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BPH 161 - Biology of Human Health Lab


This course examines basic human disease concepts and explores these concepts through a biomedical public health perspective. Main topics of study include the causes of human disease, modes of disease transmission, and major diseases that currently contribute to the global burden of disease. Contemporary public health issues in the study of human disease, including chronic disease, vaccination, antibiotic resistance, and the threat of global pandemics will be explored. Note: this course is equivalent to the Natural and Applied Sciences course SCI 130 .

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Credits: 1

Meets the Following Core Requirement: Science Exploration
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Course Type: Public Health



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