Jun 16, 2019  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Textbook information for required and supplemental materials for all courses can be found at the Life University Bookstore link: http://life.textbookx.com


The numbers in parentheses listed following the course description, i.e. Credit Hours:  (2-1-2.5), are explained below:

  • The first digit is the number of lecture quarter credit hours for the course.
  • The second digit is the number of laboratory quarter credit hours for the course.
  • The third digit is the number of credit hours for the course.

A Credit Hour is based on the amount of time spent per week in scheduled activities. Each contact hour of classroom work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. Two contact hours of laboratory work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. A minimum of two contact hours of clinical work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. Additional clinical work is expected in professional programs to meet either patient or clinic needs and as directed by clinician of record. Online courses, hybrid, accelerated, and other non-traditional modes of delivery will demonstrate equivalent time and effort.

 

Chiropractic Principles and Philosophy

   •  CPAP 1104 - Preparation for National Board Exams
   •  CPAP 1207 - Preparation for National Board Exams
   •  CPAP 1304 - Preparation for National Board Exams
   •  CPAP 1500 - Chiropractic Assembly
   •  CPAP 1502 - Health Care Terminology
   •  CPAP 1505 - Introduction to Philosophy, Science, and Art of Chiropractic
   •  CPAP 1525 - Lifestyles for Health: An Introduction to Wellness
   •  CPAP 1600 - Rights and Responsibilities
   •  CPAP 1605 - History of Chiropractic
   •  CPAP 1615 - Chiropractic Principles
   •  CPAP 2109 - Preparation for National Board Exams
   •  CPAP 3625 - Wellness, Movement Assessment, and Conditioning
   •  CPAP 3715 - Vertebral Subluxation Theories
   •  CPAP 4725 - Advanced Wellness and Ergonomics
   •  CPAP 5705 - Issues in Traditional Chiropractic Philosophy
   •  CPAP 5805 - Philosophic Issues in Clinical/Professional Practice
   •  CPAP 5815 - Issues in Contemporary Vitalistic/Chiropractic Philosophy

Clinical Education (Academics)

   •  CLET 3757 - Clinical Skills
   •  CLET 3826 - Head and Neck Clinical Case Integration
   •  CLET 3828 - Lumbar-Pelvic Clinical Case Integration
   •  CLET 3835 - Visceral Clinical Case Integration
   •  CLET 4840 - Extremity Clinical Case Integration
   •  CLET 4862 - Advanced Clinical Case Integration I
   •  CLET 4870 - Advanced Clinical Case Integration II
   •  CLET 4874 - Advanced Clinical Case Topics

Clinical Practicum Courses

   •  CLIN 1501 - Clinical Patient Experience I
   •  CLIN 1502 - Clinical Patient Experience II
   •  CLIN 1503 - Clinical Patient Observation I
   •  CLIN 2504 - Clinical Patient Observation II
   •  CLIN 2505 - Clinical Recording History and Chiropractic I
   •  CLIN 2506 - Clinical Recording History and Chiropractic II
   •  CLIN 3507 - Student Clinic Orientation
   •  CLIN 3601 - Clinical Knowledge Competency Test
   •  CLIN 3608 - Student Clinic I Practicum
   •  CLIN 3609 - Student Clinic II Practicum
   •  CLIN 3701 - OSCE- Objective Structured Clinical Examination
   •  CLIN 3709 - Outpatient Clinic Orientation
   •  CLIN 3710 - Clinic Outpatient I Practicum
   •  CLIN 4711 - Clinic Outpatient II Practicum
   •  CLIN 4712 - Clinic Outpatient III Practicum
   •  CLIN 4801 - Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)
   •  CLIN 4812 - Level III Clinic Experience Orientation
   •  CLIN 4813 - Level III Clinic Practicum I
   •  CLIN 4814 - Level III Clinic Outpatient Practicum II
   •  CLIN 4834 - Level III Immersion Practicum
   •  CLIN 5600 - Clinic Re-entry/Entry Exam
   •  CLIN 5700 - (10th) Student Clinic Practicum Elective
   •  CLIN 5800 - (13th) Outpatient Clinic Practicum Elective
   •  CLIN 5823 - (14th) Level III Practicum Elective
   •  CLIN 5833 - Level III Immersion Practicum

Computer

   •  CIM 101 - Introduction to Computers
   •  CIM 102 - Introduction to Computers (Remote Sites)
   •  CIM 201 - Programming I - Visual Basic
   •  CIM 204 - Programming IV - Adv. VB
   •  CIM 205 - Business Computer Applications
   •  CIM 230 - CIM Seminars
   •  CIM 250 - Operating Systems
   •  CIM 301 - Java Programming
   •  CIM 302 - C# Programming
   •  CIM 304 - Business Application Development
   •  CIM 305 - Management Information Systems
   •  CIM 310 - Data Communication and Networking
   •  CIM 320 - Health Information Management
   •  CIM 330 - Database Design
   •  CIM 350 - Multi-Media Business for Individual & Business Communication
   •  CIM 355 - Web Design & Programming
   •  CIM 370 - Software Project Management
   •  CIM 405 - Decision Support and Expert Systems
   •  CIM 410 - System Analysis & Design
   •  CIM 441-445 - CIM Internship
   •  CIM 450 - Senior CIM Project I
   •  CIM 451 - Senior CIM Project II

Diagnosis

   •  DIAG 2725 - Visceral Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 2730 - Orthopedic Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 2735 - Clinical Laboratory Studies
   •  DIAG 2740 - Neurological Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 3743 - Gastroenterological Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 3745 - Genitourinary Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 3750 - Special Senses Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 3755 - Geriatric Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 3765 - Pediatric Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 3835 - Integrated Diagnosis
   •  DIAG 5650 - Injury Assessment of the Lower Body
   •  DIAG 5652 - Injury Assessment of the Upper Body
   •  DIAG 5753 - Introduction to Functional Neurology and Basic Eye Movements
   •  DIAG 5757 - Vestibular Functional Assessment and Rehabilitation
   •  DIAG 5841 - Neurological Basis of Behavioral Disorders
   •  DIAG 5865 - Advanced Pediatric Diagnosis

Dietetic Internship

   •  DTR 511 - Dietetic Internship

Economics

   •  ECO 201 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECO 202 - Principles of Macroeconomics

English

   •  ENG 101 - English Composition I
   •  ENG 102 - English Composition II
   •  ENG 109 - Critical Reading and Thinking
   •  ENG 110 - Fiction Writing
   •  ENG 111 - Poetry Writing
   •  ENG 112 - Screenwriting
   •  ENG 121 - Public Speaking
   •  ENG 131 - Workplace Communications
   •  ENG 201 - Survey of American Literature
 

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