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Introduction to Human Biology

Course Code BRPN-101
Course Name Introduction to Human Biology
Category Health Professionals
Description This course is designed to provide students with a broad, introductory overview of human biology. It is also designed to familiarize students with the fundamental terms, concepts, and principles of human biology and anatomical structures and functions of systems as they relate these principles to the individual, society, and the environment. Students will study such topics as the integumentary, musculo-skeletal, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, immune, respiratory, digestive and urinary systems. In addition to reviewing anatomy, students will also be introduced to concepts in physiology within the context of health, wellness, illness and disability of a client across the lifespan and their role in assisting. Students will gain a greater understanding, appreciation and, in some areas, working knowledge of the biology of humans and their individual needs.
Notes This certificate will be offered Fall, Winter and Summer semesters.
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