PHYS 261 Human Physiology
Provides an in-depth introduction to the physiology of the human body. Provides students an opportunity to study the functions and physiological mechanisms of several important organ systems from the molecular level to the body's gross entirety. Organ systems are studied with respect to their interactions under normal and abnormal conditions. Major topics include cell function, tissues, organization of the human body, and physiology of all body systems. Laboratory experiences reinforce concepts studied in lecture and introduce students to clinical techniques. This course is considered a general education course for the BRN and a core requirement for the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.
ANAT 260 or the equivalent.