A system-based study of human anatomy, this course includes a cadaver-based laboratory exploration of human gross anatomy.
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.
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.
Study the morphology, physiology and genetics of algae, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses. Lab work emphasizes sterile culture techniques and identifying unknown cultures.
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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