Course Descriptions

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ACC101 Principles of Accounting 3 This course provides an introduction to financial and managerial accounting in business, addressing accounting concepts and emphasizing the importance and impact of accounting transactions on financial statements and decision making.
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS202 Medical Terminology 2 This course will focus on the applications of the rules for constructing and defining medical terms with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. (Open to all disciplines)
AHS205 Collab for Quality: Interprof Care 1 This course provides an interdisciplinary approach to the acquisition of knowledge and skills related to the care of patients in healthcare settings. Emphasis will be placed on regulatory compliance, patient assessment, patient safety, and medical interventions. Two hour lecture; three hour lab per week.
AHS205 Collab for Quality: Interprof Care 1 This course provides an interdisciplinary approach to the acquisition of knowledge and skills related to the care of patients in healthcare settings. Emphasis will be placed on regulatory compliance, patient assessment, patient safety, and medical interventions. Two hour lecture; three hour lab per week.
AHS205 Collab for Quality: Interprof Care 1 This course provides an interdisciplinary approach to the acquisition of knowledge and skills related to the care of patients in healthcare settings. Emphasis will be placed on regulatory compliance, patient assessment, patient safety, and medical interventions. Two hour lecture; three hour lab per week.
AHS205 Collab for Quality: Interprof Care 1 This course provides an interdisciplinary approach to the acquisition of knowledge and skills related to the care of patients in healthcare settings. Emphasis will be placed on regulatory compliance, patient assessment, patient safety, and medical interventions. Two hour lecture; three hour lab per week.
AHS390 Aspects Of Leadership 3 This course explores attributes and skillsets essential for health science professionals as team member, educator, and leader. Concepts and behaviors relevant to facilitating collaboration; patient/family and peer education; and leadership and management relative to the provision of health services and related financial impact are emphasized.
AHS390 Aspects Of Leadership 3 This course explores attributes and skillsets essential for health science professionals as team member, educator, and leader. Concepts and behaviors relevant to facilitating collaboration; patient/family and peer education; and leadership and management relative to the provision of health services and related financial impact are emphasized.
BIO110 General Biology I 4 This is an introduction to general biological principles. Topics will include evolution, cell chemistry, cell structure and function, metabolism, cellular reproduction, and genetics. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO110 General Biology I 4 This is an introduction to general biological principles. Topics will include evolution, cell chemistry, cell structure and function, metabolism, cellular reproduction, and genetics. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO120 General Biology II 4 A study of biodiversity, plant and animal systems and ecology. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 110.
BIO120 General Biology II 4 A study of biodiversity, plant and animal systems and ecology. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 110.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO201 Anatomy And Physiology I 4 The study of the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body including but not limited to the chemistry of living organisms, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and integumentary systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO202 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 The study of the structure and function of systems in the human body with emphasis on the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: BIO 201.
BIO205 Microbiology 4 The study of the biology of microorganisms and their significance to human health with emphasis on microbial structure and function, pathogenicity, control, and chemotherapeutic agents. Three hours lecture, Two hours lab per week.
BIO205 Microbiology 4 The study of the biology of microorganisms and their significance to human health with emphasis on microbial structure and function, pathogenicity, control, and chemotherapeutic agents. Three hours lecture, Two hours lab per week.
BIO205 Microbiology 4 The study of the biology of microorganisms and their significance to human health with emphasis on microbial structure and function, pathogenicity, control, and chemotherapeutic agents. Three hours lecture, Two hours lab per week.
BIO205 Microbiology 4 The study of the biology of microorganisms and their significance to human health with emphasis on microbial structure and function, pathogenicity, control, and chemotherapeutic agents. Three hours lecture, Two hours lab per week.
BIO301 Pathophysiology 3 The physiologic pathology of selected diseases and dysfunctions observed in humans. Development of a knowledge base of current concepts and common conditions observed in health care settings. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO301 Pathophysiology 3 The physiologic pathology of selected diseases and dysfunctions observed in humans. Development of a knowledge base of current concepts and common conditions observed in health care settings. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO301 Pathophysiology 3 The physiologic pathology of selected diseases and dysfunctions observed in humans. Development of a knowledge base of current concepts and common conditions observed in health care settings. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO301 Pathophysiology 3 The physiologic pathology of selected diseases and dysfunctions observed in humans. Development of a knowledge base of current concepts and common conditions observed in health care settings. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO301 Pathophysiology 3 The physiologic pathology of selected diseases and dysfunctions observed in humans. Development of a knowledge base of current concepts and common conditions observed in health care settings. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO301 Pathophysiology 3 The physiologic pathology of selected diseases and dysfunctions observed in humans. Development of a knowledge base of current concepts and common conditions observed in health care settings. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO301 Pathophysiology 3 The physiologic pathology of selected diseases and dysfunctions observed in humans. Development of a knowledge base of current concepts and common conditions observed in health care settings. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO310 Applied Pathophysiology 3 A focus on the underlying principles common to disease processes. This course expands on how alterations of structure and function disrupt the human body as a whole. The course offers students the opportunity to observe various physiological changes of the body and how they manifest impact on various systems by incorporating simulation. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO310 Applied Pathophysiology 3 A focus on the underlying principles common to disease processes. This course expands on how alterations of structure and function disrupt the human body as a whole. The course offers students the opportunity to observe various physiological changes of the body and how they manifest impact on various systems by incorporating simulation. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO315 Applied and Environmental Biology 3 A study of the use of microbes in food production, cause and prevention of food spoilage, and foodborne illnesses. Microbes in their natural environment and how their ac- tivities affect the environment, soil and soilborne ill- nesses, water treatment and waterborne illnesses, and usage in biological warfare will be discussed. Prerequisite: BIO 205.
BIO315 Applied and Environmental Biology 3 A study of the use of microbes in food production, cause and prevention of food spoilage, and foodborne illnesses. Microbes in their natural environment and how their ac- tivities affect the environment, soil and soilborne ill- nesses, water treatment and waterborne illnesses, and usage in biological warfare will be discussed. Prerequisite: BIO 205.
BIO320 Cross Sectional Anatomy 2 This course is designed to teach anatomy recognition via diagrams and human sections using imaging modalities such as CT, MR, PET and sonography. The focus of the course will be the major systems of the body with an emphasis on anatomical relationships and pathological changes. The content serves as a foundation for further study within the imaging modalities. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO320 Cross Sectional Anatomy 2 This course is designed to teach anatomy recognition via diagrams and human sections using imaging modalities such as CT, MR, PET and sonography. The focus of the course will be the major systems of the body with an emphasis on anatomical relationships and pathological changes. The content serves as a foundation for further study within the imaging modalities. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO320 Cross Sectional Anatomy 2 This course is designed to teach anatomy recognition via diagrams and human sections using imaging modalities such as CT, MR, PET and sonography. The focus of the course will be the major systems of the body with an emphasis on anatomical relationships and pathological changes. The content serves as a foundation for further study within the imaging modalities. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO320 Cross Sectional Anatomy 2 This course is designed to teach anatomy recognition via diagrams and human sections using imaging modalities such as CT, MR, PET and sonography. The focus of the course will be the major systems of the body with an emphasis on anatomical relationships and pathological changes. The content serves as a foundation for further study within the imaging modalities. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO320 Cross Sectional Anatomy 2 This course is designed to teach anatomy recognition via diagrams and human sections using imaging modalities such as CT, MR, PET and sonography. The focus of the course will be the major systems of the body with an emphasis on anatomical relationships and pathological changes. The content serves as a foundation for further study within the imaging modalities. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO340 Histology 4 A study that focuses on the branch of anatomy that deals with structure, composition, design, and function of body tissues as it relates to the principles of human physiology. Examination of microscopic cell structure as it correlates with tissue composition and organ function will be dis- cussed. Three hours of lecture, three hours of lab per week. Prerequisites: BIO 201,BIO 202.
BIO342 Human Anatomy 4 Students will study the human body from an overview of cellular processes and tissue classifications that will then be integrated in the learning of the body systems from a gross and microscopic anatomical perspective. Three hours of lecture per week and 3 hours of lab per week. Prerequisite- BIO 120
BIO345 Human Physiology 4 Students will study the functions of the human body’s cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems and the integrated functions of the body. 3 hours of lecture per week and 3 hour of lab per week. Prerequisite : BIO 342
BIO350 Genetics 3 This is a study of the fundamental principles of heredity including the molecular mechanisms by which cellular processes impact eukaryotic cells. Topics include introduction to molecular genetic techniques and genomics, in-depth study of structures and chromosomes, the regulation of gene expression, and abnormal regulatory processes that lead to disease. Prerequisites: BIO 110, BIO 120 or BIO 201, 202.
BIO360 Applied Anatomy & Physiology 3 This course builds on the concepts of Anatomy and Physiology I and II using Human Patient Simulators and case study analysis as the principal methodologies. Learning will focus on multi-system interactions which will apply how the body systems impact each other and how they perform when disease is present. The knowledge of the functions of each system will be applied to under- standing how body processes occur. Prerequisites: BIO 201, BIO 202.
BIO380 Physiological Psychology 3 This course links anatomy and physiology of the brain with behavioral function. Neuroscience topics include regulatory physiology, pharmacology, endocrinology, and behaviors related to feeding/appetite, sleep, sex, fear, and anxiety. Pre-Requisite: BIO 120 or BIO 202
BIO390 Immunology 3 This course presents an overview of all major aspects of the field of immunology. This branch of science deals with the innate and adaptive mechanisms the body uses to fight infectious disease and prevent its recurrence. It also covers recognition of foreign or altered cells unrelated to microorganisms such as cells or organs received during transplantation. This course will cover the cells involved, their site production, how they proliferate and respond to foreign antigens. The proteins produced by cells in response to infection and the chemical signals that affect their production are also covered. Some other topic areas included are transplantation serology, hypersensitivity and allergies, hereditary and acquired autoimmune disorders, and vaccines. Prerequisite: BIO 205 or permission of the instructor
BIO390 Immunology 3 This course presents an overview of all major aspects of the field of immunology. This branch of science deals with the innate and adaptive mechanisms the body uses to fight infectious disease and prevent its recurrence. It also covers recognition of foreign or altered cells unrelated to microorganisms such as cells or organs received during transplantation. This course will cover the cells involved, their site production, how they proliferate and respond to foreign antigens. The proteins produced by cells in response to infection and the chemical signals that affect their production are also covered. Some other topic areas included are transplantation serology, hypersensitivity and allergies, hereditary and acquired autoimmune disorders, and vaccines. Prerequisite: BIO 205 or permission of the instructor
BIO401 Special Topics In Biology 1 Study of selected topics or current issues in Biology. Provides student an opportunity to explore various topics in Biology with greater detail. Course may be repeated with permission from Chair. Prerequisite: Faculty determine appropriate prerequisite/corequisite for each topic.
BIO401 Special Topics In Biology 1 Study of selected topics or current issues in Biology. Provides student an opportunity to explore various topics in Biology with greater detail. Course may be repeated with permission from Chair. Prerequisite: Faculty determine appropriate prerequisite/corequisite for each topic.
BIO402 Special Topics In Biology 2 Study of selected topics or current issues in Biology. Provides student an opportunity to explore various topics in Biology with greater detail. Course may be repeated with permission from Chair. Prerequisite: Faculty determine appropriate prerequisite/corequisite for each topic.
BIO403 Special Topics In Biology 3 Study of selected topics or current issues in Biology. Provides student an opportunity to explore various topics in Biology with greater detail. Course may be repeated with permission from Chair. Prerequisite: Faculty determine appropriate prerequisite/corequisite for each topic.
BIO404 Special Topics In Biology 4 Study of selected topics or current issues in Biology. Provides student an opportunity to explore various topics in Biology with greater detail. Course may be repeated with permission from Chair. Prerequisite: Faculty determine appropriate prerequisite/corequisite for each topic.
BIO410 Molecular Cell Biology 4 To prepare students with advanced knowledge of mo-lecular biology as it pertains to human health, disease and treatment. Three hours lecture and two hours lab. Prerequisite: BIO 205, CHE 220.
BIO420 Endocrinology 3 Compares the normal and abnormal anatomy and physiology of the organs of internal secretion, with major emphasis on the roles of endocrine glands and their hormonal secretions in integration, control systems, metabolism and development. Other topics include tools and techniques for identifying endocrine diseases and monitoring its status. Prerequisite: BIO 201 and BIO 202
BIO460 Cancer Biology 3 Focuses on the cell physiology and genetics involved in the process of cell transformation. Other topics included the mechanics of cell growth and division when altered , and the interactions between tumors and their host. Prerequisite: BIO 350; Corequisite of BIO 350 with per-mission from the instructor.
BIOL2010 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4
BIOL2010 Anatomy/Physiology I 3
BIOL2010L Human A & P I Lab 0
BIOL2020 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4
BIOL2020L A & P II Lab 0
BUS101 Introduction to Business 3 This course will focus on business systems, workforce demographics, social responsibility, business ethics, and various forms of business organizations. The course will also introduce students to a variety of concepts within the business environment such as management processes, human resource management, marketing, decision-making, and finance.
CHE115 General Chemistry I 4 A study of basic concepts in general chemistry with an emphasis on gas laws and nuclear processes. Other topics include composition and structure of matter, chemical reactions, bonding, solution chemistry, kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, acids and bases, electrochemistry, and classification of organic compounds. Three hours of lecture, two hours of laboratory per week. Corequisite: MAT 110
CHE115 General Chemistry I 4 A study of basic concepts in general chemistry with an emphasis on gas laws and nuclear processes. Other topics include composition and structure of matter, chemical reactions, bonding, solution chemistry, kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, acids and bases, electrochemistry, and classification of organic compounds. Three hours of lecture, two hours of laboratory per week. Corequisite: MAT 110
CHE115 General Chemistry I 4 A study of basic concepts in general chemistry with an emphasis on gas laws and nuclear processes. Other topics include composition and structure of matter, chemical reactions, bonding, solution chemistry, kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, acids and bases, electrochemistry, and classification of organic compounds. Three hours of lecture, two hours of laboratory per week. Corequisite: MAT 110
CHE115 General Chemistry I 4 A study of basic concepts in general chemistry with an emphasis on gas laws and nuclear processes. Other topics include composition and structure of matter, chemical reactions, bonding, solution chemistry, kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, acids and bases, electrochemistry, and classification of organic compounds. Three hours of lecture, two hours of laboratory per week. Corequisite: MAT 110
CHE115 General Chemistry I 4 A study of basic concepts in general chemistry with an emphasis on gas laws and nuclear processes. Other topics include composition and structure of matter, chemical reactions, bonding, solution chemistry, kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, acids and bases, electrochemistry, and classification of organic compounds. Three hours of lecture, two hours of laboratory per week. Corequisite: MAT 110
CHE125 General Chemistry II 4 A study of kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, free energy, electrochemistry, and transition elements. Intermolecular forces, molecular geometry, properties of mixtures and compounds, and organic compounds will be discussed. Three hours of lecture, two hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisite: CHE 115.
CHE125 General Chemistry II 4 A study of kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, free energy, electrochemistry, and transition elements. Intermolecular forces, molecular geometry, properties of mixtures and compounds, and organic compounds will be discussed. Three hours of lecture, two hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisite: CHE 115.
CHE210 Organic Chemistry I 4 A study of the fundamental types of organic compounds and the properties, reactions, mechanisms, and syn-theses of those carbon compounds. Other topics include stereochemistry and theory behind analysis techniques. Three hours of lecture, three hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisite: CHE 115 and CHE 125.
CHE210 Organic Chemistry I 4 A study of the fundamental types of organic compounds and the properties, reactions, mechanisms, and syn-theses of those carbon compounds. Other topics include stereochemistry and theory behind analysis techniques. Three hours of lecture, three hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisite: CHE 115 and CHE 125.
CHE220 Organic Chemistry II 4 A study of common organic functional groups and their chemistry. Lipids, amino acids, proteins, and synthetic polymers along with classical organic laboratory tech-niques such as syntheses, separation, and purification of compounds will be discussed. Three hours of lecture, three hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisites: CHE 115, CHE 125, and CHE 210.
CHE220 Organic Chemistry II 4 A study of common organic functional groups and their chemistry. Lipids, amino acids, proteins, and synthetic polymers along with classical organic laboratory tech-niques such as syntheses, separation, and purification of compounds will be discussed. Three hours of lecture, three hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisites: CHE 115, CHE 125, and CHE 210.
CHE310 Biochemistry 4 The study of the structure and function of the major classes of macromolecules including lipids, proteins and carbohydrates. Enzymatic mechanisms, cell signaling, immunology and the current biochemical techniques for isolating nucleic acids, cloning and protein studies will be covered. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: CHE 115, CHE 125, and CHE 210
CHE330 Molecular Pharmacology 3 A study of the cellular and molecular mechanisms of drug actions with emphasis on target receptors and signaling pathways. Other topics will include pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, drug metabolism, drug delivery, and drug discovery and design. Prerequisite: CHE 220 and BIO 301, suggested after CHE 310.
CHEM1110 General Chemistry I 4
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM211 Speech Fundamentals 3 A study of the theories and techniques of preparing and delivering speeches. Course covers speaker and audience variables, composition, style, and delivery. Students will deliver several types of speeches in class.
COM220 Intercultural Communication 3 Develops and enhances interpersonal communication skills and the abilities appropriate for a multicultural society. Emphasizes understanding diversity within and across cultures. Covers relevant concepts and practices concerning the self, perception, communication ethics, language, verbal/nonverbal communication, and presentation skills.
COM220 Intercultural Communication 3 Develops and enhances interpersonal communication skills and the abilities appropriate for a multicultural society. Emphasizes understanding diversity within and across cultures. Covers relevant concepts and practices concerning the self, perception, communication ethics, language, verbal/nonverbal communication, and presentation skills.
COM220 Intercultural Communication 3 Develops and enhances interpersonal communication skills and the abilities appropriate for a multicultural society. Emphasizes understanding diversity within and across cultures. Covers relevant concepts and practices concerning the self, perception, communication ethics, language, verbal/nonverbal communication, and presentation skills.
COM220 Intercultural Communication 3 Develops and enhances interpersonal communication skills and the abilities appropriate for a multicultural society. Emphasizes understanding diversity within and across cultures. Covers relevant concepts and practices concerning the self, perception, communication ethics, language, verbal/nonverbal communication, and presentation skills.
COM220 Intercultural Communication 3 Develops and enhances interpersonal communication skills and the abilities appropriate for a multicultural society. Emphasizes understanding diversity within and across cultures. Covers relevant concepts and practices concerning the self, perception, communication ethics, language, verbal/nonverbal communication, and presentation skills.
COM220 Intercultural Communication 3 Develops and enhances interpersonal communication skills and the abilities appropriate for a multicultural society. Emphasizes understanding diversity within and across cultures. Covers relevant concepts and practices concerning the self, perception, communication ethics, language, verbal/nonverbal communication, and presentation skills.
COMM4375 Intercultural Communication 3
DMS300 Intro to Sonography & Patient Care 3 This beginning Diagnostic Medical Sonography course offers an introduction to the sonography profession and examines the historical and current application of ultrasound in medicine. The use of proper ergonomics for the sonography student and the role of a sonographer in providing basic patient care as a member of the healthcare team will be covered. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week. Pre-requisite: Acceptance into the DMS program
DMS310 Foundations Of Diag Med Sono 3 This introductory course offers an overview of ultrasound applications, sonographic techniques, and examination protocols. Normal anatomy and physiology of multiple organs and organ systems will be covered, as well as the normal sonographic appearance and sonographic examinations of these organs. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week. Pre-requisite: AHS 202, DMS 300, BIO 301, BIO 320.
DMS353 General Sonography I 3 Study and application of diagnostic medical sonography with a focus on abdominal and retro peritoneal structures. Topics to include anatomy, physiology, pathology, examination techniques, clinical symptoms, and sonographic appearance of adult and pediatric abdominal and retroperitoneal structures. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week.
DMS354 General Sonography II 3 Continuation of DMS 353 with a focus on superficial structures. Topics to include anatomy, physiology, pa-thology, examination techniques, clinical symptoms, and sonographic appearance of adult and pediatric superficial structures. Thyroid and parathyroid glands, male reproductive system, musculoskeletal system, and breast will be covered. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week. Prerequisite: DMS 353 General Sonograhpy I Corequisite: DMS 355 General Sonography III.
DMS355 General Sonography III 3 Study and application of diagnostic medical sonography with a focus on pediatric examinations. Topics to in-clude anatomy, physiology, pathology, examination techniques, clinical symptoms, and sonographic appearance of various pediatric examinations. Gastrointestinal tract, neonatal head and spine, and pediatric hip will be covered. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: DMS 353 General Sonography I Co-requisite: DMS 354 General Sonography II
DMS380 Vascular Sonography I 3 Study and application of diagnostic medical sonography with a focus on cardiovascular hemodynamics, abnormal vasculature, and the peripheral venous systems. Topics to include anatomy, physiology, pathology, clinical symptoms, risk factors, duplex and physiologic examination techniques, sonographic appearance, and the diagnosis and treatment of vascular disorders. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week
DMS381 Vascular Sonography II 3 Continuation of Vascular Sonography I with a focus on the cerebrovascular and peripheral arterial systems. Topics to include anatomy, physiology, pathology, clinical symptoms, risk factors, duplex and physiologic examination techniques, sonographic appearance, diagnosis and treatment of vascular disorders, and quality assurance. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week.
DMS393 Clinical Practicum I 4 Clinical experience obtained in assigned clinical settings. Competency evaluation of medical sonography procedures will be completed. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
DMS400 Capstone Seminar 1 A senior capstone course that emphasizes research, career portfolio, and professional development.
DMS437 Phys Princ of Ultrasound&Instru II 3 Continuation of Physical Principles of Ultrasound and Instrumentation I. The course focuses on beam and image artifacts, arterial and venous hemodynamics, Doppler effects, system performance testing, bioeffects, and advanced concepts. Emphasizes the different uses of sonography in the clinical setting and operation of equipment
DMS462 OB/GYN Sonography I 3 The study and application of medical sonography related to the reproductive organs of the female and obstetrical Sonography. Topics to include anatomy, pathology, image production and interpretation, examination techniques, and differential diagnosis. Lecture and lab.
DMS474 Cardiovasclar Hemodynamics & Physio 1 The study and application of diagnostic medical Sonography related to the cardiovascular system hemodynamics and physiology. Topics will include cardiovascular anatomy, hemodynamics and physiology principles, practical application, and performing echocardiography measurements. One hour of lecture. Prerequistes: DMS 380 Co-requisite: DMS 381
DMS475 Cardiac Sonography I 3 The study and application of diagnostic medical sonography related to adult echocardiography. Topics will include cardiac embyology and congenital defects, native and prosthetic heart valve disease, endocarditis, pericardial diseases, cardiac function, coronary artery disease, and performing an echocardiogram. Two hours of lecture and three hours of lab per week. Prerequisites: DMS 380, DMS 381, DMS 474.
DMS476 Cardiac Sonography II 3 The study and application of diagnostic medical sonography related to adult echocardiography. Topics will include cardiomyopathies, systemic diseases, cardio-pulmonary diseases, cardiac tumors, aortic diseases, and advanced procedures including contrast, stress, transesophageal, and 3D/4D echocardiography, and performing an echocardiogram. Two hours of lecture and three hours of lab per week. Pre-requisites: DMS 380, DMS 381, DMS 474, DMS 475
DMS495 Clinical Practicum II 4 Continuation of assigned clinical experience. Students will be able to independently perform various sonographic examinations through active participation in medical sonography settings. Competency evaluation of medical sonography procedures will be completed. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
DMS496 Clinical Practicum III 4 Continuation of assigned clinical experience. Students will be introduced to new sonographic examinations through active participation in various medical sonography settings. Competency evaluation of medical Sonog-raphy procedures will be completed. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
DMS497 Clinical Practicum IV 4 Continuation of assigned clinical experience. Students will independently perform sonographic examinations through active participation in various medical sonography settings. Competency evaluation of medical sonography procedures will be completed. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
DMS498 Clinical Practicum V 5 Continuation of assigned clinical experience from Clinical Practicum IV. Thirty-two hours of clinical experience per week.
ECO205 Health Economics 3 Applies basic economic concepts to analyze health care markets and evaluate health policies; including distinctive economic characteristics of health, the health care industry, and health care professionals; the American system of health care; and current health care policy issues such as health care reform, managed care, and manpower planning.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG101 English Composition I 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis of various expository rhetorical modes and production of essays which exhibit effective content, organization, and style. Development of editing and critical thinking skills.
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Principles of composition with emphasis on analysis and argumentation, including development of library skills, research methodology, synthesis of ideas, and appro-priate documentation of source material as applied to the formal research paper. Prerequisite: ENG 101
ENG103 Writing For Health Care Prof 1 This course introduces students to writing for the health care profession, the organization of scientific papers, and the basics of American Psychological Association (APA) documentation. Prerequisite: ENG 102.
ENG103 Writing For Health Care Prof 1 This course introduces students to writing for the health care profession, the organization of scientific papers, and the basics of American Psychological Association (APA) documentation. Prerequisite: ENG 102.
ENG103 Writing For Health Care Prof 1 This course introduces students to writing for the health care profession, the organization of scientific papers, and the basics of American Psychological Association (APA) documentation. Prerequisite: ENG 102.
ENG103 Writing For Health Care Prof 1 This course introduces students to writing for the health care profession, the organization of scientific papers, and the basics of American Psychological Association (APA) documentation. Prerequisite: ENG 102.
ENG103 Writing For Health Care Prof 1 This course introduces students to writing for the health care profession, the organization of scientific papers, and the basics of American Psychological Association (APA) documentation. Prerequisite: ENG 102.
ENG104 Medical Writing 1 This course provides an introduction to medical writing, its various genres, and forms of medical research. Prerequisite: ENG 102
ENG104 Medical Writing 1 This course provides an introduction to medical writing, its various genres, and forms of medical research. Prerequisite: ENG 102
ENGL1010 English Composition I 3
ENGL1020 English Composition II 3
HCM305 Prin of Healthcare Mgt & Leadership 3 Examines foundational management principles, including assessment, planning, organizational design & structure, and market assessment. Health Care as an industry is explored in addition to classical and current views of leadership. Provides a foundation in theories and models of leadership. Allows students to assess their own lead-ership style
HCM305 Prin of Healthcare Mgt & Leadership 3 Examines foundational management principles, including assessment, planning, organizational design & structure, and market assessment. Health Care as an industry is explored in addition to classical and current views of leadership. Provides a foundation in theories and models of leadership. Allows students to assess their own lead-ership style
HCM325 Health Care Marketing 3 Examines approaches, strategies, and tactics of marketing and their application to the health care industry. Key areas of marketing include strategic market planning, the external marketing environment, buyer behavior, market segmentation, product/service development, pricing, and brand management and communication. Special emphasis is placed on the role of marketing in value creation as well as the importance of socially responsible marketing practices in an organization.
HCM330 Human Resource Management 3 Examines job analysis, design, description, and evaluation; wage and salary administration; recruitment and selection; personnel testing; assessing employee performance; training and development; and employee discipline.
HCM345 Org Comm & Media Relations for HCM 3 Provides a foundation for understanding and appreciating the complexities and dynamics associated with planning and operationalizing internal and external health care organizational communications in both public and private institutions; examines the role(s) that media relations plays in organizational crises management in the health care arena; and provides an appreciation of the need for responsible leadership in crisis communication situations.
HCM350 Organizatnal Behavior & Development 3 Provides an interdisciplinary analysis of the relationship of groups and individuals within organizations utilizing theoretical concepts from psychology, sociology, philosophy, and communication. Introduces the concepts of organizational development (OD) and process of change management through techniques such as process consultation, conflict resolution, and feedback.
HCM350 Organizatnal Behavior & Development 3 Provides an interdisciplinary analysis of the relationship of groups and individuals within organizations utilizing theoretical concepts from psychology, sociology, philosophy, and communication. Introduces the concepts of organizational development (OD) and process of change management through techniques such as process consultation, conflict resolution, and feedback.
HCM350 Organizatnal Behavior & Development 3 Provides an interdisciplinary analysis of the relationship of groups and individuals within organizations utilizing theoretical concepts from psychology, sociology, philosophy, and communication. Introduces the concepts of organizational development (OD) and process of change management through techniques such as process consultation, conflict resolution, and feedback.
HCM355 Information Systems Project Mgmt 3 Students will examine the significant role that project management plays in the successful completion of health care information technology projects. The skills, tools, and best practices used to effectively manage a project from its inception to successful closure will be discussed. Students will learn how to control the scope, time, cost, and quality of projects.
HCM355 Information Systems Project Mgmt 3 Students will examine the significant role that project management plays in the successful completion of health care information technology projects. The skills, tools, and best practices used to effectively manage a project from its inception to successful closure will be discussed. Students will learn how to control the scope, time, cost, and quality of projects.
HCM359 Health Care Data Analysis 3 This course will teach students how to complete a basic data set analysis and explain the results. The course will introduce students to the process of defining and organizing data, and will explore how to define a question (hypothesis) for a data set, how to answer questions with data analysis by applying appropriate statistical summaries and tests, and how to explain and present the results of a basic data analysis.
HCM359 Health Care Data Analysis 3 This course will teach students how to complete a basic data set analysis and explain the results. The course will introduce students to the process of defining and organizing data, and will explore how to define a question (hypothesis) for a data set, how to answer questions with data analysis by applying appropriate statistical summaries and tests, and how to explain and present the results of a basic data analysis.
HCM360 Quality Improvement In Hlth Care 3 Provides the health care manager with tools needed to develop and implement quality measures and outcomes in the health care organization. Emphasis on basic quality improvement techniques.
HCM360 Quality Improvement In Hlth Care 3 Provides the health care manager with tools needed to develop and implement quality measures and outcomes in the health care organization. Emphasis on basic quality improvement techniques.
HCM360 Quality Improvement In Hlth Care 3 Provides the health care manager with tools needed to develop and implement quality measures and outcomes in the health care organization. Emphasis on basic quality improvement techniques.
HCM365 The Ethics of Health Informatics 3 This course will enable the student to describe the ethical issues associated with health care informatics and information systems within the health care industry. The student will examine the classical normative ethical theories based on notions of duties, rights, consequences and virtue-based ethics as well as the contemporary codes of conduct established by the health care industry, within the context of health care informatics and information systems. The students will explore, analyze, and critique case studies in order to develop skills in ethical thought and written communications.
HCM369 Health Informatics and Information 3 This course introduces students to the foundations of the field of Health Information Management (HIM) and the health care IT applications utilized therein, with emphasis on electronic health record (EHR) technology. Topics also include an introduction to the various types, definitions, relationships, uses, and interpretations of data derived from healthcare functions and processes. Students will also explore information standards and representations of health data that are commonly used for patient care, reporting, reimbursement, and quality improvement programs.
HCM369 Health Informatics and Information 3 This course introduces students to the foundations of the field of Health Information Management (HIM) and the health care IT applications utilized therein, with emphasis on electronic health record (EHR) technology. Topics also include an introduction to the various types, definitions, relationships, uses, and interpretations of data derived from healthcare functions and processes. Students will also explore information standards and representations of health data that are commonly used for patient care, reporting, reimbursement, and quality improvement programs.
HCM370 Health Care Finance 3 Legal forms of American business policy, methods, and organization involved in financing business with emphasis on health care. Principle concepts include corporation, cash flow, securities, expansion, time value, and acquisitions.
HCM395 Internship 3 Supervised fieldwork experience concluding with the development of a portfolio documenting the effective use of qualitative and quantitative methods to evaluate their fieldwork experiences. Must have consent of chair before registering for the course.
HCM400 Health Care InfoSystems and Policy 3 Students will explore the legislative processes related to the generation of healthcare policies, the downstream effect that those policies have on health care informatics and information systems, and the impact of those policies on the delivery of quality, patient-centered care. Topics will include a historical overview of health care policy initiatives which have been instrumental in changing the way health care settings utilize information systems, such as HIPAA and the HITECH Act.
HCM400 Health Care InfoSystems and Policy 3 Students will explore the legislative processes related to the generation of healthcare policies, the downstream effect that those policies have on health care informatics and information systems, and the impact of those policies on the delivery of quality, patient-centered care. Topics will include a historical overview of health care policy initiatives which have been instrumental in changing the way health care settings utilize information systems, such as HIPAA and the HITECH Act.
HCM405 Health Care Data Mining 3 This course will teach students how to discover interesting and unexpected business insights through the application of data mining techniques. Data mining combines in-depth statistical analysis, visualization, and other approaches to explore large amounts of data allowing discovery of relationships and patterns that can shed light on issues. The course explores data mining tools and techniques, as well as database theory and structures. Special emphasis will be on learning about data extraction and reports from VHS data warehouses and cubes.
HCM425 Health Admin Info Systems 3 Understanding of information needs of management and information technology used by variety of businesses, including the health care environment. Topics include strategies and methodologies, decision support systems, and total quality management.
HCM425 Health Admin Info Systems 3 Understanding of information needs of management and information technology used by variety of businesses, including the health care environment. Topics include strategies and methodologies, decision support systems, and total quality management.
HCM440 Legal Environment of Health Care 3 Introduction to legal and health policy making systems for healthcare. Examines ethical dilemmas that commonly appear in contemporary healthcare situations. Explains issues around governance, organizational structure, contracts and reimbursement. Introduces regulatory, accreditation and professional association's oversight. Explores the role of diversity in organizations and need for cultural competence throughout organizations.
HCM440 Legal Environment of Health Care 3 Introduction to legal and health policy making systems for healthcare. Examines ethical dilemmas that commonly appear in contemporary healthcare situations. Explains issues around governance, organizational structure, contracts and reimbursement. Introduces regulatory, accreditation and professional association's oversight. Explores the role of diversity in organizations and need for cultural competence throughout organizations.
HCM440 Legal Environment of Health Care 3 Introduction to legal and health policy making systems for healthcare. Examines ethical dilemmas that commonly appear in contemporary healthcare situations. Explains issues around governance, organizational structure, contracts and reimbursement. Introduces regulatory, accreditation and professional association's oversight. Explores the role of diversity in organizations and need for cultural competence throughout organizations.
HCM440 Legal Environment of Health Care 3 Introduction to legal and health policy making systems for healthcare. Examines ethical dilemmas that commonly appear in contemporary healthcare situations. Explains issues around governance, organizational structure, contracts and reimbursement. Introduces regulatory, accreditation and professional association's oversight. Explores the role of diversity in organizations and need for cultural competence throughout organizations.
HCM440 Legal Environment of Health Care 3 Introduction to legal and health policy making systems for healthcare. Examines ethical dilemmas that commonly appear in contemporary healthcare situations. Explains issues around governance, organizational structure, contracts and reimbursement. Introduces regulatory, accreditation and professional association's oversight. Explores the role of diversity in organizations and need for cultural competence throughout organizations.
HCM442 Managerial Epid Pop & Hlt Policy 3 Analyze the potential impact of diseases at the community level. Utilize epidemiological methods for extracting clinical information and interpret when such outcomes should lead to management decisions and/or health policy changes that support reallocation of resources for improved efficiency and effectiveness of a unit, an organization, or society as a whole.
HCM442 Managerial Epid Pop & Hlt Policy 3 Analyze the potential impact of diseases at the community level. Utilize epidemiological methods for extracting clinical information and interpret when such outcomes should lead to management decisions and/or health policy changes that support reallocation of resources for improved efficiency and effectiveness of a unit, an organization, or society as a whole.
HCM445 Quantitatve Meth for Hlth Care Mgmt 3 Introduces the statistical efficacy of MS Excel for use in the construction common operational and financial models found in today's healthcare settings. Data sets specific to practical health care operations secarios, such as DRG codes, lengths to stay, monthly visits, Medicare/Medicaid charges, etc., will be analyzed and manipulated using MS Excel as an opportunity for students to synthesize the quantitative concepts and methods covered. Prerequisites: MAT 211 or HSC 320
HCM450 Strategic Management 3 Provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop, implement, and evaluate an organizational strategic plan, including business/corporate unit strategies.
HCM450 Strategic Management 3 Provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop, implement, and evaluate an organizational strategic plan, including business/corporate unit strategies.
HCM470 US Health Care Systems and the Econ 3 The study of economic issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the current health care environment, the economic underpinnings of the healthcare delivery system, and the importance of economics in healthcare decisions. The topic of how regulatory agencies, governmental bodies and public policy influences the economy of healthcare will also be addressed
HCM475 Operations Mgmt In Health Care 3 Introduction to operations function within manufacturing and health care services. Emphasis on continuous improvement of systems for producing goods and services, including demand forecasting, managing capacity, and queuing systems.
HCM495 Capstone Directed Study Intensive 3 Capstone completion allows students to demonstrate competencies learned throughout the curriculum. Students perform a project plan to organize, coordinate, and present a project that addresses a contemporary issue that affects managers in health services. The course has experiential, research, quality, and synthesis components. Students may opt to analyze solutions to issues based on experiences encountered through work, internship, simulated cases, or described in directed readings. Prerequisite: HCM 445
HPE101 Health And Wellness 1 Overview of theory and application of principles related to developing an individualized approach to prevention of disease through wellness lifestyle choices. Areas of wellness include social, psychological, physical, spiritual, and emotional aspects of life.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC104 Baptist College Experience 1 Assist students in the transition to academic life at Baptist College. Focuses on their personal and academic growth and development, Ensures they have knowledge of College resources and are introduced to roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC105 Bapt College Experience-Completion 1 Assists students in online/completion programs in the transition to academic life at Baptist College of Health Sciences. Focuses on their personal, academic, and professional growth and development. Ensures they have knowledge and training for use of College resources, and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC105 Bapt College Experience-Completion 1 Assists students in online/completion programs in the transition to academic life at Baptist College of Health Sciences. Focuses on their personal, academic, and professional growth and development. Ensures they have knowledge and training for use of College resources, and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC105 Bapt College Experience-Completion 1 Assists students in online/completion programs in the transition to academic life at Baptist College of Health Sciences. Focuses on their personal, academic, and professional growth and development. Ensures they have knowledge and training for use of College resources, and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC105 Bapt College Experience-Completion 1 Assists students in online/completion programs in the transition to academic life at Baptist College of Health Sciences. Focuses on their personal, academic, and professional growth and development. Ensures they have knowledge and training for use of College resources, and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC105 Bapt College Experience-Completion 1 Assists students in online/completion programs in the transition to academic life at Baptist College of Health Sciences. Focuses on their personal, academic, and professional growth and development. Ensures they have knowledge and training for use of College resources, and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC105 Bapt College Experience-Completion 1 Assists students in online/completion programs in the transition to academic life at Baptist College of Health Sciences. Focuses on their personal, academic, and professional growth and development. Ensures they have knowledge and training for use of College resources, and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Baptist College Healthcare Team.
HSC210 Career Planning in Health Sciences 1 An overview of careers in the health care field. Introduces necessary knowledge for beginning career planning in health sciences. Prerequisite: Must be a sophomore level student.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC301 US Health Care Systems 3 The study of economic and financial issues arising from the unique nature of health care. Topics include the role of government in health care, legal and regulatory issues unique to health care, reimbursement and reform issues, quality improvement initiatives, and the impact of a dynamic health care system on patients, payers and providers including nursing and allied health professionals. Health care costs and outcomes in the United States are contrasted with those of other industrialized countries.
HSC310 Adverse Childhood Experiences 3 Focuses on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) across the life course to include physiological, sociological, and psychological health outcomes. Emphasis is placed on students’ ability to understand the relationship between adverse childhood experiences and their impact on health behaviors and health outcomes across the life course. Development of an educational tool that reflects this understanding will be accomplished through the lab component of the course. Pre-requisites: BIO120 or BIO202, and PSY 301 (may be taken as a co-requisite)
HSC310 Adverse Childhood Experiences 3 Focuses on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) across the life course to include physiological, sociological, and psychological health outcomes. Emphasis is placed on students’ ability to understand the relationship between adverse childhood experiences and their impact on health behaviors and health outcomes across the life course. Development of an educational tool that reflects this understanding will be accomplished through the lab component of the course. Pre-requisites: BIO120 or BIO202, and PSY 301 (may be taken as a co-requisite)
HSC320 Research For Health Professionals 3 Prepares the student to evaluate components of the research process utilizing statistical analysis. Includes introduction to computer applications using statistical packages, basic research methodology, and literature reviews.
HSC320 Research For Health Professionals 3 Prepares the student to evaluate components of the research process utilizing statistical analysis. Includes introduction to computer applications using statistical packages, basic research methodology, and literature reviews.
HSC320 Research For Health Professionals 3 Prepares the student to evaluate components of the research process utilizing statistical analysis. Includes introduction to computer applications using statistical packages, basic research methodology, and literature reviews.
HSC320 Research For Health Professionals 3 Prepares the student to evaluate components of the research process utilizing statistical analysis. Includes introduction to computer applications using statistical packages, basic research methodology, and literature reviews.
HSC320 Research For Health Professionals 3 Prepares the student to evaluate components of the research process utilizing statistical analysis. Includes introduction to computer applications using statistical packages, basic research methodology, and literature reviews.
HSC320 Research For Health Professionals 3 Prepares the student to evaluate components of the research process utilizing statistical analysis. Includes introduction to computer applications using statistical packages, basic research methodology, and literature reviews.
HSC320 Research For Health Professionals 3 Prepares the student to evaluate components of the research process utilizing statistical analysis. Includes introduction to computer applications using statistical packages, basic research methodology, and literature reviews.
HSC320 Research For Health Professionals 3 Prepares the student to evaluate components of the research process utilizing statistical analysis. Includes introduction to computer applications using statistical packages, basic research methodology, and literature reviews.
HSC350 Perspectives in Epidemiology 3 An introduction to the basic concepts, principles and methods of epidemiologic research and analysis, including outbreak investigations and the role of epidemiology in public health. The course will include a focus on how social interactions, past and present, yield differences in health outcomes between persons within a population. Prerequisites: ENG 101, MAT 211, SOC 201
HSC350 Perspectives in Epidemiology 3 An introduction to the basic concepts, principles and methods of epidemiologic research and analysis, including outbreak investigations and the role of epidemiology in public health. The course will include a focus on how social interactions, past and present, yield differences in health outcomes between persons within a population. Prerequisites: ENG 101, MAT 211, SOC 201
HSC410 Professional Healthcare Roles 3 Exposes students to field experiences in their chosen biomedical or healthcare setting. Guided/supervised work experiences that will enable students to link practical application with previously or concurrently studied theory. Students will explore how multiple professionals collaborate to meet the healthcare needs of a patient. Prerequisite: Must be a senior level student.
HSC460 Undergraduate Research 1 This course enhances student-directed learning by providing independent research opportunities. Students will initiate and complete an independent project in con-sultation with a faculty mentor. Course may be repeated with permission of the Chair. Prerequisite: Permission of the Chair.
HSC461 Bio-techniques Seminar 2 Laboratory bio-techniques used commonly in research, industry, and medical clinical settings will be systematically reviewed and discussed through the use of primary scientific literature and required readings. Students’ present peer reviewed scientific papers utilizing the biotechniques in class. Prerequisite: BIO 120, CHE 210
IDC410 Applied Clinical Research 6 This course enhances the practitioner’s clinical, analytical, and problem solving skills through the completion of a scientific research project. The student must write a scientific paper on a topic approved by the appropriate Program Chair following the format of the professional journal in discipline. The student must present the research project for critique by a project committee before credit can be awarded. One hour of lecture and five hours of independent study. Prerequisites ENG 101, ENG 102, MAT 201
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT110 College Algebra 3 The study of basic algebraic skills, principles, and applications. Includes equations in two variables, relations/functions with graphing techniques, and theory of polynomial equations.
MAT211 Statistics 3 A study of descriptive statistics with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics include data organization, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, normal distributions, hypothesis testing, correlations, and analysis of variance.
MAT211 Statistics 3 A study of descriptive statistics with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics include data organization, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, normal distributions, hypothesis testing, correlations, and analysis of variance.
MAT211 Statistics 3 A study of descriptive statistics with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics include data organization, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, normal distributions, hypothesis testing, correlations, and analysis of variance.
MAT211 Statistics 3 A study of descriptive statistics with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics include data organization, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, normal distributions, hypothesis testing, correlations, and analysis of variance.
MAT211 Statistics 3 A study of descriptive statistics with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics include data organization, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, normal distributions, hypothesis testing, correlations, and analysis of variance.
MAT211 Statistics 3 A study of descriptive statistics with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics include data organization, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, normal distributions, hypothesis testing, correlations, and analysis of variance.
MAT211 Statistics 3 A study of descriptive statistics with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics include data organization, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, normal distributions, hypothesis testing, correlations, and analysis of variance.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT240 Elements Of Calculus 3 Introductory study of selected topics of calculus, including limits, differential and integral calculus, and their appli-cations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 or ACT mathematics score of 22 or higher.
MAT310 Biostatistics 3 Explores the use of statistical methodology to analyze and interpret biological data. Topics will include probability, distributions, linear and multiple regression, ANOVA, hypothesis testing and nonparametric data analysis.
MAT310 Biostatistics 3 Explores the use of statistical methodology to analyze and interpret biological data. Topics will include probability, distributions, linear and multiple regression, ANOVA, hypothesis testing and nonparametric data analysis.
MATH1710 Precalculus Algebra 3
MATH1710 Precalculus 3
MATH1720 Precalculus II 3
MLS301 Urinalysis 2 This course is a study of the physiologic mechanisms of the kidney along with the importance of the kidney in homeostasis and other body fluids commonly encountered in the clinical laboratory. Laboratory practice is a required component. Prerequisite: Admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS311 Coagulation 2 This course is a study of the theory and procedures of the coagulation and fibrinolytic systems. Laboratory practice is a required component. Prerequisite: Admissions to the MLS program; Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester
MLS315 Hematology 3 This course is a study of the origin, maturation, and morphology of the normal formed elements of human blood and the theory and application of routine hema-tology tests, specimen collection and processing, and basic phlebotomy techniques. The anemias will also be studied in this course. Laboratory practice is a required component. Prerequisite: Admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS320 Clinical Lab Techniques 1 This course is an overview of issues and skills necessary in a modern laboratory environment to include relevant clinical laboratory techniques/procedures, quality assurance, and laboratory safety. A selected clinical experience in the assigned clinical laboratories is required upon successful completion of the didactic component.Prerequisite: Admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS326 Clinical Microbiology 5 This course is a study of the theory, practical application, technical performance, and evaluation of procedures in bacteriology and virology,. Topics include various procedures and techniques for isolation, identification, and susceptibility testing of normal and pathogenic organisms. Laboratory practice is a required component. Prerequisites: General/College microbiology and must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester, admission into the MLS program, successful completion of all MLS courses in the fall term. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the semester
MLS340 Introduction to Clinical Practicum 3 This course is a selected clinical experience in the assigned clinical laboratories. The introduction to clinical practicum will provide students the initial opportunity to train in a clinical lab after successfully completing the didactic components. The student will work under the supervision of medical laboratory scientists in clinical immunology, coagulation, urinalysis, and phlebotomy. Prerequisites: MLS 301, MLS 306, MLS 311, MLS 320.
MLS400 Molecular Diagnostics 2 This course is a study of the principles of molecular methods and their application in the diagnosis of disease. Topics include the anatomy of a gene, the roles and components of DNA and RNA in a cell, nucleic acid structure, and molecular techniques in a clinical laboratory. Prerequisite: Chemistry 1 and General Chemistry 2, Organic Chemistry I and II or higher level, MLS 301, MLS 306 successful completion of all MLS courses in the fall and spring terms, and admissions into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS405 Clinical Chemistry 6 This course is a study of the theory, techniques and procedures to identify and quantitate chemical analytes in blood and body fluids and the correlation of these analytes to human disease. Laboratory practice is a required component. Prerequisites: General Chemistry 1 and General Chemistry 2, Organic Chemistry I and II or higher level, successful completion of all MLS courses in the fall and spring terms, and admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS410 Clinical Practicum I 5 This course is a selected clinical experience in the assigned clinical laboratories. The clinical practicum will provide students an opportunity to develop competencies in immunohematology and hematology under the supervision of medical laboratory scientists. Prerequisites: MLS 301, MLS 306, MLS 311, MLS 315, MLS 325, MLS 330, MLS 335, and admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS416 Simulated Methods 2 This course is designed for students enrolled in the last trimester of the MLS program. Students will apply theory and techniques using didactic theory with various instructional modalities. Students will review work organization, correlate results, review quality control and quality assurance. Students will review educational materials in the areas of Medical Laboratory Science to prepare for a comprehensive examination at the end of the course, which will simulate the national certification examination for MLS>
MLS421 Clinical Seminar 2 This course is designed to prepare the students for career planning and employment. Topics will include HIPAA, ethics, professionalism, professional career development, interpersonal and interdisciplinary communication and team building. The students will complete the applications forms for the national certification examination and the Tennessee Medical Laboratory Board. Educational methodologies used to train/educate users will be included. Prerequisites: MLS 301, MLS 306, MLS 311, MLS 315, MLS 326, MLS 330, MLS 335, MLS 340, MLS 400, MLS 405, MLS 410, and admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS426 Laboratory Mgmt And Reseach 2 This course is a study of the principles of laboratory administration and operating a clinical laboratory. Topics include human resource management, operations management, governmental regulations, standards, decision making, users and research design/practice for the supervisor and laboratory manager. Prerequisites MLS 301, MLS 306, MLS 320, MLS 315, MLS 325, MLS 330, MLS 335, MLS 400, MLS 405, MLS 410, and admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS430 Clinical Practicum II 5 This course is a selected clinical experience in the assigned clinical laboratories after successful completion of all MLS courses in the fall, spring, and summer terms. The clinical practicum will provide students an opportunity to develop competencies in the assigned areas and laboratory procedures under the supervision of medical laboratory scientists. Prerequisites: MLS 301, MLS 306, MLS 311, MLS 315, MLS 325, MLS 330, MLS 335, MLS 340, MLS 400, MLS 405, MLS 410, and admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
MLS435 Clinical Parasitology/Mycology 2 This course will have an emphasis on the theory and concepts of parasitology and mycology for entry level MLS. The course is a study of the theory, practical application, technical performance, and evaluation of procedures in parasitology and mycology. Topics include various procedures and techniques for isolation, identification and testing for ova, parasites, mycology, and mycobacterial cultures. Prerequisites MLS 301, MLS 306, MLS 320, MLS 315, MLS 326, MLS 330, MLS 335, MLS 400, MLS 405, MLS 410, and admission into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester.
NDT101 Introduction to Neurodiagnostics 3 This course provides an overview of the different neurodiagnostic testing and monitoring modalities. The course introduces and identifies the responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and behaviors of technologists performing these modalities.
NDT201 Patient Prep and Instrumentation 3 This course provides instruction in electrode placement and basic neurodiagnostic instrumentation for EEG, EP and NCS. The emphasis is on the electrical signals and responses generated by the nervous system as recorded using neurodiagnostic technology. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week.
NDT202 Application Neuroscience Concepts 3 This course provides instruction in neurophysiological science concepts as these apply to clinical neurodiagnostic testing. The course includes neurochemical basis of nerve function, overview of neuroanatomical structures and systems such as the visual, auditory, vestibular, olfactory, motor, limbic, and somatosensory.
NDT203 Normal Electroencephalography 3 This course begins with the distinctive changes in the neonatal brain as it develops both before and after birth and landmarks in development as the neonate matures. Pediatric stages of development and normal adult patterns are introduced. Normal sleep, waking, and normal variant patterns are also described.
NDT204 Seizures and Neurological Disorders 3 This course is a study of electroencephalographic abnormalities associated with epilepsy, cerebrovascular disorders, neoplasms, infections, neurological disorders, disease processes and syndromes.
NDT205 Basic Evoked Potentials 3 This course provides instruction in evoked potential testing including visual, brainstem auditory and somatosensory evoked potentials. Clinical utility is discussed and intraoperative uses of evoked potentials are introduced. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week.
NDT206 Nerve Conduction Studies 3 This course describes basic nerve conduction procedures including standard peripheral nerve testing, late responses, blink reflex, repetitive stimulation, anomalous innervations, artifacts and normal control distributions. The clinical utility of NCS in neuropathy, motor neuron disease, radiculopathy, plexopathies and disorders of the neuromuscular junction are described. Two hours lecture, three hours lab per week.
NDT290 Clinical Practicum I 1 Introduction to the clinical setting in which students will participate in experiential learning activities in neurodiagnostic technology. Cognitive, psychomotor, and behavioral skills will be evaluated. One day of clinical experience per week.
NDT291 Cllinical Practicum II 6 Continuation of assigned experiential learning activities in neurodiagnostic technology clinical setting. Cognitive, psychomotor, and behavioral skills will be evaluated through competencies in neurodiagnostic procedures. Thirty-six hours of clinical experience per week.
NMT311 Patient Care in Nuclear Medicine 2 Focus on the development of clinical skills necessary to safely and effectively care for Nuclear Medicine Patients. Emphasis placed on radiation safety, venipuncture, infection control, dose administration, patient support, and patient transport.
NMT311 Patient Care in Nuclear Medicine 2 Focus on the development of clinical skills necessary to safely and effectively care for Nuclear Medicine Patients. Emphasis placed on radiation safety, venipuncture, infection control, dose administration, patient support, and patient transport.
NMT314 Foundations Of Nuc-Med Tech 3 Introduction to the basic principles and practice of nuclear medicine technology. Course will also include an introduction to professional organizations, professional issues, and medical ethics/law. Successful completion of program pre-professional courses or permission of the program chair.
NMT314 Foundations Of Nuc-Med Tech 3 Introduction to the basic principles and practice of nuclear medicine technology. Course will also include an introduction to professional organizations, professional issues, and medical ethics/law. Successful completion of program pre-professional courses or permission of the program chair.
NMT322 Clinical Procedures I 2 Study of the clinical theory as it applies to routine nuclear medicine procedures. Includes development of skills in image analysis, data collection, and case presentations.
NMT322 Clinical Procedures I 2 Study of the clinical theory as it applies to routine nuclear medicine procedures. Includes development of skills in image analysis, data collection, and case presentations.
NMT332 Nuclear Physics & Instrumentation 4 Study of nuclear physics including radionuclide production. Study of the components and performance characteristics of nuclear detectors including statistics of counting, energy spectrum analysis, and theory of processing images, and performance criteria including quality control procedures.
NMT332 Nuclear Physics & Instrumentation 4 Study of nuclear physics including radionuclide production. Study of the components and performance characteristics of nuclear detectors including statistics of counting, energy spectrum analysis, and theory of processing images, and performance criteria including quality control procedures.
NMT352 Applied Pharmacology 1 Study of adjunct medications used in nuclear medicine procedures during an in-vitro, diagnostic imaging, or therapeutic procedure to include preparation, dosage, dose administration, mechanism of action, side effects and patient monitoring. Also included are the preparation and administration of oral and IV contrasts used in the performance of imaging studies.
NMT393 Clinical Practicum I 4 Clinical experience obtained through assigned clinical rotations in routine and specialty areas. Twenty-four hours of clinical experience per week.
NMT393 Clinical Practicum I 4 Clinical experience obtained through assigned clinical rotations in routine and specialty areas. Twenty-four hours of clinical experience per week.
NMT396 Introduction to Clinical Practice 4 An introduction to the basic principles of clinical education. Course will include medical informatics and radiation safety regulations aspects including radiation monitoring, detection devices, and adherence to ALARA. Also included is the development of skills in venipuncture and administration of radioactive and non-radioactive agents. Course includes one credit hour theory, one credit hour lab, and two credit hours supervised clinical experience.
NMT396 Introduction to Clinical Practice 4 An introduction to the basic principles of clinical education. Course will include medical informatics and radiation safety regulations aspects including radiation monitoring, detection devices, and adherence to ALARA. Also included is the development of skills in venipuncture and administration of radioactive and non-radioactive agents. Course includes one credit hour theory, one credit hour lab, and two credit hours supervised clinical experience.
NMT423 Nuclear Cardiology 2 Study of the cardiac system with emphasis on nuclear imaging, quantification, and functional analysis. This course provides further development of clinical skills with emphasis on tomographic imaging
NMT423 Nuclear Cardiology 2 Study of the cardiac system with emphasis on nuclear imaging, quantification, and functional analysis. This course provides further development of clinical skills with emphasis on tomographic imaging
NMT426 Clinical Procedures III 3 Continuation of the study of clinical theory as it applies to nuclear medicine procedures including development of skills in image analysis, data collection, and case presentations.
NMT426 Clinical Procedures III 3 Continuation of the study of clinical theory as it applies to nuclear medicine procedures including development of skills in image analysis, data collection, and case presentations.
NMT434 PET Instrumentation/Protocols 2 Study of radionuclides and instrumentation used in positron emission tomography (PET) imaging. The basic protocols for PET and PET/CT imaging will be discussed including biomarkers used in molecular imaging.
NMT434 PET Instrumentation/Protocols 2 Study of radionuclides and instrumentation used in positron emission tomography (PET) imaging. The basic protocols for PET and PET/CT imaging will be discussed including biomarkers used in molecular imaging.
NMT436 Advanced Cardiology 1 The course is an introduction to Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) and provides the basis for responding to a critical care event. Topics covered include patient assessment, airway management, ECG rhythm interpretation, treatment protocols, pharmacological agents, and critical care algorithms. ACLS certification is required at the conclusion of the course.
NMT437 Clinical Procedures II 3 Continuation of the study of clinical theory as it applies to nuclear medicine procedures including development of skills in image analysis, data collection, and case presentations.
NMT437 Clinical Procedures II 3 Continuation of the study of clinical theory as it applies to nuclear medicine procedures including development of skills in image analysis, data collection, and case presentations.
NMT454 Nuclear Pharmacy 2 Study of the chemical and biological aspects of radiopharmaceuticals with emphasis on production of radionuclides, preparation and quality control of radiopharmaceuticals, and dose calculations.
NMT454 Nuclear Pharmacy 2 Study of the chemical and biological aspects of radiopharmaceuticals with emphasis on production of radionuclides, preparation and quality control of radiopharmaceuticals, and dose calculations.
NMT463 Research Methods I 1 Application of research methods with emphasis on performing a project including data collection, statistical analysis, and developing an abstract represented by a scientific poster.
NMT464 Research Methods II 1 A continuation of the research process introduction in NMT 463 with emphasis on completion of a final research project.
NMT473 Nuclear Medicine Symposium 2 This course is designed to develop leadership skills essential for the success of the health care professional. Analysis of the Components of Preparedness published by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certificate Board (NMTCB) and Content Specifications for the NMT exam published by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) will be included.
NMT494 Clinical Practicum II 4 Continuation of assigned rotations from Clinical Practicum I. Twenty-four hours of clinical experience per week.
NMT494 Clinical Practicum II 4 Continuation of assigned rotations from Clinical Practicum I. Twenty-four hours of clinical experience per week.
NMT496 Clinical Practicum IV 5 Continuation of assigned clinical rotations from Clinical Practicum III. Thirty-two hours of clinical experience per week.
NMT496 Clinical Practicum IV 5 Continuation of assigned clinical rotations from Clinical Practicum III. Thirty-two hours of clinical experience per week.
NMT497 Clinical Practicum III 4 Continuation of assigned rotations from Clinical Practicum II. Twenty-four hours of clinical experience per week.
NMT497 Clinical Practicum III 4 Continuation of assigned rotations from Clinical Practicum II. Twenty-four hours of clinical experience per week.
NSG303 Transition To Professional Nursing 3 Builds on prior experience of the registered nurse pursuing a baccalaureate degree with an emphasis on professional standards, nursing philosophies and theories, and current issues in practice. Critical thinking/clinical reasoning skills, professional communication, use of technology and portfolio development are integral com-ponents. This course is for the RN-BSN student only.
NSG304 Pharmacology 3 Focuses on the principles of pharmacology and pharmocogenetics. Pharmacologic management of disease prevention and disease management, including alternative therapies are emphasized. A culture of safety is stressed for the delivery of patient-centered care. Challenge exam available for RN-BSN completion students with the approval of the Dean of Nursing. Prerequisites: BIO 301
NSG304 Pharmacology 3 Focuses on the principles of pharmacology and pharmocogenetics. Pharmacologic management of disease prevention and disease management, including alternative therapies are emphasized. A culture of safety is stressed for the delivery of patient-centered care. Challenge exam available for RN-BSN completion students with the approval of the Dean of Nursing. Prerequisites: BIO 301
NSG305 Basic Skills of Nursing Practice 4 Focuses on clinical skills fundamental to the practice of nursing. The holistic care of patients, clinical decision-making, communication and collaboration, informatics, evidence-based practice and professionalism are introduced. Medical terminology and dosage calculation are integral components. Psychomotor skills are practiced in the laboratory setting and in patient-centered simulation exercises. Students are introduced to the health care environment. Two credit hours theory, two credit hours lab/clinical. Prerequisites: MAT 110; Pre/Corequisite NSG 306
NSG306 Health Assessment 3 Introduces basic concepts of health history and physical examination techniques for patients across the lifespan. Emphasizes normal developmental changes as well as deviations from normal. Introduces age-related changes and assessment instruments. Explores physical, psychosocial, cultural, and nutritional dimensions related to assessment. This course serves as validation for prior nursing education for the RN-BSN student. A challenge exam is available for RN-BSN students with the approval of the Dean of Nursing. Two credit hours theory, one credit hour lab. Prerequisite: BIO 301, PreRequisite/Co-Requisite PSY 301.
NSG306 Health Assessment 3 Introduces basic concepts of health history and physical examination techniques for patients across the lifespan. Emphasizes normal developmental changes as well as deviations from normal. Introduces age-related changes and assessment instruments. Explores physical, psychosocial, cultural, and nutritional dimensions related to assessment. This course serves as validation for prior nursing education for the RN-BSN student. A challenge exam is available for RN-BSN students with the approval of the Dean of Nursing. Two credit hours theory, one credit hour lab. Prerequisite: BIO 301, PreRequisite/Co-Requisite PSY 301.
NSG307 Essentials of Professional Nursing 3 Essential concepts and evolution of the professional nursing role.
NSG308 Foundational Concepts of Nursing 6 Foundational concepts and principles necessary to provide client-centered care. Pre-requisite: NSG306 and NSG307.
NSG335 Nursing Research Evidence Based 3 Provides the student with an overview of selected qualitative and quantitative research designs. The student is introduced to research terminology, information literacy and technology, ethical issues, data collection methods, and analysis and interpretation of data. Emphasis is on appraisal and utilization of research findings that impact safe, quality care outcomes. Focus is on evidence-based practice and the professional role of the evidence user. Prerequisites: MAT 211, NSG 321.
NSG335 Nursing Research Evidence Based 3 Provides the student with an overview of selected qualitative and quantitative research designs. The student is introduced to research terminology, information literacy and technology, ethical issues, data collection methods, and analysis and interpretation of data. Emphasis is on appraisal and utilization of research findings that impact safe, quality care outcomes. Focus is on evidence-based practice and the professional role of the evidence user. Prerequisites: MAT 211, NSG 321.
NSG340 Psych/Mental Health Nursing 5 Introduces health promotion, health maintenance, and restoration of health for patients experiencing acute and chronic mental/behavioral illnesses. Emphasizes safe and quality patient care, clinical reasoning, cultural sensitivity, effective and therapeutic communication, and professionalism. Experiential learning is provided in a variety of mental/behavioral health settings. The role of the baccalaureate generalist nurse is reinforced. Three credit hours theory, two credit hours clinical. Prerequisite: NSG 331.
NSG340 Psych/Mental Health Nursing 5
NSG341 Adult Health Concepts I 7 Concepts and principles necessary to provide client-centered nursing care to adults with common health alterations. Pre-requisite: NSG308; Co-requisite: NSG304.
NSG345 Perspectives On Healthy Aging 2 Focuses on healthy aging, health promotion, and minimizing the loss of independence associated with functional decline and illness. Integrates critical thinking and clinical reasoning to address the unique aspects of physical and psychosocial age-related changes of older adults. Communication and collaboration among the interprofessional team members are emphasized for patient-centered care of older adults and families. Prerequisite: NSG 321 (Traditional, pre-licensure students only).
NSG351 Adult Health Concepts II 7 Concepts and principles necessary to provide client-centered nursing care to adults with complex multi-system health alterations. Pre-requisite: NSG304 and NSG341.
NSG360 Population Health 5 Introduces the student to population-focused care with emphasis on health promotion and disease and injury prevention across the lifespan. Relationships between the determinants of health to health, illness, disease, disability and mortality are examined. Concepts of cultural and spiritual sensitivity, ethical decision making, disaster planning and preparedness, including mass casualty disasters, and advocacy for environmental and social justice as interventions for improving population health are emphasized. The role of the baccalaureate generalist nurse is reinforced. Three credit hours theory, two credit hours clinical. Prerequisite: NSG 331, NSG 335.
NSG361 Pediatric Nursing 4 Concepts and principles necessary to provide nursing care to children under 18 years of age and their families. Pre-requisite: NSG351.
NSG409 Maternal Newborn Nursing 4 Concepts and principles necessary to provide nursing care to neonates and child-bearing families. Pre-requisite: NSG351.
NSG415 Prof Nrse Role/Quality Care Pt Safe 3 Builds on professionalism and the values needed in the professional nurse role. The course focuses on the organizational skills and leadership knowledge needed to provide high quality and safe patient care. Communication and collaboration among health care professionals is emphasized. Health care policy, finance and regulatory environments are discussed as important considerations in professional nursing practice. A portion of the course focuses on the translation of current evidence and how the evidence is applied to nursing practice. Informatics and technology are integrated throughout the course. Prerequisite: NSG 331. This course is recommended to be taken the trimester prior to graduation.
NSG442 Senior Nursing Capstone 7 Focuses on the student's transition as a baccalaureate generalist graduate. Emphasis is on clinical/critical rea-soning to address simple to complex situations across the lifespan and health-illness continuum from a holistic approach. Provides experiential learning under the direction of nurse preceptors and nursing faculty in a variety of practice settings. The student engages in inquiry that is evidence-based and applies research principles in the clinical setting. Informatics and technology are integrated throughout the course. Synthesis of knowledge from prior nursing courses and general education studies is required for successful completion. Three credit hours theory, four credit hours clinical. Must be taken trimester of anticipated graduation. Prerequisite: NSG 415.
NSG445 Senior Seminar 1
NSG451 Population Health Nursing 5 Introduces the student to population-focused care with emphasis on health promotion and disease and injury prevention across the lifespan. Relationships between the determinants of health to health, illness, disease, disability and mortality are examined. Concepts of cultural and spiritual sensitivity, ethical decision making, disaster planning and preparedness, including mass casualty disasters, and advocacy for environmental and social justice as interventions for improving population health are emphasized. The role of the baccalaureate generalist nurse is reinforced. Three credit hours theory, two credit hours clinical. This course is for the RN-BSN student only. Prerequisite: NSG 335
NSG452 Population Health 3 This course introduces the student to population-focused care with emphasis on health promotion and disease and injury prevention across the lifespan. Relationships between the determinants of health to health, illness, disease, disability and mortality are examined. Concepts of cultural and spiritual sensitivity, ethical decision making, disaster planning and preparedness, including mass casualty disasters, and advocating for environmental and social justice for improving population health are emphasized. Three credit hours theory. Must be taken concurrently with NSG 453. This course is for RN-BSN students only. Pre-requisite: NSG 335.
NSG453 Population Health: Clinical Practic 2 This course provides experiential learning experiences in population-health nursing practice settings under the direction of a community-based preceptor and course faculty. The role of the baccalaureate generalist nurse is reinforced. Two credit hours clinical. This course is for RN-BSN students only. This course must be taken concurrently with NSG 452. Pre-requisite: NSG 335.
NSG462 Pro Nurs Role/Quality Care Pt Safe 4 NSG 462 Professional Nursing Role/Quality Care and Patient Safety (4) This course builds on professionalism and the values needed in the professional nurse role. Focus is on examining the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed of a nurse leader to provide high quality and safe patient care. A portion of the course focuses on the translation of current evidence and how the evidence is applied to nursing practice. Informatics and technology are integrated throughout the course. Topics include nursing leadership in the 21st century, healthcare reform, quality care initiatives, patient care delivery and the work environment, patient-centered care-HCAPS, reimbursement, and recognition. Four credit hours theory. Must be taken concurrently with NSG 463. This course is for the RN-BSN student only. Prerequisites: NSG 335 and Co-requisite: NSG 452.
NSG463 Pro Nur Role/Qual Care Clin Pract 2 Clinical experiences provide students with opportunities to coordinate care for individuals and families within and across levels of care. The student works with leaders to understand the importance of health policy, finance, and regulatory environments, and how these influence professional nursing practice. Two credit hours clinical. This course must be taken concurrently with NSG 462. This course is for the RN-BSN student only. Prerequisites: NSG 335 and Co-requisite: NSG 452.
NUT101 Fundamentals Of Nutrition 3 A study of basic principles of human nutrition with emphasis on nutrients, food sources and their function in the body, and human nutrition requirements throughout various phases of the life cycle.
PHI202 Critical Thinking 3 This course involves the development of creative and critical thinking skills. Emphasis on the creative process and the skills and techniques involved in dealing analytically with what is read and observed.
PHI301 Biomedical Ethics and Values 3 Study of ethical issues and values related to contemporary medical practices, biological innovations, and the impact of scientific and technological advancements. Emphasis on the critical analysis of human values and basic ethical positions which guide people’s lives.
PHI301 Biomedical Ethics and Values 3 Study of ethical issues and values related to contemporary medical practices, biological innovations, and the impact of scientific and technological advancements. Emphasis on the critical analysis of human values and basic ethical positions which guide people’s lives.
PHI301 Biomedical Ethics and Values 3 Study of ethical issues and values related to contemporary medical practices, biological innovations, and the impact of scientific and technological advancements. Emphasis on the critical analysis of human values and basic ethical positions which guide people’s lives.
PHI301 Biomedical Ethics and Values 3 Study of ethical issues and values related to contemporary medical practices, biological innovations, and the impact of scientific and technological advancements. Emphasis on the critical analysis of human values and basic ethical positions which guide people’s lives.
PHI301 Biomedical Ethics and Values 3 Study of ethical issues and values related to contemporary medical practices, biological innovations, and the impact of scientific and technological advancements. Emphasis on the critical analysis of human values and basic ethical positions which guide people’s lives.
PHI301 Biomedical Ethics and Values 3 Study of ethical issues and values related to contemporary medical practices, biological innovations, and the impact of scientific and technological advancements. Emphasis on the critical analysis of human values and basic ethical positions which guide people’s lives.
PHIL1010 Western Philosophical Traditions 3
PHY305 Physics I 4 The study of classical concepts in physics including measurements and mathematical concepts, laws of motion and kinematics, mechanical waves and sounds, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Corerequisite: MAT 110.
PHY305 Physics I 4 The study of classical concepts in physics including measurements and mathematical concepts, laws of motion and kinematics, mechanical waves and sounds, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Corerequisite: MAT 110.
PHY305 Physics I 4 The study of classical concepts in physics including measurements and mathematical concepts, laws of motion and kinematics, mechanical waves and sounds, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Corerequisite: MAT 110.
PHY305 Physics I 4 The study of classical concepts in physics including measurements and mathematical concepts, laws of motion and kinematics, mechanical waves and sounds, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Corerequisite: MAT 110.
PHY315 Physics II 4 The socialization and education of various providers; the provider patient relationship; and disparities in the study of electrical potential, current and resistance, magnetic forces and fields in addition to various aspects of optics. There will be a focus on modern physics that will include the atom, nuclear physics, radioactivity and forms of radiation. Principles are tested and reinforced in the laboratory sessions. Three hours lecture, three hours weekly laboratory. Prerequisite: PHY 305.
PHY315 Physics II 4 The socialization and education of various providers; the provider patient relationship; and disparities in the study of electrical potential, current and resistance, magnetic forces and fields in addition to various aspects of optics. There will be a focus on modern physics that will include the atom, nuclear physics, radioactivity and forms of radiation. Principles are tested and reinforced in the laboratory sessions. Three hours lecture, three hours weekly laboratory. Prerequisite: PHY 305.
PHY315 Physics II 4 The socialization and education of various providers; the provider patient relationship; and disparities in the study of electrical potential, current and resistance, magnetic forces and fields in addition to various aspects of optics. There will be a focus on modern physics that will include the atom, nuclear physics, radioactivity and forms of radiation. Principles are tested and reinforced in the laboratory sessions. Three hours lecture, three hours weekly laboratory. Prerequisite: PHY 305.
PHYS2010 General Physics I 3
PHYS2020 General Physics II 3
POH301 Population Health Foundation 3
POH320 Global Health Perspectives 3 Explores past and current issues of public health in a global context. Focuses on historic origin of global health, unequal distribution of health and disease in the world, rationale for improving global health, modes of intervention, global actors, social and cultural factors affecting global health, impact of globalization on public health, and future challenges. Pre-requisite: POH 315
POH330 Aspects of Environmental Health 3 POH 330 Aspects of Environmental Health (3) Examines environmental factors that affect human health. Topics include health hazards associated with contaminated water, food and air, vectors of disease, exposure to toxic chemicals, environmental regulations and safety in the work place. Pre-requisite: POH 315
POH340 Promoting Positive Youth Developmnt 3 An overview of youth development concepts, principles, theoretical frameworks and practices to help advance adolescent health and promote positive youth development. Emphasis is placed on methods for promotion of positive youth development, and the relevance of adolescent health for the public, medical science, and public health. Pre-requisite: POH 315
POH370 Global Chronic Diseases 3 Focuses on emerging chronic diseases that affect local, national and international populations. Students will evaluate the epidemiology data, major risk factors and approaches to reducing the impact of chronic disease in the population. Pre-requisite: POH 315
POH375 Global Infectious Diseases 3 A broad introduction to the principles of infectious diseases important for local, national, and global health. Focusing on bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic pathogens; mechanisms of disease; host immune response to pathogens, and epidemiology. With emphasis on developing an understanding of the concept of neglected diseases and their association with poverty and health inequalities, the critical factors for emergence/re-emergence of infectious diseases, and the challenges and implications for disease control, eradication, and response. Pre-requisite: BIO 201 or BIO 110
POH375 Global Infectious Diseases 3 A broad introduction to the principles of infectious diseases important for local, national, and global health. Focusing on bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic pathogens; mechanisms of disease; host immune response to pathogens, and epidemiology. With emphasis on developing an understanding of the concept of neglected diseases and their association with poverty and health inequalities, the critical factors for emergence/re-emergence of infectious diseases, and the challenges and implications for disease control, eradication, and response. Pre-requisite: BIO 201 or BIO 110
POH401 Population Health Educ & Promotion 3 An introduction to the principles and strategies for health education in public health practice settings focusing on best practices for intervention and education development. Pre-requisite: POH 315
POH410 Population Health Program Planning 4 Examine key principles of community health promotion, education, and community based participatory research (CBPR). Emphasis is placed on identifying challenges in working with diverse populations. An experiential lab component will engage students in the processes of education and intervention development. Pre-requisite: POH 401
POH410L Population Health Prog Planning Lab 0
POH415 Global Ethics and Justice 3 Explores the ethical and philosophical basis of population health research, practice, and policy. Ethical theories are explored and critically examined, with a focus on their application to public health. Emphasis is placed on health disparities, health equity, and social justice, particularly as these concepts relate to the global community. Pre-requisite: PHI 301
POH425 Children and Families: Issues 3 An interdisciplinary approach providing foundational knowledge about current issues in health and society, both globally and domestically, that impact maternal and children’s health, which includes women of reproductive age, infants, children and families. A special emphasis is placed on the role of poverty in health issues and processes for women and children. Pre-requisite: POH 401
POH430 Population Health Profession 3 An analysis of the multiple determinants of health including medical care, socioeconomics, the interactions of the physical environment and individual behavior, and ethical and managerial issues in population health improvement. Focus on the use and collection of quantitative and qualitative data to inform their public health/population health work. This course will provide a practical approach to analyzing and using existing data sources. Successful completion of this course is required for enrollment in POH 450 Population Health Capstone. Pre/Co-requisite: Course is taught concurrently with or as a prerequisite to HCM 442: Managerial Epidemiology, Population Health.
POH450 Population Health Capstone 7 Students test theoretical knowledge against real life practical experiences, and to integrate basic and advanced concepts acquired during their education. The capstone will include Internships based in local public health departments and public health community organizations. Culminating in a project that demonstrates understanding of the application of public health theory, principles, and methods in real-life settings. Pre-requisite: POH 430
POH470 Topics in Population Health 1 Study of selected topics or current issues in Population Health. Provides students opportunities to engage in and explore various topics pertinent to the field of public health. Course may be repeated with permission from the Chair.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY201 General Psychology 3 An introduction to general psychological theories and methods as applied to an understanding of humans interacting with the environment. Topics include personality, emotion, sensation, perception, learning, conditioning, and psychological evaluation.
PSY301 Human Growth and Development 3 Examination of the biopsychosocial aspects of development of the individual across the life span. Growth and development of the physical body, motor skills, intellectual skills along with emotional and social behavior.
PSY301 Human Growth and Development 3 Examination of the biopsychosocial aspects of development of the individual across the life span. Growth and development of the physical body, motor skills, intellectual skills along with emotional and social behavior.
PSY301 Human Growth and Development 3 Examination of the biopsychosocial aspects of development of the individual across the life span. Growth and development of the physical body, motor skills, intellectual skills along with emotional and social behavior.
PSY301 Human Growth and Development 3 Examination of the biopsychosocial aspects of development of the individual across the life span. Growth and development of the physical body, motor skills, intellectual skills along with emotional and social behavior.
PSY320 Abnormal Psychology 3 A study of the basic concepts of the development and definition of psychopathology with an emphasis on the causes and types of abnormal phenomena, mental hygiene, and therapeutic methods. Prerequisite: PSY 201.
PSYC1030 General Psychology 3
RAD200 Introduction to Medical Radiography 2 Introduction to the basic aspects of radiologic technology including HIPAA, program handbook, radiation protection and safety, and radiology terminology, related to all expected clinical behaviors. Clinical education component with basic instructions for chest, abdomen, and hand procedures. This course must be taken in the second mini-term of the summer prior to starting the clinical rotations in the fall term. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: AHS 204
RAD210 Patient Care in Radiologic Sciences 2 This course is designed to provide the basic concepts of patient care, including consideration for the physical and psychological needs of the patient and family. Routine and emergency patient care procedures are described, as well as infection control procedures using standard precautions. The role of the radiographer in patient education is identified.
RAD210 Patient Care in Radiologic Sciences 2 This course is designed to provide the basic concepts of patient care, including consideration for the physical and psychological needs of the patient and family. Routine and emergency patient care procedures are described, as well as infection control procedures using standard precautions. The role of the radiographer in patient education is identified.
RAD211 Foundations of Medical Radiography 3 Fundamental concepts of medical imaging. Focus of physical and technical skills needed to apply ionizing radiation with an emphasis on the introduction to radiographic positioning terminology, the proper manipulation of equipment, and basic radiographic procedures.
RAD221 Radiographic Procedures I & Lab 2 Proper positioning of the client for demonstration of suspect pathology of the chest, abdomen, and the contents of each. Closely correlated with anatomy and physiology. Laboratory practice is a required component.
RAD320 Radiographic Procedures II & Lab 2 This course introduces radiography of the vertebral column, upper and lower GI studies, and the urinary system. It also includes information for dealing with specific radiographic situations such as trauma and mobile radiography. Laboratory practice is a required component.
RAD320 Radiographic Procedures II & Lab 2 This course introduces radiography of the vertebral column, upper and lower GI studies, and the urinary system. It also includes information for dealing with specific radiographic situations such as trauma and mobile radiography. Laboratory practice is a required component.
RAD322 Radiographic Procedures III & Lab 2 This course introduces radiography of the skull, sinuses, and facial bones. It also includes information related to specialized procedures such as interventional radiography, bone densitometry, and contrast arthrography. Laboratory practice is a required component.
RAD322 Radiographic Procedures III & Lab 2 This course introduces radiography of the skull, sinuses, and facial bones. It also includes information related to specialized procedures such as interventional radiography, bone densitometry, and contrast arthrography. Laboratory practice is a required component.
RAD331 Intro To Radiation Physics 3 Review of necessary math and physics, the structure of matter including electron configurations and the nucleus, the x-ray circuit, interactions between ionizing radiation and matter, and the application of principles necessary for the production of x-rays and gamma rays.
RAD331 Intro To Radiation Physics 3 Review of necessary math and physics, the structure of matter including electron configurations and the nucleus, the x-ray circuit, interactions between ionizing radiation and matter, and the application of principles necessary for the production of x-rays and gamma rays.
RAD331 Intro To Radiation Physics 3 Review of necessary math and physics, the structure of matter including electron configurations and the nucleus, the x-ray circuit, interactions between ionizing radiation and matter, and the application of principles necessary for the production of x-rays and gamma rays.
RAD331 Intro To Radiation Physics 3 Review of necessary math and physics, the structure of matter including electron configurations and the nucleus, the x-ray circuit, interactions between ionizing radiation and matter, and the application of principles necessary for the production of x-rays and gamma rays.
RAD340 Image Production and Eval & Lab 2 Analysis of the various technical factors and equipment that affect the radiographic image. Laboratory practice is a required component.
RAD340 Image Production and Eval & Lab 2 Analysis of the various technical factors and equipment that affect the radiographic image. Laboratory practice is a required component.
RAD341 Image Eval/ Research Concepts & Lab 2 This course emphasizes the critical thinking processes needed to evaluate image production to include research presentations and writing. Laboratory practice is a required component.
RAD390 Clinical Practicum I 4 Skills development in basic radiographic procedures. Topics include effective communication, operation of equipment, client care, and technical skills development. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RAD390 Clinical Practicum I 4 Skills development in basic radiographic procedures. Topics include effective communication, operation of equipment, client care, and technical skills development. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RAD393 Clinical Practicum II 4 Applications of concepts in a clinical setting. Emphasis on progression from the role of observer, to assistant, then to relative independence under the supervision of qualified clinical instructors, radiographers, and faculty. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RAD393 Clinical Practicum II 4 Applications of concepts in a clinical setting. Emphasis on progression from the role of observer, to assistant, then to relative independence under the supervision of qualified clinical instructors, radiographers, and faculty. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RAD394 Clinical Practicum III 4 Clinical course emphasizing progression from the role of assistant to greater independence under the supervision of qualified instructors, radiographers, and faculty. Clinical experiences progress in level of difficulty. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week
RAD432 Rad Biology and Protection 3 An emphasis on radiation safety and radiobiology in the clinical area to include patient and occupational dose.
RAD432 Rad Biology and Protection 3 An emphasis on radiation safety and radiobiology in the clinical area to include patient and occupational dose.
RAD432 Rad Biology and Protection 3 An emphasis on radiation safety and radiobiology in the clinical area to include patient and occupational dose.
RAD432 Rad Biology and Protection 3 An emphasis on radiation safety and radiobiology in the clinical area to include patient and occupational dose.
RAD454 Comparative Pathology 3 This course is designed to provide the student with the knowledge of human disease or trauma and how these processes are depicted by various imaging technologies.
RAD472 Radiologic Tech Symposium 3 The study and analysis of selected examinations/procedures and digital imaging topics form the basis of this course with an emphasis on preparation for the board examination.
RAD472 Radiologic Tech Symposium 3 The study and analysis of selected examinations/procedures and digital imaging topics form the basis of this course with an emphasis on preparation for the board examination.
RAD481 CT Instrumentation and Physics 2 Examination of computed tomography (CT) instrumentation and physics to include system operation and components, image processing and display, image quality, artifact recognition, and quality control.
RAD481 CT Instrumentation and Physics 2 Examination of computed tomography (CT) instrumentation and physics to include system operation and components, image processing and display, image quality, artifact recognition, and quality control.
RAD481 CT Instrumentation and Physics 2 Examination of computed tomography (CT) instrumentation and physics to include system operation and components, image processing and display, image quality, artifact recognition, and quality control.
RAD481 CT Instrumentation and Physics 2 Examination of computed tomography (CT) instrumentation and physics to include system operation and components, image processing and display, image quality, artifact recognition, and quality control.
RAD483 CT Procedures and Protocols 2 Examination of computed tomography (CT) procedures and protocols to include positioning, acquisition methods, parameter selection, and special procedures.
RAD483 CT Procedures and Protocols 2 Examination of computed tomography (CT) procedures and protocols to include positioning, acquisition methods, parameter selection, and special procedures.
RAD483 CT Procedures and Protocols 2 Examination of computed tomography (CT) procedures and protocols to include positioning, acquisition methods, parameter selection, and special procedures.
RAD483 CT Procedures and Protocols 2 Examination of computed tomography (CT) procedures and protocols to include positioning, acquisition methods, parameter selection, and special procedures.
RAD484 Digital Imaging 3 This course examines the study and analysis of radiographic image production and image evaluation from a computed radiography (CR) and digital imaging perspective. Picture archiving communication systems (PACS), radiology information systems (RIS), and hospital information systems (HIS) will be discussed.
RAD484 Digital Imaging 3 This course examines the study and analysis of radiographic image production and image evaluation from a computed radiography (CR) and digital imaging perspective. Picture archiving communication systems (PACS), radiology information systems (RIS), and hospital information systems (HIS) will be discussed.
RAD484 Digital Imaging 3 This course examines the study and analysis of radiographic image production and image evaluation from a computed radiography (CR) and digital imaging perspective. Picture archiving communication systems (PACS), radiology information systems (RIS), and hospital information systems (HIS) will be discussed.
RAD490 Clinical Practicum IV 4 Moves the student towards full independence. Provides opportunities to refine skills through independent practice. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RAD490 Clinical Practicum IV 4 Moves the student towards full independence. Provides opportunities to refine skills through independent practice. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RAD493 CT / MRI Practicum 4 Applications in Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging settings. Topics include operation of equipment, patient safety, technical skills, and client care.
RAD494 MRI Instrumentation And Phys 2 Examination of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) instrumentation and physics to include system operation and components, quality control, and acquisition methods.
RAD495 MRI Procedures and Protocols 3 Examination of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) procedures and protocols to include positioning, parameter selection, image processing and display, and special procedures.
RAD495 MRI Procedures and Protocols 3 Examination of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) procedures and protocols to include positioning, parameter selection, image processing and display, and special procedures.
RCP210 Basic Skills in Resp Care Practice 2 This course is an introduction of basic skills fundamental to the practices of Respiratory Care. Content includes but is not limited to principles of documentation, patient assessment techniques, patient safety techniques, medical devices use, and AARC clinical practice guidelines. The course consists of 2 hours of lecture and 2 hours of lab per week.
RCP301 Clinical Practicum I 4 Application of client assessment, treatment, and evaluation in the general care environment of the hospital. Reinforcement of concepts and skills learned in current and prior didactic lab courses will be applied. Competency evaluation of Respiratory Care modalities will be completed
RCP303 Foundations Of Clinical Practice 2 Course introduces foundational elements of clinical practice. Practicum emphasizes basic assessment of cardiopulmonary function; collection and interpretation of clinical findings; and documentation of assessment findings and respiratory care therapeutics/intervention.
RCP307 Clinical Practicum II 4 Application of advanced respiratory care modalities in the critical care environment of the hospital. Reinforcement of concepts and skills learned in current and prior didactic/lab courses will be applied. Competency evaluation of respiratory care modalities will be completed.
RCP308 Pharmacology 2 Course covers general principles of pharmacology as well as respiratory, antiinfective, and cardiovascular system drugs. Selected central nervous system, autonomic nervous system, corticosteroid, diuretic, and ant-acid agents as they relate to respiratory and critical care will be discussed.
RCP309 Prin Of Mechanical Ventilation 2 Course content is a comprehensive study of the physiologic principles and functions relevant to ventilation; impaired ventilation and therapeutic interventions; and indications for mechanical ventilation.
RCP310 Foundations of Respiratory Care 3 A study of the fundamental laws and theories of chemistry, physics, and patient care procedures as related to respiratory care. Two hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week. Successful completion of all program prerequisites or permission of program chair.
RCP311 Respiratory Care Theory I 4 Study of respiratory care modalities, equipment design and operation, up to mechanical ventilatory support. Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week.
RCP312 Respiratory Care Theory II 4 Study of the initiation, implementation, and discontinuation of adult mechanical ventilation. Includes identification and treatment of respiratory failure in the adult. ACLS Certification is included. Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week.
RCP313 Adv Cardio Life Supprt Providr Prep 1 This course is an introduction to Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) and provides the basis for responding to a critical care event. Topics covered include patient assessment, airway management, ECG rhythm interpretation, treatment protocols, pharmacological agents, and critical care algorithms. ACLS certification is required and the conclusion of the course.
RCP357 Diagnostic Techniques 2 This course involves study of diagnostic techniques and interpretation of findings relevant to assessing cardiopulmonary physiology and function. Diagnostic procedures to be explored include: pulmonary function testing, bronchoscopy, electrocardiography, radiography, and arterial sampling.
RCP401 Clinical Practicum III 4 Application of advanced respiratory care modalities in the critical care, neonatal intensive care, and home care settings. Reinforcement of concepts and skills learned in current and prior didactic lab courses will be applied. Competency evaluation of respiratory care modalities will be completed.
RCP402 Clinical Practicum IV 4 Application of specialty care modalities within and beyond the acute care setting. Reinforcement of concepts and skills learned in current and prior didactic/lab courses will be applied. Competency evaluation of respiratory care modalities will be completed.
RCP405 Clinical Practicum IV 5 Application of specialty care modalities within and be-yond the acute care setting. Reinforcement of concepts and skills learned in current and prior didactic/lab courses will be applied. Competency evaluation of respiratory care modalities will be completed.
RCP413 Respiratory Care Theory III 4 Study of adult mechanical ventilation and cardi-ac/pulmonary monitoring techniques that are used in critical care settings, including hemodynamics as well as fluid and electrolyte balance. Three hours of lecture and one hour of laboratory per week.
RCP416 Capstone Competency/Res Care 2 Comprehensive assessment of knowledge-base and skillset requirements essential to clinical practice and workforce readiness; includes student-driven facilitation of current trends and needs in professional practice.
RCP421 Clinical Internshp:Respiratory Care 3 Provides an opportunity for intensive study and experi-ence in an area of the student’s choice. Can include, but is not limited to, research, education, management, business, neonatal care, ECMO, subacute/home care, physician office practice, case management, diagnostics, hyperbaric medicine, or polysomnography.
RCP431 Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory 3 Study of fetal development and the transition to extrauterine environment. Includes the most common cardiopulmonary birth defects, neonatal and pediatric disease processes, and the appropriate mode of treatment.
RCP433 Expanded Clin Prac/Res Care 2 Course provides an overview of the roles of respiratory care practitioners beyond that of the traditional acute care environment. Content explores roles and responsibilities relative to cardiopulmonary rehabilitation; home and pal-liative care; primary care; case management; and polysomnography.
RCP435 Community & Public Health/RCP 2 Course introduces key aspects relevant to community health and roles of respiratory care practitioners in health maintenance, prevention, mitigation, and promotion. Course content emphasizes: evidence-based disease management; cultural and socioeconomic considerations for community health; emergency manage-ment/preparedness models; financial impact of commu-nity health and wellness; health services collaborations; and utilization of technology.
RTT310 Foundations of Radiation Therapy 3 Course is designed to provide student with an overview of radiation therapy and the practitioner’s role in the health care delivery system. Principles, practices, and policies of health care organizations. Professional responsibilities of the radiation therapist will be discussed.
RTT389 Intro to Clinical Praticum 3 Content is designed to provide students with experiential learning experiences for reinforcing concepts and skills learned in Foundations of Radiation Therapy.
RTT392 Clinical Practicum I 4 Clinical experience obtained through assigned rotations in various affiliates. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RTT393 Clinical Practicum II 4 Continuation of assigned rotations from Clinical Practicum I. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RTT394 Oncology Patient Care 3 Content is designed to provide students with concepts and competencies in assessment and evaluation of the patient diagnosed with cancer under treatment. Psychological needs, physical needs, psychosocial considerations, factor affecting treatment outcome, and medical record management will be present and examined.
RTT423 Radiation Therapy Symposium 2 This course is designed to develop leadership skills es-sential for the success of the health care professional. The students will review selected procedures with an emphasis on preparation for board exam and will prepare a portfolio.
RTT434 Radiation Therapy Treatmnt Planning 3 Content is designed to establish factors that influence and govern clinical planning of patient treatment. This encompasses isodose descriptions, patient contouring, radiobiologic considerations, dosimetric calculations, compensations and clinical application of treatment beams. Optimal treatment planning is emphasized along with particle beams. Stereotactic and emerging technologies are presented.
RTT492 Clinical Practicum III 4 Continuation of assigned rotations from Clinical Practi-cum II. Twenty-four hours of clinic per week.
RTT494 Clinical Practicum IV 5 Continuation of assigned rotations from Clinical Practicum III. Thirty two hours of clinic per week.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC201 Medical Sociology 3 An examination of the diverse social, cultural, political, and economic context of medicine and health and illness processes. Topics include defining medical care and health care; social and cultural determinants; health processes, outcomes, and the distribution of disease; health and illness behaviors; the organization of medical care delivery; distribution of health and medical resources.
SOC310 Sociology of Aging 3 An examination of aging as a social process rather than simply a biological one. Topics include understanding the diversity of the aging population; examining beliefs, norms, and values regarding aging and how these impact the aging experience; and exploring aging and ageism as they relate to areas of social stratification including family, employment, income, housing, and health and illness. Prerequisite: ENG 102
SOC310 Sociology of Aging 3 An examination of aging as a social process rather than simply a biological one. Topics include understanding the diversity of the aging population; examining beliefs, norms, and values regarding aging and how these impact the aging experience; and exploring aging and ageism as they relate to areas of social stratification including family, employment, income, housing, and health and illness. Prerequisite: ENG 102
SPA201 Spanish I 3 Basic grammar and practice in conversation, reading, and composition. For beginning student.
SPA202 Spanish II 3 Grammar review, conversation, and reading in Spanish literature. Prerequisite: SPA 201.

God's Blessings

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Jeremiah 29:11