Class Schedule

Class Schedule For Physical Therapy - Fall2022

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Table Of Contents

PT 600 - Pathokinesiology (5 Units)

This course will address functional anatomy, surface anatomy with palpation, arthrology, biomechanics, pathologies related to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. Both normal motion and pathological motion will be addressed. Students will gain competence in surface anatomy and palpation skills.

Prerequisite: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Corequisite: BIO 633, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 600 Section 01 83249 1 Lecture 32/2 TR FLS1056 0130PM-0250PM Escamilla,Ralph
Mckeough,Michael
Thompson,Scott
02 book for PT 600 Section 02 83250 1 Laboratory 16/0 TR FLS1056 0300PM-0550PM Escamilla,Ralph
Mckeough,Michael
Thompson,Scott
03 book for PT 600 Section 03 83251 1 Laboratory 16/2 TR TBAARR 0300PM-0550PM Escamilla,Ralph
Mckeough,Michael
Pearsall,Ashley T
Thompson,Scott

PT 602 - Evidence Informed Practice I (3 Units)

This course is designed to teach students to critically read and interpret the physical therapy scientific literature. Topics will include research design and statistical testing procedures commonly used in physical therapy. Students will review and critique current physical therapy articles utilizing the research designs and statistical testing procedures being studied.

Prerequisite: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Corequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 608, PT 630.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 602 Section 01 83247 1 Lecture 32/2 MW FLS1051 1030AM-1150AM Macleod,Toran D
Mckeough,Michael

PT 608 - PT/Patient/Prof Interact (2 Units)

The course prepares physical therapy students to learn about themselves, others, and the environment in which they will interact with others as professionals. It addresses professionalism, self-awareness, communication, cultural competence, ethics, documentation, and end-of-life care. This course assists students with transitioning into their professional roles.

Note: Graduate Writing Intensive (GWI) course that is part of the Writing Enriched Curriculum (WEC) of the program; open to Physical Therapy majors only

Corequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 630.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 608 Section 01 83248 1 Lecture 32/2 W FLS1051 0800AM-0950AM Mckeough,Michael
Thompson,Scott
GWI

PT 624 - Adult Neuromus Pt Mgt I (4 Units)

This course is first in a three course sequence focused on acquisition and integration of knowledge and skills needed to manage patients with movement dysfunction caused by neurological damage (Refered to in the Guide as Neuromuscular Practice Patterns). Focus is on development and implementation of plans of care based on sound evaluative, treatment and problem-solving skills.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 638.

Corequisite: PT 625, PT 626, PT 636, PT 640, PT 646.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 624 Section 01 83382 1 Lecture 32/0 MW FLS1056 0800AM-0850AM Mattern-Baxter,Katrin
Mckeough,Michael
Moore,Brian M
02 book for PT 624 Section 02 83383 1 Laboratory 16/0 MW FLS1059 0900AM-1150AM Mattern-Baxter,Katrin
Mckeough,Michael
Moore,Brian M
03 book for PT 624 Section 03 83384 1 Laboratory 16/0 MW TBAARR 0900AM-1150AM Mattern-Baxter,Katrin
Mckeough,Michael
Moore,Brian M

PT 625 - Musculo Patient Management I (4 Units)

This course, the first of three, focuses on acquisition, integration, knowledge and skills involved in developing and implementing a patient management plan for the patient with musculoskeletal dysfunction based on sound evaluative findings. Lectures address etiology, signs and symptoms, medical, surgical, and physical therapy management of musculoskeletal dysfunction. Labs address skill development for performing evaluation and interventions safely and effectively. The course addresses the management of lower extremity dysfunction.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 638.

Corequisite: PT 624, PT 626, PT 636, PT 640, PT 646.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 625 Section 01 83385 1 Lecture 32/0 TR FLS1066 0800AM-0850AM Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
Mckeough,Michael
02 book for PT 625 Section 02 83386 1 Laboratory 16/0 TR FLS1066 0900AM-1150AM Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
Mckeough,Michael
03 book for PT 625 Section 03 83387 1 Laboratory 16/0 TR TBAARR 0900AM-1150AM Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
Mckeough,Michael

PT 626 - Clinical Agents (2 Units)

This course presents theory, demonstration and laboratory practice in physical therapy modalities and techniques including thermal agents, hydrotherapy, ultrasound (US), ultraviolet, diathermy and massage. Theory, demonstration and practice using electrical modalities are included. Case studies will be utilized for decision making in the proper application of modalities based on current research evidence, knowledge of indications, contradictions and physiologic effects.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 638.

Corequisite: PT 624, PT 625, PT 636, PT 640, PT 646.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 626 Section 01 83886 1 Lecture 32/0 M FLS1056 0100PM-0150PM Lazaro,Rolando T
Mckeough,Michael
I
02 book for PT 626 Section 02 83887 1 Laboratory 16/0 M FLS1056 0200PM-0450PM Lazaro,Rolando T
Pearsall,Ashley T
Mckeough,Michael
I
03 book for PT 626 Section 03 83888 1 Laboratory 16/0 M TBAARR 0200PM-0450PM Lazaro,Rolando T
Mckeough,Michael
Pearsall,Ashley T
I

PT 630 - Pathophysiology (3 Units)

This course is designed to promote the understanding and application of fundamental disease processes in clinical settings. General concepts of disease, including etiology, pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical significance are discussed within the context of cases. General pathophysiology concepts include: cell injury, necrosis, inflammation, wound healing and neoplasia. These concepts are applied in a systems-orientated approach to disease processes affecting musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, renal, nervous, gastrointestinal, immune, hematological and endocrine systems.

Prerequisite: Admission to the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.

Corequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 630 Section 01 83357 1 Lecture 32/2 TR FLS1051 1000AM-1130AM Mckeough,Michael
Moore,Brian M
Stockert,Bradley W

PT 636 - Geriatrics/Gerontology for PT (2 Units)

This course explores normal and pathological aging and the implications of both on Physical therapist practice. It will explore the ramifications of aging components of patient management interventions including major practice patterns: musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiopulmonary, and integumentry. It will also explore how aging may impact patient teaching.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 630,PT 632, PT 634, PT 638.

Corequisite: PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 640, PT 646.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 636 Section 01 83803 1 Lecture 32/0 T FLS1066 0100PM-0250PM Lazaro,Rolando T
Mckeough,Michael

PT 640 - Phy Therapy Inter II (3 Units)

This course is a continuation of Physical Therapy Interventions I. This course focuses on the presentation of selected topics in acute care and cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy. Students will learn how to perform appropriate and comprehensive examinations, interpret the examination findings as well as design and implement a plan of care based upon the next available evidence.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, and PT 638.

Corequisite: PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 636, PT 646

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 640 Section 01 83358 1 Lecture 32/0 WF FLS1056 0100PM-0150PM Mckeough,Michael
Stockert,Bradley W
02 book for PT 640 Section 02 83359 1 Laboratory 16/0 W FLS1066 0200PM-0450PM Mckeough,Michael
Sterken,Michael D
Stockert,Bradley W
03 book for PT 640 Section 03 83360 1 Laboratory 16/0 F FLS1066 0200PM-0450PM Mckeough,Michael
Sterken,Michael D
Stockert,Bradley W

PT 646 - Acute Care & Cardio Phy Thrpy (2 Units)

This course focuses on the presentation of selected topics in acute care and cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy. The course includes a discussion of common pathologies in the cardiopulmonary system and those associated with an acute care setting, as well as common medical tests, laboratory tests, surgical procedures and pharmacological interventions used with this patient population.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636 and PT 638.

Corequisite: PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 640.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 646 Section 01 83361 1 Lecture 32/0 R FLS1063 0130PM-0330PM Mckeough,Michael
Stockert,Bradley W

PT 660A - Grad PT Seminar A: Research (1 Units)

This seminar is the first designed for advanced study and mentoring in physical therapy research. Students will be participating in faculty-directed research projects. Students' activities will vary depending on the faculty member and research project being conducted. Students are required to perform at least 50 hours of activities toward the directed research project to receive credit for this course. This course satisfies one of two requirements for selected seminars in the curriculum.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 660A Section 01 83394 1 Seminar 25/25 R FLS1055 0330PM-0530PM Macleod,Toran D
Mckeough,Michael

PT 660C - Grad PT Seminar C: Research (1 Units)

This seminar is the third designed for advanced study and mentoring in physical therapy research. Students will be participating in faculty directed research projects. Students' activities will vary depending on the faculty member and research project being conducted. Students are required to perform at least 50 hours of activities toward the directed research project to receive credit for this course. This course satisfies one of two requirements for selected in the DPT curriculum.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 660C Section 01 83423 1 Seminar 20/20 T FLS1055 0330PM-0530PM Staff

PT 660E - Graduate PT Seminar IE (2 Units)

This seminar laboratory experience focuses on pediatric patient management. The lab will allow students to research and apply evidence-based practice and gain advanced hands-on practice in pediatric physical therapy. This course is best suited for students planning a career in pediatric patient management. The course satisfies one of two requirements for selected seminars in the curriculum.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 627, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640, PT 644, PT 645, PT 646, PT 648, PT 662, PT 669.

Corequisite: PT 663, PT 664, PT 665, PT 668, PT 680, PT 690.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 660E Section 01 83424 1 Seminar 11/11 M FLS1055 0900AM-1050AM Blankenship,Elaina J

PT 660F - Graduate PT Seminar IF (2 Units)

This seminar laboratory experience focuses on adult neuromuscular patient management. The laboratory will allow students to research and apply evidence-based practice and gain advanced hands-on practice in adult neurorehabilitation. Students will also serve as mentors for the Mock Clinic portion of PT 624. This course satisfies one of two requirements for selected seminars in the curriculum.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 627, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640, PT 646, PT 644, PT 645, PT 648, PT 662, PT 669.

Corequisite: PT 663, PT 664, PT 665, PT 668, PT 680, PT 690.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 660F Section 01 86799 1 Seminar 15/15 T TBAARR 0100PM-0500PM Lazaro,Rolando T
Mckeough,Michael

PT 663 - Integumentary PT Management (2 Units)

This course focuses on the management of patients with integumentary impairments and their related sequelae. Topics include post-surgical management of patients with amputations, prosthetics, and management of the patient with a wound or burn injury. Lecture, case presesentation, video demonstrations, and laboratory activities will be used to develop patient management skills.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, 602, 604, 606, 608, 614, 618, 620, 622, 624, 625, 626, 627, 630, 632, 634, 636, 638, 640, 644, 645, 646, 648, 662, 669 and 695A.

Corequisite: PT 664, PT 665, PT 668, PT 680, PT 690.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 663 Section 01 83425 1 Lecture 32/0 R FLS1056 0800AM-0850AM Coleman-Salgado,Bryan
Macleod,Toran D
Mckeough,Michael
02 book for PT 663 Section 02 83428 1 Laboratory 16/0 R FLS1056 0900AM-1150AM Coleman-Salgado,Bryan
Macleod,Toran D
Mckeough,Michael
03 book for PT 663 Section 03 83429 1 Laboratory 16/0 R TBAARR 0900AM-1150AM Coleman-Salgado,Bryan
Macleod,Toran D
Mckeough,Michael

PT 664 - Neuropediatric Patient Managmt (2 Units)

This course is the third part of a three course series focusing on the acquisition and integration of knowledge and skills involved in developing and implementing a treatment plan based on sound evaluative findings for the patient with neurological dysfunction. In this course, the focus is on the pediatric patient with neurological dysfunction. Case presentation, video demonstrations, and actual patient contact will be used to develop evaluation, treatment, and problem-solving skills.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy Majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 627, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640, PT 644, PT 645, PT 646, PT 648, PT 662, PT 669 and PT 695A.

Corequisite: PT 663, PT 665, PT, 668, PT 680, PT 690.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 664 Section 01 83426 1 Lecture 32/0 T FLS1056 0800AM-0850AM Mattern-Baxter,Katrin
Mckeough,Michael
Saltzman,Rennie T
02 book for PT 664 Section 02 83430 1 Laboratory 16/0 T FLS1059 0900AM-1150AM Blankenship,Elaina J
Saltzman,Rennie T
03 book for PT 664 Section 03 83431 1 Laboratory 16/0 T TBAARR 0900AM-1150AM Blankenship,Elaina J
Saltzman,Rennie T

PT 665 - Muscul PT Managemnt III (3 Units)

This course builds on the foundational intervention techniques established for management of the patient with musculoskeletal dysfunction in PT 625 and PT 645. It will address additional manual therapy skills and students will apply their developing skills under faculty supervision to patients referred from the Student Health Center. Students will be responsible for patient management of a case load including accurate documentation and submission of patient records to the Student Health Center.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy Majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 627, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640, PT 644, PT 645, PT 646, PT 648, PT 662, PT 669, PT 695A.

Corequiste: PT 663, PT 664, PT 668, PT 690.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
04 book for PT 665 Section 04 83636 1 Lecture 32/0 F FLS1066 1000AM-1050AM Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
Mckeough,Michael
05 book for PT 665 Section 05 83637 1 Laboratory 16/0 F FLS1066 1100AM-1250PM Garcia,William J
Plummer,James
Green,Erin M
05 book for PT 665 Section 05 83637 1 Laboratory 16/0 W FLS1066 0900AM-1250PM Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
Plummer,James
06 book for PT 665 Section 06 83638 1 Laboratory 16/0 W TBAARR 0900AM-1250PM Plummer,James
Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
06 book for PT 665 Section 06 83638 1 Laboratory 16/0 F TBAARR 1100AM-1250PM Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
Plummer,James

PT 668 - Hlth Care Delivery PT II (2 Units)

In this course, students will have professional practice behavior expectations and requirements previously introduced in other courses reinforced through the review of the American Physical Therapy Association documents: the Standard of Practice for Physical Therapy and the Code of Ethics, as well as the State of California's Physical Therapy Practice Act. Additionally, students will hear from other health care professionals on their expectations of the physical therapist's role on a health care team.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, 602, 604, 606, 608, 614, 618, 620, 622, 624, 625, 626, 627, 630, 632, 634, 636, 638, 640, 644, 645, 646, 648, 662, 669 and 695A.

Corequisite: PT 663, PT 664, PT 665, PT 680, PT 690.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 668 Section 01 83427 1 Lecture 32/0 F FLS1056 0800AM-0950AM Mckeough,Michael
Thompson,Scott

PT 690 - Doctoral Culminating Exp (3 Units)

The Doctoral Project/Culminating Experience may include evidence-based practice projects, clinical research projects, or case reports consistent with the Chancellor's Office Executive Order. Culminating events must demonstrate students' understandings of the application of current evidence-based practice in a multicultural and complex health care environment. They must be of sufficient rigor to ensure students' demonstrations of critical and independent thinking and abilities to interpret the research literature and apply to current physical therapist practice.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620,PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 627, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT636, PT 638, PT 640, PT 644, PT 645, PT 646, PT 648, PT 662, PT 663, PT 664, PT665, PT 668, PT 669, PT 680, and PT 695A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 690 Section 01 83445 1 Thesis Research 4/4 WEBONLINE - Coleman-Salgado,Bryan
Mckeough,Michael
02 book for PT 690 Section 02 83455 1 Thesis Research 4/4 WEBONLINE - Escamilla,Ralph
Mckeough,Michael
03 book for PT 690 Section 03 83456 1 Thesis Research 2/2 WEBONLINE - Garcia,William J
Mckeough,Michael
04 book for PT 690 Section 04 83457 1 Thesis Research 2/2 WEBONLINE - Green,Erin M
Mckeough,Michael
05 book for PT 690 Section 05 83458 1 Thesis Research 4/4 WEBONLINE - Lazaro,Rolando T
Mckeough,Michael
06 book for PT 690 Section 06 83459 1 Thesis Research 2/2 WEBONLINE - Macleod,Toran D
Mckeough,Michael
07 book for PT 690 Section 07 83488 1 Thesis Research 4/4 WEBONLINE - Mattern-Baxter,Katrin
Mckeough,Michael
08 book for PT 690 Section 08 83538 1 Thesis Research 4/4 WEBONLINE - Mckeough,Michael
09 book for PT 690 Section 09 83639 1 Thesis Research 4/4 WEBONLINE - Mckeough,Michael
Moore,Brian M
10 book for PT 690 Section 10 86800 1 Thesis Research 2/2 WEBONLINE - Mckeough,Michael
Stockert,Bradley W
11 book for PT 690 Section 11 86801 1 Thesis Research 2/2 WEBONLINE - Mckeough,Michael
Thompson,Scott

PT 695C - Clinical Experience III (6 Units)

The third full-time clinical education experience in the Doctor of Physical therapy (DPT) program curriculum totals 12 weeks of clinical education in an assigned clinical setting under the direct supervision of a licensed physical therapist. Students improve and refine patient management skills and abilities developed during their first eight semesters.

Notes: Open to Physical Therapy majors only who have successfully completed the first eight semesters of the DPT curriculum.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, 602, 604, 606, 608, 614, 618, 620, 622, 624, 625, 626, 627, 630, 632, 634, 636, 638, 640, 644, 645, 646, 648, 669, 689, 663, 664, 665, 668, 690, 695A, and 695B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for PT 695C Section 01 83898 1 Independent Study 1/1 OFFCAMPUS - Staff I

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Class Attribute Codes

GWI - Graduate Writing Intensive Requirement (GWI)

I - Service Learning Internship

Session Codes

1 - Regular Academic Session (08/29/2022 to 12/09/2022)