(Clinical Problem Solving in Biological Sciences) This course focuses on real-world clinical problem solving in musculoskeletal biology with an applications based emphasis. Through the use of medical literature, classroom lectures, and group discussion and collaboration, students learn and apply fundamentals of physiology, histology, cell biology and pathology to solve clinical problems in two organ systems (skin and bone). The seminar series focuses on developing self-directed learning skills in medical sciences through the use of medical literature, case studies, and group discussion and projects. Prerequisites: CHEM 116 and BIOL 120. Corequisite: BIOL 221. This 0.50-credit course meets six times per semester and is graded Pass-Fail.