BSC 1020 - Human Body
(3 Credit Hours)
Three hours lecture per week
This course meets part of the General Education requirements for Area V. In this class, the student will be introduced to the basic anatomical components and physiological functions of the eleven organ systems of the human body: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphoid, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive. Additionally, the student will achieve a detailed understanding of at least 6 of the organ systems. The selection of organ systems for detailed instruction will be made at the discretion of the course instructor. Note(s): Students who have successfully completed BSC 2085C or BSC 2086C cannot subsequently earn credit for BSC 1020. (Formerly: BSC 1008).
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