ANAT&PHY 235 — HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND HEALTH

4 credits.

Learn basic physiological concepts, apply them to understand human health and disease, and link them to broader core concepts in biology. Complete a project that applies conceptual understanding of general biology and physiology to investigate and create informational materials for the public about a disease or health promotion strategy. The foundational knowledge covered serves those interested in health sciences majors, as well as non-science students interested in life-long health. Enroll Info: None

ANAT&PHY 335 — PHYSIOLOGY

5 credits.

Comprehensive coverage of human physiology from cellular to organ-system level. Topics include homeostasis, membrane transport, cellular neurophysiology, regulation of metabolism, and functions of the nervous, endocrine, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, and gastrointestinal systems. Enroll Info: Not open to students with credit for PHYSIOL 335 prior to fall 2018.

ANAT&PHY 337 — HUMAN ANATOMY

3 credits.

Uses a regional approach to provide a foundation of knowledge in human anatomy. Units cover an introduction to anatomical systems; back and limbs; thorax, abdomen, and pelvis; and head and neck. Enroll Info: None

ANAT&PHY 338 — HUMAN ANATOMY LABORATORY

2 credits.

Takes a regional approach to cover the gross anatomy of the human body in four units: introduction to anatomical systems; back and limbs; thorax, abdomen, and pelvis; and head and neck. A variety of tools, including interactive software, models, and specimens, will be used. Enroll Info: None

ANAT&PHY 399 — INDEPENDENT STUDY

1-3 credits.

Individual work in the fields of anatomy and/or physiology offers the opportunity to participate in more in-depth study (beginning to intermediate level) under the direct guidance of anatomy and/or physiology faculty. Enroll Info: None

ANAT&PHY 435 — FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

5 credits.

Explores the major organ systems including nervous, endocrine, muscular, cardiovascular, renal, and gastrointestinal. The main learning objective is an understanding of the cellular and molecular mechanisms through which homeostasis is integrated and maintained. Enroll Info: Not open to students with credit for PHYSIOL 335 or 435 prior to fall 2018 or ANAT&PHY 335

ANAT&PHY 699 — INDEPENDENT STUDY

1-3 credits.

Individual work in the fields of anatomy and/or physiology will offer the opportunity to participate in more in-depth study (advanced level) under the direct guidance of anatomy and/or physiology faculty. Enroll Info: None