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3200 Human Physiology

This is a 5-credit, one semester course that replaces the two semester series of 3101/3102 that was previously taught in the Physiology and Cell Biology department. This in-depth course is designed for students who are planning careers in the health sciences. It teaches the physiology of human organ systems, including the following: nervous system, musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, endocrine, and reproductive systems.
 
Prerequisite: 6 semester credit hours in the biological sciences
 
Offered both Autumn and Spring semesters
 
Course Director: Mark T. Ziolo, Ph.D.
 
Email: Ziolo.1@osu.edu