Touro College Los Angeles (TCLA) offers a full array of prerequisite science courses for those interested in continuing their education and/or working in the health science fields. TCLA has recently increased their offerings due to popular demand.
This year the college offered Physics I and II and The Physical Universe during the summer semesters. It is offering Chemistry I and Anatomy and Physiology I this fall, and plans to offer Chemistry II and The Physical Universe II next spring. TCLA regularly offers Biology I and II, Chemistry I and II, Physics I and II, and Anatomy and Physiology I and II.
Dr. Niaz Cohen, Ph.D., who is teaching Anatomy and Physiology this year, also teaches biology at TCLA. She said, “The small group size in biology laboratory enables the students to assist each other in performing various lab exercises. In addition, the instructor is able to give more attention to each individual’s performance during various experiments.” Small class size and individualized attention is a benefit at TCLA – and especially valuable in science classes.
The Touro College and University System, having acquired New York Medical School in 2011, is adding an extensive range of M.D. programs to its already existing list of health science graduate schools. They include schools of Osteopathic Medicine; Pharmacy; Nursing; Physician’s Assistant; Occupational Therapy; Physical Therapy; and Speech Therapy.
To learn more about the pre-health science courses at TCLA, or for general information about its programs, please call 323-822-9700 x 85155 or e-mail email@example.com.
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