PHGY 290 Investigation of Human Physiological Responses
PHGY 290 Investigation of Human Physiological Responses Units: 3.00
This course is designed to advance critical thinking and practical lab skills through collaborative experimentation on human physiological responses to various stimuli. Upon completion, students should be able to (i) plan and perform experimental protocols, (ii) collect, analyze and interpret data and (iii) produce quality presentations of findings.
Learning Hours: 120 (36 Laboratory, 48 Online Activity, 36 Private Study)
Requirements: Corequisite Minimum 2nd year (Level 2) standing, registration in a BHSc, LISC, or BCHM program, and co-req PHGY 215/3.0 Note: We recommend that students should have already completed a statistics course (e.g. HSCI 190/3.0 or equivalent)
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences
Concurrent Education Degree Requirements
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