Normally Offered: This course is offered in the Fall semester by Dr. Advis and in the Spring by Dr. Bello.
Prerequisites and Other Registration Restrictions:?Prerequisites are two semesters of General Biology 01:119:101-102 and General Chemistry 01:160:161-162,171. A course in organic chemistry is recommended. Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Format:?This is a lecture-based course. Additional help is provided through recitations and through office hours or by appointment. An optional 1-credit laboratory (see Integrative Physiology Laboratory 11:067:301) will complement the Integrative Physiology lecture and recitation course.
Description:?This is an intense course that will cover all the bodily systems. There will be a large amount of material to understand. It is expected that all students in the class have a solid background in biology and chemistry, as this information will serve as the foundation to discuss various physiological systems and processes.?
Examinations:?There are no makeup exams. If a student has a valid problem with an exam date, this must be discussed with the course instructor BEFORE the exam. If a student fails to do so, and does not show up to take the exam at the appointed time, at the discretion of the instructor, a grade of "F" might be assigned for the missing exam.?
Other Requirements: None
Fall Syllabus (may be subject to change)
Spring Syllabus (may be subject to change)
Additional Information:Contact Dr. Advis (Bartlett Hall room 213D) by phone at 848-932-9240 or by email at:?email@example.com.? Contact Dr. Bello (Bartlett Hall room 121) by phone at 848-932-2966 or by email at:?firstname.lastname@example.org