Feb 19, 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.

 

Psychology

   •  PSY 255 - Positive Psychology
   •  PSY 256 - Psychology of Excellence
   •  PSY 257 - Psychology of Adjustment
   •  PSY 290 - Life Span Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 302 - Environmental and Secular Ethics
   •  PSY 311 - Introduction to Life Coaching
   •  PSY 312 - Advanced Life Coaching
   •  PSY 313 - Career Coaching
   •  PSY 320 - Health Psychology
   •  PSY 329 - Environmental Psychology
   •  PSY 340 - Sport Psychology
   •  PSY 356 - Personality Psychology
   •  PSY 357 - Introduction to Social Psychology
   •  PSY 358 - Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
   •  PSY 359 - Health Practitioner/Patient Relationship
   •  PSY 366 - Behavior Modification
   •  PSY 367 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Coaching
   •  PSY 369 - International and Cross-Cultural Psychology
   •  PSY 375 - Marriage and Family
   •  PSY 376 - Human Sexuality
   •  PSY 377 - Introduction to Counseling
   •  PSY 455 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 456 - Biopsychology
   •  PSY 457 - Psychology of Motivation and Emotion
   •  PSY 458 - Psychological Tests and Measurement
   •  PSY 459 - Leadership and Group Process
   •  PSY 465 - Psychology in the Workplace
   •  PSY 466 - Psychology of Mind/Body
   •  PSY 468 - Psychosocial Aspects of Pain Management
   •  PSY 472 - Senior Research Project I
   •  PSY 474 - Senior Research Project II
   •  PSY 476 - Senior Research Project III
   •  PSY 485 - Internship in Psychology
   •  PSY 495 - Directed Study
   •  PSY 496 - Directed Research
   •  PSY 497 - Coaching Practicum I
   •  PSY 498 - Coaching Practicum II
   •  PSY 499 - Senior Capstone Seminar
   •  PSY 505 - Human Development
   •  PSY 605 - Clinical Psychology
   •  PSYC 3505 - Human Development
   •  PSYC 3605 - Clinical Psychology

Public Health

   •  PUBH 1517 - Basic Nutrition
   •  PUBH 3515 - Public and Environmental Health
   •  PUBH 3615 - Emergency Procedures
   •  PUBH 3617 - Nutrition and Health
   •  PUBH 3625 - Clinical Toxicology
   •  PUBH 3684 - Functional Restoration and Active Care
   •  PUBH 3717 - Clinical Nutrition Disorders
   •  PUBH 3725 - Toxicology and Substance Abuse
   •  PUBH 4747 - Obstetrics/ Gynecology/Proctology
   •  PUBH 5541 - Physiological Therapeutics - Adjunct Procedures
   •  PUBH 5543 - Physiological Therapeutics - Rehabilitative Procedures
   •  PUBH 5545 - Physiological Therapeutics Clinical Practicum - (Clinical Therapeutic & Rehabilitative Procedures)
   •  PUBH 5600 - Exercise Physiology
   •  PUBH 5612 - Exercise Testing
   •  PUBH 5624 - Strength Training and Development
   •  PUBH 5642 - On-Field Emergency Care
   •  PUBH 5646 - Therapeutic Agents
   •  PUBH 5648 - Principles of Therapeutic Exercise
   •  PUBH 5865 - Pediatric Health Challenges

Radiology

   •  RADD 1611 - Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anomalies I
   •  RADD 2501 - X-ray Physics
   •  RADD 2612 - Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anomalies II
   •  RADD 2711 - Skeletal Radiology A
   •  RADD 2712 - Skeletal Radiology B
   •  RADD 3511 - Spinal X-Ray Positioning
   •  RADD 3512 - Extra Spinal X-Ray Positioning
   •  RADD 3620 - Radiology Report Writing
   •  RADD 3701 - Radiographic Quality and Critique
   •  RADD 3713 - Skeletal Radiology C
   •  RADD 3714 - Skeletal Radiology D
   •  RADD 3717 - Soft Tissue Radiology A
   •  RADD 3718 - Soft Tissue Radiology B
   •  RADD 4820 - Advanced Imaging

Research

   •  RSCH 2501 - Introduction to Research Methods
   •  RSCH 3601 - Research Methods and Design
   •  RSCH 4801 - Senior Case Presentation
   •  RSCH 5686 - Individual Research Study
   •  RSCH 5701 - Advanced Research Study

Sociology

   •  SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology

Spanish

   •  SPN 111 - Spanish I
   •  SPN 112 - Spanish II

Sport Health Science

   •  SHS 102 - Personal Health and Fitness
   •  SHS 105 - Foundations of Exercise Science
   •  SHS 142 - First Aid and CPR
   •  SHS 300 - Exercise Physiology I
   •  SHS 312 - Exercise Testing & Prescription
   •  SHS 320 - Health Coaching
   •  SHS 321 - Integrative Medicine
   •  SHS 322 - Introduction to Public Health
   •  SHS 323 - Fundamentals & Concepts of Homeopathy
   •  SHS 324 - Fundamentals & Concepts of Chiropractic
   •  SHS 330 - Current Trends in Physical Fitness
   •  SHS 340 - Introduction to Sport Injury Management
   •  SHS 341 - Spinal Cord Injuries and Exercise
   •  SHS 370 - Kinesiology
   •  SHS 380 - Introduction to Research Methods
   •  SHS 400 - Exercise Physiology II
   •  SHS 401 - Current Trends Weight Management
 

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