Case studies in companion animal medicine are used to develop clinical, analytical, and diagnostic skills based on a knowledge of anatomy and physiology. This course also explores problem-based learning in medicine. Prerequisites: ASCI 118; and ASCI 141 or both ASCI 111 and ASCI 120; minimum Junior standing.

Subject

ASCI

Course Number

263

Credits

3.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
ASCI 263 A Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Fall 2021 92940
ASCI 263 A Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Fall 2020 92971
ASCI 263 A Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Fall 2019 93300
ASCI 263 A Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Fall 2018 93904
ASCI 263 A Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Fall 2017 95219
ASCI 263 A Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Spring 2015 13708
ASCI 263 A Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Spring 2013 13585
ASCI 263 B Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Fall 2011 93266
ASCI 263 B Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Fall 2010 94506
ASCI 263 A Clin Top:Companion Animal Med Patricia Erickson Fall 2009 90195

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