On this article, I am going to list Physiology courses you will study while preparing you to be a Physiology graduate. Normally, a course outline should contain; course name, course description, course hours etc… but I am going to skip that information.
I will only list out the course names excluding GST Courses and those courses with part II and III to avoid too much information and there is no guarantee that the listed subjects (courses) here will be fully covered in your school except for Nigeria Universities.
Nevertheless, you will study 97% of Physiology courses listed here.
The following are the list of Core Physiology Courses
- Advanced Cardiovascular Physiology
- Advanced Endocrine and Reproduction
- Advanced Gastrointestinal Physiology.
- Advanced Pulmonary Physiology
- Advanced Renal and Body Fluids
- Amino acid & Protein Metabolism
- Anatomy of Upper Limbs
- Animal Experimentation/Design of Experiment
- Autonomic and Neurophysiology
- Basic Histology &Cytology
- Blood and Body fluid Physiology
- Carbohydrate & Lipid Metabolism
- Cardiovascular Physiology
- Cardiovascular System
- Cellular Physiology
- Clinical Biochemistry
- Comparative Environmental and Metabolic
- Diversity of Plants
- Electromagnetic & Modern
- Elementary Mathematics
- Endocrinology & Reproduction
- Functional Zoology
- Gastrointestinal Physiology
- General Anatomy and Gross
- General Chemistry
- General Embryology
- Gross Anatomy of Lower Limb
- Gross Anatomy of the Abdomen,
- Gross Anatomy of Thorax
- Gross Anatomy of the Head and Neck
- History & Philosophy of Science
- Hypothalamus-hypophyseal System Physiology
- Introduction to Entrepreneurship
- Introductory Analytical Techniques
- Introductory and General Physiology
- Introductory Biochemistry
- Introductory Microbiology
- Introductory Pharmacology
- Introductory Zoology
- Literature Review
- Mechanics, Thermal Physics &
- Membrane Transport Mechanism
- Organic Chemistry
- Pelvis and Perineum
- Philosophy & Logic
- Plant form & Function
- Practical Physics
- Properties of Matter
- Protein Chemistry & Enzymology
- Quantitative Pharmacology
- Renal Physiology.
- Renal, Fluid & Electrolyte Balance
- Respiratory Physiology
- Sensory Physiology
- Systemic Embryology
- Systemic Histology
- Temperature Regulation.
- Vibrations, Waves & Optics
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Please i wantvto study physiology in futa but am seeing plant physiology ad the category of physiology and i want to study exercise physiology.
Is it that i can choose any field i want to study under physiology or the school has limited one to choose from and not all.