The following graduate electives are commonly available. Please check the Class Schedule for availability in a specific term. For more information, please contact either Student Affairs and Alumni Relations or your advisor at (412) 624-4547.
An independent study is a student-initiated experience planned to permit students to pursue an area of interest in nursing with guidance of a faculty preceptor.
When enrolling for this course, you must select the number of credits you and the instructor of the course agreed on before completing the enrollment process.
When: By Appointment
Where: By Appointment
Who: School of Nursing Students Only
Credits: 1 – 3
NUR 2079 Children with Disabilities: An Interdisciplinary Clinical Practicum
NUR 2089 Children with Disabilities: An Interdisciplinary Clinical Practicum 2
NUR 2680 Introduction to Genetics and Molecular Therapeutics
NUR 2681 Advanced Topics in Human Genetics
NUR 2820 Legal Nurse Consultin
NUR 2822 Seminar and Practicum in Forensic Nursing and Legal Nurse Consulting
NUR 2823 Forensic Nursing PMH Nursing and Correctional Nursing
NUR 2865 Fundamentals of Disaster and Mass Casualty Care