Human Anatomy & Physiology
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Human Anatomy and Physiology is an elective course that integrates class work, dissections, and other laboratory experiences to present the human as a marvel of biological engineering. The topics discussed will be tissue studies and a systematic study of the human form (bones, muscles, nerves, circulation, digestion, respiration, endocrinology, reproduction and excretion.) Students will possess a variety of dissection skills and be able to use them to explore body systems. Students will understand in modern terms the functions of a variety of body systems and organs. This course is set up as an introduction to students heading into various health care related fields. It is intended to expose those students to the terminology and techniques that they will be using in their advanced education. This introduction will be invaluable as students begin their college courses in Anatomy / Physiology. PLEASE NOTE: Lab work will be concerned mainly with the dissection of the cat as a representative of a mammal and is required.
- AGH surgery field trip
Anyone going on the field trip to AGH on May 11, 2017...make sure your permission slip has been turned into me. Want to go? See me. Remember we will be eating lunch in the cafeteria there...bring $. In addition, bring a sweater or jacket due to the air conditioning:) We will be back in time for buses home.