3 Credits, 3 Contacts

The course covers basic concepts of anatomy and physiology of plants and animals. By the end of this non-lab course students will be able to understand the language of anatomy and physiology used to describe the functions of plants and animals. It also introduces students to the role of organ systems in maintaining homeostasis in plants and animals. By the end of this course the student will also understand the common set of functional features that all living systems contain.

 
Prerequisites: MATH 055B, ENG 121, one year of high school biology or BIO 120