SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES
Stephen W. Thomas, Interim Dean, 302-C Belk
HPRO: Health Professions
5000. Seminar in Human Sexual Dysfunctions (3) Exploration of problems in human sexual behavior and functioning. Emphasis on development of assessment and intervention skills in delivery of sexual health care to broad spectrum of clients.
5011, 5012. Gross Anatomy (5,0) P: Enrolled in OCCT or PTHE programs or consent of dept chairs. Structure of human body. Lab dissection.
5030, 5031. Neuroanatomy (3,0) P: Enrolled in OCCT or PTHE programs or consent of dept chairs; HPRO 5011, 5012. Relationship between structure and function of the nervous system and foundations of neurology. Pathophysiology of specific neurologic disorders common to practice of occupational and physical therapy.
DEPARTMENT OF BIOSTATISTICS
Thomas Chenier, Chairperson, 312-G Belk
5010. Epidemiology for Health Professionals (3) P: BIOS 1500 or consent of instructor. Distribution of disease in human populations and factors that influence this distribution. Emphasis on leading causes of death, evaluating health research, and utilizing epidemiologic methods.
5450. Applied Multivariate Analysis (3) P for undergraduate students: BIOS 3501; MATH 3256; or equivalent; or consent of instructor; P for graduate students: BIOS 5021, 5022; MATH 3256; or equivalent; or consent of instructor. Development and discussion of multivariate topics. Multivariate normal distribution, MANOVA, principal components analysis, discriminant analysis, and other related topics.
5500. Nonparametric Statistical Methods (3) P for undergraduate students: BIOS 3501 or consent of instructor; P for graduate students: A statistics course; consent of instructor. Application of nonparametric methods for various problems in statistical analysis. Procedures based on randomization and ranks.
6021. Biostatistics for Health Professionals I (3) Formerly BIOS 5021 May not be used as a prerequisite for HPRO 4350. Application of statistics to health field. Types, organization, and display of data; elementary probability; rates and standardization of rates; parametric and nonparametric techniques when dealing with one or two samples (matched or independent); one-way ANOVA; and simple linear regression.
6022. Biostatistics for Health Professionals II (3) Formerly BIOS 5022 P: BIOS 6021 or consent of instructor. Continuation of BIOS 6021. Topics include ANOVA for multi-factor designs; analysis of single degree of freedom contrasts, randomized block, and repeated measures designs; multiple linear and logistic regression; odds ratio; and relative risk in 2x2 tables
6501. Experimental Design I (3) P: BIOS 5022 or equivalent or consent of instructor. Detailed coverage of analysis of variance. Topics include analysis of variance for completely randomized, randomized block, factorial, and split plot designs; multiple comparison procedures, tests of normality and homogeneity of variance; and introduction to general linear model.
6502. Experimental Design II (3) P: BIOS 6501 or equivalent or consent of instructor. Continuation of BIOS 6501. Topics include analysis of variance for hierarchical designs, partially and completely confounded designs, fractional factorial designs, and a coverage of analyses for unbalanced designs.
BIOS Banked Courses
5300. Advanced Epidemiologic Design and Analysis (3)
5350. Application of Statistical Methods in Epidemiology (2)
5400 Research Planning in Epidemiology (3)
5575 Introduction to Survivorship Analysis (3)
5600 Categorical Data Analysis (3)