BIS 136◊ Functional Human Anatomy I

A course for students in Nursing and other Health Careers programs that surveys cells, tissues and the functional anatomy of human organ systems emphasizing basic concepts and their applications and implications for clinical practice. These components are presented using lecture and discussion, laboratory, and clinical problem-solving exercises. Laboratories utilize anatomical models, charts, dissection specimens and cadavers to aid in identification of important anatomical features and also includes experiments illustrating physiological processes. 

Credit Hours: 4.0
Lecture Hours: 3.0
Lab Hours: 3.0
Course Fee Required
Prerequisites
High school-level biology or BIS 101◊, and high school chemistry or CHM 110◊.