1 creditPrerequisite(s):BIO 126 - Biological Principles II and BIO 126L - Biological Principles II Lab Corequisite(s):BIO 327 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I This is a laboratory course where the principles of human anatomy and physiology will be presented using anatomical models, drawings, dissections, and histology as well as interactive noninvasive assessment of physiological functions and review of clinical case studies. Organs of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems will be highlighted. All students registered for this course must also be registered for BIO-3XX. There is one three-hour laboratory period scheduled each week. This course is usually offered in fall semesters.