Human Physiology
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3
  • Lab: 2

This course will provide an introduction to human physiology and the concept of homeostasis, defined as the ability of the human body to maintain a relatively constant internal environment. Lectures and laboratories will provide an overview of the nervous, muscular, cardiovascular, renal, respiratory, and digestive systems. Laboratories will use problem-based approaches, collaborative learning, computer simulations, and physiological data acquisition from human volunteers to illustrate theoretical and practical concepts. (Cross-listed as HN220.)

Additional Course Information
BI216/HE211, HS202, HS204 or equivalent.

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Revision April 15, 2015: KP220/HN220 Now cross-listed, title, description, prerequisite and exclusion changes; effective September 1, 2015.