International Health Nursing Minor for the Traditional BSN Program
Students interested in expanding their global perspective on health and nursing care may apply to participate in a short-term transcultural health nursing experience, an international health nursing semester, or the international health nursing minor. Accepted students complete additional coursework, and a study plan is developed by the student and advisor. Contact the School of Nursing for the proposed study plan.
|UNRS 220||Health Assessment||3|
|UNRS 281||Introduction to Global Healthcare||1|
|UNRS 282||Transcultural Health Care: Country Specific 1||3|
|UNRS 383||International Health Nursing (Country Specific) 2,3||5|
|UNRS 383P||International Health Nursing Practicum||0|
|HIST 235||Cultural History/Travel Study||3|
|or HIST 335||Cultural History/Travel Study|
|GLBL 425||Integration and Formation Seminar||1|
|Choose one of the following:|
|Anthropology for Everyday Life (or GLBL 301 if previously taken) 3|
|Intercultural Communication (or GLBL 310 if previously taken) 3|
|Human Diversity 3|
|Complementary and Alternative Therapies: Herbs, Supplements, and Nutrition|
|Cultural Aspects of Food and Nutrition|
|Choose one of the following if one is not selected from elective list above:|
|Classical Chinese Ethics 3|
or PHIL 252
|Classical Chinese Ethics|
|World Religions 3|
|Introduction to Islam 3|
|Introduction to Hinduism and South Asian Traditions 3|
|Introduction to Buddhism and East Asian Traditions 3|
This is a short-term study-away experience with the School of Nursing.
This is a semester-long study-away experience with the School of Nursing.
Meets the General Education Intercultural Competence requirement.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Utilize a Christian worldview to integrate beliefs, values, ethics, and service in personal and professional life.
- Provide nursing care utilizing professional knowledge and core competencies (critical\ thinking, communication, and technical skills) derived from a foundation of nursing science, general education, and religious studies.
- Demonstrate initiative for continual personal and professional growth and development.
- Act as a patient educator and advocate to promote optimal health and well-being.
- Function independently and collaboratively, both as a leader and/or a member of the health care team, to manage and coordinate care.