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Physiology 335

This course covers the major systems of the human body and supports many training programs including: Nursing, Pharmacy, Biology, Kinesiology, Biomedical Engineering, Dietetics, Biochemistry, Physician Assistant, and Zoology.

Instructors: Strang, Lokuta, Altschafl

Semester offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Credits: 5.0

Physiology 435: Fundamentals of Human Physiology

An advanced version of Physiology 335 intended for upperclass Biology majors.

Instructors: Oertel, Lokuta, Altschafl

Semester offered: Spring

Credits: 4.0

Physiology 533: Molecular Physiology

Presents topics in physiology from a molecular perspective with a research orientation

Instructor: Jackson

Semester Offered: Spring (even numbered years)

Credits: 2.0

Neurodpt 699: Independent Research

Description: One-on-one learning experience allowing undergraduates to work with a faculty adviser to develop research projects and skills.

Prerequisite: Consent of instructor

Instructors: Neuroscience Faculty

Semester Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Credits: 1.00 – 4.00