Human Physiology, Minor College of Biological Sciences
This minor exposes students to general and specialized courses related to human biology including courses such as exercise and aging in health and disease and exercise metabolism. Students who obtain a human physiology minor will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the physiological processes that allow animals to function in their environment. This minor provides a foundation for further training in health-related professions.
William DeBello, Ph.D., Lee Miller, Ph.D.
Biology Academic Success Center (BASC) in 1023 Katherine Esau Science Hall (formerly Sciences Laboratory Building); 530-752-0410.
Only one course used to satisfy a requirement for the minor may be applied toward a student’s major.
|EXB 101||Exercise Physiology||4|
|NPB 101||Systemic Physiology||5|
|Introduction to Motor Learning & the Psychology of Sport & Exercise|
|Exercise & Aging in Health & Disease|
|Neuromuscular & Behavioral Aspects of Motor Control|
|Kinesiology: Analysis & Control of Human Movement|
|Cardiovascular, Respiratory, & Renal Physiology|
|Physiology of the Endocrine Glands|
|Nature vs. Nurture: Physiological Interactions Among Genes, Nutrients & Health|
|Advanced Physiology of Animal/Human Disease|
|Neurobiology of Addictive Drugs|
|Choose one from two of the following areas:||5-9|
|Human Gross Anatomy|
|Genetics & Development|
|Human Genetics: Mutation & Migration|
|Adulthood & Aging|
|Human Genetics & Genomics|
|MMI 188A||Human Immunology||3-4|
|or MMI 188B||Human Immunology|
|Recommendations & Standards for Human Nutrition|