Department Courses

Department Courses

EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-March-2007
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 009160
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 605
CAREER: GRAD
DESCRIPTION: Systemic Physiology I 
UNITS: 4
SIZE COURSE: 999
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 4  
Systemic Physiology I
Basic description of physiologic concepts and principles that explain the mechanisms of human physiological function.


EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-Sep-2007
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 013303
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 606
CAREER: GRAD
DESCRIPTION: Systemic Physiology II
UNITS: 4
SIZE COURSE: 50
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 4   
Systemic Physiology II
Prerequisites: PHZB 605.  
Continuation of Systematic Physiology I, to complete description of basic physiologic principles that explain mechanisms of human physiology.


EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-Jul-2004  
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 009166
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 609
CAREER: GRAD
DESCRIPTION: Integrated Systemic 
UNITS: 3
SIZE COURSE: 999
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 3
Integrated Systemic Physiology
Prerequisite:  PHY 601 and consent of instructor.
Designed to provide reinforcement, expansion and integration of basic physiologic concepts of human organ systems.


EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-Jul-2004  
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 013572
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 611
CAREER: GRAD
DESCRIPTION: Advanced Human Physiology
UNITS: 4
SIZE COURSE: 25
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 4
Advanced Human Physiology
Prerequisites:  PHY 605 or consent of instructor.
PHY 611 utilizes lectures on the physiological and biochemical processes in the heart, blood vessels and blood elements to provide more detailed mechanisms from molecular to systematic levels and normal to pathological states.


EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-Jul-2004  
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 009172
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 616
CAREER: GRAD 
DESCRIPTION: Sel Top in Phy & Bio 
UNITS: 1-12
SIZE COURSE: 999
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 12
Selected Topics in Physiology and Biophysics
Detailed discussion of physiological and biophysical problems of particular interest to students and staff.  Topics will be announced in the schedule.


EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-Jul-2004  
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 009173
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 617 01
CAREER: GRAD
DESCRIPTION: Seminar
UNITS: 1
SIZE COURSE: 20
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 1
Seminar in Physiology and Biophysics for first year students


EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-Jul-2004  
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 009174
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 619
CAREER: GRAD
DESCRIPTION: Research
UNITS: 1-20
SIZE COURSE: 999
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 20
Research


EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-Jul-2004  
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 009178
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 625
CAREER: GRAD
DESCRIPTION: Exp Physiol Lab I
UNITS: 3
SIZE COURSE: 999
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 3
Experimental Physiology Laboratory I
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Practical experience with techniques common to physiological research, including instrumentation, surgical procedures and experimental design. Fall


EFFECTIVE DATE: 02-Jul-2004  
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 009217
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 799
CAREER: GRAD
DESCRIPTION: Exp Physiol Lab I
UNITS: 3
SIZE COURSE: 999
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 3
Dissertation
Prerequisite:  Permission of Departmental Chair.
The terminal research course for the Ph.D. degree to finalize data analyses and manuscript preparation and manuscript preparation for the Ph.D. Dissertation.


EFFECTIVE DATE: 21-Jun-2004  
STAT: A
COURSE ID: 009221
SUBJECT: PHZB
CATALOG #: 801
CAREER: ME
DESCRIPTION: Human Physiology
UNITS: 8
SIZE COURSE: 999
REPEAT: N
LIMIT: 8
Human Physiology
Consideration of the fundamental principles of general physiology combined with systematic discussion of mammalian and especially  human physiology.  Applications of the principles studied to interpretation of disease are illustrated.