• The first in a two-part sequence of courses introduces students to the organization of the body on a chemical, cellular, tissue and system level. Integrating structures (anatomy) and their function (physiology) is a focus of each course in this sequence with this course focusing the skeletal/articular, muscular and nervous systems in detail. The laboratory portion of the course will include the opportunity to observe prosected human cadavers.
  • This course builds on the material from Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 and explores the, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic/immune, urinary, digestive, respiratory and reproductive systems. All systems are then integrated using cross-sectional analysis of the human body. Observation of prosected human cadavers is an opportunity during laboratory sessions.