|1.||Describe the fundamental structure, functions and interactions of the musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine, immune and integumentary systems in the human body;|
|2.||Explain how the body systems act and interact to maintain a constant internal environment (homeostasis);|
|3.||Demonstrate requisite skills in experimental techniques, recording and critical analysis of data and report writing.|
|Exercise||Presentation (1000 words)||20%|
|Laboratory Work||Lab Reports x 2 (750 words each)||20%|
|Test||Three (3) Topic Tests||60%|
Human Physiology: From cells to systems (9th ed.)
Sherwood, L. (2015)
Boston, MA: Cengage Learning
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