University of Calgary

BIOL 305 - The Human Organism - Spring 2008

An introduction to human biology that analyzes the structure and function of systems in our bodies. Leads to an appreciation of how the human body maintains itself and carries out the functions necessary to sustain any organism. A course for non-majors that will develop their understanding of the anatomy and physiology of their own species in a zoological and evolutionary context.
This course may not be repeated for credit.

Hours

  • H(3-1T)

Notes

  • Credit for Biology 305 and any of Kinesiology 261, Zoology 269, 361 or 363 will not be allowed. Not open for credit to Honours, Majors and Minors in the Department of Biological Sciences or to Natural Sciences program students with a Concentration in Biological Sciences.

Prerequisite(s)

  • One of Biology 30 or 205 or 231.

Sections

This course will be offered next in Winter 2009.
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