BIOL 1015: Human Physiology, Technology, and Medical Devices

4 CreditsBiological SciencesTechnology and Society

Course is organized around homeostasis, information flow, and other concepts in physiology. For non-biology majors who wish to explore interests in health care or medical device engineering. Active learning format. Labs focus on data collection and simple organ dissections. Does not fulfill prerequisites for most biomedical graduate programs.

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