HPH5200 Issues and Trends in Ethnophysiology

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Prof. Anthony Wallace Course Description: Ethnophysiology is a realm of ethnomedicine that focuses on the psychology, attitudes, and behaviors of an indigenous populace in a specified ethnic, racial, or cultural group… Read More

HPH2300 Human Anatomy

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Dr. Candace Reno Course Description: Students will examine the tissues, organs, and organs systems of the human body. How This Course Benefits Students: This course will be essential for any… Read More

HPH2400 Human Physiology

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Dr. Candace Reno Course Description: Students will examine the functional relationship of anatomy to physiology by studying how the organ systems function. Topics will include: enodcrinology, respiratory, cardiovascular, and neurobiology… Read More

HPH2200 Ethnophysiology

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Prof. Anthony Wallace Course Description: Ethnophysiology is a realm of ethnomedicine that focuses on the psychology, attitudes, and behaviors of an indigenous populace in a specified ethnic, racial, or cultural… Read More

HPH3400 Fundamentals of Medical Physiology

Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Dr. Roland Wilson Course Description: This course will teach the basics of human physiology and how each organ system uniquely contributes to maintaining normal health and how these systems affect… Read More

HPH5400 Fundamentals of Medical Physiology

Educational Level: Graduate, Master Credit Hours: 3 Credits Instructor: Dr. Roland Wilson Course Description: This course will teach the basics of human physiology and how each organ system uniquely contributes to maintaining normal health and how these systems affect and… Read More