BIO 323 Human Physiology

Prerequisites: BIO 110 &113 AND CHM 221; OR permission of instructor; a sophomore-, junior-, or senior-level course

Offered: Typically every Spring Term

Structure and function of the human body is examined at the system and cellular level. The course is organized around the major organ systems: nervous and endocrine systems, respiratory and cardiovascular systems, renal and digestive systems, the immune system, and reproductive systems. Each system will be studied in isolation, and as part of the interaction among all systems in the maintenance of homeostasis. Clinical disorders will be used as examples in understanding normal physiological function, but the course does not have a medical physiology focus. Three class periods and one three-hour laboratory period each week. NOTE: Not open to students with credit in BIO 101 or 102.
1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit