BIO 309 – Pathophysiology
This course introduces students to the courses, mechanisms and consequences of non-infectious diseases. Emphasis will be placed on diseases that are prevalent in the U.S. population.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture, Internet Course

Biology Department
This excerpt is straight from the U-Online course catalog.

My Brief Description:
I took this class in the Spring of 2020 and It was arguably one of the best courses that I have ever taken. Dr. Dube may be a strange fella, and is set in his ways for a lot of things, but he is a fantastic professor. He is extremely knowledgeable in the realm of medicine and can answer almost every question you have about the human body. I learned a lot about different types of diseases and key steps in treating and preventing them. This course encouraged a lot of knowledge application from prerequisite courses like; EKG Interpretation, Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, Gross Anatomy etc. It really rounded off and pieced together an abundance of baseline knowledge.

Here is some of the stuff you’ll learn: Diverticulitis for example!