Jun 20, 2018  
2016-2017 South University Academic Catalog Version II 
2016-2017 South University Academic Catalog Version II [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions

South University courses are numbered according to the general level of instruction. Although there are exceptional cases, most courses numbered at the 1000 and 2000 levels are designed for freshmen and sophomore students; courses numbered at  the 3000 and 4000 levels are intended for junior and senior students. Developmental courses are designated by a 0099 course number. Courses are assigned letters by the department/major area in which they are taught and are listed in alphabetical order.

Academic offerings are subject to change at the discretion of the institution. Prerequisites can be waived with the permission of the Department Chair or Program Director. If no prerequisite is indicated, none is required.

South University reserves the right to cancel any scheduled class if 10 or fewer students are registered. Not all courses are offered at all campuses. Some courses are offered only through the online programs. Please contact the particular campus for current course availability.

Course descriptions describe the learning opportunities that are provided through the classroom and coursework. It is each student’s responsibility to participate in the activities that will lead to successfully meeting the learning outcomes.


Physician Assistant

   •  PAS5180 Clinical Medicine and Pharmacotherapeutics I
   •  PAS5181 Clinical Medicine and Pharmacotherapeutics II
   •  PAS5182 Clinical Medicine and Pharmacotherapeutics III
   •  PAS5183 Clinical Medicine and Pharmacotherapeutics IV
   •  PAS5190 Essentials of Emergency Medicine
   •  PAS5199 Independent Study I
   •  PAS5210 Physical Assessment Lab I
   •  PAS5211 Physical Assessment Lab II
   •  PAS5225 Medical Anatomy and Physiology I Lab
   •  PAS5226 Medical Anatomy and Physiology II Lab
   •  PAS5295 Applied Learning Experience I
   •  PAS5296 Applied Learning Experience II
   •  PAS5297 Applied Learning Experience III
   •  PAS5298 Applied Learning Experience IV
   •  PAS5299 Independent Study II
   •  PAS5380 Clinical Medicine and Pharmacotherapeutics I Lab
   •  PAS5381 Clinical Medicine and Pharmacotherapeutics II Lab
   •  PAS5382 Clinical Medicine and Pharmacotherapeutics III Lab
   •  PAS5383 Clinical Medicine and Pharmacotherpeutics IV Lab
   •  PAS6152 Medical Literature in Clinical Practice
   •  PAS6200 Clinical Rotation I
   •  PAS6205 Clinical Rotation II
   •  PAS6210 Clinical Rotation III
   •  PAS6215 Clinical Rotation IV
   •  PAS6220 Clinical Rotation V
   •  PAS6225 Clinical Rotation VI
   •  PAS6230 Clinical Rotation VII
   •  PAS6235 Clinical Rotation VIII
   •  PAS6320 Special Topics in Clinical Practice I
   •  PAS6330 Special Topics in Clinical Practice II
   •  PAS6340 Special Topics in Clinical Practice III
   •  PAS6350 Physician Assistant Senior Seminar


   •  PHY1020 Survey of General Physics


   •  POL2076 American Government

Professional Development

   •  UVC1000 Strategies for Success
   •  UVC4000 Career Exploration Seminar

Project Management

   •  PMC6601 Foundations of Project Management


   •  PSY1001 General Psychology
   •  PSY2007 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences
   •  PSY2008 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences Lab
   •  PSY2010 Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY2022 Human Growth and Development
   •  PSY2050 History and Systems
   •  PSY2060 Research Methods
   •  PSY2061 Research Methods Lab
   •  PSY3001 Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSY3002 Cognitive Psychology Lab
   •  PSY3010 Social Psychology
   •  PSY3011 Social Psychology Lab
   •  PSY3200 Biological Psychology
   •  PSY3300 Personality
   •  PSY3400 Sensation and Perception
   •  PSY3500 Motivation
   •  PSY3520 Child/Adolescent Development
   •  PSY3530 Adult Development
   •  PSY3540 Elderly Development
   •  PSY3600 Introduction to Human Neuropsychology
   •  PSY3602 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences II
   •  PSY3603 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences III
   •  PSY3652 Research Methods II
   •  PSY3653 Research Methods III
   •  PSY3700 Multimedia Assessment and Psychometrics
   •  PSY3800 Introduction to Psychological Testing and Assessment
   •  PSY4001 Addictions
   •  PSY4030 Multicultural Psychology
   •  PSY4040 Human Sexuality
   •  PSY4200 Psychology and the Media
   •  PSY4300 Anxiety Disorders
   •  PSY4320 Psychology and Gender
   •  PSY4400 Child and Adolescent Disorders
   •  PSY4420 Health Psychology
   •  PSY4470 Forensic Psychology (formerly Psychology and Law)
   •  PSY4480 Psychology of Religion
   •  PSY4490 Biological Psychology
   •  PSY4540 Introduction to Professional Counseling
   •  PSY4541 Introduction to Clinical Psychology
   •  PSY4550 Introduction to Psychological Testing and Assessment
   •  PSY4560 Industrial Organizational Psychology
   •  PSY4570 Mood Disorders
   •  PSY4580 Psychometrics and Assessment
   •  PSY4600 Anxiety and Mood Disorders
   •  PSY4620 Learning and Memory
   •  PSY4630 Principles of Behavioral Neuroscience
   •  PSY4800 Senior Seminar
   •  PSY4851 Senior Thesis I
   •  PSY4852 Senior Thesis II
   •  PSY4901 Field Placement I
   •  PSY4902 Field Placement II

Public Administration

   •  MPA5001 Foundations of Public Administration
   •  MPA5005 Public and Non-profit Organizational Behavior
   •  MPA5010 Public and Non-profit Budgeting and Accounting
   •  MPA6001 Research and Data Analysis in Public Administration
   •  MPA6100 Non-profit Fundraising and Volunteer Development
   •  MPA6105 Grant Writing and Contract Administration
   •  MPA6110 Management of Non-profit Organizations
   •  MPA6115 Program Evaluation of Public and Non-profit Organizations
   •  MPA6501 State and Local Government and Intergovernmental Relations
   •  MPA6505 Legislative and Judicial Process
   •  MPA6520 Legal Environment of Public Administration
   •  MPA6999 Strategic Challenges in Public Administration

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