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St. Joseph's College New York    
 
    
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbers

Courses numbered 100 are open to all students without prerequisites. Ordinarily, courses numbered 200, 300, and 400 have prerequisites and may not be taken by freshmen. Consult the individual department course listing for exceptions to this general policy.

Students are advised to check the final schedule of courses published before each advisement period.

The following courses may be offered during the 2017-2018 academic year—including Summer, Fall, Intersession, and/or Spring semesters/sessions/trimesters at both SJC Brooklyn and SJC Long Island, unless otherwise noted. Not all of these courses will be available at night or on weekends at SJC Brooklyn and SJC Long Island. Consult the semestral schedule of courses for more specific information, including the SJC Long Island Weekend College Trimester Program.

Online Courses: Academic departments sometimes offer courses in an online format. Check the semester course schedule for details.

 

 

Nursing

Students under the direction and guidance of faculty develop a learning contract for each clinical nursing course. The learning contracts are designed in accord with the student’s academic and professional background and the objectives of the course. The use of the learning contract provides for student self-direction and participation in the selection of their learning experiences. Clinical hours are planned on a to-be-arranged basis.

The Department of Nursing reserves the prerogative to adjust admission and program requirements in response to changes in accreditation or credentialing/registration criteria.

   •  NU 206 - Nursing Care of the Adult and Older Adult in Health and Illness I
   •  NU 207 - Nursing Care of the Adult and Older Adult in Health and Illness II
   •  NU 208 - Nursing Care of Children, Adolescents and their Families
   •  NU 209 - Nursing Care of Patients with Psychiatric Mental Health Needs
   •  NU 211 - Transition to Professional Nursing Practice
   •  NU 215 - Nursing Informatics
   •  NU 221 - Evidence-based Practice and Nursing Research
   •  NU 231 - Nursing Leadership and Management
   •  NU 301 - Way of Being
   •  NU 302 - Nursing Informatics
   •  NU 311 - Transition to Professional Nursing Practice
   •  NU 351 - Health Assessment
   •  NU 370 - Population-focused Care in Professional Nursing
   •  NU 395 - NCLEX Review
   •  NU 399 - Senior Clinical Practicum
   •  NU 401 - Relationship-Centered Care in Professional Nursing
   •  NU 410 - Professional Nursing with Communities - Current Students Only
   •  NU 411 - Population- Focused Care in Professional Nursing
   •  NU 421 - Nursing Research
   •  NU 431 - Nursing Leadership
   •  NU 450 - Professional Nursing Practicum - Current Students Only
   •  NU 451 - Contemporary Issues in Health
   •  NU 455 - Capstone Course

Philosophy

   •  PHI 123 - The Art of Thinking
   •  PHI 124 - Invitation to Philosophy
   •  PHI 154 - Sources Of Great Western Ideas
   •  PHI 157 - Origins of Self and Society in Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  PHI 160 - Introduction to Ethics
   •  PHI 196 - Honors: The Ancient World
   •  PHI 231 - The Philosophy of Childhood
   •  PHI 235 - Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art
   •  PHI 237 - Philosophy and God
   •  PHI 240 - American Philosophy
   •  PHI 245 - Philosophy and Women
   •  PHI 253 - Ancient Philosophy
   •  PHI 254 - Medieval Philosophy
   •  PHI 255 - Modern Philosophy
   •  PHI 260 - An Inquiry into Cross Cultural Guides for Living
   •  PHI 268 - Ethics and Business
   •  PHI 270 - Philosophy and Film
   •  PHI 280 - Topics: Oxford as Text
   •  PHI 335 - The Aesthetics and Ethics of Myth
   •  PHI 345 - Social and Political Philosophy
   •  PHI 356 - Contemporary Philosophy
   •  PHI 360 - Philosophy and Moral Education
   •  PHI 361 - Economics, Ethics/Community
   •  PHI 362 - Environmental Ethics
   •  PHI 364 - Biomedical Ethics
   •  PHI 365 - Philosophy in the Pre-College Curriculum
   •  PHI 366 - Journalism Ethics
   •  PHI 370 - Philosophical Topics
   •  PHI 410 - Senior Thesis

Physical Education

Members of the Women’s or Men’s designated Varsity sports may earn 1/2 credit for one season, in accordance with the policy that students may earn 1/2 academic credit per season for a total of two credits toward the degree for participation in co-curricular activities approved for credit by the faculty. Consult Moderator and Director of Athletics.

   •  PE 101 - Self-Defense and Physical Fitness
   •  PE 103 - Tai Chi
   •  PE 104 - Introduction to Hip Hop Dance
   •  PE 107 - Introduction to Latin Dance
   •  PE 111 - Body Toning
   •  PE 113 - Aerobics and Fitness
   •  PE 114 - Weight Training
   •  PE 116 - Yoga and Stress Reduction I
   •  PE 118 - Introduction to Afro-Caribbean Dance
   •  PE 119 - Horseback Riding
   •  PE 120 - Self-Defense
   •  PE 121 - Strength & Fitness Training
   •  PE 122 - Dance Movement I
   •  PE 123 - Fundamentals of Golf
   •  PE 124 - Swimming Instruction
   •  PE 125 - Lifeguard Training
   •  PE 126 - Advanced Swimming
   •  PE 128 - Cardio Kick-Boxing for Fitness
   •  PE 129 - Introduction to Tap Dance
   •  PE 130 - Introduction to Theater Dance
   •  PE 131 - Fitness Walking/Jogging
   •  PE 133 - Yoga and Stress Reduction II
   •  PE 141 - Wellness: A Lifestyle Approach
   •  PE 142 - Fundamentals of Basketball
   •  PE 143 - Fundamentals of Soccer
   •  PE 145 - Fundamentals of Tennis
   •  PE 148 - Fundamentals of Football
   •  PE 149 - Fundamentals of Baseball and Softball

Physical Sciences

   •  SCI 125 - Topics in Forensic Science
   •  SCI 135 - Nutrition and Personal Health
   •  SCI 150 - Introduction to Physical Science
   •  SCI 165 - Energy and The Environment

Physics

   •  PHY 150 - General Physics I-Mechanics, Molecular Physics, Heat, Sound
   •  PHY 151 - General Physics II-Magnetism, Electricity, Optics, Atomic Physics

Political Science

   •  POL 102 - Introduction to Political Science
   •  POL 103 - American Government and Politics
   •  POL 104 - State and Local Government
   •  POL 203 - Political and Civil Rights
   •  POL 205 - Comparative Governments
   •  POL 212 - Elements of Social Science Research
   •  POL 215 - International Relations, Law and Organization
   •  POL 220 - War, Revolution, and Resistance
   •  POL 225 - American Presidency
   •  POL 245 - Activism and Political Organizing
   •  POL 250 - Change in Developing Countries
   •  POL 255 - The U.S. Congress
   •  POL 265 - Public Ethics
   •  POL 270 - Politics and Film
 

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