Mary Pat Wenderoth
Principles of mammalian physiology with special emphasis on the cardiac, respiratory, renal systems taught at the organ and organ systems level. Prerequisite: a minimum grade of 2.0 either BIOL 350 or NBIO 301.
You will learn how to apply the basic principles of human physiology to novel problems in cardiovascular, and renal physiology. The course will focus on how these "housekeeping" systems work together to maintain homeostasis in the body. This is a VERY CHALLENGING course that will require considerable study time to do well. The class is held in HCK 320 which does NOT have a web cam so attendance is essential also you will be working in teams and solving problems at the board each day. THis class is designed for students planning on going on to professional school ( grad, med, dent, pharm, etc).
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Class is predominately interactive instruction.
Biology 220 and Biology 350.
Class assignments and grading
There will be 3 exams in this class.