Anatomy and Physiology I
Academic Term and Year
Area of Study
BIOL, EXSC, HSCI
Goals: Human Anatomy and Physiology I is part of two-course series. This course series satisfies the requirement in Anatomy and Physiology for most professional schools. Students taking this course will appreciate the complexity of human body, examine the principles and mechanisms underlying human body function from organ systems down to the molecular level, and further develop their critical thinking and written and oral communication skills. During laboratory exercises, students will conduct hands-on experiments investigating the principles of human body function in response to various conditions. Students are allowed to count only one of two courses of this series toward their Biology major. Content: Anatomy and Physiology I will complement Anatomy and Physiology II and will cover the general organization of the human body, tissues, and the anatomy and physiology of the skeletal and muscular systems, skin, and nervous system. Taught: Fall Prerequisites: BIOL 1820 NOTE: Students must concurrently register for a lecture and a corresponding 0-credit lab section of this course. Credits: 4
Burleson, Kathryn, "BIOL3200-BE.Anatomy and Physiology I.F15.Burleson,Kathryn" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 5608.