Academic Catalog

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 Academic Calendar 2012-2013
Expand About Misericordia University
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Expand Graduate Academics at Misericordia University
Expand Graduate Programs
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 Academic Program Definitions
 Academic Program Listings
Expand Undergraduate and Graduate Curricula Academic Colleges
 Core Curriculum Requirements
Expand College of Arts and Sciences Majors
Expand College of Arts and Sciences Minors
Expand College of Arts and Sciences Certificates/Certifications
Expand College of Arts and Sciences Specializations
Expand College of Health Sciences Majors
Expand College of Health Sciences Certificates/Certifications
Expand College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences Majors
Expand College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences Minors
Expand College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences Certificates/Certifications
Expand College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences Specializations
Collapse Course Descriptions
   Expand Accounting Course Descriptions (ACC)
   Expand Addictions Counseling Course Descriptions (ADC)
   Collapse Biology Course Descriptions (BIO)
       BIO 101 General Botany and Biological Principles, 4 credits
       BIO 102 General Zoology, 4 credits
       BIO 103/104 General Biology, 3 credits each
       BIO 105 Essential Biology, 3 credits
       BIO 105L Essential Biology Laboratory, 1 credit
       BIO 106 Introduction to Environmental Science, 3 credits
       BIO 111 Evolution, Genetics and Ecology, 4 credits
       BIO 112 Cell and Molecular Biology, 4 credits
       BIO 121 Human Structure and Function I, 4 credits
       BIO 122 Human Structure and Function II, 4 credits
       BIO 200 Sophomore Biology Seminar, 1 credit
       BIO 201 Organismal Structure and Function, 4 credits
       BIO 202 Biological Interactions, 4 credits
       BIO 210 Biology of Aging, 3 credits
       BIO 211/212 Anatomy and Physiology I & II, 4 credits each
       BIO 227 Bacteriology, 4 credits
       BIO 241 Genetics, 4 credits
       BIO 243 General Microbiology, 4 credits
       BIO 251 Comparative Anatomy, 4 credits
       BIO 252 Histology, 4 credits
       BIO 300 Junior Biology Seminar, 1 credit
       BIO 301 Gross Anatomy, 5 credits
       BIO 302 Neuroscience, 4 credits
       BIO 310 Environmental Biology, 4 credits
       BIO 311 Plant Physiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 4 credits
       BIO 312 Invertebrate Zoology, 4credits
       BIO 313 Marine Biology, 4 credits
       BIO 345 Developmental Biology, 3 credits
       BIO 346 General Physiology, 4 credits
       BIO 360 Immunology, 1 credit
       BIO 413 Biology Cooperative Education, 3-12 credits
       BIO 425 Ecology, 4 credits
       BIO 431 Field Biology, 3 credits
       BIO 435 Cell Biology, 3 credits
       BIO 441 Molecular Genetics, 4 credits
       BIO 450 Endocrinology, 3 credits
       BIO 480 Biological Research, 1-2 credits
       BIO 485 Special Topics, 1-4 credits
       BIO 487 Independent Study, 1-3 credits
       BIO 490 Coordinating Seminar, 1 credit
       BIO 491 Senior Thesis, 1 credit
   Expand Business Course Descriptions (BUS)
   Expand Chemistry Course Descriptions (CHM)
   Expand Child Welfare Services Course Descriptions (CWS)
   Expand Clinical Laboratory Science Course Descriptions (CLS)
   Expand Communications Course Descriptions (COM)
   Expand Computer Science Course Descriptions (CPS)
   Expand Diagnostic Medical Sonography Course Descriptions (DMS)
   Expand Doctor of Physical Therapy Course Descriptions (DPT)
   Expand Early Childhood Education Course Descriptions (ECE)
   Expand Education (Graduate Program) Course Descriptions (EDU)
   Expand English Course Descriptions (ENG)
   Expand Fine Arts Course Descriptions (FA)
   Expand Geography Course Descriptions (GEO)
   Expand Geriatric Care Manager Course Descriptions (GCM)
   Expand Gerontology Course Descriptions (GER)
   Expand Health Care Informatics Course Descriptions (HCI)
   Expand Health Care Management Course Descriptions (HCM)
   Expand Health Professions Course Descriptions(HP)
   Expand History Course Descriptions (HIS)
   Expand Honors Course Descriptions (HNR)
   Expand Information Technology Security Course Descriptions (ITS)
   Expand Master of Business Administration Course Descriptions (MBA)
   Expand Management Information Systems Course Descriptions (MIS)
   Expand Mathematics Course Descriptions (MTH)
   Expand Medical Imaging Course Descriptions (MI)
   Expand Nuclear Medicine Technology Course Descriptions (NMT)
   Expand Nursing Course Descriptions (NSG)
   Expand Occupational Therapy Course Descriptions (OT)
   Expand Occupational Therapy Post-Professional Course Descriptions (OTD)
   Expand Organizational Management Course Descriptions (OM)
   Expand Philosophy Course Descriptions (PHL)
   Expand Physics Course Descriptions (PHY)
   Expand Physician Assistant Studies Course Descriptions (PA)
   Expand Political Science Course Descriptions (POL)
   Expand Psychology Course Descriptions (PSY)
   Expand Religious Studies Course Descriptions (RLS)
   Expand Electives
   Expand Social Work Course Descriptions (SWK)
   Expand Sociology Course Descriptions (SOC)
   Expand Speech-language Pathology Course Descriptions (SLP)
   Expand Special Education Course Descriptions (SPE)
   Expand Sport Management Course Descriptions (SMG)
   Expand Teacher Education Course Descriptions (TED)
   Expand Transition Doctor of Physical Therapy Course Descriptions (tDPT)
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