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Auburn University Montgomery (School of Nursing)




The Nursing Program at Auburn University Montgomery is a four-year course of study that leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.). Within the Nursing courses, there are classroom, laboratory, and clinical learning experiences. The clinical experiences are provided in a variety of health care agencies in and around Montgomery. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate may apply to the Alabama Board of Nursing to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. The graduate is also prepared to pursue graduate study in nursing.

The mission of the School of Nursing is to foster and exemplify excellence in teaching, service, and research. The program is designed to prepare a professional nurse who provides holistic care using interactive and nursing processes with individuals, families, and communities in diverse environments.



School name:Auburn University MontgomerySchool of Nursing
Address:Moore Hall Room 101
Zip & city:AL 36124-4023 Alabama
Phone:(334) 244-3658
Web:http://www.aum.edu/Academics/Schools/Nursing/
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ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
The essentials of college composition and rhetoric.

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II
Writing about Literature focuses on effective essay writing (argumentative and expository) about literary texts. Students will examine different techniques and approaches used in literature, using their findings as evidence to build well-structured written arguments.

APPLIED ETHICS
To acquaint students with some of the main theories of ethics and their application to specific moral problems.

FINITE MATHEMATICS
Topics include sets, counting, permutations, combinations, basic probability (including Bayes’ Theorem), an introduction to statistics (including work with the binomial distributions and normal distributions), matrices and their applications to Markov chains, and decision theory.

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I AND LAB
An introductory to acquaint both majors and non majors with biological processes and principles encountered in our world.

INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY AND LAB
An introductory descriptive course in chemistry that examines the scientific method, the nature of atoms and compounds, solutions, and chemical reactions. Discussion of acids, bases and oxidation are included.

WORLD HISTORY I
To familiarize you with basic facts of geography, history, and culture that every educated person should know as an informed citizen of the world; second, to improve critical thinking and writing skills; third, to provide you with a foundation for later courses in various fields which presume such general knowledge and skills; fourth, to stimulate your natural intellectual curiosity to learn more.

AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
An examination of various aspects of American national government, including the Constitution, federalism, civil rights and civil liberties, political culture, linkages, and decision-making institutions and processes.

GENERAL INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
The scientific study of individual behavior emphasizing principles of learning, perception, and motivation.

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
An introduction to sociological concepts, research techniques, and theories. The course also focuses on some of the substantive areas of sociology, encompassing collective behavior, sex roles, deviance, social class, and population. American institutions, such as the family and religion are also studied.

HOLISTIC PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
Holistic approach to human pathophysiology and psychoneuroimmunology.

NURSING SKILLS
Clinical skills for the practice of professional nursing.

NURSING SKILLS LAB
Clinical application of skills used in the practice of professional nursing.

HOLISTIC ASSESSMENT
Concepts and theories of nursing and interactive processes with an emphasis on holistic physical assessment.

HOLISTIC ASSESSMENT LAB
Clinical application of concepts of nursing processes, with an emphasis on holistic physical assessmenet and intervention.

PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS I
Principles basic to professional nursing practice in diverse environments with an emphasis on foundations, roles, and holistic concepts of nursing.

PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS I LAB
Clinical application of professional nursing practice in diverse environments.

PHARMACOLOGY
Concepts of pharmacology in professional nursing practice.

NURSING RESEARCH
The research process as a systematic means for contributing to evidence based nursing practice.

PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS II
Concepts and theories inherent in the delivery of holistic nursing care to infant, children, adult, and geriatric populations.

PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS II LAB
Clinical application of concepts and theories related to the delivery of holistic nursing care to infant, children, adult, and geriatric populations.

HOLISTIC NURSING: MATERNAL/NEWBORN AND WOMEN’S HEALTH
Concepts and theories inherent in the delivery of holistic nursing care to the maternal and newborn populations.

HOLISTIC NURSING: MATERNAL/NEWBORN LAB AND WOMEN’S HEALTH LAB
Clinical application of concepts and theories related to the delivery of holistic nursing care to the maternal and newborn populations.

HOLISTIC NURSING: COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
Concepts and theories inherent in the delivery of holistic nursing for community mental health care.

HOLISTIC NURSING: COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH LAB
Clinical application of concepts and theories related to the delivery of holistic nursing for community mental health care.

LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT IN NURSING
Concepts and theories related to nursing management.

PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS III
Concepts and theories inherent in the delivery of holistic nursing care to the acute care patient population and to the community.

PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS III LAB
Clinical application of concepts and theories related to the delivery of holistic nursing care to the acute care patient population and to the community.

PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS IV
Concepts and theories related to entry into professional nursing practice.

PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS IV LAB
Clinical application of concepts and theories related to entry into professional nursing practice.

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