105-2 Medical Terminology. This course is an introduction to the study of medical language with a working knowledge of the most common word roots, prefixes and suffixes in medical terminology. Emphasis is placed on spelling, pronunciation, use of the medical dictionary and the Physician's Desk Reference (PDR), vocabulary building, common abbreviations and charting terms.
AH241 - Intro to Physiology & Anatomy
241-4 Introduction to Physiology and Human Anatomy. (University Core Curriculum course) A survey of the functions and structures of the ten basic systems of the human body: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, hematocardiovascular, lymphoimmune, respiratory, genitourinary and reproductive. Satisfies the University Core Curriculum Human Health requirement in lieu of Physiology 201.
AH259 - Occupational Education Credit
259-1 to 60 Occupational Education Credit. A designation for credit granted for past occupational educational experiences related to the student's educational objectives. Credit will be established by school evaluation.
AH358 - Work Experience Credit
358-1 to 12 Work Experience Credit. Credit granted for job skills, management-worker relationships and supervisory experience for past work experience while employed in industry, business, the professions, or service occupations. Credit will be established by school evaluation.
AH415 - Gerontology/Mortality
415-3 Issues Related to Social Gerontology and Mortality. Examine the social constructs of aging. Study theological, cultural, and historical aspects associated with aging, death, and dying. Provides an exploration of social gerontology and the sustainability and equitability of long term care along with the cultural and historical differences in how death, grief, and dying are perceived and managed. Further focus is given toward the social aspects of aging and how society, peers, family members, and healthcare professionals can empathetically improve relations with the aging population. Not for graduate credit. Restricted to SAH majors/minors or consent of department.