BIOL 300 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
BIOL 300 is the first in the sequence where the students are reviewed in basic concepts of biology, biochemistry (cell theory, cell structure, cell metabolism, and cell reproduction) before proceeding to a detailed study of the normal histology, gross anatomy, and physiology of each body system within the human organism. Emphasis is placed on homeostatic mechanisms as they relate to health and disease along with the central nervous system. The focus also includes looking at the structure and function of the human body, and of underlying biological principles.
Prerequisites: Placement into MATH 103 or higher, C or better in BIOL 115 and BIOL 115L or consent of the program director and concurrent enrollment in BIOL 300L