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MCS 597B-1:  FUNDAMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES IN CYBERSECURITY (BOOT CAMP)
Provides an overview of the technologies essential to understanding cybersecurity. In this course we provide operating system, network and software programming fundamentals, with an emphasis on operational and implementation methodologies. This course is intended for those who have completed their undergraduate degree in a technology field.
 
NURS 496-12: PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING FOR THE REGISTERED NURSE
Provides clinical experience for registered nurses (RNs) working with diverse populations targeting public health problems. Students work with community partners and health agencies to assess populations, develop programs, provide health education, and assist high-risk or vulnerable populations within the community attain and maintain their optimum level of health. Clinical practicum is community-based and population-focused public health nursing practice that meets the requirements for CA BRN PHN certificate and Quad Council competencies for public health nursing.

SLP 695-4:  SWALLOWING DISORDERS
Provides students with a general understanding of normal and disordered swallowing processes. Students will learn the phases and physiology of swallowing, examine assessment techniques and discuss treatment of dysphagia. Students will gain experience in assessing, interpreting findings and treatment plan design for patients with dysphagia, and as well in standards of ethical conduct in this domain of practice. Students must have a working knowledge of normal anatomy and physiology of the respiratory, laryngeal and articulatory subsystems, as well as an understanding of neuroanatomy and physiology for swallowing, particularly that of the cranial nerve system prior to enrolling in the course.
Prerequisites: SLP/BIOL 320 and SLP 691.

SLP 695-5:  VOICE DISORDERS

Provides students with a general understanding of normal and disordered voice. Students will learn about the symptoms, development, and etiology of voice disorders across the lifespan, examine assessment techniques and discuss treatment of voice disorders. Students will gain experience in assessing, interpreting findings and treatment plan design for patients with voice disorders, as well as in techniques for prevent of voice disorders, promotion of vocal wellness, and standards of ethical conduct in this domain of practice. Students must have a working knowledge of normal anatomy and physiology of the respiratory, laryngeal and articulatory subsystems, as well as an understanding of neuroanatomy and physiology for the modulation of voice, particularly that of the cranial nerve system prior to enrolling in the course.
Prerequisites: SLP/BIOL 320 and SLP 691.


 

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Post March 29, 2017