|2022 Sessions||Registration Open||Registration Close||Class Start||Class End|
Each SEIU Ed Fund session will offer: Algebra, Anatomy & Physiology, Basic College Math, Biology, & Medical Terminology.
If you are a SEIU Ed Fund member, register at https://na.eventscloud.com/edfund-2022 during the open registration periods.
|Session||Registration Open||Registration Close||Class Start||Class End||Class(es) Offered|
|Winter 2022||12/13/2022||1/7/2022||1/17/2022||2/25/2022||Med Term only|
|Spring 2022||3/7/2022||4/1/2022||4/11/2022||5/20/2022||A&P, Bio, & Med Term|
|Summer 2022||6/6/2022||7/1/2022||7/11/2022||8/19/2022||Med Term only|
|Fall 2022||5/2022||9/30/2022||10/10/2022||11/18/2022||A&P, Bio, & Med Term|
If you are a Ben Hudnall Memorial Trust member, register at https://na.eventscloud.com/bhmt-2022 during the open registration periods.
Description of offerings:
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Online: This course provides instruction on the principles of human anatomy and physiology emphasizing the integration of structure and function. Using a systems approach, students will learn the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body, and how these principles are used in patient care and treatment. Click for: Online Anatomy and Physiology syllabus
Online Biology: Students are introduced to the core disciplines of cellular biology, biotechnology, genetics, evolution, ecology and other key areas of biology at an introductory post-secondary level. By taking this course students should be able to outline the structure of the living world, understand basic biology concepts and terminologies, explain the relationship among DNA, mRNA, amino acids, and proteins as well as analyze population growth and decline. Click for: Online Biology syllabus
Online Medical Terminology: Students will learn the basic structure of medical terminology and how these terms are used to describe patient care and treatment. Students will study the component parts of medical terms: prefixes, suffixes and word roots. Click for: Online Medical Terminology syllabus