Online Science and Nutrition Courses

BIO 214: Microbiology

Credit: 4 credit hours

Course Description: A study of bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms; their morphology, development, and function; techniques of isolation, cultivation, and identification; with emphasis on structure, metabolism, role in disease, and immune responses to infection.

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BIO 225: Human Anatomy

Credit: 5 credit hours

Course Description: The content of this course will provide a full description of all the essential aspects of human anatomy. This course is designed to provide all the essential anatomical content required for anyone going forward into a health profession.

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BIO 226: General Human Physiology

Credit: 5 credit hours

Course Description: The content of this course will provide a full description of all the essential aspects of human physiology. This course is designed to provide all the essential physiological content required for anyone going forward into a health profession.

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CHE 100: Elements of General & Biological Chemistry

Credit: 4 credit hours

Course Description: An introduction to the principles of general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry. This course is designed for students in the health science areas.

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CHE 108L: Elements of General & Biological Chemistry Lab

Credit: 1 credit hour

Course Description: This course is an online lab course that compliments CHE 100 General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry. The course utilizes a kit to perform all the experiments from home.

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ENV 172: Intro to Environmental Science

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: This course examines the biological principles underlying the use, conservation and preservation of natural resources, covering such topics as management of harvested populations, pest management, biodiversity, conservation of endangered species, climate change, human demography, nutrient cycles and pollution.


ESS 236: Basic Human Nutrition

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: In this course, students will be exposed to all the basic aspects of human nutrition and to the relationships between nutrition, health, and disease prevention.

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NSG 211: Pathophysiology

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: This course systematically focuses on etiologic factors and their impact on the structure, function and adaptive capabilities of cells, tissues and organs in the human body. A variety of disease processes and their unique clinical manifestations including laboratory diagnostics are studied in detail. This course prepares the student with the pathophysiological foundation required to provide nursing care.

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