Nursing Science

Fall 2019 Course Offerings
NSG 840-001 Special Topics - Chronic Health Issues J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 840-002 Special Topics - Acute Health Issues J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 840-003 Special Topics - Lifespan Issues J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 900 Doctoral Dissertation J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:variable
Research performed under the direction and supervision of the respective student's faculty committee and resulting in a dissertation that meets the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 912 Theory Construction and Analysis Mona Wicks
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time:2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Central TimePlace:August 15 - September 30, 2016 920 Madison Room 923; Oct. 3 - Dec. 5, 2016, GEB Room 313 GEB Duration:Nine (9) face-to-face meetings lasting 3 hours; 2 on-line Discussion Boards that each require 3 hours of reading and discussion board participation; Two 3-hour writing weeks to prepare written assignments (concept analysis and concept map drafts), which are discussed in class the following week to obtain faculty and student feedback. Attend Newman Dialogue on Sept. 7 - 8, 2016 for total of 10 hours Credit:3
A course providing emphasis on the discovery of knowledge related to nursing and health care and the development of nursing theories. The course is aimed at assisting the student to develop the ability to evaluate existing knowledge critically and to engage in the use and creation of knowledge specifically applicable to nursing. (didactic, seminar)
NSG 913 Qualitative Research Methods J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time:Face-to-face class meets on Monday, 8:30-11:30 amPlace:Conference Room 923, 920 MadisonDuration:9 face-to-face class meetings that last 3 hours each Credit:3
One of a series of courses designed to provide the student a firm grounding in research methodologies and approaches to data analysis and interpretation. Focuses on qualitative research methodology. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 919 Nursing Science Seminar Anne Alexandrov
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration:Every other week for 1.5 hrs each Credit:1
A seminar with student and faculty participation that focuses on current topics such as issues, trends, and research in nursing and nursing care delivery. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 923 Quantitative Research Methods Donna Hathawy
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:3
One of a series of courses designed to provide the student firm grounding in research methodologies and approaches to data analysis and interpretation. Focuses on quantitative research methodology. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 960 Directed Study J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:variable
A course designed to provide the doctoral student with the opportunity to undertake additional guided study, research, and/or clinical experience in an area of the student's choice under faculty supervision. (didactic, lecture)
Spring 2020 Course Offerings
NSG 840-001 Special Topics - Chronic Health Issues J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:  2016-01-04    End date:  2016-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 840-002 Special Topics - Acute Health Issues J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:      End date: 
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 840-003 Special Topics - Lifespan Issues J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:      End date: 
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 840-004 Special Topics - Scientific Dissemination J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:      End date: 
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 900 Doctoral Dissertation J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:      End date: 
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Research performed under the direction and supervision of the respective student's faculty committee and resulting in a dissertation that meets the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 924 Scientific Dissemination Mona N Wicks
Start date:  2016-01-04    End date:  2016-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Once per week for 3 hrs Credit:  3
This seminar course prepares participants to write scholarly documents clearly and effectively for dissemination as refereed articles for scientific and lay audiences. Discussion will focus on strategies for effective writing, identification and development of a topic, selecting a journal and using author guidelines, finding and documenting sources, the submission and revision process, legal and ethical issues, organization and time management, and the effective use of tables, graphs, and figures. Faculty will introduce students to a variety of Web-based and print resources to support writing skills development. (didactic, lecture)
NSG 925 Mixed Methods Research J Carolyn Graff
Start date:  2016-01-04    End date:  2016-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Six face-to-face meetings for reflection on online discussions and assignments. Credit:  3
This 3 credit course is designed to provide the graduate student with an overview of mixed methods research by building on the student?s existing knowledge and experience with quantitative and qualitative research. Mixed methods research involves collection and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data and the integration of findings from both research approaches to increase understanding and corroboration. (hybrid, lecture)
NSG 960 Directed Study J. Carolyn Graff
Start date:  2016-01-04    End date:  2016-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
A course designed to provide the doctoral student with the opportunity to undertake additional guided study, research, and/or clinical experience in an area of the student's choice under faculty supervision. (didactic, lecture)
Event times are U.S. Central time zone

Contact Us

Request information about our Programs

General Information:
College of Graduate Health Sciences
920 Madison Ave
Suite 807
Memphis, Tennessee 38163
Phone: 901-448-5538

Follow us: