BIS 240◊ Human Anatomy & Physiology I

Examines the organization of the human body at the macroscopic and microscopic levels. Human cadavers are used along with a regional anatomical approach to study the location, structure and function of major systems, organs and tissues within the human body. BIS 240◊ and BIS 241◊ meet the anatomy and physiology requirements of university-professional allied health programs. Recommended for students with better-than-average academic ability.  

Credit Hours: 4.0
Lecture Hours: 3.0
Lab Hours: 3.0
Course Fee Required
Prerequisites
BIS 101◊ or college-level biology course equivalent with a 'C' or better; RHT 101◊ level