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_P_H__Y__S_I_C__S____________________________________________ PHY110-A Survey of Physics I 3 Survey of Physics I is combined lecture and demonstration/ lab course. Forces acting on bodies and their relationship to friction, motion, momentum, work, and energy in the field of mechanics; fluid mechanics, wave motion, and sound are all subjects covered in this course. PHY111-A Survey of Physics II 3 A combined lecture and lab course, this course is a continuation of Survey of Physics I. Optics, electricity, and magnetism, heat, and thermodynamics, introduction to quantum physics and relativity, nuclear and particle physics are all covered in this course. This is a second semester of Survey of Physics I and II sequence of physics non-majors. The course satisfies in part the general education core requirement for AA and AS degree. Prerequisite: PHY110-A PHY156-A General Physics I 4 General Physics I is the first of a two-semester course designed for students with no prior background in physics. Topics covered are mechanics, heat, waves, and sound. PHY157-A General Physics 1 Lab 1 First part of a two-semester continuing course designed for students with no prior background in physics. Mechanics, heat and sound are covered in this semester. PHY158-A General Physics II 4 General Physics II is the second part of a two-semester continuing course designed for students with no prior background in physics. The course includes heat, thermodymanics, electricity, magnetism, optics, and a little modern physics. PHY159-A General Physics II Lab 1 General Physics II Laboratory is a one-semester course for student enrolled in General Physics II. Topics include electricity, and magnetism, optics, fluids and modern physics. PHY162-A College Physics I 4 This is the first of two introductory courses in conceptual physics. Students will learn key concepts in physics and develop problem solving skills in mechanics, heat, and sound. The student will become proficient in topics from mechanics, heat, and sound. Applications of physics to the human body are included. Prerequisite: MAT073 Intermediate Algebra or 2 years of high school algebra. Trigonemetry or high school geometry recommended. PHY172-A College Physics II 4 This is the second of two introductory courses in college physics. Students will learn the fundamental principles of physics and develop problem solving skills in electricity, magnetism, electromagnetic waves and optics, modern physics and nuclear physics. The student will become proficient in topics from electricity, magnetism, electromagnetic waves and optics, modern physics and nuclear physics. Applications of physics to the human body are included. Pre-requisite: PHY0162 College Physics I PHY210-A Classical Physics I 3 Classical Physics I (Calculus based) is the first part of a two-semester continuing course for students majoring in science, mathematics or engineering. Kinematics, dynamics, circular motion, work, energy, linear momentum, rotational dynamics, torque, static equilibrium, fluids, wave motion, and sound are covered. Corequisite: PHY211-A PHY211-A Classical Physics I Lab 1 Classical Physics I Lab is a one-semester laboratory course for students enrolled in Classical Physics I. The course covers experiments in kinematics, dynamics, circular motion, work, energy, linear momentum, rotational dynamics, torque, static equilibrium, fluids, wave motion, and sound. Corequisite: PHY210-A PHY212-A Classical Physics I 5 This is the first course in a sequence of two physics courses for students planning to major in physics, engineering, mathematics or other physical sciences. Topics include fundamentals of mechanics, Newton’s laws of motion, energy, periodic motions, momentum, fluids, rotation and thermal physics. The application of calculus to physics concepts is used. Corequisite: MAT210-A or consent of instructor. _P_R__A__C__T_I_C__A__L_ _N__U__R_S__I_N__G____________________________ PNN648-C Nursing Concepts I 2 This course introduces the student to nursing concepts that form the foundation for nursing practice. Nursing history, healthcare systems, legal and ethical principles, cultural awareness, roles of the nurse and healthcare team, and introduction to standards for quality and safety in healthcare are included in this theory based course. Prerequisites: HSC113-E, Math elective, BIO165-A, BIO167-A PNN650-C Nursing Concepts IIA 1 This course includes special topics not covered in Practical Nursing IA that the practical nurse may encounter during practice. The topics covered are cancer, integumentary disorders including burns, eye and ear disorders, hematological disorders, and emergency care and first aid. The pathophysiology of these topics as well as nursing care, pharmacological and diet therapy principles are integrated throughout life span of the predictable pediatric and adult client. Prerequisites: PNN648-C, PNN659-C; Corequisite: PNN660-C PNN654-C Nursing Concepts IIB 1 This course prepares the student for the role of the practical nurse. Concepts of management of care, delegation, and prioritization are discussed. Preparation for the NCLEX-PN exam is the basis of the course. Prerequisite: PNN650-C; Corequisite: PNN661-C PNN659-C Fundamentals of Nursing 8 This course is a combination of theory and lab. Concepts of health, illness, human needs and environment are examined in relationship to communication, nursing process, and nursing roles. Emphasis is placed on the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to care for clients with predictable needs in a laboratory setting. Essential information on drug calculations and safe administration of medication and care of the normal newborn and obstetric patient are special topics addressed. Prerequisites: HSC113-E, Math elective, BIO165-A, BIO167-A Physics 146Northwest Iowa Community College Catalog 2017–2018


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