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|