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Human Biology Course List

General Information

This degree program requires a minimum of 60 credit hours of lower division course work to be completed at an accredited college or university and 65 credit hours of upper division work to be completed at Texas Chiropractic College. A DC student seeking a BS will be billed at the BS/DC tuition rate for upper division courses.

The lower division coursework for the B.S. degree is taken at an accredited college or university.  The upper division coursework for the B.S. degree is taken during the first five trimesters in the Doctor of Chiropractic degree program.

Upper Division Requirements (65 credit hours)

Anatomy (Credit Hours)
AN1441 Histology (4.5)
AN1746 Gross Anatomy & Embryology I  7
AN2746 Gross Anatomy & Embryology II 7
AN3441 Human Neuroanatomy 4.5

Physiology (Credit Hours)
PH2653 Cellular/Muscle/CV/Respiratory Physiology 6.5
PH3653 GE, GU, Endocrine & Neurophysiology  6.5

Chemistry
CM1550 Human Biochemistry (5)

Microbiology
MB2330 General Microbiology (3)
MB3440 Pathogenic Microbiology (6)

Pathology
PA2440 General Pathology (4)
PA3330 Systems Pathology I (3)
PA4330 Systems Pathology II (3)

Science Electives (6 credits required)
AN1330 Spinal Anatomy (3)
CH2220 Spinal Biomechanics (2)
CH3220 Lower Extremity Biomechanics (2)
CH4220 Upper Extremity Biomechanics (2)

Total Lower Division and Upper Division Credits:
125 credit hours