Course Information

for Non-Degree Seeking Department

 

Microbiology (BIOL143)

Credits:4

General Chemistry Equivalency (CHEM 151EQ)

Credits:0

Principles Of Chemistry I (CHEM141)

Credits:3

Principles Of Chemistry II (CHEM142)

Credits:3

Cheml142 (CHEM142L)

Credits:3

Lower Division Elective Equivalent (ELEC102EL)

Credits:3

French Language Equivalent (FRE100EQ)

Credits:3

Humanities Lower Division Equivalent Satisfied (HMNT101EQ)

Credits:3

Humanities Lower Division Equivalent Satisfied (HMNT102EQ)

Credits:3

Lower Division Fitness Equivalent (HPER100EQ)

Credits:0

Primary Research Directed Study (HTSC490H)

Credits:2

Students will do primary research under the direction of a faculty member. They will write a paper that includes a literature review of what they are researching as well as a report on the progress of the research.

College Algebra Equivalent Satisfied (MATH120EQ)

Credits:0

This course meets the College Algebra requirement because it is a higher level MATH course

Directed Study in Health Promotion and Assessment for RNs (NRSG339)

Credits:3

Directed Study in OTA (OCTH159(2))

Credits:2

Clinical Practicum II (PHTH873)

Credits:2

This course is the second of five full-time physical therapist-supervised clinical education experiences designed to allow the student to practice didactic and clinical skills with an emphasis on patient/client management, professional behaviors, and physical therapy practice patterns in a variety of physical therapy practice settings. This course is four weeks in duration with a minimum of 40 hours per week.

Survey of Physics Equivalent (PHYS121EQ)

Credits:0

Survey of Physics Equivalent Satisfied

Upper Division Religion Equivalent (RELE300EQ)

Credits:3

This course will satisfy and upper division religion elective

Caring for the Religious Patient in a Pluralistic World (RELP630)

Credits:0

This course provides an entrée to major religion groups in the United States, with a focus on beliefs and practices that undergird patient preferences throughout the life cycle. Topics covered include understanding of the causes of illness, modes of healing, religious rituals, dietary expectations, preferred modes of communication and decision making, limits of physical contact, gender expectations, responses to life -extending technology, etc. Given the wide diversity of viewpoint and practice within each religion, the exercise of cultural and religious humility is essential.

Lower Division Sonography coursework (SONO32)

Credits:0

Training (Training)

Credits:0

This is a training course for canvas