Courses

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Course Title:

AAC and Severe Disabilities

Number: CSD-518
Description:

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). The course will illustrate the role that AAC systems have to play in overcoming barriers to successful communication, education, and participation across the lifespan. Key components of the course will include instruction in selecting, representing, and organizing vocabulary and strategies to encourage the development of communicative competence in individuals who use AAC. Additionally, several significant acquired and developmental disabilities often resulting in severe complex communication needs will be reviewed. 3 credits.

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APPE Preparation

Number: PHRM-699
Description:

Clinical application of skills and knowledge developed in the classroom to an assigned pharmacy setting within the classroom. Emphasis is placed on developing the skills necessary to prepare students for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs). These include professionalism, communication, patient consultation, patient information gathering, self-care, drug information, and disease state management. 2 credits.

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APPE: Advanced Community Pharmacy

Number: PHRM-701
Description:

The advanced community rotation affords students the opportunity to effectively participate in the patient care decision-making process. Emphasis will be placed on the student's ability to demonstrate their understanding of common disease states and treatment modalities as well as their ability to provide pharmaceutical care. Emphasis will be placed on disease state management initiatives. 6 credits.

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APPE: Ambulatory Care

Number: PHRM-703
Description:

The purpose of this rotation is for students to gain professional skills in an ambulatory care practice environment. The Ambulatory Care rotation affords students the opportunity to effectively participate in the patient care decision-making process. Students will participate in a variety of clinical activities, functioning as an integral member of the healthcare team. Emphasis will be placed on the student's ability to demonstrate their understanding of common disease states and treatment modalities as well as their ability to provide pharmaceutical care. 6 credits.

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APPE: Health System Pharmacy

Number: PHRM-702
Description:

The purpose of this rotation is for students to gain professional skills in a health system pharmacy setting. The health system pharmacy rotation affords students the opportunity to effectively participate in the patient care decision-making process. Students will participate in a variety of clinical activities, functioning as an integral member of the healthcare team. Emphasis will be placed on the student's ability to demonstrate their understanding of functional roles of health system pharmacy in providing consistent quality patient care. 6 credits.

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APPE: Internal General Medicine

Number: PHRM-704
Description:

The purpose of this rotation is for students to gain professional skills in an Internal General Medicine setting. The Internal General Medicine rotation affords students the opportunity to effectively participate in the patient care decision-making process. Students will participate in a variety of clinical activities, functioning as an integral member of the healthcare team. Emphasis will be placed on the student's ability to demonstrate their understanding of internal general medicine and their ability to provide pharmaceutical care. 6 credits.

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APPE: Patient Care Elective

Number: PHRM-705
Description:

The experience may occur in any setting where the student would be providing pharmaceutical care to patients. Examples of Patient Care electives include: Advanced Community, Cardiology, Critical Care, Hematology/Oncology, Home Infusion, HIV/AIDS, Infectious Disease, Long Term Care, Nutrition, Pediatrics, Solid Organ Transplant, and Trauma Surgery. 6 credits.

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APPE: Patient/Non-Patient Care Elect A

Number: PHRM-706
Description:

Elective clerkships can be performed in non patient-care environments. Examples of Elective clerkships include: Compounding, Drug Information, Drug Use Policy, Managed Care, Pharmacy Education, Pharmaceutical Industry, Pharmacy Management, Professional Organizations and Pharmacy Leadership, or Research. Elective clerkships could also encompass any Advanced Community, Ambulatory, Internal Medicine or other patient care elective. 6 credits.

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APPE: Patient/Non-Patient Care Elect B

Number: PHRM-707
Description:

Elective clerkships can be performed in non patient-care environments. Examples of Elective clerkships include: Compounding, Drug Information, Drug Use Policy, Managed Care, Pharmacy Education, Pharmaceutical Industry, Pharmacy Management, Professional Organizations and Pharmacy Leadership, or Research. Elective clerkships could also encompass any Advanced Community, Ambulatory, Internal Medicine or other patient care elective. 6 credits.

Course Title:

Accelerated General Psychology

Number: CPSY-500
Description:

Serves as an accelerated introduction to the field of psychology. The content includes those areas most needed by a prospective graduate student in counseling psychology, including: scientific methods in psychology, learning theories, memory and cognition, neuroanatomy and psychophysiology, motivation and emotion, personality and psychopathology. Other topics may be covered at the discretion of the instructor. The course also includes an introduction to reading and writing psychological literature and the analysis of psychological phenomena. Credit may not be used to fulfill degree requirements. 4 credits.

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Acoustics

Number: AUD-500
Description:

Study of basic acoustics, including basic waves, impedance, complex sounds, speech acoustics, and decibels. 1.5 credits.

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Acquired Brain Injury

Number: CSD-510
Description:

Advanced study of acquired brain injury across the lifespan, focused on non-progressive cognitive-communication disorders. Includes knowledge of the neurological bases and principles and skills for assessment and management across levels of impairments, activity/participation, and personal or environmental factors. 3 credits.

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Admin in Athletic Training Settings

Number: AT-620
Description:

This course will present business and administrative facets to the delivery of healthcare in traditional athletic training settings and other healthcare settings that serve athletes and/or physically active individuals. 2 credits.

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Adult Forensic Psychology

Number: GPSY-836
Description:

Major areas in criminal and civil law are reviewed. Special topics within each domain that involve psychological decision making explored (e.g., insanity, dangerousness, psychological injury). Professional practice issues addressed. 3 credits.

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Adult Roles & Contexts

Number: CPSY-565
Description:

Covers the impact of adult interpersonal and societal roles and environmental contexts on psychological functioning. Emphasis is on family, couples, caregiving. Positive approaches to behavioral counseling for adults, families, and couples are emphasized. 3 credits.

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Adv Educ Psych, Development, & Learning

Number: EDUC-604
Description:

Students will explore more deeply the foundational concepts from the Sociological Core I. Students examine power, privilege, and oppression and understand how dominant cultural patterns shape and impact schools and other institutions. Students explore racism, classism, sexism, heteronormativity, ableism, ageism, and issues of religion, ethnicity, xenophobia. Students explore current educational trends and their responsibilities as teachers of general education students, special education students, and English Language Learners within learning communities. Prerequisite: Admission to the College of Education. 4 credits.

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Adv Hum Devel&Psych ECE/Elem

Number: EDUC-605
Description:

Examines developmental issues of students in early childhood and elementary classrooms. Includes behavioral, physical, personal, social, and cognitive issues. Relates psychology to teaching and learning including the role of teacher, learning theory, motivation and reinforcement, individual differences, classroom management, teaching goals and objectives, and evaluation. 2 credits.

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Adv Hum Devel&Psych MS/HS

Number: EDUC-608
Description:

Examines developmental issues of students in middle school and high school classrooms. Includes behavioral, physical, personal, social, and cognitive issues. Relates psychology to teaching and learning including the role of teacher, learning theory, motivation and reinforcement, individual differences, classroom management, teaching goals and objectives, and evaluation. 2 credits.

Course Title:

Adv Human Dev&Psych MS/HS

Number: EDUC-516
Description:

Immerses students in the terminology, concepts, theories, and issues central to child development and educational psychology, and explores the relationship between these fields as they are applied in secondary school classrooms. 4 credits.

Course Title:

Adv Human Development & Psych ECE/Elem

Number: EDUC-515
Description:

Immerses students in the terminology, concepts, theories, and issues central to child development and educational psychology, and explores the relationship between these fields as they are applied in elementary school classrooms. 4 credits.

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