Nursing: Child Development (Option 1)

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David Dwyer and Theresa Dachel

for students advised by the School of Nursing

Includes 25 hours of service learning outside of the classroom.
Health Care Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Lecture 1, 4:00–4:50 M; Discussion 301, 5:00–5:50 M
Individuals with Disabilities
Lecture 2, 4:00–7:00 W, Field Study 302
Human Development in Infancy and Childhood
Lecture 2, 9:30–10:45 TR

This FIG will take an interdisciplinary approach to examining current issues in health care and the delivery of care in various settings to diverse populations. Nursing 105: “Health Care Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach” will focus on factors affecting health and the value placed on health, the delivery of health care in different settings, and the roles of various professionals in the healthcare system.

Rehabilitation Psychology & Special Education 300: “Individuals with Disabilities” — This course is designed to introduce you to the history, etiology, and characteristics of specific categories of disability. It incorporates hands-on learning as you develop your own service-learning projects directly related to working with persons with disabilities.

Educational Psychology 320: “Human Development in Infancy and Childhood” — Normative processes and individual differences in physical, mental, social, and emotional development and behavior from infancy through late childhood.

This FIG is designed for students considering an application to the Nursing Program in the School of Nursing; courses in this FIG have been carefully selected to fulfill requirements for the Nursing Program. Acceptance into the School of Nursing is dependent on a number of factors including completion of specific courses and meeting minimum grade-point average requirements. If you are interested in this academic path, please meet with an advisor from the School of Nursing to get full information.