Introductory Human Physiology

Introductory Human Physiology

Credential
Department

Cell Biology

Intermediate

English

10 weeks

Variable

Overview

In this course, students learn to recognize and to apply the basic concepts that govern integrated body function (as an intact organism) in the body’s nine organ systems.

This human physiology course is targeted to individuals with an elementary background in biology. In a typical undergraduate setting, this course would fulfill requirements for students applying to professional health science programs such as medical school, nursing, physician assistant, pathologists’ assistant, physical therapy, and doctorate of physical therapy. In addition it is an ideal course in preparation for the medical college admissions test (MCAT).

Instructors

Emma Jakoi
Emma Jakoi

Assistant Research Professor of Cell Biology

Jennifer Carbrey
Jennifer Carbrey

Assistant Research Professor of Cell Biology

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