- Function as a graduate professional nurse within structured health settings.
- Provide competent nursing care to clients with commonly occurring health deviations through application of nursing theory, evidence based practice and conceptsfrom the behavioral and natural sciences, the humanities, ethical principles and legal standards.
- Utilize opportunities for continuing personal and professional development.
- Accept accountability/responsibility for professional practice as a nurse.
- Teach clients self care practices related to the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health.
- Cooperate with health team members to facilitate optimal health of clients in primary, secondary and tertiary settings.
- Select appropriate communication, coordination and collaborative skills when interacting with individuals and groups.
- Apply critical thinking to nursing care situations.
- Demonstrate an understanding of evidence based practice as a research participant.
Partnership with Union County College
Trinitas School of Nursing, in partnership with Union County College, conducts a Cooperative Nursing Program that awards students a diploma in Nursing from Trinitas School of Nursing and an associate in science from Union County College upon successful completion of the program. The School is located in the Elizabeth, New Jersey.
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JFK Muhlenberg School of Radiography
By virtue of an agreement between Union County College and JFK Muhlenberg Harold B. and Dorothy A. Snyder Schools of Nursing and Medical Imaging, Plainfield, N.J., sponsored by HMH JFK Medical Center, Edison, NJ. Union County College confers a degree of Associate in Science upon graduates of the Hospital-sponsored school who have fulfilled the requirements for the degree specified by the College.
Students in the program earn college credits in English, mathematics, biology, physics, psychology, computer systems and a humanities elective in classes and laboratories conducted at Union County College. Radiography courses are the primary responsibility of the program.
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners accredit JFK Muhlenberg Snyder School of Radiography.
Students are enrolled in the School of Radiography and are matriculated by Union County College. They are eligible to participate in all student activities at Union County College and have the same rights and privileges as all other college students.
Students interested in the program should contact the JFK Muhlenberg Harold B. and Dorothy A. Snyder Schools at (908) 668- 2400 or (908) 668-2543 for additional information.
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
- Successfully complete the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Board Examination in Radiography
- Exhibit the appropriate skills and competency of an entry level Radiographer including:
- Competency in performing routine and non-routine (trauma) examinations in Radiography
- Practicing appropriate basic patient care
- Utilizing proper radiation protection for their patients, themselves, peers and others
- Demonstration of proper and effective communication skills while speaking and writing
- Practice appropriate professional ethics of a radiographer
- Demonstrate appropriate problem solving and critical thinking skills necessary to be a proficient healthcare provider>
- Understand the benefits of additional personal and professional growth and lifelong learning skills necessary for the changing field of Radiography
Graduates of the HMH JFK Medical Center Muhlenberg Harold B. and Dorothy A. Snyder School of Radiography are eligible to apply to sit for the credentialing examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologies (ARRT) and licensure to practice in the State of New Jersey and any other state or territory within the United States of America.
- effective communication and interpersonal skills consistent with professional and employer expectations for a Respiratory Care Therapist;
- the ability to comprehend, evaluate, and apply information relevant to their role as Respiratory Care Therapists;
- the psychomotor skills that are consistent with professional and employer expectations for a Respiratory Care Therapist;
- the ability to function as a member of the Health Care Delivery team, providing patient care in a multicultural and ethnically diverse society.
Option offered through Engineering Program
This program is designed to prepare students who plan for a career in architecture to transfer to a five- year baccalaureate program.
Upon successful competition of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
- Employ critical thinking skills in science, mathematics, and fundamentals of architecture.
- Demonstrate computer literacy in 3D programming and use of word processing, and other software applications.
- Use technology and library resources to conduct research related to architecture, mathematics, engineering, sustainability, the humanities and social science.
- Organize and present information to different audiences using various multimedia presentation techniques and platforms.
- Compare materials and methods of building construction, analyze basic structural principles, collect and measure relevant data, and evaluate information as a member of a team.
- Analyze a specific type of architectural building and compare and contrast different architectural design solutions.
- Arrange and manage a collaborative design Charrette for/with local communities.
- Demonstrate the ability to pursue lifelong learning by working independently in class and on research projects to prepare a portfolio.