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NURS 2090 Sophomore Formation Seminar (Spring: 1 )


Course Description

This course is required for sophomore undergraduate nursing students and will involve guided review and reflection to reinforce the inherent professional values of altruism, human dignity, integrity and social justice fundamental to the discipline of nursing. Activities in the weekend long retreat will be guided by the Ignatian formation principles and student’s values and beliefs as they relate to professional practice, development as individuals and as members of caregiving teams. The goal is to build a foundation for professional leadership as nursing students become aspiring members of the nursing profession and productive and committed citizens of society at large.


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Prerequisites: None

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Comments: The SCRUBS weekend retreat fulfills the NURS2090 requirement. Attendance at the full retreat is mandatory and an expectation of all sophomore students. Any absences should be discussed as soon as possible with the Teacher of Record (the Associate Dean), who will make decisions regarding activities that will be required to earn credit.


Last Updated: 21-Sep-16