GS 138 The Final Journey: Maintaining Wellness for Those Left Behind: 3 semester hours
All students will encounter someone who is experiencing an end of life event, personally, professionally, or through family, friends, co-workers, or clients. This course is intended to help students explore end of life issues and identify methods of maintaining wellness, for themselves or for others who are left behind. This course is designed for students from a variety of backgrounds and majors. This course will address the impact of death on the professional, family members and the patient. Death will be discussed across the life cycle with focus onthe grieving process, staying positive in handling emotions, and other topics related to end of Iife.