Medical Terminology (CLAS 103.3)

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CLAS 103 01B September 2018 Kyle McLeister
CLAS 103 W01 September 2018 Kyle McLeister
CLAS 103 W15 September 2018 Kyle McLeister
 
CLAS 103 02 January 2018 Kyle McLeister
 
CLAS 103 01B September 2017 Kyle McLeister
CLAS 103 W01 September 2017 Kyle McLeister
CLAS 103 W11 September 2017 Kyle McLeister
CLAS 103 W15 September 2017 Kyle McLeister
CLAS 103 W51 September 2017 Kyle McLeister
 
CLAS 103 01 May 2017 Kyle McLeister
 
CLAS 103 02 January 2017 Kyle McLeister
 
CLAS 103 01 September 2016 Lewis Stiles
 
CLAS 103 02 January 2016

Description

Presents the most important Greek and Latin roots of the vocabulary of contemporary medicine and demonstrates the predictable patterns by which these roots combine. Students will learn to define new compounds and phrases by analysis of their parts and will be introduced to language history, linguistic principles and etymology.

Formerly

CLAS 163.

Note

Students with credit for CLAS 163, 241, 262 or 263 may not take this course for credit. These courses have not been offered for more than ten years as of 2012. May be taken as an elective only under Requirement 7 of Program Types A, B, C, and D.

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