BIOL 305L is the second lab course in the sequence where the students review the 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 by hands on experiential learning labs. Emphasis is placed on homeostatic mechanisms as they relate to health and disease along with the central nervous system. The structure and function of mammalian cells and tissues and the human skeletal, muscular and nervous systems are discussed. The integration of the functions of the various systems is also emphasized.
Prerequisites: Placement into MATH 103 or higher, C or better in BIOL 115, BIOL 115L, BIOL 300, and BIOL 300L and concurrent enrollment in BIOL 305.
Course Fees: additional fees apply to this course. They may be reviewed in the Tuition and Fee Schedule.
BIOL 305L Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab