[BIOL 257] Human Physiology
An investigation of physiological concepts, such as structure-function relationships and homeostasis, in the human body. While the primary focus of this course is the regulation of human physiological systems in normal and diseased states, animal models are used for comparative analysis. Students are required to prepare oral and written presentations, as well as conduct and present a group research project. Laboratory work requires dissection.
Prerequisite: Biology 247, Chemistry 117, and at least 1 additional college-level biology course, or consent of instructor.