Service reflects a holistic view that focuses on how individuals provide high quality, ethical and compassionate service in the field of health care and the community at large. Students will become familiar with service agencies, connect learning with practice and engage in civic service activities to live and demonstrate the Clarkson College Values of Learning, Caring, Commitment, Integrity and Excellence.
All students are required to complete designated service courses as a component of their program of study.
- Diploma programs: One core course and one program-designated service course
- Associate and Bachelor programs: Three core classes, one program-designated service course
- Graduate programs: Three program-designated service courses
- Certificate and Post-Master’s Certificates may include service requirements based on courses within the curriculum.
Successful completion of service experiences is required to pass the designated service courses.
Core & Designated Service Courses
|HC 104||Core I: Effective Interactions in the World of Health Care|
|HC 204||Core II: A Cultural History of the Healing Arts|
|HC 304||Core III: Ethical and Cultural Frontiers in U.S. Health Care|
|HM 367||Professional Practice Experience|
|NUR 160||Practical Nurse Caring with Adults IV|
|NS 450||Professional Nursing Care – Public Health|
|NS 476||Population Health IV|
|NS 478||Advanced Population Health|
|PTA 212||Professional Issues Seminar|
|RT 105||Patient Care|
|MI 411||Cross-Sectional Anatomy II|
|MB 801||Role Transition|
|MB 802||Health Care Delivery Systems/Managed Care|
|MB 808||Health Care Leadership|
|MB 810||Human Resources and Organizational Behavior|
|NS 802||Health Care Delivery Systems/Managed Care|
|NS 808||Nursing Law and Ethics|
|NS 822||Curriculum Development for the Nurse Educator|
|NS 834||Advanced Nutrition|
|AN 859||Professional Aspects of Nurse Anesthesia|
|AN 911||Clinical Correlation Conference Seminar I|
|AN 912||Clinical Correlation Conference Seminar II|