Body Systems and Disorders
Sophomores MSA Class
This course focuses on human anatomy and physiology, normal function of body systems, associated pathologies, and medical interventions. Emphasis is on providing students with a thorough understanding of body systems and their interrelationships. The course includes advanced medical terminology as applied to diseases, disorders, and medical interventions.
The Body Systems & Disorders Online Course is a year long course designed to facilitate learning and comprehension of the structure and function of each body system as well as the common diseases. Also integrated in the course is medical terminology which will facilitate learning and comprehension of the basic terms and abbreviations used within the medical field.
What Do Sophomores Do In MSA?
Sophomores have an understanding of basic first aid, treatment of injuries, and emergency procedures. They are expected to know these skills in case a situation arises. Sophomores are primarily in charge of giving water to athletes and assisting the upperclassmen with treating injuries.
Sophomore Hour Requirements
Work Based Learning: 30 hrs./ semester HONORS: 60 hrs./ semester
Community Service: 10 hrs./ semester
Team Bonding: 5 hrs./ semester
Basic Life Support
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Certification
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Certification