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Occupational Therapy Assistant

PHIL 2210 - Morals and Medicine

(Credits: 3)

Course Description:

(Fulfills MNTC Areas: 6, 9) This course is a general introduction to ethical issues that arise in the contemporary practice of healthcare, and which are central to understanding healthcare in contemporary society. In addition to developing a basic understanding of standard moral theories, issues that arise within American culture for patients, providers, and planners of health care are examined. Examples of such issues include, but are not limited to, abortion, euthanasia, patient rights, informed consent, health care distribution and reform, genetic testing and research, and cloning.

Prerequisite(s):

None

Lec/Lab/OJT:

3/0/0

 

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Program Course Listings

Required Courses

Course # Course Name Credits
HLTH 1106 Medical Terminology 2 credits
OTAC 1001 Intro to OT 2 credits
OTAC 1115 Disability/Disease Proc 2 credits
OTAC 1125 Phys Hlth Foundations 3 credits
OTAC 1135 Psychosocial Foundations 3 credits
OTAC 1145 Scholarship I 1 credits
OTAC 1155 Movement for Occupations 3 credits
OTAC 2015 Ped Community Practice 2 credits
OTAC 2025 Ped Physical Health 5 credits
OTAC 2035 Ped Psychosocial 5 credits
OTAC 2045 Scholarship II 2 credits
OTAC 2115 Adult Community Practice 2 credits
OTAC 2125 Adult Physical Health 5 credits
OTAC 2135 Adult Psychosocial 5 credits
OTAC 2145 Scholarship III 1 credits
OTAC 2155 Professional Topics 2 credits
OTAC 2225 Physical Health Fieldwork 6 credits
OTAC 2235 Psychosocial Fieldwork 6 credits
BIOL 2252 Anatomy & Phys I 3 credits
BIOL 2254 Anatomy & Phys II 3 credits
ENGL 1111 Composition I 3 credits
PSYC 2201 Developmental Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 2215 Abnormal Psychology 3 credits
TOTAL CREDITS: 72 credits

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