Jul 05, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog, Volume 80 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog, Volume 80
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BIOL - 025. Human Biology

(3 hours lecture)
3 credit(s)
This course covers the principles of anatomy, physiology and genetics as applied to human health and disease. Content is focused on four systems: genetics and development, cardiovascular system, neuro-muscular system and digestive system and nutrition. Through study of clinical applications, students will understand 1) the biological basis of human diseases, 2) the physiological consequences of disease progression, including treatments and prevention and 3) how to access and use medical and scientific information to investigate questions in human biology. Demonstrations, experiments and readings will support these topics and allow exploration of ethical and other issues relevant to human biology. In addition, all students will take part in a long-term independent investigation of a case study in human health. Not open to biology majors. This course is designed to fulfill part of the School of Science Core requirement for School of Liberal Arts and School of Business students.

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