BIOL 428 P - Adv Cardio Exercise Physiology
Full title:Advanced Cardiovascular Exercise Physiology
Course description:This course is designed as a detailed study of the structural and function of the human cardiovascular system during the stresses of exercise. The course will cover the fundamental understanding of normal physiology functions and adaptations to acute and chronic aerobic exercise in addition to resistance training. The students will learn clinical techniques for measuring cardiovascular function and potential changes associated with aging and some pathological conditions. Key information from anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, and clinical medicine is integrated into the discussions. This is an upper division/graduate course requiring an advanced understanding of several areas of science such as cardiovascular anatomy and physiology. Prior knowledge of human physiology would be useful. Prerequisites: BIOL 2210/L and BIOL 2225/L. Recommended: BIOL 424/L, HPE 313) (Even Su).
Crosslist group:AA
Instructor: Matthew Barlow (
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Grade mode:Normal (A,B,C,D,F,I,W)
Course dates
Starts:June 3, 2024
End:July 26, 2024
Census date:June 21, 2024
Registration dates:March 31, 2024 - June 5, 2024
Last day to drop:June 5, 2024
Last day to withdraw:July 12, 2024
Meeting dates and times
Crosslisted courses
Crosslist groupCRNCourseTitle
AA40333BIOL 593 PTPS/Adv Card Exerc Physiology
Course Pre-requisites
(TestTest scoreCourse)Connector
(BIOL 2210 to 2210Land
BIOL 2225 to 2225L)

Fall 2023 Course Information