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  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Courses


Undergraduate Prerequisites Course Numbering
A “C-” or higher is required in all prerequisite courses 100-299 - Lower division undergraduate
  300-499 - Upper division undergraduate
  500-699 - Graduate
Search Tip 700-799 - Doctoral
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   •  FPAR 497 - Special Studies
   •  FREN 101 - Elementary French
   •  FREN 102 - Elementary French II
   •  FRSC 119 - Murder to Trial
   •  FRSC 151 - Introduction to Forensic Science
   •  FRSC 151L - Required Lab - Frsc 151
   •  FRSC 211 - Introduction to Criminal Investigations
   •  FRSC 303 - Forensic Biology
   •  FRSC 303L - Required Lab - Frsc 303
   •  FRSC 311 - Forensic Chemistry
   •  FRSC 311L - Required Lab - Frsc 311
   •  GEOG 101 - World Regional Geography
   •  GEOG 200H - Myths and Folklore of North America
   •  GEOG 297 - Special Studies
   •  GEOG 301 - Physical Geography
   •  HCPM 100 - Introduction to Healthcare Practice Management - Part 1
   •  HCPM 101 - Introduction to Healthcare Practice Management - Part 2
   •  HCPM 109 - Healthcare Practice Terminology
   •  HCPM 210 - Professionalism and Communications in the Healthcare Setting
   •  HCPM 230 - Human Resource Management
   •  HCPM 331 - Healthcare Compliance and Quality
   •  HCPM 341 - Revenue Cycle Management
   •  HCPM 341 - Revenue Cycle Management
   •  HCPM 360 - Software and Technology in Healthcare
   •  HCPM 451 - Medical Law and Risk Management
   •  HCPM 455 - Financial Management in Healthcare
   •  HCPM 456 - Patient Partnering/Population Health Management
   •  HCPM 490 - Healthcare Practice Management Practicum
   •  HCPM 491 - Healthcare Practice Management Capstone
   •  HCPM 610 - Healthcare Industry and its Impact on Health Care Practice Management
   •  HCPM 611 - Healthcare Practice Management Operations
   •  HCPM 651 - Medical Law and Ethics
   •  HCPM 656 - Quality and Population Health Management
   •  HEPR 107 - Foundations of Health Care
   •  HEPR 108 - Medical Terminology
   •  HEPR 109 - Healthcare Practice Terminology
   •  HEPR 150 - Intro to Gerontology
   •  HEPR 160 - Services and Programs for Older Adults
   •  HEPR 197 - Aging and Physiological Adaptation
   •  HEPR 200 - Alzheimers Patient and Caregiver
   •  HEPR 204 - Beginning American Sign Language 1
   •  HEPR 205 - Beginning American Sign Language 2
   •  HEPR 210 - Issues of Aging
   •  HEPR 215 - Occupation Performance Disability and Aging
   •  HEPR 228 - Introduction to Positive Psychology
   •  HEPR 230 - Interdisciplinary Team Care
   •  HEPR 250 - Cross Cultural History of Aging
   •  HEPR 295 - Psychological Adjustment and the Aging
   •  HEPR 296 - Delerirum, Dementia or Alzheimer'S Disease
   •  HEPR 298 - Pharmacological and the Elderly
   •  HEPR 299 - Exercise and Rehabilitation In The Aged
   •  HEPR 300 - Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness
   •  HEPR 305 - Independent Study In Gerontology
   •  HEPR 310 - History of Health Care
   •  HEPR 314 - Chinese Medicine
   •  HEPR 332 - Awareness Through Movement
   •  HEPR 333 - Movement Techniques for Health Care Providers
   •  HEPR 334 - Movement Techniques for Health Care Providers II
   •  HEPR 350 - Counseling for Health Care Professionals
   •  HEPR 370 - Fitness, Wellness And Nutrition
   •  HEPR 400 - Health Care Ethics
   •  HEPR 420 - Clinical Epidemiology
   •  HEPR 430 - Genetics for Health Care Professionals
   •  HEPR 440 - Health Care Systems
   •  HEPR 460 - Public Health
   •  HEPR 496 - Special Studies
   •  HIST 103 - America and Contemp World
   •  HIST 105 - Topics: American Cultural History
   •  HIST 110 - Women in American History
   •  HIST 115 - History of American Indians
   •  HIST 116 - St Louis History
   •  HIST 119 - Film and American History
   •  HIST 121 - U.S. History to 1877
   •  HIST 122 - U.S. History since 1877
   •  HIST 125 - Topics Environmental Hist
   •  HIST 128 - The American West
   •  HIST 131 - World History I: To 1500
   •  HIST 132 - World History II: 1500-Present
   •  HIST 172 - History Governments of East Asia
   •  HIST 200 - Intro to Historical Resrch and Writing
   •  HIST 202 - Readings in History
   •  HIST 203H - Civil War Era
   •  HIST 204H - Age of Empire and Total War
   •  HIST 205H - 20th Century Film
   •  HIST 206H - The 1950's and 60's: Honors Seminar
   •  HIST 207H - History of Our Time: 1970-Present
   •  HIST 208H - Witches and Vampires Western Hist/Culture
   •  HIST 210H - Sex and Sexual American History
   •  HIST 212H - Family in Western History
   •  HIST 215H - History of American Indians
   •  HIST 216H - St. Louis History
   •  HIST 217H - The American Century
   •  HIST 218H - Golden Age Greece and Rome
   •  HIST 219H - Genocide in Modern World
   •  HIST 221H - Gender and Pop Culture America
   •  HIST 222H - Nazi Germany and Holocaust
   •  HIST 223H - In the Shadow of Titans
   •  HIST 224H - From The Black Death to Napoleon: Europe, 1300 to 1815
   •  HIST 262 - Europe in Middle Ages
   •  HIST 263 - Europe:Renaissance-Enlightenment
 

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