Human Anatomy and Physiology I

General

Prefix

BIOL

Course Number

202

Course Level

Undergraduate

Department/Unit(s)

College/School

College of Science and Engineering

Description

Structure and metabolic activity of organ systems including muscular, skeletal, nervous, and integumentary. Not applicable to major programs in BIOL including Biomedical Science. Lab.

Prerequisites

Credits

Min

4

Max

4

Repeatable

No

Goals and Diversity

Learning Outcomes

Outcome

Compare and contrast positive and negative feedbacks in terms of the relationship between stimulus and response with examples from each system.

Outcome

Describe the location of body structures, using appropriate terminology and the major functions of each organ system.

Outcome

Explain how different cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems relate to one another to maintain homeostasis.

Outcome

Predict factors or situations affecting various organ systems that could disrupt homeostasis and the types of problems that would occur in the body if various organ systems could not maintain homeostasis and allowed regulated variables (body conditions) to move away from normal.

Dependencies

Courses

BIOL202 is a prerequisite for:

Programs

BIOL202 is a completion requirement for: