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Welcome to the course catalog for the School of Professional Studies at MCPHS University.

We offer two types of online courses:

  1. Self-Paced Prerequisite Courses. 
    Even though there is a start date listed in the course description, our self-paced courses can be started at any time. Once you register, you will be able to access the online course in 1-2 business days. You will have 16 weeks to work through the content at your own pace. Reduced tuition options are available to eligible students. If you are a new student, please contact
    professionalstudies@mcphs.edu before registering. If you have been admitted to a degree program and paid your enrollment deposit, please contact the Admission Office. 
     
  2. Semester-Based Courses.
    Pay attention to the start and end dates in the course description. These courses have a fixed term and you'll need to keep up with the deadlines for assignments and exams.

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Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO-110E)

Anatomy and Physiology I: Lecture

This course provides first-year students with directed study of the anatomical structure and physiological processes of the human body. Topics include subatomic, atomic, cellular, tissue, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. (Undergraduate Credits: 3.0)

Self-Paced Online Course.  Register and get started right away. Students will be given 16 weeks to complete the coursework. This course format allows you to move through the modules at your own pace. 

Prerequisites. None

Course Materials. Internet access is required for this course. Textbook: Seeley's Anatomy & Physiology, 12th Edition, New York, NY: Pearson 2019.

Start date

08/15/2019

End date

-

Location

Online

$ 1,335.00

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Anatomy and Physiology Lab I (BIO-110LE)

Anatomy and Physiology Lab I: Lab

This lab course provides first-year students with directed study of the anatomical structure and physiological processes of the human body. Topics include subatomic, atomic, cellular, tissue, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. (Undergraduate Credits: 1.0)

Self-Paced Online Course.  Register and get started right away. Students will be given 16 weeks to complete the coursework. This course format allows you to move through the modules at your own pace. 

Prerequisites. None.

Course Materials. Internet access is required for this course. Lab kit is not required. 

Start date

08/12/2019

End date

-

Location

Online

$ 445.00

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Introduction to Psychology (LIB-120E)

Designed to orient students to the scientific study of behavior through the exploration of selected principles and theories of human behavior. Topics include perception, learning, and memory, personality development, abnormal behavior, and social influences on behavior. (Undergraduate Credits: 3.0)

Self-Paced Online Course.  Register and get started right away. Students will be given 16 weeks to complete the coursework. This course format allows you to move through the modules at your own pace. 

Prerequisites. None.

Course Materials. Internet access is required for this course. eText included for the duration of the course.

Start date

08/12/2019

End date

-

Location

Online

$ 1,335.00

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Macroeconomics (PSB-210E)

This macroeconomics course provides a foundation for understanding fiscal and monetary policies in a free market. Major course topics include supply-and-demand analysis, inflation, unemployment, and gross national product. (Undergraduate Credits: 3.0)

Self-Paced Online Course.  Register and get started right away. Students will be given 16 weeks to complete the coursework. This course format allows you to move through the modules at your own pace. 

Prerequisites. None.

Course Materials. Internet access is required for this course. eText included for the duration of the course.

Start date

08/12/2019

End date

-

Location

Online

$ 1,335.00

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Medical Terminology (MTC-210E)

Students will learn medical terminology, symbols and abbreviations, and the application of this new language in the field of health care. By moving through different body systems and functions, students will be able to construct terms using word parts such as roots, suffixes, and prefixes. (Undergraduate Credits: 3.0)

Self-Paced Online Course.  Register and get started right away. Students will be given 16 weeks to complete the coursework. This course format allows you to move through the modules at your own pace. 

Prerequisites. None.

Course Materials. Internet access is required for this course. eText included for the duration of the course.

Start date

08/12/2019

End date

-

Location

Online

$ 1,335.00

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Microbiology (BIO-255E)

Microbiology: Lecture

An introduction to microbial principles designed to give a functional understanding of microorganisms, their role in disease and the environment, and our defenses against infections. The laboratory covers the principles of microscopy, aseptic techniques, and microbial cultivation and control. (Undergraduate Credits: 3.0)

Self-Paced Online Course.  Register and get started right away. Students will be given 16 weeks to complete the coursework. This course format allows you to move through the modules at your own pace. 

Prerequisites. None

Course Materials. Internet access is required for this course. Textbook: Microbiology: An Introduction, Tortora, G. J., Funke, B. R.;  Case, C. L., 12th Ed. (2016), Pearson Education, Inc.

Start date

08/12/2019

End date

-

Location

Online

$ 1,335.00

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Microbiology Lab (BIO-255LE)

Microbiology Lab: Lab

An introduction to microbial principles designed to give a functional understanding of microorganisms, their role in disease and the environment, and our defenses against infections. The laboratory covers the principles of microscopy, aseptic techniques, and microbial cultivation and control. (Undergraduate Credits: 1.0)

Self-Paced Online Course.  Register and get started right away. Students will be given 16 weeks to complete the coursework. This course format allows you to move through the modules at your own pace. 

Prerequisites. None. 

Course Materials. Internet access required. Lab Kit: Custom Microbiology

Start date

08/12/2019

End date

-

Location

Online

$ 445.00

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