Anatomy & Physiology I
This core course will develop one’s understanding of the structure and physiological functioning of the human body and its adaptation within the external and internal environment. Students will be introduced to the study of the human body and how it functions to maintain homeostasis. Through a variety of learning experiences which may include classroom instruction, laboratory studies including specimen dissections, group activities and independent learning students acquire knowledge of the interactions of body parts and systems including cells, tissues, organs and organ systems. The integumentary, skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular and respiratory systems will be emphasized.
Anatomy & Physiology II
You will study the human body, how it is constructed, and how it functions to maintain homeostasis. The course builds on the information you learned in HIM 401: Anatomy and Physiology 1. You will focus on the study of systems involved with integration, control, absorption, excretion, and reproduction. You will apply your theoretical knowledge in a practical setting.