Feb 29, 2024
Physiology is the science of how the body functions in health and disease. A degree in physiology provides excellent preparation for careers or graduate study in the health professions and biomedical research or related disciplines.
Physiology is the study of how animals work: how they breathe, feed, interact with their environment, and carry out many other activities and functions. Physiology is the knowledge that the health sciences are built on and so is especially important for students who may be thinking of becoming medical practitioners, veterinarians or health care professionals.
All courses in the major must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
Zoology and Physiology Department Requirements
(for B.S. in Physiology, Wildlife & Fisheries Biology & Management, or Zoology)
Complete 6 credit hours of Department of Zoology and Physiology Requirements:
1. U.S. Diversity (choose one course)
2. Global Awareness (choose one course)
Two Additional CHEM Courses:
*MOLB 3610 may be used as a CHEM elective, but cannot also count as a PHSO Core Elective.
*CHEM 3550 may be used as a CHEM elective, but cannot also count as a PHSO Core Elective
Physiology Core Required Courses
Physiology Core Electives
A minimum of 10 of the 18 Physiology Core Elective credits must be exclusive to the PHSO major.
At the end of this program students will have a thorough knowledge of physiology, will be well prepared to enter health sciences or graduate education, and will have a range of skills attractive to employers.
Choose a Total of 18 Credits From:
**cannot count towards PHSO electives if used as a CHEM requirement in the Foundational Courses