Summer Bridge Courses

The path toward a health career isn't always easy. Jessup is here to bridge the gap.

For those students pursuing Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Physician's Assistant, Jessup University is now offering 5 pre-allied health courses over a short 14-week span for students at impacted Universities and Colleges.

  • Human Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Statistics
  • Micro-Biology
  • Intro to Chemistry

In just 14 weeks, you could complete one or more of these prerequisite courses. The schedule is flexible, which allows you to build it around your busy life.

  • One 3 hour lab per week
  • Evenings from 6pm-9pm
  • Online lecture component

So, are you ready to take the next step toward your career?
Register by April 24th to begin the program by May 1st, 2017.
Contact George Stubblefield at (916)577-8044 for more info.

The cost is $395 per unit and $120 per lab, an investment well-worth speeding up the process toward your degree.

Register for Summer Bridge Classes

Course Offerings

BIOL225 Human Anatomy (3 Units)

BIOL225. Human Anatomy (3)
Prerequisite: Eligibility for college level English course
Enrollment Comments: Course includes a mandatory lab component (BIOL225L) that must be taken concurrently. Successful
completion of this course requires passing both BIOL225 and BIOL225L with a C- or better in a concurrent semester. This course is
designed especially for health science majors interested in careers in medicine, dentistry, nursing, occupational and physical therapy,
medical laboratory, physician’s assistant, and physical education. Examines structure, relationships among structures, and histology of the human body through a rigorous study of human anatomy.

BIOL225L Human Anatomy Lab

Enrollment Comments: This is a mandatory lab component of BIOL225 and must be taken concurrently. Successful completion of this
course requires passing both BIOL225 and BIOL225L with a C- or better in a concurrent semester.
Laboratory exercises provide students with hands-on applications of principles discussed in lecture. Cadavers and/or animal organ
systems are utilized in the laboratory.

BIOL 246 Human Physiology (4 Units)

Course includes a mandatory lab component (BIOL246L) that must be taken concurrently. Successful
completion of this course requires passing both BIOL246 and BIOL246L with a C- or better in a concurrent semester. This course is
recommended for students interested in nursing, physical education, physical and occupational therapy, psychology, dentistry, and
allied health careers.Explores the function, regulation, and homeostasis of systems in the human body. Experiments on nonliving systems, blood and circulation, muscle, nervous system and sense organs, ion balance and fluid environment, endocrines, respiration, and digestion.

BIOL 246L Human Physiology Lab

BIOL246L Enrollment Comments: This is a mandatory lab component of BIOL246 and must be taken concurrently. Successful completion of this course requires passing both BIOL246 and BIOL246L with a C- or better in a concurrent semester.
Laboratory exercises provide students with hands-on applications of principles discussed in lecture.

BIOL336 General Microbiology (3 Units)

Course includes a mandatory lab component (BIOL336L) that must be taken concurrently. Successful
completion of this course requires passing both BIOL336 and BIOL336L with a C- or better in a concurrent semester. This course is
designed for students requiring microbiology for professional schools. Surveys a diverse spectrum of microorganisms, particularly bacteria and viruses, and emphasizes the interaction of microbes with humans and their role in disease. T

BIOL336L. General Microbiology Lab

This is a mandatory lab component of BIOL336 and must be taken concurrently. Successful completion of this
course requires passing both BIOL336 and BIOL336L with a C- or better in a concurrent semester. Laboratory exercises provide students with hands-on applications of principles discussed in lecture. Laboratory work includes aseptic techniques, methods of cultivating and identifying bacteria, and demonstration of microbial properties.

CHEM105 Introduction to Chemistry (4 units)

Course includes a mandatory lab component (CHEM105L) that must be taken concurrently. Successful completion of this course requires passing both CHEM105 and CHEM105L with a C- or better in a concurrent semester. Introduces fundamental principles of general chemistry including types of matter and physical states, physical and chemical transformations, chemical equations and stoichiometry, bonding, atomic and chemical structure, intermolecular forces, gas laws, solutions, colligative properties, acids and bases, and nuclear chemistry. The course is designed to meet the requirements for certain nursing, dental hygiene, physical therapy, agriculture, and forestry programs and helps satisfy general education science requirements. Formerly Introduction to General Chemistry.

CHEM105L. Introduction to Chemistry Lab

This is a mandatory lab component of CHEM105 and must be taken concurrently. Successful completion of
this course requires passing both CHEM105 and CHEM105L with a C- or better in a concurrent semester. Laboratory exercises provide students with hands on applications of principles discussed in lecture. Formerly Introduction to General Chemistry Lab.

MATH120. Statistics (3 units)

Prerequisites: Grade of C- or better in MATH092 or approved ACT or SAT scores
An introduction to the tools of statistics covering such topics as frequency distributions, variability, probability, and hypothesis
testing