BIOL 2303 - Human Biology, 3 Credits
Course Attributes: Gen Ed - Natural Sciences, Liberal Arts and Science
An introduction study of human systems and their physiology. Included in the course are examination of how the body normally functions at the cellular, tissue, organ system levels. Topics will include basic chemistry, cell structure and biochemistry, digestion, circulation and blood, immunity, respiration, excretion, nervous integration, senses, endocrine system, and reproduction. Sexually transmitted diseases also will be discussed. Students cannot receive credit for BIOL 2303 if BIOL 1404 or BIOL 1114 is concurrently or previously taken.