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Understanding the Human Body: An Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology

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What You Will Learn

Distinguish and describe the different fields of anatomy and physiology.

Learn to identify the anatomical regions of the body through the corresponding names of each.

A detailed discussion about Cells

A detailed discussion about Tissues

A detailed Skeleton in detail.

Requirements

  • High school level

Description


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This course is an introduction to human anatomy and physiology. Students will learn about all of the major body systems, and they will also be introduced to other topics such as body cavities, cells, tissues and types of skeleton etc in detail.

To really grasp the human body, you need to do more than just memorize the names of its parts and how theyโ€™re organized. You also need to understand how they work together as one and learn how your body works differently from other organisms. The human body works as one incredible machine. Itโ€™s amazing to think about how the trillions of cells in our bodies function together to make every move, every breath, and every heartbeat possible. In this course on human anatomy and physiology, youโ€™ll explore how different body parts work together to perform functions.

There are 4 units in this course that cover these areas.

  • Unit 1 provides a general overview of human anatomy and physiology.
  • Unit 2 focuses on Histology.
  • Unit 3 focuses Axial Skeleton System.
  • Unit 4 focuses on the Appendicular Skeleton System.

Those who are interested in learning about the anatomy and physiology of the human body would benefit from this course, including allied health programs such as nursing, physical therapy, pre-chiropractic, and pre-medicine. It’s a level 200 college course and High school students taking an Advanced Placement course in Anatomy and Physiology should find this one useful as well. Itโ€™s a stand-alone course, but it also functions as a supporting course. Itโ€™s a great review course, too. This course lays out the material in a straightforward manner, including critical points in the text. And this course is a time saver for students because provides already labelled structures of the lab models which are difficult to find in the lab.

Who this course is for:

  • Those who are interested in learning about the anatomy and physiology of the human body would benefit from this course, including allied health programs such as nursing, physical therapy, pre-chiropractic, and pre-medicine.
  • It’s a level 200 college course.
  • High school students taking an Advanced Placement course in Anatomy and Physiology should find this one useful as well.
  • Itโ€™s a stand-alone course, but it also functions as a supporting course. Itโ€™s a great review course, too. This course lays out the material in a straightforward manner, including critical points in the text. And this course is a time saver for students because provides already labelled structures of the lab models which are difficult to find in the lab.