|Graduate Course Details|
|Title||Complex Health Care for the Adult and Aging Population|
|Prerequisites||NUR702, NUR703, NUR704, NUR710|
This course provides content related to the knowledge and skills essential for providing care to adults throughout the life process with a variety of acute and long term disruptions in pattern manifestations. The focus will be on the assessment and management of client care in a variety of settings. Open only to and required of students enrolled in the Direct Entry MSN Program.
The non-credit travel institute History of the Holocaust Auschwitz and Poland allows the student to attend the 3 institute classes as an observer, and attend
travel portion of the institute. (there is a separate cost associated with the travel portion of the institute). Please contact Dr. Christopher Mauriello, 978-542-7129, firstname.lastname@example.org for information about the travel portion of the program, costs, etc. 45 PDPs or C.E.Us will be awarded on completion of the 3 institute classes and the travel portion of the institute.