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HLCR 232 SD1 Pathophysiology
Credit hours: 4


Course Level: Undergraduate

Institution:Santa Fe Community College

Pre-requisites: BIOL 231 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3) and BIOL 231L Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab (1)

Course Description: An introduction to human pathophysiology building upon the student’s prior basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology. Topics cover changes that occur in the human body when normal structure and/or function is altered within. Emphasis on specific disease processes and pathophysiological changes related to disease and illness.

Course Syllabus:www.sfcc.edu

Instructor Vitae:


Method of Instruction: This is an asynchronous course facilitated through CANVAS (LMS). Information on how to login will be emailed to your official college email.

Campus visits required: None

Course Contact: Carla Slentz

Email: carla.slentz@sfcc.edu


Terms offered:


Other Considerations: Offered: Summer, Fall and Spring.


Available Seats by Semester for this course:



Section: 10138

Class Start Date:Jun-04-18
Class End Date:Jul-28-18
Seats:4 / 5
Seats return deadline:Jun-04-2018

This is an 8 week session. Deadlines and special dates: Drop/Add June 4-5 courses Drop without a grade and full refund June15 Change audit/credit status June 29 Independence day, SFCC campus closed July 4 Withdraw date July 6 Final examinations July 23-28 Session ends July 28


Section: 30460

Class Start Date:Jan-22-19
Class End Date:May-18-19
Seats:1 / 10
Seats return deadline:Jan-22-2019

Pre-Requisite: BIOL 231 and BIOL 231L Course will follow SFCC calendar. Taught in Cnvas

FALL 2017

Section: 20701

Class Start Date:Aug-21-17
Class End Date:Dec-09-17
Seats:5 / 5
Seats return deadline:Aug-18-2017

Textbook: YES Author: HUETHER Title: UNDERSTADING PATHOPHYSIOLOGY Publisher: ELSEV Edition: 6th ISBN: 9780323354097 Price: (New) $124.00 (Used) $93.00 SFCC bookstore information: https://www.sfcc.edu/offices/bookstore/

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