Schedule of course offerings
Distance education courses
- Students registering for N4010 in the Spring semester are expected to take N4310 in the following Fall semester.
- Students planning to take N4310 in any Fall semester are required to contact Ms. Claudine Morgan, Clinical Placement Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of January in that year. During the intervening time the student will be guided in consultations with Mrs. Morgan to seek out and secure an appropriate clinical placement(s) for this course. Contracts between the placement agency/agencies and Memorial University may also need to be negotiated.
- All students are required to have a practicing nursing license in order to complete N4310 Community Health II and N4754 Clinical Dimensions of Professional Nursing Practice. This requirement also applies to students on leave of absence from their nursing positions.
- Nursing 4754: Clinical Dimensions of Professional Nursing Practice is a clinical focus course offering with a clinical component that requires client contact on a regular basis throughout the course. Nurses working in direct client care environments (acute care, critical care, long term care, or within community based agencies) should be able to achieve many of the objectives of this course during their normal work hours. If you are working in a nursing position that has no direct client care contact or if you are currently unemployed, on leave etc you will need to gain access to a client population for this course. If you have any concerns about how you can obtain client access for this course, consult Mrs. Claudine Morgan, Clinical Placement Coordinator email@example.com no later than the end of January preceding the Spring semester in which you intend to enroll in N4754.
- Registered Nurses not enrolled in the BN (Post-RN) program may enrol in 2000 level nursing courses or elective nursing courses but must be admitted to the program to enrol in required nursing courses at the 3000 level or beyond.
- Under University Regulations-Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate) 1.3 students who have previously attended Memorial University of Newfoundland and have not registered for courses for the past two consecutive semesters (Fall, Winter, Spring) are required to submit a new Application for Admission/Readmission together with the application processing fee.
- Use of Student Papers / Projects / Discussion Forums: There will be times when faculty members may wish to use a student's paper/project/discussion as a sample of student work for accreditation or for program evaluation purposes. In these situations, all identifying information will be removed.
- Students may be required to complete the Personal Health Information Act (PHIA) training for students.
Schedule of Course Offerings
Spring Semester 2012-2013
N2230 Teaching/Learning (www) [prereq: must be a RN]
N4010 Community Health Nursing I (www)[prereq: N2040, N2230, N2700, N3022 or N3023, N4002]
N4754 Clinical Dimensions of Professional Nursing Practice [prereq: N2040, N2230, N2700, N3023, N4002, N4701, N4702]
N5700 Nursing Management [prereq: admitted to program, English 1XX3 and N2230]
Fall Semester 2012-2013
N2040 Health Assessment (www) [prereq: must be a RN]
N2700 Nursing Theories in Practice (www) [prereq: must be a RN]
N2740 Human Physiology [prereq: must be a RN]
N2991 Complementary and Alternative Health Care
N4310 Community Health Nursing II [coreq: N4010]
N5210 Health Care Systems (www) [prereq: admitted to program English 1xx3 and N2230]
Winter Semester 2012-2013
N2990 Spiritual Dimension of Nursing Practice
N3023 Counselling (www) [prereq: admitted to program]
N4002 Introduction to Nursing Research: Methodology & Critique (www) [prereq: admitted to program Stats 2500 or Educ 2900]
N4701 Current Concepts in Pathophysiology (www) [prereq: admitted to program and N2740]
N4702 Current Concepts in Pharmacology and Nutrition [prereq: admitted to program and N2740]
N5220 Professional Issues (www) [prereq: admitted to program English 1xx3 and N2230]
Elaine St. Croix, Academic Program Administrator
- Phone: (709) 777-6272
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pam King-Jesso, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs
- Phone: (709) 777-6679
- E-mail: email@example.com