• Course Spotlight

    Human Anatomy – BIO 341

    A system-based study of human anatomy, this course includes a cadaver-based laboratory exploration of human gross anatomy.

    Human Development: Lifespan – PSY 224

    You don’t have to be a psychology major to take this course. It offers a broad overview of theory, research and applications in human psychological development from conception to death.

    Human Physiology – BIO 342

    Engage in an examination of the major physiological systems of the body – their functions and integration – which includes the nervous, muscular, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, renal, digestive and reproductive systems. Laboratory sessions are included.

    Microbiology – BIO 227

    Study the morphology, physiology and genetics of algae, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses. Lab work emphasizes sterile culture techniques and identifying unknown cultures.

    World Religions – THL 343

    Get an overview of the major religions of the world – their history, oral traditions and written scriptures. This course also includes the Catholic Church’s perspective on inter-religious dialogue.

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