A lecture and laboratory course in the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Study begins with introductions to basic terminology and cell structure, then extends to a survey of the organ systems. Laboratory study enhanced via microscopic study of tissues, the examination of preserved specimens and anatomic models, the use of interactive anatomy and physiology computer models, cat dissection and examination of plastinated human specimen(s). A strong biology background, Biology 132, Medical Terminology or Body Structure and Function is recommended.
Prerequisites: ENG 085*, MAT 020* or higher and CEM 131 or CEM 137 or CEM 141