Course Topics

BIO 115 Human Anatomy
A basic gross anatomy course including dissection of the cat with reference and comparison made to human organ systems. For nonbiology majors. Lectures and laboratory.

BIO 368 Human Dissection and Anatomy
An in-depth gross anatomy course that includes dissection of a human cadaver. Skeletal, muscular, nervous, digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, and urogenital systems will be covered. Lectures and laboratory.

BIO 358 Toxicology
This course covers the principles of toxicology, the study of poisons. Topics include molecular and cellular sites of toxicant action, physiological effects of toxicants in mammalian systems and ecological systems, and the application of toxicology to public health and policy. Central toxicology concepts such as dose-response, mixtures, gene-environment interaction, and endocrine/reproductive toxicity will be explored in the laboratory culminating in student-designed research projects and scientific papers. Lectures and laboratory.