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BSC1020 Introduction to Human Biological Sciences

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3 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring | Summer
Prerequisite(s): Documented exemption, appropriate placement scores, or completion of developmental education reading and writing.
This introductory level human biological sciences course will focus on the anatomy and physiology of human beings, with emphasis on basic concepts and principles describing, atomic, molecular and cellular structures and a complete overview of major tissues, organs and organ systems. Additionally, the student will be introduced to basic diseases of each of the major organ systems, caused by either physical, biochemical, bacterial, viral or parasitic agents or by pollutants. Lecture: 3 hours.


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