BIOL 215: Anatomy & Physiology I (4) (F)
First course of a two-semester sequence in conjunction with BIOL 216. Students are exposed to a basic foundation in normal physiology and functional anatomy of human organ systems. Topics covered are: cell physiology, histology, integument, and skeletal, muscular, nervous and sensory systems. Emphasis on the interaction of structure and function and the homeostasis mechanisms in the human body. Lecture: three hours; laboratory: two hours.
Prerequisites: Must have Department and instructor consent.