Programs & Courses
BIOL 305 - The Human Organism
The Human Organism
This course serves as an introduction to the function of the human body. The interaction of body systems with diet, pathogens and environmental agents is discussed as it relates to health and disease. New advances in biotechnology, as they relate to the study of humans at the molecular levels, are also discussed. Topics covered include an introduction to the technology and the social aspects of organtransplants, embryo manipulation, and genetic engineering.NOTE: Not open for credit to majors and minors of BiologicalSciences. Students receiving credit in BIOL 305 cannot receive credit for any of BIOL 275, BIOL 277, KNES 261, PHSY 370 or PHSY 371.
Prerequisite: BIOL 30 or BIOL 205 or BIOL 231