Course Description for Human Structure and Function

ZOO3733C: Human Structure and Function
Prerequisite:  BSC 2012C A systematic approach will be used to study the structural and functional anatomy of the human body. Tissues, organs, and internal processes of systems (i.e. circulatory, excretory, and reproductive) will be examined in a three hour lecture. Normal and abnormal functioning of body processes and associated disorders and diseases will be discussed. Case studies will provide opportunity for integration of studied material. A corresponding four hour laboratory will accompany the lecture to provide visual anatomical identification, including dissections and microscopic slides. This course includes dissection of preserved animals. (A laboratory fee of $51.93 will be assessed.)