BI 114/BI 114H
Human Biology (w/lab)
Presents the fundamentals of biochemistry, cell biology, tissue organization, human genetics, nutrition, and anatomy and physiology of the body systems. An understanding of these is integrated into an examination of human development, reproduction, disease, aging, behavior, and therapy. Current topics and ethical issues in human biology are explored in classroom discussion and through student assignments. This course is designed to meet the needs of the non-science major. Prerequisite: English 095 or better. Lab fee. Credit, 4 hours.