Undergraduate Courses

PHYI 202 (Section 001) - Introduction to Physiology (5 credits)  *Inquiries regarding course equivalency should be directed to the course director, Dr. Virginia Shea.*
On-campus lecture format - spring semester only

Prerequisites: Chemistry 101, Chemistry 102 and Biology 252
[or Biochemistry 107, Biochemistry 108 and Biology 252] or equivalents

A course in basic human physiology with an appreciation for its clinical application. Emphasis is on body fluids, various organ systems and their interrelationships. Required of all nursing students and available to other students by permission of the instructor. Five lecture hours per week. Shea, staff.

PHYI 202 (Sections 990-993) - Register online through the Friday Center's Carolina Courses Online.
Inquiries regarding PHYI 202 sections 990-993 should be directed to the Friday Center.

Prerequisites: Chemistry 101, Chemistry 102 and Biology 252
[or Biochemistry 107, Biochemistry 108 and Biology 252] or equivalents

A course in basic human physiology with an appreciation for its clinical application. Emphasis is on body fluids, various organ systems and their interrelationships. Required of all nursing students and available to other students by permission of the instructor. Five lecture hours per week. Shea, staff.

 

PHYI 395 - Undergraduate Research in Physiology (1-3 credits)

Prerequisites: Biology 101 and 101L, Chemistry 101 and 101L, an overall 3.0 GPA, and permission of the instructor

Directed readings or laboratory study on a selected topic. Final written report required in each term. At least three hours of independent work per week for each unit of credit. Fall, spring, and summer. Staff.