ALH 101 Medical Terminology 3 Cr Hrs

Presents basic principles of medical word-building. The study develops competencies in the basic elements forming medical words, categorizing major suffixes and group prefixes. Anatomical, physiological and pathological terms are reviewed so students better understand special medical procedures. This is the introductory course in medical terminology and is intended for all who desire knowledge in this subject.

ALH 131 Diseases, Disorders & Diagnostic Procedures 2 Cr Hrs

Course focuses on diseases and disorders by body systems that are frequently diagnosed and treated in the medical setting as well as the common diagnostic procedures used in the diagnostic process.

ALH 130 Emergency Preparedness for Health Professionals 1 Cr Hr

This course is designed to provide health care professionals with an orientation for their possible future roles in disaster response and the importance of staying within the scope of practice of the profession. Students will be prepared to meet the expectations of their employers, to volunteer effectively, and to be confident and safe responders.

ALH 155 Pharmacology for Allied Health 3 Cr Hrs

Focuses on knowledge and skills necessary for safe and therapeutic drug therapy. Emphasis is placed on drug identification and classification, pharmacological actions, side effects, as well as the legal and ethical considerations of pharmacology.

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