BIOL 125 Human Anatomy
This course is primarily a systems approach to the study of human body structure. The study of each body system includes structural specializations and functions from the microscopic to the system level emphasizing the interdependence of form and function. Additional topics include methods of anatomical study, human genetics, and embryonic development. The laboratory exercises will also include vertebrate dis- sections. This course is intended for students preparing to enter careers in the health sciences.
BIOL 222 Microbiology
The course encompasses the biology of microorganisms with an emphasis on the role of bacteria and viruses on human health and disease. Other topics include resistance and immunity to disease, basic biological principles, microbial genetics and physiology, the harmful and useful aspects of microorganisms in nature, medicine and industry. Laboratory exercises emphasize sterile culture techniques, the detection, isolation and identification of microorganisms. This course is intended for students preparing to enter careers in the health sciences. Prerequisite: CHEM 110
BIOL 226 Human Physiology
Human Physiology provides a general introduction to the function and regulation of human body systems. Physiological integration of the systems to maintain homeostasis and the significance of biochemistry is emphasized throughout the course. Course content will include neural and hormonal homeostatic control mechanisms, and a study of the musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, immune and endocrine systems. Laboratory exercises will allow students to gather physiological data and draw conclusions on how physiological mechanisms are regulated. This course is intended for students preparing to enter careers in the health sciences. Prerequisite: BIOL 125 and CHEM 110