BIOL251 Human Anatomy and Physiology with Lab II (4 semester hours)

This is the second of a two-course sequence in human anatomy and physiology. It is an intensive course intended to enhance knowledge often needed in the health sciences, such as sports medicine, physical therapy, EMS, nursing, or as a physician assistant). The lessons and laboratory exercises focus on homeostasis; metabolism; acid-base balance; human growth and development; and the body’s endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and reproductive systems. Students are also required to successfully complete a cumulative assessment of anatomy and physiology objectives from both BIOL250 and BIOL251. This course also includes a virtual laboratory component. NOTE: Students may take either BIOL201 or BIOL250/BIOL251 for credit, but not both versions of the anatomy and physiology courses. (Prerequisite: BIOL250)