HUM BIOL 402. Human Physiology. 3 Credits.
This course involves detailed study of the mechanisms of human physiology. General principles of physics, chemistry, biology, and regulation and feedback within physiological processes are used to understand human physiology from the cellular to the organismal level. Processes and mechanisms underlying the function of the nervous, muscular, endocrine, cardiovascular, digestive, respiratory, renal, reproductive, and immune systems are studied. Examples of normal and disease-state physiology are used to practice application of material, develop a thorough understanding of each process, and improve critical-thinking skills.
P: HUM BIOL 240 or HUM BIOL 222 with at least a C grade, AND BIOLOGY 307 or CHEM 330, or NUT SCI 327
Fall and Spring.