HLTK 1200 Medical Terminology (3L,3CR):
An introduction to medical vocabulary and terminology. The use of abbreviations, suffixes, and combining forms are stressed to give the student a working knowledge of medical terms.
OCTH 2000 Introduction to Occupational Therapy (2L,2CR):
This course is designed to introduce students to the occupational therapy profession. As the history, scope of practice, objectives and functions of occupational therapy are addressed, students will affirm their academic decision.
PSYC 1000 General Psychology (4L,4CR)[E][CS]:
One semester introductory psychology course designed to familiarize the student with the major areas of psychological research. Course orientation is directed toward understanding behavior through an experimental approach. Application of course content to everyday behavior situations is emphasized.
PSYC 2300 Developmental Psychology (3L,3CR)[E]:
Provides an overview of child growth and development through adolescence using a lifespan approach, the theoretical bases for the area of child study, application of solutions to developmental problems, and the physical, psychological, social and emotional aspects of child psychology, as well as current research on the topic. Prerequisite: three to four hours of 1000 level introductory psychology.
PSYC 2340 Abnormal Psychology (3L,3LB,3CR)[E]:
A general study of abnormal behaviors including types, etiology, and treatment approaches. Prerequisite: seven hours of psychology or PSYC 1000 and four credits of biology.
PSYC 2360 Lifespan: Adulthood and Aging (1L,1CR)[E]:
An overview of the lifespan from adulthood to later maturity, the theoretical bases for adult development, and the psychological, physical, social and emotional aspects of adult transitions. Current research methodology on adulthood will be emphasized. Prerequisite: PSYC 2300 or concurrent enrollment with consent of instructor.
STAT 2050 Fundamentals of Statistics (5L,5CR)[E][QB]:
Primarily for the students of the life sciences, behavioral sciences, and physical sciences. Includes frequency distributions and graphics, central tendency, dispersion, useful probability models, and basic statistical inference including linear regression and correlation. Prerequisite: a C or better in MATH 1000 or MATH 1400, or an ACT Math score of 23 or better, or an appropriate COMPASS Exam score within the past year.
ZOO 2040 Human Anatomy (3L,3CR)[E][SB]:
This course is designed to give students a hands-on experience with the microscopic and macroscopic elements of human anatomy. Topics covered include human anatomical principles ranging from the cellular to the organ system level. This course is intended to provide students with a solid anatomical background, which may be used to assist in learning human physiology. (This course must be combined with ZOO 2041 and ZOO 2110 in order to fulfill an anatomy and physiology requirement. *NOTE: a maximum of 8 credit hours in an Anatomy and Physiology course sequence may be applied toward graduation.) (Cross-listed at UW as KIN 2040.)
ZOO 2041 Human Anatomy Lab (3LB,1CR)[E][SB]:
To be taken concurrent with ZOO 2040 Human Anatomy. (Cross-listed at UW as KIN 2041.)
ZOO 2110 Human Physiology (3L,3LB,4CR):
This course is a scientific inquiry into the physiology of select organ systems in the human body during homeostasis. Physical exertion, environmental effects and pathological change will also be discussed as they pertain to physiological change in organ system function. Physiologic concepts will be related to anatomical organization. (This course must be combined with ZOO 2040 and ZOO 2041 in order to fulfill an anatomy and physiology requirement.*NOTE: a maximum of 8 credit hours in an Anatomy and Physiology course sequence may be applied toward graduation.) (Cross listed with PEPR 2110.)