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Syllabus NURS 246 Fall, 2005 School of Nursing Modern Organizations and Health Care NURS 246 3 Units Elena Capella, EdD (c) MSN/MPA RN Special Session, Fall 2005 email…ecapella @ son.sjsu.edu telephone…831. .334. .1177  office…email for appointment  COURSE DESCRIPTION: Introduction of theoretical analysis of organizations, using the model of modern health care organization within an ethnically diverse environment. Emphasis is on dynamic environment of modern organizations, goal formation and implementation, systems of control, and organizational effectiveness. PREREQUISITES OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT: NURS. 200, NURS. 202, NURS 204 COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. analyze organizational structure and functioning from several theoretical perspectives. 2. relate organizational size and complexity to the bureaucratic nature of modern organizations. 3. evaluate salient features in the environment of modern health care organizations. 1
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Syllabus NURS 246 Fall, 2005 4. relate goal formation and implementation to the assessment of organizational effectiveness. 5. analyze critical problems faced by modern health care organizations related to bureaucratic structure, environment, differentiation, and conflicting systems of authority. 6. develop a model health organization for the delivery of health case for a multiethnic population. STANDARDS This course meets the AACN Essentials of Master’s Education for Advanced Practice Nursing building on the core curriculum content. TEXTS: Goodsell, C. T. (2004). The case for bureaucracy: A Public Administration Polemic (5th ed.). Chatham, NJ: Chatham House. Scott, W. R. (2003). Organizations: Rational, natural, and open systems (5 th ed.) Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Class participation (8 points) Online participation (7 points) Analysis Paper (30 points) Final Examination (25 points) Group Project (20 points) Group Project Class Presentation (10 points) TOTAL POINTS: 100 points = 100% GRADES AWARDED: A = 93-100 A- = 90-92 B+ = 87-89 B = 83-86 B- = 80-82 C+ = 77-79 C = 73-76 C- = 70-72 D+ = 68-69 D = 67 D- = 65-66 F = 65 2
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Syllabus NURS 246 Fall, 2005 COURSE POLICIES: 1. The course is a mixed mode course that consists of classroom sessions and online sessions. 2. Student conferences are made by appointment. These conferences are not a substitute for class attendance. Please arrange for another student to take notes for you if you must miss a classroom session. 3. Students are encouraged to contact me via email. I check email frequently and it is the most expedient way to get an answer to your question. 4. Class participation is important and accounts for a significant percentage of your grade. Class participation is accomplished by attending classroom and online sessions, reading the assigned reading prior to the first day the reading is due, participating in the session as described in the class participation section. 5.
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