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This course presents an integrated introduction to the structure and function of cells, tissues, and organs of the human body. Systems covered will include the musculoskeletal, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. The functional properties of the human body will be analyzed from the molecular level to the entire organism. This course will fulfill the Anatomy with lab requirement for admission to most Health Professional Schools including: Physician Assistant, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, etc. This is a two part course consisting of Lecture and Wet Lab. All sections below have same Lecture schedule. Student needs to enroll in section with the Lab schedule of their preference.

Course Availability: Human Anatomy is only offered once a year in summer. In May, our website will show our summer offerings, which will allow you to enroll into the appropriate didactic dates (Summer Session 1 or 2) and then select the date choices for your lab sessions.

Other Credits : 5 Units in Biology; 50 hours of BRN Nursing Credit

  • NOTE  Completion of a one-semester college-level General Biology course with at least a C- grade.

  • COURSE NUMBER  BILD-X13
  • CREDIT  5.00 unit(s)


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