Course Title: Human Biology
Course Number: BIO-1745A
Course Credit: 5 credit hours
High school biology with C (2.00) grade or better or BIO-1705 with a grade of C (2.00) or better. This course may not be taken concurrently with BIO-1705. High school chemistry is recommended but not required. Recommend completion of or concurrent enrollment in PCE-1400 or equivalent course or college level composition course. Course is graded A-E. Not open to students with credit for NAT-1745 or NAT-4081.
Human Biology is a one-quarter introductory course that examines introductory chemistry, the cell, cellular reproduction and differentiation, tissues, a review of the anatomical and physiological aspects of the integumentary, skeletal, musculature, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Also, students will review the principles of genetics and genetic disorders. Laboratory studies will involve the application of lecture materials and may involve the use of human cadavers, along with other learning resources including videos, computer applications, histological slides, animal specimens/dissections and anatomical models.
Textbook package (ISBN 0558205127) in the bookstore includes the following:
Supplies: Computer with a stable internet connection. COTC e-mail account.