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From looking at the online syllabus and other info, there is no mention of a lab component. It is numbered in the 300 series. These medical slanted courses are meant primarily for persons who already have a degree but are going back to pick up prerequisites necessary for admission to health profession programs. I thought that I read somewhere on their site that the courses are considered upper division, but I'm not certain. 300 and 400 level courses are normally upper division. An email or call to the school could confirm one way or the other.