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Course Overview

This course addresses human biology from beginning to end–sexual reproduction and birth to aging and death–and includes the physical developmental stages in between. Students will study the structure and functions of cells and organ systems and learn how these systems are integrated to support the human body over its life span. The course will cover a number of bioethical and diversity issues, including such topics as advances in medical technology, recombinant DNA, and human genome studies. Students will be introduced to basic research methods and scientific writing.

Credits: 4

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate