These electives provide understanding of and preparation for further study in Nursing.
BIOL 205 Human Diseases — [DNSM] A molecular, cellular, organismic or environmental approach to the human body and its dysfunctions, disorders and diseases including their causes, treatments and recent biomedical advances. Prerequisite: 111 or 150 or 151 with a grade of C or better.
BIOL 240a and 240b Human Anatomy and Physiology — [(a) INSM] [ IAI No. L1 904L] [(b) DNSM] Functional architecture of the human body. (a) Tissues, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems; (b) Continuation of (a), Endocrine, Circulatory, Respiratory, Digestive, and Urinary systems. Three hours lecture, one three-hour laboratory per week. Not for major credit. Prerequisites: (a) 150 or 151 or 140 with a grade of C or better and CHEM 120a or 120n or 121a with a grade of C or better or consent of instructor. (b) 240a with a grade of C or better.
KIN 315 Functional Anatomy — Structural and functional basis of human performance.Prerequisite: BIOL 111. Kinesiology majors only.
KIN 320 Motor Learning/Development — Exploration of cognitive and neurophysiological processes associated with skill acquisition and motor performance during the maturational sequences of the child’s total development. Kinesiology majors only.
KIN 415 Medical Terminology — Develop skills to read and comprehend original research, medical reports, and health/ fitness evaluations with regard to prefixes, suffixes, and root words of medical terms. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor.
NURS 230 Introduction to Terminology, Inquiry and Writing in Nursing — Practical application of Internet and library resources, electronic search methods, APA format, medical terminology and professional writing for health care disciplines. Prerequisites: ENG 101 and 102; consent of instructor. Advisor registration required.