Online [email protected] The innovative [email protected] gives working professionals the opportunity to advance careers from anywhere in the world. The same world-class faculty, rigorous curriculum and top-caliber student community of our on-campus programs, offered in a way that fits your life. Admission to the UNC Kenan-Flagler full-time MBA program requires the completion of our online application. The application consists of the following components; additional details are available within the application itself and in our FAQs.
Analysis of current pharmacological based research will provide the foundation for evidence based nursing practice. Physiological, pathophysiological, and pharmacological concepts that explain the rationale behind treatment decisions are examined.
This is a capstone course for registered nurses. Students will synthesize knowledge derived from nursing theory and practice experiences to provide a record of their professional development and transition to the role of the baccalaureate-prepared registered nurse. Students will examine the evolution of professional nursing in America through the study of select critical historical analyses of a significant influential event, time, concept, or person.
Exposure to critical historical works will provide students a contextual perspective and enlightenment to evaluate the contemporary professional identity and practice role of the nurse. This course focuses on building a career path in professional nursing that includes continuous engagement and lifelong learning. Engagement in professional nursing organizations; sharing best practices through presentations and use of the principals of scholarly writing; and planning for lifelong learning are presented as strategies to advance professionalism in nursing.
This course introduces the student to the field of palliative and end-of-life care. It will focus on a holistic approach to nursing care for the physical, psychological and spiritual needs of patients across the lifespan experiencing a wide range of illnesses. Illnesses will include progressive, chronic or debilitating disorders. An emphasis will be placed on maintaining quality of life through palliative and end-of-life care with an understanding that patients and families have diverse values, beliefs, needs, and expectations.
This course provides a description and analysis of the growing use of complementary and alternative therapies CATs by consumers in contemporary society. Emphasis will be placed on ways to promote healing and optimum health in the individual, families, and communities. The student will increase their knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to communicate effectively with patients and health care providers about these therapies to enhance patient health and safety.
Satisfies University Studies II: Explores values and belief systems influencing health behaviors of culturally diverse groups. Emphasizes cultural, social, political, and economic forces that influence access to and use of health care resources. Identifies a conceptual basis for assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of health care for culturally diverse clients. Fosters cultural sensitivity to life styles, values, and concepts concerning health and health care.
The goal of this course is to broaden the student's perception and understanding of health and illness and the variety of meanings these terms carry for members of differing sociocultural populations. This course will focus on an introduction to emerging knowledge in human molecular genetics and the related implications for health care across the lifespan through multidisciplinary perspectives. Content focuses on the application of genetics to clinical practice, including screening for genetic predisposition, the impact of genetics on health promotion and disease prevention, and the uses of genetically engineered technology and therapies.
Students will be encouraged to critically examine the social, legal, cultural, political, and professional implications of the integration of genetics into health care practices. Apply Now Request Information. Overview Tuition Calendar Admissions Courses. Overview The UNCW School of Nursing has been educating exceptional nurses for over four decades, as demonstrated by its accomplished alumni.
Never Too Late To Learn. Ready to Get Started? Begin your application today, or call with questions. Calendar The RN to BSN online program is delivered in an online format ideal for working professionals, conveniently featuring several start dates each year. Each student's cumulative GPA is calculated on all transferable college courses attempted at all accredited institutions of higher education according to the guidelines in use by the UNCW Admissions Office At least 24 credits of transferable college coursework, including: Transcripts can be requested as follows: For Air University Transcripts, please review this pdf for instructions pdf.
Call us at You must take the following courses. Nursing Electives minimum of 3 hrs. Submit the form below, and a representative will contact you to answer any questions! How did you hear about us? Or call I understand this consent is not a condition to attend UNCW or to purchase any other goods or services. Ready to get started? If a certified copy of the original transcript is submitted, it must be certified by the institution from which the degree was received.
Our school code for these tests is Applicants should self-report test scores on their application. Official scores are not required until after admission to the full-time MBA program. Our application processing team will attach your official scores during processing. Please disregard any " awaiting score report " warnings on your Application Checklist. If your official test scores are missing after you are admitted to the program, we will contact you via email. We have two required essays and one optional essay.
Required words Please respond to the questions below that will assist us in learning more about you:. Optional words Is there any additional information not presented elsewhere in your application that you would like the admissions committee to consider?
Optional areas to address include:. The Admissions Committee requires two professional recommendations, preferably from supervisors. Applicants designate their recommenders within the application which triggers an e-mail directly to the recommender with specific instructions and a link to the recommendation form. Recommendations are due on the same date as your application. It is your responsibility to notify your chosen recommenders of this deadline.
We offer a 10 business day grace period past the deadline to receive recommendations, but this will delay the processing of your application. All candidates who are offered admission to the MBA program will have a completed admissions interview on file. During the Campus Open Interview Season, candidates are able to self-register for an interview to occur between September 10, and October 31, Candidates who do not interview during this time will be considered for an interview after their application has been submitted, during our Invitation-Only Interview Season starting November 1,
Along with specializations, candidates select two focus areas that cover advanced topics, including innovation, digital marketing, and global challenges in business. Executives in this industry collaborate with other professionals across a wide breadth of specialties, including architecture, building, contracting, real estate, engineering, and project management.
Graduates can take on management roles and specialize in diverse fields, such as finance, marketing, and consulting.