Courses taught at Cal State San Bernardino:
BIOL 2230 – Human Physiology & Anatomy I
Comprehensive study of human form and function including living chemistry, cells, tissues, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems.
BIOL 2240 – Human Physiology & Anatomy II
Continuation of BIOL 223 with coverage of special senses, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine and reproductive systems.
BIOL 3420 – Comparative Biology of the Vertebrates
Structural, developmental and ecological changes in the evolution of the chordate groups with an emphasis on comparative vertebrate anatomy.
BIOL 4630/4640 – Human Anatomy & Physiology for Biology majors
Comprehensive study of human form and function including living chemistry, cells, tissues, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Geared for pre-professional biology majors.
BIOL 5550 – Comparative Biomechanics
Examination and quantitative analysis of structure and function of animals and plants using physical principles. Application of fluid and solid mechanics to understanding the design and behavior of biologic materials.