For a video introduction to the Department, including the undergraduate program, see the About Us page. Incoming freshmen and sophomores should consider participating in the Health Professions Residential Academic Program in Kittredge West Hall; this is a decision you need to make at the time you select your housing on campus.
See the Biology Advising page for information about seeing an advisor and declaring the IPHY major, and for answers to frequently-asked questions.
Several undergraduate majors and other programs at CU-Boulder provide opportunities to demonstrate academic achievement in physiology, health sciences, and related fields.
The undergraduate courses page contains course descriptions and links to instructor-maintained course web pages, if available.
The major offers several opportunities for more active participation than what is usually encountered in standard coursework. The student can experience settings relating to his or her career interests while developing advanced skills and responsibilities. Usually credit toward the major may be earned while participating in these activities, and some activities can be tailored to the specific needs of the student and/or mentor. See below for links to more information about:
Department of Integrative Physiology
University of Colorado at Boulder
Clare Small 114
Boulder, CO 80309-0354