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SCIH045: Anatomy and Physiology

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
6 Evaluations, 3 Projects, 3 Progress Tests
6 Teacher Connects
(SCIH045055)

NCAA Approved

Anatomy and Physiology is a detailed study of the human body, its parts and structures, and how these function together to create and sustain human life. In this course we will start with an introduction to terminology, human development, and body processes, then move on to the functioning of cells, tissues, and systems. With these basics to build on students will compile an extensive vocabulary of anatomical terminology as they navigate the various systems of the body, building toward a more complete understanding of the human body.

PREREQUISITE: Students should have completed one year of Biology prior to enrolling in this course.



Available in print or online

Course Materials

Required:
Textbook: Body Structures and Functions (ISBN: 9781133691655)

Optional:
Anatomy and Physiology Syllabus SCIH045055 (printed course content)


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Summary
Course Price $250.00



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  • Administrative Fee  $50.00

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