Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO270)
4.0 Semester Hours
This course begins with an orientation to the human body, followed by a brief review of basic biochemistry and the structure and function of cells. The student is then engaged in major units of study involving tissues, the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems and the special senses. Laboratory work utilizes models, microscopes, animal dissections, and human cadavers.
Recommended Prereq: High school biology and chemistry or the equivalents within the past five years. BIO120 strongly recommended.
Note: First of a two-semester sequence.