ma_sciecne_trackScience is the study of the order of the world- the macrocosm of the earth and the microcosm of our own bodies. Take advantage of the opportunity to study it with instructors who believe and live by their belief in a Borei Olam and have incorporated this into their masterful teaching.

The science courses provide students with the opportunity to begin fulfilling their requirements for the health professions including nursing, physical therapy, and others. The Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology I & II courses are all offered with a fully equipped lab. The Nutrition course combines the study of health and fitness.

Students earning their B.A. through Maalot can continue their graduate studies in many health related professions.

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* Not all courses are offered at all locations


Anatomy and Physiology/Lab I

Methods of instruction include lecture and demonstrations with laboratory requirement. A general overview of the organization of the human body is presented followed by major organ systems and an overview of pathophysiology topics.

Anatomy and Physiology/Lab II

Methods of instruction include lecture and lab. A general overview of the organization of the human body is presented followed by major organ systems and an overview of pathophysiology topics. Pre-requisite: Anatomy and Physiology I.

Biology/Lab

Methods of instruction include lecture and lab. Topics include the scientific method, chemical basis of life, cell structure and metabolism, cellular reproduction, genetics and transfer of genetic information from genes to protein, and the molecular basis of cancer.

Chemistry/Lab

Methods of instruction include lecture and labs. Topics include atoms, molecules, atomic theory, chemical formulas and equations, matter and energy, properties of solution, periodicity of elements, chemical bonding, and properties of gasses.

Nutrition

Methods include lecture and lab. Topics include digestion, absorption of nutrients, carbohydrates, fats, protein, vitamins and mineral requirements, additives, fads, diet, exercise and body response, socioeconomic influences on nutritional habits, and culture and consumer concerns.

Computer Concepts and Applications CIS 101

Major topics covered in the course are: an introduction to computers, understanding the Windows operating system and the basic office systems application software categories of word processing, database and spreadsheets using Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Access.

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