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Physiology, General

Physiology, General
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School   (degrees awarded)
University of Colorado Boulder   (311 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Los Angeles   (257 Bachelors degrees)
University of Arizona   (228 Bachelors degrees)
Georgetown University   (216 Masters degrees)
University of Oregon   (139 Bachelors degrees)
Brigham Young University-Provo   (101 Bachelors degrees)
Michigan State University   (94 Bachelors degrees)
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities   (66 Bachelors degrees)
Northern Michigan University   (35 Bachelors degrees)
University of Wyoming   (32 Bachelors degrees)
University of Cincinnati-Main Campus   (27 Masters degrees)
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston   (26 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Oklahoma State University-Main Campus   (22 Bachelors degrees)
Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis   (20 Masters degrees)
Seattle Pacific University   (20 Bachelors degrees)
Southern Illinois University Carbondale   (18 Bachelors degrees)
North Carolina State University at Raleigh   (17 Masters degrees)
University of Colorado Boulder   (14 Bachelors degrees)
University of Colorado Boulder   (14 Masters degrees)
University of Arizona   (13 Masters degrees)
Loyola University Chicago   (13 Masters degrees)
University of Louisville   (13 Masters degrees)
University of Oregon   (12 Masters degrees)
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center   (12 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Marquette University   (12 Bachelors degrees)
Duke University   (10 Masters degrees)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign   (9 Masters degrees)
University of California-Los Angeles   (8 Masters degrees)
Weill Cornell Medical College   (8 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Duke University   (8 Masters degrees)
Physiology, General Description

A general program that focuses on the scientific study of the functional dynamics, morphology, and biochemical and biophysical communications within organisms and between living systems at all levels of complexity and integration. Includes instruction in reproduction, growth, hormonal action, vascular function, respiration, digestion, sensory perception and processing, sensorimotor integration, signal encoding and conveyance, homeostasis, physical function and malfunction, evolutionary physiology, and disease processes.

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