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- Unit 1 Overview of CAPE SOCIOLOGY UNIT 1 Cape Sociology Unit 1 This Unit is divided into three Modules: Module 1 covers the area dealing with Sociology: Sociology the Discipline Methods of Research Origins of Caribbean Sociology Culture: What is Culture?
Biology should recognise the enormous responsibility they must undertake to ensure the continuity of life in all its forms. It is incumbent on them to use this knowledge to protect, sustain, conserve and improve the variety of life in the ecosphere. Additionally, the study of. CAPE SOCIOLOGY UNIT 1. Module 1 covers the area dealing with SOCIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS, PERSPECTIVES, AND METHODS Students should be able to: trace the development of Sociology from the classical to the contemporary period in. Mainstream and Caribbean Sociology; discuss the fundamental concepts of Sociology.
Module 1 covers the area dealing with SOCIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS, PERSPECTIVES, AND METHODS
Students should be able to:
trace the development of Sociology from the classical to the contemporary period in
mainstream and Caribbean Sociology;
discuss the fundamental concepts of Sociology;
evaluate the theoretical perspectives of Sociology;
discuss issues related to cultural diversity and popular culture;
explain the principles and practices of scientific research;
distinguish among the various research methods;
apply the research methods to a sociological issue;
apply the ethical principles in research.
Module 2 covers the area dealing with Social Institutions
- Family Types
- Ethnic Families
- Origins of Caribbean indigenous Religions
- History and Development of Caribbean Education systems
Students should be able to:
explain the characteristics, functions and transformations of the family in the Caribbean;
evaluate the main theoretical perspectives commonly used for the analysis of the family;
discuss the issues associated with the Caribbean family;
explain the characteristics, functions and transformation of selected religions in the Caribbean;
evaluate the main theoretical perspectives commonly used for the analysis of religion;
discuss the issues associated with religion in the Caribbean;
explain the characteristics, functions and transformations of educational systems in the Caribbean;
evaluate the main theoretical perspectives commonly used for the analysis of education;
discuss the issues associated with education in the Caribbean.
Module 3 - Social Stratification
Theoretical perspectives on social stratification;
Development and impact of social stratification in the Caribbean.
Students should be able to:
explain the concepts associated with stratification;
identify types of stratification systems;
assess theoretical perspectives on stratification in the Caribbean;
discuss the evolution of Caribbean social stratification from slavery to the present day;
analyze the impact of stratification systems on Caribbean societies.
- Caribbean Stratification
- Social mobility in the Caribbean
The Associate in Science degree in Nursing is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing and has full approval from the Board of Registration in Nursing of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Welcome to the Nursing Program at Cape Cod Community College (4Cs). We offer a specific sequence of courses that lead to the Associate in Science Degree. Upon successful completion of the degree program, the Coordinator of the Nursing Program will furnish documentation to the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing verifying that a student has met the legal responsibilities to be eligible for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX). 4Cs Nursing Program graduates become licensed as Registered Nurses upon successful completion of the NCLEX-RN.
Curriculum: The Nursing Program located in our Academic Catalog provides information on curriculum, academics,and faculty.
Program Options and Admissions
The Nursing Program at 4Cs is a full-time two-year program (five semesters which includes pre-requisites). Day and Evening Options are available. Advanced placement for the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is available through the LPN in Transition course. Prospective students to the Nursing Program at Cape Cod Community College have the opportunity to apply to either of these three options:
- Licensed Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse
Nursing Program Admissions Requirements, Nursing Program Technical Standards
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It is essential that all Nursing applicants attend a virtual Nursing Information Session that will include meeting with the Coordinator of the Nursing Program and 4Cs Admissions representative as well as a review of application procedures and details about the Nursing Program. These are scheduled periodically throughout the Fall semester.
Continuing Your Studies
The UMass Boston & Cape Cod Community College partnership RN-BS program offers convenience and flexibility for working RN's though Face to Face and Computer Assisted courses held at 4Cs.
For additional information: Nursing Program Educational Mobility Policy
This Nursing Program Handbook contains information relative to policies and procedures that will assist you throughout your course of study.
Statement of Philosophy
The philosophy of the Nursing faculty is consistent with the values of Cape Cod Community College and is based on the principles that people are holistic beings with high value placed on the quality of human life.
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