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HUM BIOL 402. Human Physiology. 3 Credits.

This course examines the physiologic functions of the major human organ systems. Topics include cell physiology; muscle, nervous, respiratory, circulatory, excretory, digestive, immune, and reproductive system functions; hormonal regulation pathways; and the role of physiology in diseases and medicine.
P: Hum Biol 204 with at least a C grade; OR Biology 201/202 with at least a C grade and Biology 203/204 with at least a C grade; OR transfer cse Biology 002; AND Chem 108 with at least a C grade or 212 with at least a C grade.
Fall and Spring.

Health Science Emphasis

http://catalog.uwgb.edu/undergraduate/programs/human-biology/major/healthscience-emphasis/

1  It is highly recommended that as freshmen , pre-medical and pre-dental students take  BIOLOGY 201 , BIOLOGY 202 and CHEM 211 , CHEM 212 , CHEM 213 , CHEM 214 and consult and adviser. 2  Satisfied with an ACT English score of 32 or higher. 3   BIOLOGY 340 and BIOLOGY 402 are 4 credits each, all other courses in this list are 1 credit.