Introduction My name is …. I was born on January 8, 1995 in . I was raise in a single mother household. While my mother worked her butt of to make sure I was well taken care of. My father was absent thru out my life. But I have many father figures in my life. Who gives me the best guidance and always told me to provide for myself don’t depend anyone else. To carry on my own weight as a child to instill it into me. As a child I was always asked what would I like to be when I grow up & I would always say a doctor. Over the years I’ve came to the conclusion that I would be a better Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists than doctor.
The thing that made me choosing nursing was my mom. About three years ago she was hospitalized and the nurse was the one that took care of my mother when family was there. They made her stay much better and did everything to make her feel comfortable. But with this degree from Southern I plan attending LSU for my masters. After receiving my master’s degree I plan moving to Texas. I plan to work in a children hospital because they are our future. After about two years of being a CRNA I plan on going back to college to get another degree.
I want to be a strong well educated woman that takes care of her self and doesn’t depend on anyone other than God. Area of interest 1. Name of major – Nursing 2. College /School of Major – Southern University And A&M / school of nursing 3. Dean of School/major- Marcus A. Coleman/Janet S. Rami, RN,PhD 4. Chairperson of Department- Edna Hull, PhD,RN,CNE 5. Academic Advisor- Daisy Latimator Academic Plan of Study *courses with a clinical practicum First Semester First Year English Composition – 110 Pre-Calculus I- 135 History- 114 General chemistry-128 Chemistry lab- 108 Second Semester First Year English-111.
Intro to logic-210 History-115 Anatomy &Physiology I -238 Intro to Sociology-210 First Semester Second Year Anatomy & Physiology II-239 Principles of Microbiology -230/231 Human Nutrition-332 General Psychology-210 Nursing Process I-200 Second Semester Second Year Elementary Statistics-274 *Nursing Process II -201 Nursing Pharmacology -220 Fine Arts 200; Music 200; Humanities 241/242 First Semester Junior Year *Health Deviations I-304 Developmental Psych-445 English Literature- Free Elective Second Semester Junior Year Fund. Of Nursing Research-305 *Family Development I-310 *Family Development II-315.
First Semester Senior Year Issues in Nursing -404 *Health Deviations II-410 *Health Deviations III-415 Second Semester Senior Year * Community as Client-417 * Nursing Leadership-418 Senior Seminar -420 ANALYSIS OF COURSES 1. Freshman Seminar 110/111 –freshman seminar is replacing orientation to health. These seminars provide first year students with an opportunity to meet with faculty in a small class environment. Freshman Seminars carry one unit credit. 2. Pre-Calculus 135- is to help with those chemistry and you need it for your prerequisites. This also the school of nursing choice of what math we take.
3. History 114- it is a prerequisites for the nursing students to take. It helps understand history a little better 4. General chemistry128- It’s a prerequisites for nursing students and it gets you prepared for the other chemistry’s afterwards. 5. Chemistry lab108 -Lab is where you apply what you’ve learned in chemistry lecture. It also helps you write procedures and write up lab reports 6. English Composition110/111 –It’s a prerequisites for nursing students. You only need two semesters of English com and it only for your freshman year. 7. Intro to Logic 210-This course is a basic introduction to Logic.
It shows how to formalize information in form of logical sentences. It shows how to reason systematically with this information to produce all logical conclusions and only logical conclusions. And it examines logic technology and its applications – in mathematics, science, engineering, business, law, and so forth. an introduction to the human body 7 how it works. 8. Anatomy &Physiology I -238- an introduction class on the human body and how it works.
9. Intro to Sociology 210- Introduction to Sociology will give you a broad overview of sociology and how it applies to everyday life.learn how a social scientist applies the scientific method to culture and then use it yourself to judge the influence of social class and social institutions 10. Anatomy & physiology II-239- focus on the major parts of the body and how they work independently as well as together.
11. Human nutrition’s 332- The course provides an introduction to the principles and concepts of nutritional science. The course will emphasize human nutritional needs and encompass the fields of medicine, biochemistry, physiology, dietetics, food science, and social science as they apply to the role of nutrition on human growth, cell function and health.
It is expected that you will gain knowledge of the mechanisms of nutrient functions in the body 12. General Psychology 210- A broad introduction to psychology: the science of human behavior and mental processes, focusing on its questions, methods, research findings, theories and applications. 13. Nursing process I& II-200/201- Nursing Process is a systematic, rational method of planning and providing care which requires critical thinking skills to identify and treat actual or potential health problems and to promote wellness. 14. Elementary Statistics.
274-Simple math class. 15. Nursing Pharmacology 220- It focuses on principles of pharmacology and will provide current and clinically relevant information organized by body systems. 16. Developmental psych Developmental principles; physical growth; linguistic, intellectual, emotional 17. Fund. Of Nursing research- Focuses on the use of research in Nursing practice 18. Family Development I & II – the study of life-span human development and family relations, and the impact of biological, environmental and socio-cultural factors on both. (clinical practicum ) 19.
Issue in Nursing- course explores and analyze socio-economic and political variables that affect professional nursing and healthcare. 20. Health Deviation II & III- Focuses on clinical decision making, helping methods and interventions for clients with moderate to severe self-care agency limitations. (clinical practicum ) 21. Community as client –undergrad nursing students’ should be prepared for the service of the community and their families 22. Nursing leadership-you basically get Leadership from senior leaders smoother transition from clinical roles to formal leadership roles.
23. Senior seminars- prepares students for future careers 24. Free electives – I only can get one free elective it is only worth 3 credits. I guess what ever I want I want to take 25. Fine Art 200- I only need to take my art class the second semester of my sophomore year its worth 3 credit hours. 26. University Requirements Freshman Composition (ENGL 110 and 111) 6 Hours Mathematics (MATH 130 and above) 6 Hours Science (To include a one semester hour laboratory experience) 7 Hours You need to complete all of this to graduate on time for Southern University.