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Spring 2015 Semester Courses

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509-302 Human Body in Health & Disease

Study normal body structure and function as well as the causes, signs and symptoms of diseases of the major body systems, as well as the diagnostic procedures, usual treatment, prognosis and prevention of common diseases.

Course Credits

3

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 509-302-002

Course Notes

Prerequisites: 501-101 Medical Terminology (or concurrent) or 501-150 Exploring Medical Language 1 and 501-151 Exploring Medical Language 2 (or concurrent);; and COMPASS-Reading Skills or ASSET-Reading Skills or Accuplacer Reading Comprehensi or ACT-Reading or TABE Advanced Reading or COMPASS/ESL - Reading or College Proficiency - Reading or 838-105 Intro Reading & Study Skills (or concurrent); and COMPASS-Writing Skills or ASSET-Writing Skills or Accuplacer Sentence Skills or ACT-English or TABE Advanced Language or COMPASS/ESL - Grammar or College Proficiency - Writing or Completed Intro College Wrtg or 831-103 Intro to College Writing (or concurrent) or 801-195 Written Communication

Prerequisite(s): 501-101 Medical Terminology (or concurrent) or 501-150 Exploring Medical Language 1 and 501-151 Exploring Medical Language 2 (or concurrent);; and COMPASS-Reading Skills or ASSET-Reading Skills or Accuplacer Reading Comprehensi or ACT-Reading or TABE Advanced Reading or COMPASS/ESL - Reading or College Proficiency - Reading or 838-105 Intro Reading & Study Skills (or concurrent); and COMPASS-Writing Skills or ASSET-Writing Skills or Accuplacer Sentence Skills or ACT-English or TABE Advanced Language or COMPASS/ESL - Grammar or College Proficiency - Writing or Completed Intro College Wrtg or 831-103 Intro to College Writing (or concurrent) or 801-195 Written Communication
CRN: 20382
Tuition/fee: $404.70
Seats Open: 30
Instructor: Norton, Linda C
Program Restriction
Dates: 01/19/15-05/13/15
Days: Monday Wednesday
Times: 09:30am-12:25pm
Room: B130

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