BIO 305 : HUMAN AND COMPARATIVE ANATOMY

A comparative study of the origin, structure, and function of organ systems of humans and other selected vertebrates. The gross anatomy of organ systems in relation to their functions are studied. Laboratory includes a hands-on approach to the identification of anatomical structures. Lecture and laboratory. Lab fee. Offered Spring Term. Students may not receive academic credit for both BIO 205 or BIO 305.

Major, Minor, Elective credit.

Prerequisites

BIO 191 or its equivalent.

Overview

Program

Credits

5