Human Anatomy & Physiology I

BIOL 2020
Credit Hours

This course is designed for science majors, the allied health professions (radiology, physical therapy, occupational/exercise/respiratory therapy, athletic trainer, sonography, etc.) and students planning on earning advanced degrees (MD, DO, DC, DDS, PhD, pharmacy). A detailed study of the human body: its chemical, molecular, cellular, genetic and tissue components: skeletal and muscular structure and function; nervous system, neural control mechanisms; and sensory pathways and structures. Laboratory requires microscopy, dissection of a preserved cat cadaver and various vertebrate organs. (4 cr. hrs.) (Fall).
Prerequisites: two college biology classes. Lecture/Laboratory. Lab Fee. Student is recommended to take CHEM 1020 or equivalent.