Course DescriptionA systematic approach to the complexity of the human body. Lectures include integumentary system, defense mechanisms, cardiovascular, lymphatic and respiratory systems; exercise; the male and female reproductive systems; pregnancy; skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, digestive and urinary systems; senses. This course is not available for credit in the Bachelor of Science programs in Biology, Biomedical Science or Chemistry.
Note: Students must have taken Grade 12U Biology, OAC Biology, CBLG 90A/B, or CKBG 108 and CKBG 109, prior to taking this course. Students who may not have the co-requisites indicated are encouraged to contact the Academic Coordinator for Biology and Biomedical Science, Dr. Joseph McPhee, at email@example.com.
CBLG 10A is a multi-term course (78 total course hours). If you enrol in CBLG10A for the selected term, you will automatically be enrolled in CBLG10B for the subsequent term. The automatic enrolment usually occurs near the completion of “A” term, and therefore the “B” term will not appear on your schedule of classes until that time.