC) to establish satisfactory academic progress standards

More information

Graduate Course Syllabus

Graduate Course Syllabus George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology Graduate Course Syllabus COURSE: HRDV 5630 Organizational Development and Change Location: Leiden Term: Spring II, 2014 Day(s): Tuesday(+1xFriday)

More information

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY GUIDE TO GRADUATE STUDIES 2014 2015 CONTENTS Chapter Page 1. INTRODUCTION 3 2. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 3 3. ACADEMIC

More information

Contents. Answering the questions... 14. Domains tested in the midwifery CBT... 13 Midwifery CBT plan... 13 Structure of the midwifery CBT...

Contents. Answering the questions... 14. Domains tested in the midwifery CBT... 13 Midwifery CBT plan... 13 Structure of the midwifery CBT... 1 Contents Introduction... 3 Overview of the test of competence... 3 Applying for the test of competence... 4 Computer based test... 4 Candidate rules... 4 Confidentiality... 5 Taking the CBT... 5 Grounds

More information

JOHN A. LOGAN COLLEGE M. Graham SP 15. SPE 116 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3 cr. (3-0)

JOHN A. LOGAN COLLEGE M. Graham SP 15. SPE 116 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3 cr. (3-0) JOHN A. LOGAN COLLEGE M. Graham SP 15 SPE 116 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3 cr. (3-0) COURSE DESCRIPTION: Study of communication theory and its application to interpersonal relations. Relationship skills

More information

THE AUBURN UNIVERSITY PHD PROGRAM BUSINESS: FINANCE CONCENTRATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL

THE AUBURN UNIVERSITY PHD PROGRAM BUSINESS: FINANCE CONCENTRATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL THE AUBURN UNIVERSITY PHD PROGRAM IN BUSINESS: FINANCE CONCENTRATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL HARBERT COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AUBURN UNIVERSITY Approved by the Finance Department, August/ 2013 for immediate

More information

Advanced Diploma in Geographic Information Systems (ADGIS) and Bachelor in Geographic Information Systems (BGIS) Program Policies

Advanced Diploma in Geographic Information Systems (ADGIS) and Bachelor in Geographic Information Systems (BGIS) Program Policies School of Renewable Resources Advanced Diploma in Geographic Information Systems (ADGIS) and Bachelor in Geographic Information Systems (BGIS) Program Policies APPROVAL: 1. Next Policy Review: September

More information

Academic Policies. Grading Guidelines

Academic Policies. Grading Guidelines Academic Policies Grading Guidelines Ashesi s grading system is modeled after University of Cape Coast as required by the National Accreditation Board. Student work is evaluated throughout the semester

More information

Computer Forensics (3 credit hours)

Computer Forensics (3 credit hours) Syllabus for Fall 2010 Computer Forensics (3 credit hours) COURSE INFORMATION Instructor: Smith Office: A 112-B Phone: 291-4920 Email: aurelia.smith@cv.edu Class Time: TH from 7:00 8:15 p.m. Room: A 112

More information

Phone: (270) 821-2250 Phone: (270) 821-2250 Cell: (270) 871-5963 Cell: (270)-339-6387

Phone: (270) 821-2250 Phone: (270) 821-2250 Cell: (270) 871-5963 Cell: (270)-339-6387 1 Madisonville Community College Practical Nursing Program Health Sciences Campus 750 N. Laffoon Street Madisonville, KY 42431 Phone (270) 824-7552 NPN 210, 81W1- Clinical Practicum (class# 78689) Practicum:

More information

GUIDE TO GRADUATE STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY. Terminal (one-year) MA Program UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 2014-2015

GUIDE TO GRADUATE STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY. Terminal (one-year) MA Program UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 2014-2015 GUIDE TO GRADUATE STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY Terminal (one-year) MA Program UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 2014-2015 GRADUATE STUDY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY In addition to the PhD program, the department

More information

Southwestern Michigan College School of Business Dowagiac, Michigan. Course Syllabus FALL SEMESTER 2012

Southwestern Michigan College School of Business Dowagiac, Michigan. Course Syllabus FALL SEMESTER 2012 Southwestern Michigan College School of Business Dowagiac, Michigan Course Syllabus FALL SEMESTER 2012 COURSE TITLE: Windows Networking I COURSE NO ISYS 281 SECTION NO.: 2091 CREDITS/CONTACTS: Credit Hours:

More information

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF NURSING. PROFESSIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT Draft 21 (9/08/06)

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF NURSING. PROFESSIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT Draft 21 (9/08/06) 1 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF NURSING PROFESSIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT Draft 21 (9/08/06) I. Introduction A) Purpose The University of Kentucky College of Nursing Professional Code of Conduct seeks to

More information

CSCI 230: Web Database I (ASP/PHP) (3 credits) Course Description

CSCI 230: Web Database I (ASP/PHP) (3 credits) Course Description CSCI 230: Web Database I (ASP/PHP) (3 credits) Course Description This course teaches beginning and intermediate designers the fundamentals of Web applications. This includes the concepts and theories

More information

NURSING B257: COURSE ORIENTATION

NURSING B257: COURSE ORIENTATION 1 NURSING B257: COURSE ORIENTATION The instructional syllabus is an essential part of the learning process. It serves as a learning contract that clearly states the responsibilities of both the student

More information

The Lincoln University Department of Health Sciences Nursing Program

The Lincoln University Department of Health Sciences Nursing Program The Lincoln University Department of Health Sciences Nursing Program COURSE TITLE: Transcultural Nursing COURSE NUMBER: NUR456 Perspectives CREDIT HOURS 3 PREREQUISITE (S): Admission to the nursing major

More information

Radford University TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM

Radford University TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM Radford University TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GOVERNING ADMISSION/READMISSION, FIELD PLACEMENT, RETENTION, and PROGRAM COMPLETION Students have a professional obligation to abide

More information

graduate academic policies and procedures

graduate academic policies and procedures graduate academic policies and procedures These pages contain information on policies, procedures, and regulations that are specific to graduate study at Columbia College Chicago. Students should check

More information

CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION

CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION Course: Healthcare Activity Director Term: Instructor: Class Dates and Times: Contact Information: (Optional) Phone: E-Mail: Contact: Advising Hours:

More information

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES REGARDING TEACHING SCHEDULES, GRADING, AND ADVISING IN THE COLLEGE

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES REGARDING TEACHING SCHEDULES, GRADING, AND ADVISING IN THE COLLEGE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES REGARDING TEACHING SCHEDULES, GRADING, AND ADVISING IN THE COLLEGE Offices of the Dean of the College and the Dean of Students in the College COURSE REQUIREMENTS Students should

More information

Florida International University College of Nursing and Health Sciences Health Services Administration Policies and Procedures

Florida International University College of Nursing and Health Sciences Health Services Administration Policies and Procedures Grading Scale Florida International University College of Nursing and Health Sciences Health Services Administration Policies and Procedures Total Points Letter Grade Total Points Letter Grade 93-100 A

More information

Nashville State Community College Business & Applied Arts Division Office Administration. Master Course Syllabus

Nashville State Community College Business & Applied Arts Division Office Administration. Master Course Syllabus Revised: April 2015 Nashville State Community College Business & Applied Arts Division Office Administration Master Course Syllabus This master course syllabus is meant simply as a guide and overview of

More information

UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA NORDESTANA UCNE SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY

UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA NORDESTANA UCNE SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA NORDESTANA UCNE SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY INTRODUCTION According to the Code of Federal Regulations of the United States, (Section-E, 668.16, 668.32 (f), 668.34 of the

More information

ACC Child Care & Development Department CDEC 2422-Child Development Associate Training II Master Syllabus

ACC Child Care & Development Department CDEC 2422-Child Development Associate Training II Master Syllabus ACC Child Care & Development Department CDEC 2422-Child Development Associate Training II Master Syllabus Course Description: A continuation of the study of the requirements for the Child Development Associate

More information

TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM

TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM Grading Policy GRADING IN THE DIDACTIC YEAR Graduate students work is graded at the end of each semester using a system of letter grades

More information

Academic Policies Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (GSPHHP)

Academic Policies Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (GSPHHP) Approved by Faculty-Student Council March 4, 2016 Academic Policies Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (GSPHHP) Definition of a Credit Hour In compliance with policy set by the New York

More information

BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM SOCW 400B ADVANCED SEMINAR IN REFLECTIVE SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE COURSE OUTLINE

BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM SOCW 400B ADVANCED SEMINAR IN REFLECTIVE SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE COURSE OUTLINE BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM SOCW 400B ADVANCED SEMINAR IN REFLECTIVE SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE COURSE OUTLINE Section: S16W70 Semester: Spring 2016 Instructor: Dr. Louise Stern, MSW, PhD Online Office Hours:

More information

Graduate Student Handbook for the following programs:

Graduate Student Handbook for the following programs: Graduate Student Handbook for the following programs: Master of Engineering Master of Science Engineering/Engineering Science concentration in Software Engineering Global Outreach and Extended Education

More information

COM 1010, Basic Web Design

COM 1010, Basic Web Design Revised: April 2015 Nashville State Community College Business & Applied Arts Division (Visual Communications) Master Course Syllabus COM 1010, Basic Web Design 3 Credits 3 Class Hours Course Description:

More information

School of Health Professions Department of Health Services Administration Healthcare Management Program

School of Health Professions Department of Health Services Administration Healthcare Management Program School of Health Professions Department of Health Services Administration Healthcare Management Program COURSE NUMBER and TITLE: HCM 416 Financial Management in Health Care Organizations COURSE DESCRIPTION:

More information

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE SCHOOL OF NURSING. Nursing [XXX] [OFFICIAL COURSE TITLE] Property of the University of Louisville School of Nursing

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE SCHOOL OF NURSING. Nursing [XXX] [OFFICIAL COURSE TITLE] Property of the University of Louisville School of Nursing UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE SCHOOL OF NURSING Nursing [XXX] [OFFICIAL COURSE TITLE] Property of the University of Louisville School of Nursing All Rights Reserved [SEMESTER, YEAR] Course Outline Policy The

More information

Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. Representing The Alabama Community College System

Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. Representing The Alabama Community College System Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education Representing The Alabama Community College System Central Alabama Community College MTH 100 Intermediate Algebra Prerequisite: MTH 092 or MTH 098 or appropriate

More information

South Texas College Division of Nursing/Allied Health Medical Assistant Technology Master Syllabus Fall 2011

South Texas College Division of Nursing/Allied Health Medical Assistant Technology Master Syllabus Fall 2011 As of 08/01/2011 South Texas College Division of Nursing/Allied Health Medical Assistant Technology Master Syllabus Fall 2011 Chair s Information: 1. Name of Chair: Mrs. Abigail A. Rodriguez 5. Telephone

More information

EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES:

EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES: PCCUA 1 Course Name: COLLEGE ALGEBRA Course Number: MS 123 ACTS Course: MATH 1103 (transferable) Semester and Year: Fall 2015 Meeting Place: C103 Meeting Time: Tues/Thurs 11:00a-12:20p Prerequisites: 19+

More information

Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision 2014 2015 Program Guidebook

Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision 2014 2015 Program Guidebook Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision 2014 2015 Program Guidebook NOTE: 1) This guidebook is subject to change. If it does, students will be notified via email and will be provided with the revised

More information

Fundamentals of Oral Communications 1313 Syllabus

Fundamentals of Oral Communications 1313 Syllabus Fundamentals of Oral Communications 1313 Syllabus Spring 2013 Speech Honors North Arkansas College Instructor: Michael Mahoney (email: mmahoney@northark.edu) Office Hours: MWF: 8:30-9:30am and 1-2pm. TTH

More information

Chipola College. The RN to BSN Online Nursing Program Handbook 2013-2014. A Higher Degree Of Success

Chipola College. The RN to BSN Online Nursing Program Handbook 2013-2014. A Higher Degree Of Success Chipola College The RN to BSN Online Nursing Program Handbook 2013-2014 A Higher Degree Of Success January, 2014 Welcome The Health Sciences faculty welcomes you to the online Bachelor of Science in Nursing

More information