Welcome to Anatomy & Physiology

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology is an elective science course that encompasses a review of the human body’s structure, functions and pathologies. This advanced course, which is divided into A & P  I and II, is designed for those students wanting a deeper understanding of those structures and functions revealed to them in Living Environment. The body will be viewed as a whole using anatomical terminology necessary to describe location. Focus will be at both micro and macro levels reviewing cellular functions, biochemical processes, tissue interactions, organ systems and the interaction of those systems as it relates to the human organism.  


Anatomy & Physiology I

  • Initially, as an introduction and foundation to the course, body orientation and terminology are covered.  The systems covered  after the initial unit will include integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and reproductive. 


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Anatomy & Physiology II

  • Systems covered during this course will  include Circulatory,respiratory, excretory, endocrine, digestive and lymphatic. M



Course Outline




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