Interdis. Anatomy & Physiology

CRN

31119

Course Number

336N

Description

This course examines body systems with an emphasis on reframing traditional anatomy and physiology concepts and making material accessible for all students. The course uses an interdisciplinary lens to learn about such topics as nervous system repair, muscle growth and energy usage, and hormonal/chemical balance. Throughout the quarter, students are empowered to combine knowledge of biology and chemistry with their own interdisciplinary academic and career interests.

The course is appropriate for both STEM students with a background in biology/chemistry or students with no STEM background. The class is a combination of traditional lecture, lab based techniques, hand-on learning, and student led research.

Prerequisites

FAIR 206a or equivalent

Term

Summer 2022

Course Instructor

Tori Talkington