Course Schedule

Course 1

NRS 700 – Transcultural Concepts and Issues in Health Care (3 credits)
Brief Description: General philosophy, ethics, concepts, skills, theory, research, & practices underlying transcultural care

Course Begins

On-Campus Sessions

Weekly Asynchronous On-line Sessions

Course Ends

Major course requirements

Wed.

Sept. 6, 2017

Wed. Sept. 6 and Thurs. Sept. 7, 2017

8:50 AM -   5:00 PM

Sept. 6 - Oct. 26, 2017

Oct. 26, 2017

Participate in both on-campus sessions

Participate in 6 weekly on-line sessions

Discuss assigned readings

*Complete paper on select topic (individualized to student’s interest)

Course 2

NRS 703 – Teaching and Learning for Cultural Competence Development (3 credits)
Brief Description: Multidimensional process, strategies, and techniques for teaching and learning cultural competence, directed toward culturally diverse learners in various settings.
Pre-requisites: NRS 700 or equivalent graduate level course by permission of instructor

Course Begins

On-Campus Sessions

Weekly Asynchronous On-line Sessions

Course Ends

Major course requirements

Wed.

Nov. 1, 2017

Wed. Nov. 1 and Thurs. Nov. 2, 2017

8:50 AM -   5:00 PM

Nov. 1 - Nov. 2, 2017

Dec. 21, 2017

Participate in both on-campus sessions

Participate in 6 weekly on-line sessions

Discuss assigned readings

*Complete paper on select topic (individualized to student’s interest)

Course 3

NRS 704 – Cultural Competence in Health Care: Project Development (3 credits)
Brief Description: This course will assist learners to develop a “cultural competence” project. Project can be directed towards clients, communities, agencies, health care organizations, personnel, or professional education.
Pre-requisites: NRS 703

Course Begins

On-Campus Sessions

Weekly Asynchronous On-line Sessions

Course Ends

Major course requirements

Mon

Feb. 5, 2018

Wed. April 25 and Thurs. April. 26, 2018

8:50 AM -   5:00 PM

Feb. 5 - April. 26, 2018

April. 26 2018

Participate in both on-campus sessions

Participate in 6 weekly on-line sessions

Discuss assigned readings

*Complete paper on select topic (individualized to student’s interest)