Courses by Campus

Indiana University School of Medicine—Terre Haute

Courses by Department | Courses by Campus

First-Year Courses
Semester I
  • BIOC–B b523 Biochemistry (5 cr.) The chemistry and reactions of constituents of living matter, including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids, vitamins, coenzymes, and minerals; the chemistry and regulations of the reactions and processes of whole organisms; endocrinology; enzymology; nutrition; intermediary metabolism; and biomedical mechanisms in selected disease states. King
  • ANAT–D d523 Gross Anatomy (6 cr.) An intensive study of the human body in relation to medicine using team-based learning, dissections, clinical demonstrations, and participation in autopsies. Duong
  • ANAT–D 524 Histology (4 cr.) An examination of the structure and function of human cells and tissues through lectures, microscope laboratory with extensive student slide collection, laboratory website, and audiovisual aids. Moga
  • MSCI–X 515 Immunology (2 cr.) Immunology for medical students. Klemsz
  • MED–X 600 Introduction to Clinical Medicine I: The Patient-Doctor Relationship (3 cr.) This year-long, multi-departmental, interdisciplinary course is designed to introduce students to the patient/doctor relationship through interactions with faculty and patients in a variety of settings. In small groups facilitated by primary care and behavioral science faculty, students direct their learning toward the complexity of the context from which a patient seeks medical care. To achieve this, students examine normal human behavior and development throughout the life cycle. Issues addressed include preventative health care, sexuality, cultural diversity, minority health issues, religion and spirituality, family dynamics, the economics of health care, and death and dying. Stevens and Turner
Semester II
  • ANAT–D 525 Neurobiology (4 cr.) An examination of structure and functions of the human central nervous system with an emphasis on clinical correlations and the neurological examination. Lannoo
  • MCSI–X 505 Concepts in Health and Disease (4 cr.) Problem-based learning and diagnostic interpretations. Emphasis on the clinical competencies. Waite
  • PHSL–F 525 Physiology (5 cr.) A course designed to obtain a good understanding of the function of living organisms with emphasis on human beings, a course to become familiar with the normal physiology to be able to comprehend pathological conditions. The course is structured according to the following components: cellular, muscular, sensory, neuronal, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, gastrointestinal, endocrinological, integrative, and nutritional physiology and is taught in interactive lectures and small laboratories. Waite
Second-Year Courses
Semester I
  • MGEN–Q 602 Medical Genetics (2 cr.) This course builds on basic knowledge of genetics with resulting insight and recognition of genetic problems of patients in their prospective offspring. The student should be aware of socioeconomic and psychological stigmas associated with genetic anomalies and be able to refer those afflicted patients to competent genetic counseling centers. Staff
  • PATH–C 623 General Pathology (7 cr.) An introduction to mechanisms of disease through demonstrations, lectures, laboratory, and conferences; emphasis on basic concepts and principles of disease processes. DePond
  • PHAR–F 624 Pharmacology (6 cr.) In this course, the drugs are classified as to site and mechanism of action and representative members of each class of drugs are discussed. The emphasis is on rational clinical uses. Zimmerman
  • MSCI–X 621 Introduction to Clinical Medicine II (21 cr.) This year-long, multidisciplinary course is designed to introduce clinical medicine. It includes medical history taking and physical examination skills learned at the bedside with direct patient contact. Clinical medicine is surveyed concurrently with emphasis on pathophysiology and diagnosis. Problem-solving skills are stressed, including synthesis and interpretations of medical data. Albrecht
Semester II
  • MSCI–X 622 Biostatistics (1 cr.) Biostatistics for medical students. Zimmerman
  • PATH–C 624 Systemic Pathology (7 cr.) A presentation of pathology by organ systems with emphasis on etiologic factors, evolution of lesions, pathologic physiology, and clinical correlations. Depond
Third-Year Courses
  • ANES–L  704 Anesthesiology (0 cr.) Required anesthesia clerkship reserved for rural track students. Levine
  • X 730 Family Medicine Clerkship (0 cr.) Required family medicine clerkship reserved for rural track students. Drake
  • X 601 Core Medicine Clerkship (0 cr.) Required medicine clerkship reserved for rural track students. Bolinger
  • N 720 Core Clerkship–Neurology (0 cr.) Required neurology clerkship reserved for rural track students. Wojcieszek
  • OBGY–G  730 OB/GYN Clerkship (0 cr.) Required obstetrics and gynecology clerkship reserved for rural track students.  <em>Nour</em>
  • PED–K  710 Pediatrics Clerkship (0 cr.) Required pediatrics clerkship reserved for rural track students. Hilton/Harshawat
  • PSY–N 730 Psychiatric Clerkship (0 cr.)
  • SURG–S  700 Surgery Clerkship (0 cr.) Required surgery clerkship reserved for rural track students - Lynch Cardiovascular surgery - Antaki Otorhinolaryngology - Seitz Orthopedic surgery - Ulrich Urology - Claybrook
  • EMER–X  690 Emergency Medicine Clerkship (0 cr.) Required senior core emergency medicine clerkship reserved for rural track students. <em>Tenbrink</em>
  • MED–M 730 Core Internal Medicine Sub-Internship (0 cr.) Required senior medicine sub-I clerkship reserved for rural track students. Bolinger
  • RADI–R  720 Core Clerkship-Radiology (0 cr.) Required senior core radiology clerkship reserved for rural track students.  <em>Sidda</em>

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