For graduate students who have obtained primary health care baccalaureate degrees through the case study approach. Covers the underlying principles of modern experimental pathology. Focuses on the clinical aspects of the body system, including relevant underlying biochemistry, structure, or pathophysiology at the organ, tissue, cell or molecular level. Prerequisites: Undergraduate degree, health care experience, biochemistry or cell biology, anatomy and microbiology. Fall and Spring,. Class Notes: UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE, HEALTH CARE EXPERIENCE, TAKEN COURSES IN BIOCHEM, CELL BIOLOGY, ANATOMY AND MICROBIOLOGY. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: Admission to Graduate Health Sciences Program.