Spring 2017 classes

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 BIO 201-01: Human Anatomy & Physiology I (CRN 13193)

  •  This 4-credit course is designed primarily to provide students for careers in health-related professions with a basic knowledge of the structure of the human body and a fundamental understanding of the physiological processes that constitute life. Topics include cells, tissue, integumentary, muscular, skeletal, nervous, and sensory systems. This course includes hands-on laboratory experience (such as experimentation, microscopy, observation, and dissection).
  • The prerequisite for this course is BIO 181.
  • This section meets 8:30-11:00 am (Mon & Wed) in Lab 507.
  • Click Below to download the syllabus.

 BIO 201-02: Human Anatomy & Physiology I (CRN 13194)

  • See the description above.
  • The prerequisite for this course is BIO 181.
  • This section meets 11:30-2:00 pm (Tue & Thur) in Lab 507.
  • Click Below to download the syllabus.

 

BIO 202-01: Human Anatomy & Physiology II (CRN 13196)

  • This 4-credit course is designed primarily to provide students for careers in health-related professions with a basic knowledge of the structure of the human body and a fundamental understanding of the physiological processes that constitute life. Topics include body fluids, immune, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. This course includes hands-on laboratory experience (such as experimentation, microscopy, observation, and dissection).
  • The prerequisite for this course is BIO 201.
  • This section meets 11:30-2:00 pm (Mon & Wed) in Lab 507.
  • Click Below to download the syllabus.

BIO 202-02: Human Anatomy & Physiology II (CRN 13197)

  • See the description above.
  • The prerequisite for this course is BIO 181.
  • This section meets 6:00-8:30 pm (Tue & Thur) in Lab 507.
  • Click Below to download the syllabus.

 

 

BIO 218-01: Human Pathophysiology (CRN 13201)

  • This 4-credit course is designed primarily for allied-health students to further their knowledge of the disease processes in the human body. This course will focus on the mechanisms and modalities of infection or onset, building upon an understanding of human anatomy and physiology. Topics include the various mechanisms of diseases and how they relate to the eleven organ systems of the human body.
  • The prerequisite for this course is BIO 201 & BIO 202 (it is recommended to have BIO 205 as well).
  • This section meets 3:00-5:00 pm (Tue & Thur).
  • Click Below to download the syllabus.

 

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