BIO-211 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Provides a survey of the structure and function of the human body with an emphasis on normal anatomy and physiology, and physiological processes of the following systems: skeletal, muscle, nervous and sensory. The course begins with an introduction of how molecules are organized to form cellular organelles; how the organelles function together to form the smallest living unit, the cell; and how cells are organized into tissues, which combine to form organs. Animal dissection is required.
Note: This course has a lab kit requirement. Please click the following link to access instructions on how to order your lab materials: Lab Kit Requirement - Ordering Instructions.
Semester Hours: 4
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