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

We offer two types of 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. Please review the location prior to registering, as we offer courses online and on-campus.

Find your course of interest and select “Register” to begin the registration process.

 


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Anatomy & Physiology II (BIO-210E)

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Anatomy & Physiology II: Lecture

A continuation of BIO 110. The following systems are explored: endocrine, immune, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive. The concept of homeostasis and the underlying principles common to all systems are applied from the submolecular to the organismal level for each system. (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. Anatomy & Physiology I.

Course Materials. Internet access and a webcam are required for this course. Textbook: Seeley's Anatomy & Physiology, 12th Edition, New York, NY: Pearson 2019 and Visible Body

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07/01/2020

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Online

$ 1,335.00

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Anatomy & Physiology II Lab (BIO-210LE)

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Anatomy & Physiology II Lab: Lab

A continuation of BIO 110. The following systems are explored: endocrine, immune, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive. The concept of homeostasis and the underlying principles common to all systems are applied from the submolecular to the organismal level for each system. (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. Anatomy & Physiology I.

Course Materials. Internet access and a webcam are required for this course. Textbook: Seeley's Anatomy & Physiology, 12th Ed, NY: Pearson 2019 Additional Software: Visible Body and Virtual Microscope (Hands On Labs)

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07/01/2020

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Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO-110E)

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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.

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07/01/2020

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$ 1,335.00

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Anatomy and Physiology Lab I (BIO-110LE)

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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. Textbook: Human Anatomy Laboratory Manual. Lab kit is not required. 

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07/01/2020

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Bioethics & Graphic Medicine (HSC-769E)

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The medical philosophies underlying medical education, patient care, and the general health sciences require examination, particularly in a cultural context. Graduate student learners will engage commercial visual narratives in graphic medicine to apply their understanding of bioethics to select audiences. (Graduate Credits: 3.0)

Semester-Based Course. The start and end dates of this course are listed below.

Prerequisites. None.

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Start date

01/19/2021

End date

04/30/2021

Location

Online

$ 2,970.00

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Biology I Lab (BIO-150LE)

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Biology I Lab: Lab

This laboratory course emphasizes experimental approaches to understanding basic and applied aspects of cellular and molecular biology. Topics include cell structure and function, biochemistry, genetics and heredity, and biotechnology.. (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. Labster, an online virtual lab software, is included.

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07/01/2020

End date

06/30/2021

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$ 445.00

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Biology I: Cell & Molecular Biology (BIO-151E)

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Biology I: Cell & Molecular Biology: Lecture

This course emphasizes the experimental approaches to understanding the basic and applied aspects of cellular and molecular biology. Topics include cell structure and function, metabolism, the cellular and molecular basis of development and heredity, and healthcare applications of molecular biotechnology. (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: Campbell Biology Eleventh Edition. Pearson: New York, NY and Mastering Biology Access Card. Purchases should be made using the instructions in Blackboard after registering for the course.

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07/01/2020

End date

06/30/2021

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$ 1,335.00

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Biology II Lab (BIO-152LE)

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Biology II Lab: Lab

This laboratory course reinforces concepts learned in Biology II, including fundamental principles that unify the vast diversity of organisms, including evolutionary theory, human anatomy and histology, evolution and composition of organ systems, and normal functioning of the human body. (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. Biology I.

Course Materials. Internet access is required for this course. Labster, an online virtual lab software, is included.

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07/01/2020

End date

06/30/2021

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$ 445.00

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Biology II: Biology of Organisms (BIO-152E)

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Biology II: Biology of Organisms: Lecture

This course introduces the fundamental principles that unify the vast diversity of organisms, including evolutionary theory, ecology, human anatomy and histology, the evolution of organ systems, and the normal functioning of the human organism. (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. Biology I.

Course Materials. Internet access and a webcam are required for this course. Textbook: Urry LA, Cain ML, Wasserman SA, et al. 2017. Campbell Biology Eleventh Edition. Pearson: New York, NY.

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07/01/2020

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$ 1,335.00

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Business Statistics (HCM-722E)

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The collection, evaluation, and summation business data will be explored. The course focuses on applied statistical analysis, interpretation, and representation using standard statistical methods, including descriptive statistics, probability distributions, and random variables. The testing of hypotheses, estimation, regression and correlation analyses are carried out in the context of managerial and informed decision-making. (Graduate Credits: 3.0)

Semester-Based Course. The start and end dates of this course are listed below.

Prerequisites. None.

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01/19/2021

End date

04/30/2021

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$ 2,970.00

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CT & Cross sectional Anatomy (RSC-320E)

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Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge of computed tomography (CT). Students will be able to describe the various concepts related to physics and instrumentation in CT.  Identifying various anatomical structures in the CT images is required.  Students will also be able to list the parameters for various CT protocols and discuss the importance of patient care, contrast administration, and radiation safety.  (Undergraduate Credits: 3.0)

Semester-Based Course. The start and end dates of this course are listed below.

Prerequisites. Certification in radiography, nuclear medicine technology, radiation therapy OR BIO 210 & PHY 181

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01/19/2021

End date

04/30/2021

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$ 1,335.00

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Calculus I (MAT-151E)

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Derivatives, their interpretations and applications are covered. Topics include limits, derivative rules, implicit differentiation, curve sketching, and optimization problems. Emphasis are on polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions, with applications to biology, physics and chemistry. (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. Precalculus.

Course Materials. Internet access is required for this course. Textbook: Calculus and Its Applications with Integrated Review, Asmar, N., Goldstein, L., Lay, D., Schneider, D., 14th Ed. MyLab Math Access.

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Cancer Genomics and Precision Oncology (MSC-604E)

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Growing knowledge of human genetics is changing the way physicians and researchers approach diagnosis of cancer risk and treatment. This 10-week asynchronous online course from Harvard Medical School (HMX) covers the links between genetics and cancer, provides an inside look at tumor sequencing, and shares how genomics knowledge is advancing precision cancer treatments. (Graduate Credits: 2.0)

Semester-Based Course. The start and end dates of this course are listed below.

Prerequisites. MSC 601E

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Start date

01/12/2021

End date

03/26/2021

Location

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$ 1,980.00

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Chemical Principles I (CHE-131E)

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Chemical Principles I: Lecture

This course emphasizes the construction of scientific concepts based on observation and the development of reasoning skills based on active learning. Topics include mass, force, energy, interpreting phenomena in terms of atomic theory, gases, stoichiometry, periodic properties of the elements, and solutions. . (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, a webcam, and a model kit are required for this course. Textbook: Chemistry Sixth Edition, Gilbert, Kirss, Foster, Bretz and Davies.

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07/01/2020

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06/30/2021

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Chemical Principles I Lab (CHE-131LE)

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Chemical Principles I Lab: Lab

The structure, nomenclature, stereochemistry, properties, and reactions of carbon-containing compounds are introduced, and the mechanisms of reactions are emphasized. Laboratory experiments develop manipulative skills in the classical methods of purification and separation of organic compounds. (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 and a scientific calculator are required for this course. Online Lab Software: Hayden-McNeil Lab Simulations.

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07/01/2020

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06/30/2021

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