If you’d like to enhance your knowledge of human physiology, anatomy, neuroscience, exercise science, or nutrition, a minor in human physiology may be what you’re looking for.

With the help of a departmental faculty advisor, you’ll plan a program of five courses to meet your objectives, starting with a strong foundation of prerequisite courses in the basic sciences and human biology.

You may use no more than two courses from another concentration to fulfill the requirements for a minor concentration (20 credit hours). You will be required to complete the two core courses (8 credits) and an additional three courses (12 credits) from the list below.

Core Courses

SAR HS 369 Prerequisites

CAS BI 105 & 106 or CAS BI 107 & 108

SAR HS 370 Prerequisites

CAS BI 211 or 315

SAR HS 369 (recommended)

Additional Courses

Note: You must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher to qualify for a minor in Human Physiology. You also must receive a grade of C or better in each course.