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BIO168-A Human Anatomy & Physiology I With Lab 4 An advanced study of anatomy and physiology, the relationship between body structure and function and homeostasis forms the basis for the course. Pathological processes that result in dysfunction and disease are presented. Major topics include cell biology, histology, skin, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Includes lecture and laboratory. BIO170-A Human Anatomy and Physiology II 3 This course is an advanced study of anatomy and physiology. The relationship between body structure and function and homeostasis forms the basis for the course. Pathological processes that result in dysfunction and disease are presented. Major topics include digestion, endocrine, circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive system. Prerequisite: BIO165-A; Corequisite: BIO172-A BIO172-A Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 1 This course shall accompany BIO170-A. Prerequisite: BIO167-A; Corequisite: BIO170-A BIO173-A Human Anatomy and Physiology II W Lab 4 An advanced study of anatomy and physiology. The relationship between body structure and function and homeostasis forms the basis for the course. Pathological processes that result in dysfunction and disease are presented. Major topics include digestive, endocrine, circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary, and fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance. Includes lecture and laboratory. BIO183-A Microbiology 3 This is a study of the concepts and facts that relate to microbiology. The fundamental characteristics of microorganisms are introduced. Major units of study are physiology of microorganisms, host-parasite relationships, and medical microbiology. Corequisite: BIO184-A BIO184-A Microbiology Lab 1 This course shall accompany BIO183-A. Corequisite: BIO183-A BIO186-A Microbiology 4 Microbiology is an in-depth examination of the microbial world, with emphasis on classification, reproduction, genetics, physiology, infectious disease, and control. Laboratory exercises will be directed toward identification of clinically and economically important organisms. Prerequisite: BIO168 BIO198-E Introduction to Pathology 3 The focus of this course is the nature, cause, and treatment of disease together with the terminology pertaining to injury and disease processes. This course is designed to permit you to recognize the relationship between clinical symptoms and the disease process. Attention is also given to the understanding and interpretation of the information within a patient’s medical record. Prerequisite: BIO165-A; Corequisite: BIO170-A BIO212-A General Biology I 3 This course serves as an introductory course for biology, science, and health science majors. Principles of cellular biology, elementary biochemistry, and energy functions are covered. Cell division, roles of DNA/RNA, genetics, and evolution follow. Ecology will complete the work of the course. Corequisite: BIO213-A BIO213-A General Biology Lab I 1 This course emphasizes the techniques, methods, procedures and basic laboratory skills used in the biological areas of science. Such methods include accurate observations, measurements, microscopy, chromatography, making of solutions, and analysis of ecosystems. Corequisite: BIO212-A BIO214-A General Biology II 3 This course is a continuation of General Biology I. The major topics to study include human anatomy and physiology, plant anatomy and physiology, and ecology. BIO215-A General Biology II Lab 1 This course shall accompany BIO214-A. Corequisite: BIO214-A Business ______________________________________________________ BUS102-A Introduction to Business 3 This course introduces you to American contemporary business, its nature, and environment. This survey course provides you with exposure to the following areas of business: the social responsibilities of business, management, production, human resources, marketing, finance, quantitative methods, world business, and business law. BUS106-A Employment Strategies 2 This course will introduce students to the world of personal assessment, personal marketing, and job search know-how. Assignments will focus on their individual and career targets, while developing successful lifetime job search skills and career management tools. Students will learn job search techniques, such as completing employment applications, preparing letters of application, creating effective resumes, using Web 2.0 tools for personal marketing and professional networking, developing interview strategies, and preparing for the job interview. BUS110-C Business Math & Calculators 3 This course is a study of the mathematics of business in its application to a variety of vocations including fundamental mathematical processes, fractions, price and cost, interest, bank discounts, cash and trade discounts, depreciation, payroll and taxes, and financial statements. Students will acquire the skills to use Microsoft Excel to perform each concept as well as using the traditional methods. BUS111-C Business Math 2 This course emphasizes basic business terminology and business math applications. Topics such as discounts, payroll, markup and markdowns, taxes, interest, credit, depreciation, inventory, investments, insurance, inventory, and financial statements are covered. BUS121-A Business Communications 3 Emphasis is placed on communication skills necessary for employment. Proper grammar, sentence structure, punctuation, and complete message are emphasized. Written business communications, including letters, memos; job application procedures, including resumes and letters will be covered. Northwest Iowa Community College Catalog 2016–2017 116 Biology


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