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BMS 300 Level Courses

BMS 329 - Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals

Survey of body systems of domestic animals. Provides a medical science orientation particularly useful to students in a pre-veterinary medicine curriculum.

  • 3 credits (3-0)
  • Semester Offered: Spring
  • Instructor in Charge: Kimber, M
  • Prerequisite: Biol 212, Biol 212

BMS 330/530 - Principles of Morphology I

Anatomy of the dog.

  • 5 credits (3-6)
  • Semester Offered: Fall
  • Instructor in Charge: Jeftinija, S
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status for 330; 10 credits in biological science and instructor permission for 530

BMS 331/531 - Principles of Morphology II

Comparative and topographic anatomy of horse, ruminants, pig, and chicken.

  • 4 credits (2-6)
  • Semester Offered: Spring
  • Instructor in Charge: Rowe, E
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status for 331; BMS 530 for 531

BMS 333 - Biomedical Sciences I

Microscopic anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, and urinary system.

  • 6 credits (5-3)
  • Semester Offered: Fall
  • Instructor in Charge: Uemura, E
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status

BMS 334 - Biomedical Sciences II

Microscopic anatomy of the immune system and integument. Microscopic anatomy and physiology of the digestive system, endocrine system, and reproductive system.

  • 6 credits (5-3)
  • Semester Offered: Spring
  • Instructor in Charge: Bracha, V
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status

BMS 337/537 - Neuroanatomy

Neuroanatomy of domestic animals.

  • 3 credits (2-2)
  • Semester Offered: Spring
  • Instructor in Charge: Uemura, E.
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status for 337; 10 credits in biological science and instructor permission for 537

BMS 339 - Clinical Foundations I

Canine physical examination. Basic behavior, animal handling, and restraining. Medical record keeping.

  • 1 credit (0-2)
  • Semester Offered: Fall
  • Instructor in Charge: Bolser, K
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status

BMS 345 - Case Study I

Clinical applications of basic sciences taught concurrently in the fall semester of the first year curriculum of veterinary medicine.<!--2-->

  • 1 credit (0-2)
  • Semester Offered: Fall
  • Instructor in Charge: Bolser, K.
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status

BMS 346 - Case Study II

Clinical applications of basic sciences taught concurrently in the spring semester of the first year curriculum in veterinary medicine.

  • 1 credit (0-1)
  • Semester Offered: Spring
  • Instructor in Charge: Rowe, E
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status

BMS 353X/553X - Topics in Molecular Veterinary Medicine

Receptor and signal transduction anomalies and their diagnosis in veterinary medicine.

  • 1 credit (1-0)
  • Semester Offered: Spring
  • Instructor in Charge: Carlson, S
  • Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of 354

BMS 354/554 - General Pharmacology

General principles. Drug disposition. Drugs acting on the nervous, cardiovascular, renal, gastrointestinal, and endocrine systems.

  • 3 credits (3-0); non-major graduate credit
  • Semester Offered: Spring
  • Instructor in Charge: Day, T
  • Prerequisite: VM1 status for 354; BMS 549 and 552 & BBMB 404 and 405 for 554