2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

Courses

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AH 102 Growth and Development 3 cr.
  • Offered: Fall Winter
Developing a concept of human life from birth to death. Emphasis is on the normal stages of growth and development of the human being at different ages. This course serves as a framework within which students explore their own feelings concerning the life process and develop a philosophy concerning the appreciation of that process.
AH 107 Clinical Pharmacology Lecture 3 cr.  (3-0-0)
  • Offered: Fall
  • Prerequisites: Completion of BI 104 or BI 201/BI 202, or BI 207/BI 208 with a 2.0 GPA or better. Practical Nursing Certificate students will take this course in lieu of NU 221, unless permission received from instructor or previous applicable course.

This course is designed for the health care professional that will be administering medications and has a limited knowledge of drug calculation. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the review of pathophysiology, actions, therapeutic uses, client teaching and administration of medications.  

AH 171 Medical Terminology 4 cr.  (4-0-0)
  • Offered: Fall Winter

The terminology for each major body system is presented. Emphasis is placed on correct identification and spelling of the body systems and the commonly used diagnostic tests and treatment terms for each system. 

Notes:

Cross listed as CLS 171. Formerly OIS 171.

AH 336 Health Care in a Multi-Cultural Society 3 cr.  (3-0-0)
  • Offered: On Demand
  • Prerequisites: EN 211 and sophomore standing or permission of Instructor.

The course is designed to expand the student’s knowledge of transcultural health care through the study of cultural practices and patterns relative to health and illness among groups of people. Emphasis is on identification of ways in which health care assessments and interventions may be modified to accommodate racial and cultural differences of clients and their families.

Notes:

Formerly NU 336 Nursing in a Multi-Cultural Society.