This course counts as SM credit and is a requirement for the Kinesiology major. The goal of this course is to teach basic anatomy (structure) and physiology (function) of the organ systems, with emphasis placed on how the organ systems regulate homeostasis of the body’s internal environment. The body systems will be examined from molecular to whole body level. Specific topics for this section are listed on the class schedule. Class and lab experiences are to a) become familiar with principles and mechanisms in basic human anatomy and physiology, explaining control and regulation of physiological systems at rest b) explore methods of inquiry that lead to scientific knowledge and c) practice organizing, analyzing, and interpreting quantitative data.
Brooks, Naomi, "KINS 255 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Brooks Fall 2023" (2023). Course Syllabi. 52, Scholarly and Creative Work from DePauw University.