Course Descriptions

AAC4245 : ADVANCED NEEDLING TECHNIQUES
1.00 credits: Students continue hands-on skill development in manipulation techniques covered in previous classes and learn more advanced techniques as determined by the instructor.
AWM3011 : WESTERN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1
4.50 credits: This class is the first course in a two-course sequence concerning the anatomy and physiology of the human body, from a systems-based biomedical perspective. Students will learn the structure and function of the skeletal, muscular, nervous and integumentary systems. The laboratory experience will enhance student understanding of surface anatomy, in order to facilitate the study of point location. The laboratory experience may include observation of human cadavers.
AWM3012 : ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2
2.50 credits: This class is the second course in a two-course sequence concerning the anatomy and physiology of the human body, from a systems-based biomedical perspective. Students will learn the structure and function of the cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, endocrine and immune systems, and the sensory organs. The laboratory experience may include observation of human cadavers.
AWM4042 : CHARTING, DOCUMENTATION AND LEGAL ISSUES
1.00 credits: Students will learn skills in order to communicate with other allied health care members regarding a patient's condition (including making referrals, using appropriate medical abbreviations and terminology) and demonstrate accurate charting practices, including documentation of a patient visit. Some legal issues will be addressed.
ACL5051 : CLINIC SEMINAR 1
1.00 credits: Students participate in a variety of special topic seminars and programs (e.g. advanced diagnosis, public health, neurological studies, addional herbal studies (OM only) Students take the clinic seminars as scheduled during the Trimester 5 through Trimester 9 terms. Topics are changed and updated as needed.
ACL5052 : CLINIC SEMINAR 2
1.00 credits: Students participate in a variety of special topic seminars and programs (e.g. advanced diagnosis, public health, neurological studies, addional herbal studies (OM only) Students take the clinic seminars as scheduled during the Trimester 5 through Trimester 9 terms. Topics are changed and updated as needed.
ACL5053 : CLINIC SEMINAR 3
1.00 credits: Students participate in a variety of special topic seminars and programs (e.g. advanced diagnosis, public health, neurological studies, addional herbal studies (OM only) Students take the clinic seminars as scheduled during the Trimester 5 through Trimester 9 terms. Topics are changed and updated as needed.
ACL5054 : CLINIC SEMINAR 4
1.00 credits: Students participate in a variety of special topic seminars and programs (e.g. advanced diagnosis, public health, neurological studies, addional herbal studies (OM only) Students take the clinic seminars as scheduled during the Trimester 5 through Trimester 9 terms. Topics are changed and updated as needed.
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