Credits: 2Catalog #31516315
Familiarizes the optometric technician with the form and function of the human eye. The foundation of the lecture material is the anatomy of the eye, but we will discuss the physiology and function of the eye as much as possible. We will also discuss the actions and uses of diagnostic pharmaceutical agents, as their function is based on interference with normal ocular physiology. This course also covers optometric terminology as well as prescription translation.
Enrollment Requirements: Students must be enrolled in the Optometric Technician Program. Students must also be concurrently enrolled in Opt Disp 1, Opt Pre-test, Basic Opt Con, Ocular Anat, Human Relations
last updated: 12:01:55 PM May 21 2013
Students have until the day before the class starts to register for online, accelerated and short-term classes. After that point, students must obtain permission from the instructor to register and will have until the last date to enroll to use the permission granted to register. For all other classes, students have until the last date to enroll if seats are available.
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Class #33956 Fall 2013-2014 Aug 26 2013 -
Dec 20 2013 9:30 AM-10:20 AM
M F Gray,Angela S In Person $275.30Seats Available: 14
Last Date to Enroll: Sep 1 2013