Minor in International Health Nursing (Traditional BSN)
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 Health Care||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 4||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|
|Islam: The Way of Submission 3|
|Hinduism: Karma, Dharma, and Yoga 3|
|East Asian Religions and Mindfulness 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.
HIST 235 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.