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How do all of our body parts and systems work together to keep us alive?
While anatomy is all about form, physiology is about function, exploring how living things work. Emmanuel's physiology concentration is designed for students interested in a focused study of human physiology - our circulatory, respiratory, hematologic, immunologic, digestive, skeletal, nervous, muscular systems and more. In addition, students will perform in depth investigation into metabolic processes and the stress of exercise.
View the 2018-2019 Academic Catalog to find course titles, numbers and descriptions.
Requirements for Concentration:
At the completion of a degree from the Biology Department, the student will have: