2016-2017 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog

BIO 503 Advanced Human Reproductive Biology

Human reproductive anatomy and physiology, including fertilization, embryonic/fetal development and pregnancy, contraception, and assisted reproductive technologies. In addition, non-human species will be briefly examined. Will also include analysis of topics related to human reproduction reported in the media and in scientific literature. This is a link course with Bio 403. No credit given for students with credit for Bio 403.




Admission to a Biological Sciences graduate program or permission of department chair.

General Education


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