This course considers humans as a biological species. Topics include human anatomy and physiology, basic biochemistry and cell biology, genetics, human reproduction and development, immunology and infectious disease, nutrition, pharmacology, and the evolution of humans as a species. The biological understanding of what unites all humans and what accounts for our differences serves as a common theme. Ways in which an understanding of human biology can inform opinions on contemporary issues facing us as a society, as well as personal choices regarding our own health are explored. Designed for non-science majors and does not count toward the BIO or ENS major.General Education: Natural Science