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University of Toronto

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SCS2159

Basic Human Physiology

The content of the course is equivalent to the University of Toronto courses (PSL200 and PSL201; exclusion). This is a survey course designed to provide a general coverage of all major areas of human physiology. This course is taught by the Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, and administered through the School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto. It is intended for any students who require a credit-equivalent course in Human Physiology as a prerequisite for entrance into Health Science professional programs (including medicine, nursing, dentistry, speech and language pathology, occupational and physical therapy, etc...our online physiology course also counts as one of the two life sciences pre-requisites for admission into Medicine at UofT) and Individuals who simply have an interest in understanding how the body works will also benefit from the course as it provides a working knowledge of various systems in the human body. At the completion of the course, students receive an official Grade Report from the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.

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Anonymous - 2017-05-04 03:03:52
D Winter 2017 Dr. Kee
This course is very bad made from technical point - slides are impossible to read, video of a very poor quality. It seems like it was made in 90s because today even my phone makes much better video. But it says 2014. Seems like they intentionally made it as worse as possible. Quizzes are unnecessary difficult, too little time and quite ambiguous. Course is disorganized, it seems that profs don't know order of lectures because they refer to other lectures in different order or mention lectures that are not in the course. They say that quizzes are lectures and PhysioEx, textbook is for reference only. But for some parts they say that we need a textbook as well and material is more difficult in the textbook and not covered in a lecture. Also they never refer to PhysioEx during lectures as it doesn’t exist, no one checks out labs for PhysioEx, it is not even clear if we need to do them. Whole PhysioEx is a self-study. I would not recommend this course as a prerequisite because you will get worse grade than expected.

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