Anatomy and Physiology


This course is structured around a series of major themes in Human Anatomy and Physiology beginning with the introduction of anatomy and physiology, organization of the body, anatomy and physiology of cells, histology, integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system and an introduction into the human nervous system. This course is suggested for academic students interested in pursuing higher education in the areas of medical or biological fields of science.  To enroll in this course students must have achieved a B or better in Biology I, Honors Biology, or obtain written consent of the instructor.  This class meets 6 periods a week for 1.2 credits. Each student will be evaluated in the following areas: tests, quizzes, homework, projects, laboratory reports, activities, and in-class assignments. The final grade will be an average of all four quarters, midterm exam, and the final exam grade.