2018-2019 Catalog

BIO-180 Human Anatomy & Physiology I

The first course of a two-course sequence, this course presents an integrated approach to structure and function of the human body. Laboratory time is allocated to working with the human cadaver and other mammalian specimens. Models, prepared slides, and physiological experiments, including instrumentation, are also part of the laboratory learning experience. Emphasizes normal microanatomy and physiological principles of human cells, tissues, skeletal elements, and the musculature, and nervous systems. It is recommended that students complete BIO-111 or BIO-115 prior to taking this course. Fee is required. (6 contact hours)




Biological Sciences