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PPT 301. Human Physiology. 4 Credits.

A study of the normal function of the human body with particular consideration given to the necessary background needed by students pursuing a course of study in Allied Health Sciences. There are five hours of formal classroom study including two hours of laboratory and an optional review period each week. Prerequisites: ANAT 204 and either BIOL 150/150L or CHEM 116/116L or CHEM 121/121L; open to Athletic Training, CLS, Community Nutrition, Cytotechnology, Dietetics, Pre-Dietetics, Nursing, Pre-Nursing, Pre-OT, PT, and OT majors only. F,S.

Biology (Biol)

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...PPT 301 Human Physiology will not be allowed for the advanced lab requirement. PPT 301...

Nursing (Nurs)

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...and Anatomy for Paramedical Personnel Laboratory 5 PPT 301 Human Physiology 4 MBIO 202 & 202L...

Biology

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...g., Anat 204, MBio 302, MBio 328, PPT 301). There are some restrictions so students...

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