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UWM Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014


College of Health Sciences


BMS Biomedical Sciences



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101 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 2 cr. U. Lecture and laboratory instruction to introduce the student to the profession of clinical laboratory sciences with special emphasis in medical technology and cytotechnology.|Prereq: none.
101 (effective 05/19/2014) Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 2 cr. U. Lecture and laboratory instruction to introduce the student to the profession of clinical laboratory sciences with special emphasis in medical technology and cytotechnology.|Prereq: none.
201 Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS. 3 cr. U. Introductory course examining epidemiology, physiology, and microbiology of sexually transmitted infectious diseases. Information on reproductive physiology, pathophysiology and clinical disease, prevention and current treatment strategies.|Prereq: none.
204 Plagues, Pandemics, and Epidemics. 3 cr. U. Basic principles and concepts of infectious diseases recognized to be of major worldwide importance in terms of mortality and morbidity.|Prereq: none.
205 Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine. 3 cr. U. This course will provide a framework for understanding medical diagnostic tests in terms of procedures, risks, interpretation of results and relevant science behind the tests.|Counts as repeat of BMS 205. Prereq: none.
205 Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine. 3 cr. U. This course will provide a framework for understanding medical diagnostic tests in terms of procedures, risks, interpretation of results and relevant science behind the tests.|Counts as repeat of BMS 205X. Prereq: none.
232 Introduction to Nutrition. 3 cr. U. Fundamentals of human nutrition, functions and requirements of nutrients, nutritional needs throughout the life cycle.|Not open for cr to students with cr in Hlthsci 238 or BMS(C L Sci) 332. Prereq: none.
232 (effective 05/19/2014) Introduction to Nutrition. 3 cr. U. Fundamentals of human nutrition, functions and requirements of nutrients, nutritional needs throughout the life cycle.|Not open for cr to students with cr in Hlthsci 238 or BMS(C L Sci) 332. Prereq: none.
245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. 3 cr. U. Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.|BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.
245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. 3 cr. U. Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.|BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Counts as repeat of BMS 245X. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.
260 Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 3 cr. U. Introduction to the predominant complementary and alternative health care traditions and therapies used today.|BMS(C L Sci) 260 & Kin(HMS) 260 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Counts as repeat of BMS 260X. Prereq: none.
260 Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 3 cr. U. Introduction to the predominant complementary and alternative health care traditions and therapies used today.|BMS(C L Sci) 260 & Kin(HMS) 260 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Counts as repeat of BMS 260. Prereq: none.
281 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science. 3 cr. U. A multidisciplinary view of how forensic scientists contribute to the many ways that physical evidence is collected, analyzed, and evaluated.|Jointly-offered with & counts as repeat of Anthro/Chem/Crm Jst 281. Prereq: none.
285 Medicolegal Death Investigation. 3 cr. U. Lectures on the fundamentals of death investigation as outlined by national guidelines for death investigators.|Jointly-offered with & counts as repeat of Anthro/Chem/Crm Jst 285. Prereq: none.
290 Topics in Health Sciences: (Subtitled). 1-3 cr. U. Topics of current interest in the field of health sciences.|May be repeated with change in topic. Prereq: specified in sem schedule whenever req'd for a topic.
297 Study Abroad: (Subtitled). 1-12 cr. U. Designed to enroll students in UWM sponsored program before course work level, content and credits are determined and/or in specially prepared program course work.|Retakable with change in topic. Prereq: acceptance to Study Abroad Prog.
301 (HS 301) Human Pathophysiology: Fundamentals. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover cell injury, inflammation, immunopathology, repair, regeneration and fibrosis.|Prereq: Bio Sci 203(P) or cons instr.
301 Human Pathophysiology: Fundamentals. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover cell injury, inflammation, immunopathology, repair, regeneration, and fibrosis.
302 (HS 302) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems I. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover developmental and genetic disorders, neoplasms, nervous system, bones, joints, skeletal muscle.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
302 Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems I. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover developmental and genetic disorders, neoplasms, nervous system, bones, joints, skeletal muscle.
303 Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems II. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover cardiovascular, respiratory, blood and lymphoid systems, diabetes.
303 (HS 303) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems II. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover cardiovascular, respiratory, blood and lymphoid systems, diabetes.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
304 (effective 01/26/2015) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems III. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, kidney, liver/biliary system, female and male reproductive systems.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
304 (HS 304) (effective 01/26/2015) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems III. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, kidney, liver/biliary system, female and male reproductive systems.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
304 (HS 304) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems III. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, kidney, liver/biliary system, female and male reproductive systems.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr; HCA 205(P).
304 Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems III. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, kidney, liver/biliary system, female and male reproductive systems.|BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr; HCA 205(P).
305 Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems IV. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis/treatment of these disorders. Topics: endocrine system, infectious and parasitic diseases, environmental and nutritional factors related to morbidity/mortality.
305 (HS 305) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems IV. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis/treatment of these disorders. Topics: endocrine system, infectious and parasitic diseases, environmental and nutritional factors related to morbidity/mortality.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
306 Imaging Procedures I. 5 cr. U. Radiographic anatomy and procedures related to upper and lower extremities, chest, abdomen, and barium studies. Pediatric imaging is discussed.|Prereq: jr st; BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
307 Seminar in Radiography I. 3 cr. U. Basic concepts of patient care, including consideration for the cultural, physical and psychological needs of the patient and family.|Prereq: jr st; BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
308 Imaging Procedures II. 5 cr. U. Radiographic anatomy and procedures for the bony thorax, vertebral column, and iodinated studies will be covered. Pediatric imaging for each procedure will be discussed.|Prereq: jr st; BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
309 Imaging Procedures III. 3 cr. U. Radiographic anatomy and procedures for the cranium and facial bones; pediatric imaging for each procedure will be discussed.|Prereq: none.
310 Introduction to Sonography. 3 cr. U. Introduction to Diagnostic Medical Sonography with an overview of basic terminology, techniques, and equipment.|Prereq: jr st; BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
311 Abdominal Sonography-I. 3 cr. U. Embryology, structure, and physiology of the abdominal vessels and organs as they relate to sonography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
312 Abdominal Sonography-II. 3 cr. U. Congenital anomalies, pathologies, and disease processes of abdominal organs and vessels. Focus on sonographic appearance of various abdominal pathologies.|Prereq: jr st BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
313 Sonography Clinical Education I. 3 cr. U. The clinical component allows students to rotate through all aspects of sonography. Introduction to sonography scanning and development of clinical skills.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
319 Abdominal Sonography III. 3 cr. U. Normal gross, relational and sonographic anatomy of the male and non-gravid female. Bladder, prostatic and gynecologic pathologies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
319 (effective 09/02/2014) Abdominal Sonography III. 2 cr. U. Normal gross, relational and sonographic anatomy of the male and non-gravid female. Bladder, prostatic and gynecologic pathologies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
320 Obstetrics/Gynecology Sonography I. 3 cr. U. Normal gross, relational and sonographic anatomy of the female pelvic region. Physiology and related laboratory and clinical findings for disease processes are discussed.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr.
321 Obstetrics/Gynecology Sonography II. 3 cr. U. Gravid uterus and fetal development. Gestational dating methods, embryology, and maternal and fetal anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
322 (effective 05/19/2014) Obstetrics/Gynecology Sonography III. 3 cr. U. Fetal anomalies, disease processes, and pathologies. Various fetal and maternal pathologies explained in sonographic terms.|Prereq: jr st in Bio Med Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
322 Obstetrics/Gynecology Sonography III. 2 cr. U. Fetal anomalies, disease processes, and pathologies. Various fetal and maternal pathologies explained in sonographic terms.|Prereq: jr st in Bio Med Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
323 Sonographic Principles and Instrumentation. 3 cr. U. Characteristics of sound and mechanism of sonographic image production and display. Potential biological effects. Safety and mathematical principles.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr.
324 Sonography Clinical Education II. 3 cr. U. Mastery of abdominal scanning and beginning scanning skill in pelvic, IVT, and specialty parts.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
325 (effective 05/19/2014) Specialized Sonography. 2 cr. U. Embryology, structure, physiology, and pathology of the thyroid, breast, and testicle. Normal and abnormal gross, cross-sectional, and relational sonographic anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
325 Breast Sonography. 2 cr. U. Embryology, structure, physiology, and pathology of the thyroid, breast, and testicle. Normal and abnormal gross, cross-sectional, and relational sonographic anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
326 Sonography Clinical Education III. 3 cr. U. Refinement of abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, and specialty parts scanning skills.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
332 (effective 05/19/2014) Clinical Nutrition. 2 cr. U. Nutritional needs throughout life; relationships between food habits and health problems; evaluating dietary information for deficiencies and imbalances.|Prereq: Chem 103(P), Bio Sci 202(P) & 203(P), or BMS(C L Sci) 232(P) or HlthSci 232(P).
332 Clinical Nutrition. 2 cr. U. Nutritional needs throughout life; relationships between food habits and health problems; evaluating dietary information for deficiencies and imbalances.|Prereq: Chem 103(P), Bio Sci 202(P) & 203(P), or BMS(C L Sci) 232(P) or HlthSci 232(P).
335 Echocardiography I. 3 cr. U. Introduction to normal cardiovascular anatomy, the normal ultrasound exam and protocol for an echocardiogram.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr.
336 Cardiovascular Principles I. 4 cr. U. Introduction to cardiac physiology, mechanical events, left ventricle function indicators, timing of mitral and aortic flow, auscultation, phonocardiography, hemodynamics and Doppler applications of echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
337 Clinical Education I - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum rotations including adult echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
340 Embryology of the Cardiovascular System. 2 cr. U. Development and developmental anomalies of the cardiovascular system.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
341 Adult Echocardiography - Valvular Pathology. 3 cr. U. Introduction to cardiac pathology seen on echocardiograms in the adult population.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
342 Clinical Education II - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum rotations including adult and pediatric echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
345 Pediatric Echocardiography I. 3 cr. U. Introduction to various types of congenital heart disease and pediatric cardiac procedures.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
346 Adult Echocardiography - Cardiomyopathies. 2 cr. U. Cardiovascular disease and diagnostic cardiac procedures in the adult population.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
347 Clinical Education III - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum which includes adult and pediatric echocardiography clinical rotations with focus on advanced adult competencies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
350 Introduction to Radiologic Science and Healthcare. 2 cr. U. Introduction to Radiologic Technology imaging principles and equipment. Basic concepts of patient care, emergency care, CPR, medical ethics, legal issues, and cultural diversity.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr.
351 Radiation Protection. 2 cr. U. All aspects of radiation protection including radiation safety, detection, and measurement relevant to Radiologic Technology.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
352 Human Structure & Function I. 2 cr. U. Structure and physiology of the human body as they relate to radiography of the respiratory, digestive and urinary systems, and skeletal anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
353 (effective 09/02/2014) Principles of Imaging I. 2 cr. U. Radiographic qualities and factors influencing those qualities. X-ray tube, beam restricting devices, exposure factors, and effects on scatter radiation.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
353 Principles of Imaging I. 3 cr. U. Radiographic qualities and factors influencing those qualities. X-ray tube, beam restricting devices, exposure factors, and effects on scatter radiation.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
354 Radiographic Procedures I. 2 cr. U. Introduction to radiographic positioning of the chest, upper extremities, urinary and digestive systems. Pharmacology of contrast media.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
355 Radiography Clinical Education I. 3 cr. U. Students rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L SCI) Prog or cons instr.
360 Radiation Biology. 2 cr. U. Effects of radiation from the cellular level to the entire human body. Long and short term somatic effects and genetic effects.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
361 Human Structure & Function II. 2 cr. U. Structure and physiology of the human body as they relate to radiography of the digestive and urinary systems and skeletal anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
362 Principles of Imaging II. 3 cr. U. Radiographic qualities and the factors influencing those qualities. Systems and chemicals used in radiographic processing. Film and processor sensitometry.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
363 Radiographic Procedures II. 3 cr. U. Introduction to radiographic positioning for lower extremities, spine, and digestive system. Students learn to identify anatomy on radiographs and evaluate them for acceptability.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
364 Radiography Clinical Education II. 3 cr. U. Students rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
370 Human Structure & Function III. 1 cr. U. Anatomy and physiology of the human body as they relate to the radiography of the skull, facial bone, and circulatory system.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
371 Radiographic Procedures III. 2 cr. U. Basic concepts of advanced imaging, special procedures, and supplementary imaging modalities.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
372 Radiographic Clinical Education III. 4 cr. U. Clinical Education allows students to rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
401 Seminar in Radiography II. 2 cr. U. Evaluation of all aspects of the imaging system from processor to generator.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
402 Introduction to MSK Sonography. 1 cr. U. Study of anatomy (to include anatomic variants), physiology, pathophysiology and the sonographic appearance of the musculoskeletal system as evaluated by diagnostic medical sonography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
403 Sonographic Physics I. 1 cr. U. Study of the basic principles of acoustic transmission, reflection in tissues and transducer design in pulse echo systems.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
404 Sonographic Physics II. 1 cr. U. Study of the basic principles of near zone, far zone, beam profiles, beam focusing, transducer arrays.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci Prog) or cons instr.
405 Sonographic Physics III. 1 cr. U. Study of the basic principles of Doppler, acoustical exposure measurements, QA, bioeffects and the ALARA principle.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
406 Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Abdomen I. 4 cr. U. Study of normal and abnormal sonograms of the peritoneal space, pre-vertebral vessels, liver, biliary, pancreas and kidneys will be discussed.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
407 Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Abdomen II. 4 cr. U. Study of normal and abnormal sonograms of the spleen, transplant imaging, GI imaging and dedicated pediatric imaging will be discussed.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
408 Vascular Sonography: CV & PV-Arterial. 5 cr. U. Study of cerebrovascular anatomy, normal and abnormal, and ultrasound imaging, upper arterial ultrasound exams, anatomy and pathology and lower extremity arterial ultrasound.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
409 Vascular Technology: Advanced. 4 cr. U. Study of peripheral vascular direct and indirect arterial and venous, normal and abnormal and abdominal Doppler.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
410 Sonography Clinical Internship I. 5 cr. U. Students will successfully complete sonography clinical competency examinations, under the supervision of the clinical instructors.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
411 Sonography Clinical Internship II. 5 cr. U. Students will successfully complete sonography clinical competency examinations, under the supervision of the clinical instructors.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
420 Clinical Hematology. 3 cr. U/G. Lectures in the production, regulation, function, and cytomorphology of normal hematopoietic elements. Introduction to hemostastis theory.|Prereq: jr st or cons instr.
421 Introduction To Hematology Laboratory. 1 cr. U. Clinical laboratory experiences in basic hematology techniques and instrumentation to evaluate hematopoietic elements. 3 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 420(C).
427 Clinical Immunology. 3 cr. U/G. Fundamentals of Clinical Immunology, including cellular, humoral and molecular aspects. Correlation of laboratory test results with clinical disease states.|Prereq: jr st.
428 (effective 09/02/2014) Clinical Immunology Laboratory. 1 cr. U. Laboratory experiments in clinical immunology and theories of testing concepts. 3 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 427(C).
428 Clinical Immunology Laboratory. 1 cr. U. Laboratory experiments in clinical immunology and theories of testing concepts. 2 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 427(C).
431 Clinical Chemistry. 3 cr. U/G. Correlation of clinical chemistry with the pathophysiology of human disease.|Prereq: jr st; Chem 501(P) or cons instr; or grad st.
432 Clinical Chemistry Laboratory Theory & Operations. 1 cr. U. Theory and application of Clinical Chemistry laboratory principles. Focus on laboratory principles, quality assurance, theory of instrumentation, and laboratory problem solving.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr; Chem 501(P); BMS(C L Sci) 431(C).
435 Adult Echocardiography - Advanced Pathology. 3 cr. U. Cardiovascular pharmacology and the potential effects of cardiac medications on echocardiographic images.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
436 Pediatric Echocardiography II. 3 cr. U. Advanced instruction in various types of congenital heart disease and pediatric echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
437 Stress Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Indications, utility, limitations and technical procedures related to exercise stress echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
438 Clinical Education IV - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum rotations including advanced adult and pediatric imaging of the heart with focus on advanced pediatric competencies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
439 Clinical Education V - Echocardiography. 4 cr. U. Clinical practicum rotations including exercise and pharmacological stress, echocardiograms and transesophageal echocardiograms.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
440 Clinical Education VI - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum including advanced abdominal and OB/GYN imaging, and vascular technology.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
441 (effective 05/19/2014) Special Procedures in Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Indications, utility, limitations and technical procedures related to transesophageal echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
441 Transesophageal Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Indications, utility, limitations and technical procedures related to transesophageal echocardiography.|Prereq: sr st in C L Sci Prog or cons instr.
450 Vascular Sonography I. 3 cr. U. Normal sonography of the cardiovascular system. Doppler principles, spectral display, hemodynamics of blood flow, embryology, and components of blood cardiovascular anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
451 Vascular Sonography II. 3 cr. U. Abnormal cardiovascular system. Doppler principles, spectral display, hemodynamics of blood flow, embryology, and an introduction to echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
452 Sonography Clinical Education IV. 3 cr. U. Mastery of abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, neonatal head and specialty parts scanning.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
453 Seminar in OB/GYN Sonography. 3 cr. U. The role of ultrasound in diagnosing chromosomal anomalies and genetic syndromes. Techniques of ultrasound needle guidance in CVS, amniocentesis, and PUBS.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
454 Inroduction to Fetal Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Echocardiographic examination of the fetal heart including normal anatomy and congenital heart disease.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
455 Vascular Sonography III. 3 cr. U. Advanced sonography of the normal cardiovascular system. Doppler principles, spectral display, hemodynamics of blood flow, embryology, and advanced echocardiography.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
457 Sonography Clinical Education V. 4 cr. U. Mastery of abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, neonatal head, specialty parts, and vascular scanning. Students begin scanning and gain competence in echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
458 Seminar in Advanced Medical Imaging. 3 cr. U. Comparison of normal and pathological anatomy cases combining diagnostic medical sonography, computed sonography and magnetic resonance imaging.
458 Seminar in Advanced Medical Imaging. 3 cr. U. Comparison of normal and pathological anatomy cases combining diagnostic medical sonography, computed sonography and magnetic resonance imaging.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
459 Introduction to 3D/4D Ultrasound. 3 cr. U. Comparison of normal and pathological anatomy cases utilizing two, three and four dimensional sonography techniques.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci Prog) or cons instr.
460 Professional Development in Sonography - Seminar. 3 cr. U. Current trends in health care and sonography. Federal regulations, Medicare, managed care, professional organizations, and certication exam preparation.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
461 Sonography Clinical Education VI. 3 cr. U. Mastery of abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, neonatal head, specialty parts, vascular and routine cardiac scanning. Students gain competence in advanced cardiac scanning.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
462 Seminar in Ultrasound Research. 3 cr. U. Student is assigned to a research project and mentor in didactic one-on -one sessions and performing clinical studies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
463 Seminar in Education and Management in Medical Imaging. 3 cr. U. Problem solving of management issues relating to diagnostic medical sonography and exploring educational strategies employed in ultrasound education.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
463 Seminar in Education and Management in Medical Imaging. 3 cr. U. Problem solving of management issues relating to diagnostic medical sonography, computed sonography and magnetic resonance imaging.
464 (effective 05/19/2014) Introduction to Neurosonography. 3 cr. U. Anatomy, physiology, pathology, pathophysiology and the sonographic appearance of the normal and abnormal fetal and neonatal brain.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
464 Fetal/Neonatal Neurosonography. 3 cr. U. Anatomy, physiology, pathology, pathophysiology and the sonographic appearance of the normal and abnormal fetal and neonatal brain.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
470 Radiographic Physics I. 2 cr. U. Atomic and subatomic theories, electrical theory, interaction of x-rays with matter, production of radiation, equipment maintenance, x-ray circuits, tubes, and cooling charts.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
471 Digital Imaging. 3 cr. U. Radiographic qualities and factors influencing those qualities. Principles of flouroscopy, AEC, tomography, and other accessory equipment.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
472 Radiographic Anatomy and Physiology IV. 3 cr. U. Structure and physiology of the human body as they relate to radiography of the remaining systems. The physiochemical process.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
473 Imaging Procedures IV. 2 cr. U. Skull positioning advanced skills, special procedures, and supplementary imaging modalities.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
474 Radiography Clinical Education IV. 4 cr. U. Students to rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
475 Radiographic Physics II. 2 cr. U. Current concepts in quality assurance. The physics of advanced modalities. The physics of radiobiology and radiation protection.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
476 Radiographic Exposure IV. 3 cr. U. Digital imaging concepts and conversion problems, qualities of contrast, density, detail, and distortion.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
477 Cross Sectional Anatomy. 3 cr. U. Structure and physiology of the human body as it appears in cross section. Diagrams, CT, and MRI images are utilized.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
478 Radiologic Pathology. 3 cr. U. Changes that occur in disease and injury and their applications to radiography.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
479 Radiography Clinical Education V. 3 cr. U. Students rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
481 Criminalistics. 3 cr. U. Instruction on collection, preservation, and analysis of physical evidence from crime scenes. Instruction on the rules of evidence and expert testimony.|Anthro 481, Chem 481, BMS(C L Sci) 481, & Crm Jst 481 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Crm Jst 480 (P).
482 Radiography Clinical Internship I. 6 cr. U. 600 hours of clinical experience. The student will begin surgical and evening rotations.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
483 Radiography Clinical Internship II. 3 cr. U. Rotations through the Emergency Department, diagnostic area outpatient and orthopedic clinics, CT, MRI, and interventional radiology.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
484 Radiography Clinical Internship IV. 1 cr. U. 70 hours of clinical practice. Opportunity to rotate through any area of interest in a variety of imaging modalities.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
485 Professional Development in Radiography. 2 cr. U. Federal regulations and legislation as they relate to the health care profession and radiology. Preparation for the certification exam.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
486 Radiography Clinical Education VI. 4 cr. U. Students rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
497 Study Abroad: (Subtitled). 1-12 cr. U/G. Designed to enroll students in UWM sponsored program before course work level, content, and credits are determined and/or in specially prepared program course work.|Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: acceptance to Study Abroad Prog.
501 Introduction to Cytotechnology. 1 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory instruction introducing the profession of Cytotechnology with emphasis on the role, responsibility, and ethics of the profession.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
521 Applied Clinical Hematology. 3 cr. U. Instruction in hematological laboratory techniques and the pathophysiology of disease of the reticuloendothelial system using case studies as a basis of discussion.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci Prog) or cons instr.
521 (effective 05/18/2015) Applied Clinical Hematology. 2 cr. U. Instruction in hematological laboratory techniques and the pathophysiology of disease of the reticuloendothelial system using case studies as a basis of discussion.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci Prog) or cons instr.
522 Hemostasis. 1 cr. U. Correlation of basic theories of the hemostatic system with normal and abnormal clinical laboratory results. Introduction to basic methodology employed in differential diagnosis of hemostatic disorders.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
523 Lectures in Advanced Clinical Hematology. 1 cr. U. Lectures dealing with abnormalities of hematopoiesis, and the blood dyscrasias, and examination of bone marrow and lymphnodes.|Prereq: BioMed Sci(C L Sci) 420(320)(P) or cons instr.
524 Advanced Clinical Hematology Practicum. 3 cr. U. Practical experience in the clinical laboratory dealing with both normal and abnormal hematology and body fluids.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
529 Introduction to Immunohematology. 3 cr. U. An introduction to the fundamentals of immunohematology and clinical blood banking.|Prereq: BioMed Sci(C L Sci) 427(P) or cons instr.
530 Immunohematology and Blood Banking Laboratory. 1 cr. U. Fundamental practical instruction in basic blood banking techniques.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci) 529(C) or cons instr.
531 Advanced Lectures in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 1 cr. U. Clinical applications and relationships within the various disciplines of clinical laboratory sciences including discussion of current topics of interest in diagnostic medicine.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
532 Advanced Clinical Immunohematology and Immunology. 3 cr. U. Practical instruction in clinical serology and immunohematology. Correlation of test results with disease states.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
534 Medical Microbiology. 2 cr. U/G. Advanced comprehensive study of microorganisms that influence human health and disease. Emphasis on identification/diagnosis and microbial attributes and mechanisms that facilitate infectious disease.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
534 (effective 05/18/2015) Medical Microbiology. 3 cr. U/G. Advanced comprehensive study of microorganisms that influence human health and disease. Emphasis on identification/diagnosis and microbial attributes and mechanisms that facilitate infectious disease.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
534 (effective 05/19/2014) Medical Microbiology. 2 cr. U/G. Advanced comprehensive study of microorganisms that influence human health and disease. Emphasis on identification/diagnosis and microbial attributes and mechanisms that facilitate infectious disease.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
535 (effective 05/19/2014) Medical Microbiology Laboratory. 2 cr. U/G. Formal systematic laboratory study of microorganisms important in human health and disease. Emphasis on current methods of detection, identification and treatment. 4 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P), or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 534(C).
535 Medical Microbiology Laboratory. 2 cr. U/G. Formal systematic laboratory study of microorganisms important in human health and disease. Emphasis on current methods of detection, identification and treatment. 4 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P), or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 534(C).
536 Applied Clinical Microbiology. 3 cr. U. Lectures and laboratory dealing with the systematic study of bacteria of medical importance to humans.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) or cons prog dir.
536 (effective 05/18/2015) Applied Clinical Microbiology. 2 cr. U. Lectures and laboratory dealing with the systematic study of bacteria of medical importance to humans.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) or cons prog dir.
537 Medical Parasitology and Mycology. 2 cr. U/G. Lectures and laboratory dealings with the medically significant parasitic and mycotic agents of human disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog; or grad st; or cons instr.
538 Advanced Clinical Microbiology Practicum. 3 cr. U. Clinical instruction in techniques utilized for the diagnosis of infectious disease, including special culture techniques.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
539 (effective 05/19/2014) Public Health Microbiology. 2 cr. U/G. The role of microbiological analysis in public health and the current techniques for detecting, identifying, and enumerating pathogenic microorganisms.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P), or grad st; or cons instr.
539 Public Health Microbiology. 2 cr. U/G. The role of microbiological analysis in public health and the current techniques for detecting, identifying, and enumerating pathogenic microorganisms.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P), or grad st; or cons instr.
540 (effective 05/19/2014) Public Health Microbiology Lab. 1 cr. U/G. Current laboratory techniques for detecting, identifying, and enumerating pathogenic microorganisms.|Prereq: jr st, or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 539(C).
540 Public Health Microbiology Lab. 1 cr. U/G. Current laboratory techniques for detecting, identifying, and enumerating pathogenic microorganisms.|Prereq: jr st, or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 539(C).
541 Urinalysis. 1 cr. U. Lecture and laboratory experience in clinical analysis of urine.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
542 (effective 05/18/2015) Applied Clinical Chemistry. 2 cr. U. Systematic instruction in the laboratory determination of substances of principal interest to the diagnosis of human disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
542 Applied Clinical Chemistry. 3 cr. U. Systematic instruction in the laboratory determination of substances of principal interest to the diagnosis of human disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
544 Advanced Clinical Chemistry Practicum. 3 cr. U. Experience in a hospital laboratory dealing with routine and specialized biochemical procedures and all phases of instrumentation currently used in this field.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
545 (effective 01/26/2015) Human Histology. 3 cr. U/G. A detailed study of the structure and function of human tissues.|Prereq: jr st.
547 Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis. 5 cr. U. Lectures and laboratory covering special topics in the use of laboratory testing in clinical diagnosis of disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
548 Clinical Laboratory Practice. 5 cr. U. Experience in various laboratory techniques.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
549 Professional Development in Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 3 cr. U. Discussion and participation in professional development activities. Topics include: laboratory management, laboratory information systems, professional conduct, ethics, certification, job placement, and educational methodologies.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci(C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
549 Professional Development in Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 3 cr. U. Discussion and participation in professional development activities. Topics include: laboratory management, laboratory information systems, professional conduct, ethics, certification, job placement, and educational methodologies.
552 Advanced Nutrition. 2 cr. U/G. Nutrient utilization and human metabolism, nutritional influences in anthropology, epidemiology and international development issues.|Prereq: jr st; BMS(C L Sci) 232(P) or Bio Sci 501(P).
555 Toxicology and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring. 1 cr. U/G. Survey of the pharmacology and analytical methods for identification and quantitation of therapeutic and toxic substances.|Prereq: jr st, & Chem 341(P) or 345(P); or cons instr.
560 Molecular and Genetic Diagnostics. 2 cr. U/G. Introduction to principles and applications of DNA technology in the clinical laboratory.|Prereq: jr st, Chem 501(P); or grad st.
561 Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory. 1 cr. U/G. Clinical laboratory experiences in molecular diagnostic techniques and instrumentation.|Prereq: jr st & BMS(C L Sci) 560(C); or grad st & BMS(C L Sci) 705(P); or cons instr.
575 Cytology of the Female Genital Tract - I. 4 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lectures discussing the normal and abnormal cytology of the female genital tract.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
576 Cytology of the Female Genital Tract - II. 4 cr. U. Fieldwork to include laboratory experience dealing with the study of the normal and abnormal cytology of the female genital tract.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
577 Cytology of the Respiratory Tract. 3 cr. U. Lectures and laboratory experience in the study of the normal and abnormal cytology of the respiratory tract.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
578 Cytology of the Gastrointestinal and the Genito-Urinary Tract. 2 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experience dealing with the normal and abnormal cytology of the G.I. and G.U. tracts.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
579 Cytology of Effusions and the Central Nervous System. 3 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experiences in the study of various body fluids in health and disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
580 Aspiration Cytology. 4 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experience dealing with aspiration cytology.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
581 Special Procedures in Cytology. 1 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experiences dealing with special procedures used in cytological diagnosis.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
582 Cytology of the Breast. 1 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experiences dealing with the normal and abnormal cytology of the breast.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
583 Cytology Preparation Techniques. 1 cr. U. Fieldwork to include laboratory preparation of gynecologic and non-gynecologic cytology specimens using several different instrument methodologies.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
585 Internship in Forensic Toxicology. 1-3 cr. U. Practical experience in a forensic toxicology laboratory under the supervision of a toxicologist.|Anthro 585, Chem 585, BMS(C L Sci) 585, & Crm Jst 585 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/ Crm Jst 281(P) & 285(P); Chem 221(P) or 223(P); Crm Jst 480(P); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
586 Cytology Lab Operations and Quality Control. 1 cr. U. Basic administrative functions and quality control procedures utilized in the cytology laboratory.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
587 Research Methods in Cytology. 1 cr. U. Research methods in cytology through journal club, literature reviews, case studies, and library research.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci(C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
588 Diagnostic Microscopy in Cytology. 5 cr. U. Fieldwork in a functioning cytotechnology laboratory.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
589 Internship in Death Investigation. 1-3 cr. U. Practical experience in death investigation under the supervision of a death investigator and forensic pathologist.|Anthro 589, Chem 589, BMS(C L Sci) 589 & Crm Jst 589 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Crm Jst 480(P); BMS(C L Sci) 620(R); ; Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
590 Topics in Clinical Laboratory Sciences: (Subtitled). 1-5 cr. U/G. Topics of current interest in the field of clinical laboratory sciences. The major theme for each semester offering will be posted.|May be repeated with change in topic to max of 9 cr for grad students. Prereq: jr st; cons instr for grad cr.
594 Internship in Forensic Science. 1-3 cr. U. On-site shadowing of evidence analyst at State Crime Laboratory.|Anthro 594, Chem 594, BMS(C L Sci) 594, & Crm Jst 594 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Chem 221(P) or 223(P); Crm Jst 480(P); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
599 Independent Study. 1-3 cr. U. Individualized experience which enables the student to study current topics of interest to the clinical laboratory scientist. Level of credit assigned based on time required for completion.|May be retaken to 12 cr max. Prereq: cons instr & prog dir.
600 Contrast Diagnostic Imaging. 3 cr. U. Use of contrast media in medical imaging diagnostic procedures.
600 Contrast Diagnostic Imaging. 3 cr. U/G. Use of contrast media in medical imaging diagnostic procedures.|Prereq: jr st in Biomed Sci program; ARRT, ARDMS, or CCI Imaging Certification or completion of an Intro to Diagnostic Imaging course.
601 Molecular Imaging for Diagnostic Imaging. 3 cr. U. Study of imaging principles utilized with molecular imaging. To include review of scientific publications for the use of molecular imaging to review various disease processes.
601 Molecular Imaging for Diagnostic Imaging. 3 cr. U/G. Study of imaging principles utilized with molecular imaging. To include review of scientific publications for the use of molecular imaging to review various disease processes.|Prereq: jr st in Biomed Sci program; ARRT, ARDMS, or CCI Imaging Certification or completion of an Intro to Diagnostic Imaging course.
610 (HS 610) Pharmacology. 3 cr. U/G. Lectures on pharmacokinetics, mechanisms of action, and physiological effects of toxic and therapeutic substances.|Prereq: jr st, Chem 501(P), or cons instr.
615 Cellular and Molecular Toxicology. 3 cr. U/G. Cellular and molecular mechanisms of toxicant interactions with critical target organelles and molecules and subsequent downstream cellular responses.|Prereq: jr st, Chem 501(P) or cons instr; or grad st.

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