Biology 173-101 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
The second of a two-semester sequence designed for students pursuing careers in allied health fields or wishing an in-depth undergraduate transfer course in the biological sciences. The course focuses on interdependent relationships between the structures and functions of body systems and the way these parts interact (homeostasis) to insure survival of the organism. Major topics addressed include systems associated with circulation, maintenance, elimination, and continuity. Coordinated laboratory exercises focus on anatomical knowledge and physiological functions.

Section Name: BIO-173-101
Departments: Sciences
Prerequisites: Take BIO-168; Minimum grade C;
Academic Level: Undergraduate
Course Type: Arts & Sciences, Concurrent Sectin HCC Fac
Credits: 4
Books: To Be Determined