Nursing

NURSING 201: HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I WITH LABORATORY

Fall. Credit, Four hours. The course emphasizes the structure and function of the human body and uses a systemic approach incorporating both anatomy and physiology. Nursing 201 includes a survey of body tissues and muscular, skeletal, and nervous systems. Labs involve dissection, study of human specimens, and basic experiments in physiology. The course fulfills requirements for admission to nursing schools and many allied health programs. The course does not fulfill requirements for medical and dental schools or biology major. Four hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week.

NURSING 202: HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II WITH LABORATORY

Spring. Credit, Four hours. Prerequisite: Biology 121. The course emphasizes structure and function of the human body and uses a systemic approach incorporating both anatomy and physiology. Nursing 202 continues with endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, immune, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Labs involve dissection, study of human specimens, and basic experiments in physiology. The course fulfills requirements for admission to nursing schools and many allied health programs. The course does not fulfill requirements for medical and dental schools or the biology major. Four hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week.

NURSING 207: INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL NUTRITION

TBA. Credit, Three hours. This course introduces nutrition science knowledge that emphasizes 1) basic biochemical functions and interactions of macronutrients / micronutrients and effect on human physiology, and 2) how nutrition research is used to develop dietary recommendations for individuals and specific populations.