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  1. one time prior to midterm
  2. 60% paper
  3. attendance
  4. miss exam
  5. Philosophy of Nursing Paper
  1. a 1.The student must communicate with the course faculty prior to missing the assignment or examination.
    2. Unexcused, late work will not be accepted and make-up will not be allowed. Work (i.e., assignments and/or final exam) missed due to a documented extenuating circumstance (e.g., student is hospitalized, death in the immediate family) may be allowed to be made up at the discretion of the course faculty.
    3. Make-up examinations for Exams 1 & 2 will not be given in this course. If a student must miss Exam 1 or 2, due to a documented extenuating circumstance, the student may be allowed to have their final exam score count for both the missed exam score and the final exam score (i.e., have the final exam score count for 55%, if exam 1 was missed, or 60%, if exam 2 was missed, of the student's final course grade); however, this will be at the discretion of the course faculty and if allowed would be for a maximum of one examination. Missing the final exam, at the scheduled time, may result in failure of the course or, in a documented extenuating circumstance and at the discretion of the course faculty, may result in an incomplete for the course and the examination being taken at a later date and time scheduled by the course faculty.
  2. b The course faculty will provide students with written information on his/her progress in this course by posting a grade(s) in the BlackBoard Grade Center for this course at least
  3. c If a student has more than 20% absences from the course, the student shall be assigned a final course grade of "F". If a student comes to class late, leaves before the end of class, takes an extended break, and/or comes to class unprepared, the student may be marked as absent for that week's class. The course faculty will keep an attendance sheet.
  4. d 15%
  5. e Discussion of Student's Philosophy of Nursing (including
    the student's explicitly stated definition of nursing)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The body of the paper should have a two to three sentence introduction section, followed by a one (1) to one and a half (1-1½) page discussion section, and then a two to three sentence summary section. The paper must include at least two (2), current (i.e., published within the last five years), professional nursing journal article references* (with content from the article incorporated and referenced within the body of the paper and referenced in the reference list).
  2. Exam 2
  3. PERMISSION TO TAKE AND/OR REPEAT COURSE is given from
  4. these are not considered professional nursing journals and cannot be used as such
  5. Philosophy of Nursing Paper Due

5 True/False questions

  1. discussion of the student's philosophy of nursing is to include the student's definition of nursing (an existing definition can be used as long as it represents the student's own beliefs about nursing and as long as the student references the definition). The student's definition of nursing must be explicitly stated, in one to two sentences (e.g., My definition of nursing is...),Philosophy of Nursing Paper is over

          

  2. the BlackBoard site for this course, within Discussion Board: Philosophy of Nursing Paper (the paper must be posted as an attachment within a thread that the student must create), by at least 8:00 a.m. on the date that the paper is due (see the Course Schedule). Additionally, a hard (printed) copy of the paper must be turned in to the course faculty prior to 9:10 a.m. on the date that the paper is due. It is requested that each student bring an additional hard copy of the paper to class on the date that the paper is due for the student's use during class discussion.10/28/11

          

  3. grading scale90-100 A
    80-89 B
    75-79 C
    63-74 D
    less than 63 F

          

  4. Final Exam (Comprehensive1.The student must communicate with the course faculty prior to missing the assignment or examination.
    2. Unexcused, late work will not be accepted and make-up will not be allowed. Work (i.e., assignments and/or final exam) missed due to a documented extenuating circumstance (e.g., student is hospitalized, death in the immediate family) may be allowed to be made up at the discretion of the course faculty.
    3. Make-up examinations for Exams 1 & 2 will not be given in this course. If a student must miss Exam 1 or 2, due to a documented extenuating circumstance, the student may be allowed to have their final exam score count for both the missed exam score and the final exam score (i.e., have the final exam score count for 55%, if exam 1 was missed, or 60%, if exam 2 was missed, of the student's final course grade); however, this will be at the discretion of the course faculty and if allowed would be for a maximum of one examination. Missing the final exam, at the scheduled time, may result in failure of the course or, in a documented extenuating circumstance and at the discretion of the course faculty, may result in an incomplete for the course and the examination being taken at a later date and time scheduled by the course faculty.

          

  5. absencesIf a student has more than 20% absences from the course, the student shall be assigned a final course grade of "F". If a student comes to class late, leaves before the end of class, takes an extended break, and/or comes to class unprepared, the student may be marked as absent for that week's class. The course faculty will keep an attendance sheet.