BIO323 Human Anatomy/Physiology II
This course is a continued study of human biology from BIO 313. Students will investigate the structure and function of the endocrine, circulatory, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. The normal functions and integration of these systems will be explored in the context of their dysfunction through pathological case studies. This course takes a notably more cellular approach than BIO 313, and students will gain practice in assessing chemical physiological indicators, and researching the associated primary clinical literature. Concurrent enrollment in BIO 324 required.
Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisites: BIO 313/314