Courses: INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN BIOLOGY

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN BIOLOGY
Introduction to Human Biology is a lab science course that introduces students to the human organism and the impact of modern biology and medicinal discoveries on humans. The course covers anatomy, nutrition, immunity, reproduction, development, genetics, and the relationship between humans and their environment. Dissection of a preserved fetal pig is a required part of the class. Students unwilling to participate in the dissection should not take this course. This course is designed as a general human biology survey course for life science credit. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: L1 904L] NOTE: This course cannot be used as a prerequisite for BIO 255 or BIO 263.

Course Name: BIO-110
Departments: Biology
Course Types: Standard
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