Minor in International Health Nursing for the Traditional BSN Program
Students interested in expanding their global perspective on health and nursing care may apply to participate in either a short-term transcultural health nursing experience, an international health nursing semester, or the international health nursing minor. Accepted students will complete additional coursework, and a study plan will be developed by the student and advisor. This minor is under revision to meet the 18-unit university requirement. Contact the School of Nursing for the proposed study plan. International health nursing courses include:
|UNRS 282-XX||Transcultural Health Nursing – Country Specific||3|
|UNRS 383-XX||International Health Nursing – Country Specific||3-5|
|HIST 235-XX||Cultural History – Country Specific||3|
|GLBL 355-XX||Principles of Community Engagement – Country Specific||3|
|MODL 101||Modern Language I (For example: Intro to Zulu or Mandarin) 1||TBD|
A country-specific language course is recommended prior to the study abroad experience. This course is taken in addition to the GRE foreign language requirement.