BIOL 410 : Human Physiology

This course explores the inner workings of the human body and how it maintains homeostasis. Emphasis is placed on understanding structure-function relationships and the interconnectedness of organ systems. Students learn diagnostic problem-solving skills, quantitative laboratory techniques used by physiologists, and methods to evaluate health information using peer-reviewed sources.

Prerequisites

BIOL 111, 112 or BIOL 101, 102

Overview

Program

credits

4
Lecture Hours
3
Lab Hours
3

Semester Offered

Fall, even years