University of North Texas (Biology)
University of North Texas (Master's)
I have a Master's of Science in Physiology from the University of North Texas. At current I am working as an adjunct Professor at Brookhaven college in Farmer's Branch/Dallas. I do not tutor according to someone else's leason plan (e.g. your teacher), particularly high school students as I don't know the direction the teacher is heading or what he or she may cover in the proceeding classes. The only exception to this is for college students taking Human A&P at a DCCCollege or at UNT. I teach Human A&P at BHC and we all follow a basic similar format and have near identical Syllabi. Anatomy and Physiology, particularly, is my area of expertise. However, I'm also an amature mathematician and I offer tutoring in Algebra, Trigonometry, and PreCalculus (Thomas'). My rate may seem high but I can assure you, if you need a good solid tutor, it's the price one must pay. In fact, my rate is half that of a certified tutor.
I have a Master's of Science in Physiology from the University of North Texas. At current I am working as an adjunct Professor at Brookhaven college in Farmer's Branch/Dallas. I do not tutor according to someone else's leason
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I'm a Professor of Human A&P.
I've taken many literature courses. In fact I was only 3-6hrs shy of having Literature as a second minor. I'm educated in World, Religious, and English (British and American) Literature. My English literature education spans from the Romantic Period to the early twentieth century.
I have a lot of experience with bacteria and am pretty well educated in most of the common and uncommon bacteria humans may and do encounter. At the University I attended, microbiology had a 2hr lab twice a week for a full long-term semester. It was the same for medical bacteriology.
I'm highly educated in pharmacology, on paper and off paper. I'm educated in general pharmacology, psychopharmacology, neuropsychopharmacology, medical bacteriology, and medical botany (active plant alkaloids and medicinal derivatives). I've taken the following classes at the University of North Texas: pharmacology (at the graduate level), neuropsychopharmacology, and medical bacteriology. I'm also educated in neurochemistry.