BIO 141: Anatomy and Physiology 1                                 4 Credit Hours

 

This lecture and lab course will focus on the structure and function of the human body.  Students preparing for the health professions will understand structural system components and functions of body systems that maintain and support the human body for integration in respective nursing and allied health programs. Topics include: cells, tissues, organ systems, the nervous system, skeletal system, muscular system, integumentary, circulation, and respiration.  The laboratory component is presented in class and online using active learning and online technology.  (3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab). 

Course Pre-Requisite: None 

 BIO 142: Anatomy and Physiology II                  4 Credit Hours

This lecture and lab course builds on BIO 141 and will focus on the structure and function of the human body through a body systems perspective. Students preparing for the health professions will continue their understanding of maintaining the body, regulating the body, the biological process and mechanisms of disease for application in nursing and allied health courses.  Topics include: the lymphatic, digestive, urinary, endocrine, reproductive systems and the physiological balance within the human body. The culmination of this course includes an epidemiology project pertaining to current public health issues seen in healthcare today.  The laboratory component is presented in class and online using active learning and online technology. (3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab).

 

Course Pre-Requisite: BIO 141

BIO 141: Anatomy and Physiology 1                                 4 Credit Hours

 

This lecture and lab course will focus on the structure and function of the human body.  Students preparing for the health professions will understand structural system components and functions of body systems that maintain and support the human body for integration in respective nursing and allied health programs. Topics include: cells, tissues, organ systems, the nervous system, skeletal system, muscular system, integumentary, circulation, and respiration.  The laboratory component is presented in class and online using active learning and online technology.  (3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab). 

Course Pre-Requisite: None 

 BIO 142: Anatomy and Physiology II                  4 Credit Hours

This lecture and lab course builds on BIO 141 and will focus on the structure and function of the human body through a body systems perspective. Students preparing for the health professions will continue their understanding of maintaining the body, regulating the body, the biological process and mechanisms of disease for application in nursing and allied health courses.  Topics include: the lymphatic, digestive, urinary, endocrine, reproductive systems and the physiological balance within the human body. The culmination of this course includes an epidemiology project pertaining to current public health issues seen in healthcare today.  The laboratory component is presented in class and online using active learning and online technology. (3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab).

 

Course Pre-Requisite: BIO 141

 BIO 142: Anatomy and Physiology II                  4 Credit Hours

This lecture and lab course builds on BIO 141 and will focus on the structure and function of the human body through a body systems perspective. Students preparing for the health professions will continue their understanding of maintaining the body, regulating the body, the biological process and mechanisms of disease for application in nursing and allied health courses.  Topics include: the lymphatic, digestive, urinary, endocrine, reproductive systems and the physiological balance within the human body. The culmination of this course includes an epidemiology project pertaining to current public health issues seen in healthcare today.  The laboratory component is presented in class and online using active learning and online technology. (3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab).

 

Course Pre-Requisite: BIO 141

BIO 141: Anatomy and Physiology 1                                 4 Credit Hours

 

This lecture and lab course will focus on the structure and function of the human body.  Students preparing for the health professions will understand structural system components and functions of body systems that maintain and support the human body for integration in respective nursing and allied health programs. Topics include: cells, tissues, organ systems, the nervous system, skeletal system, muscular system, integumentary, circulation, and respiration.  The laboratory component is presented in class and online using active learning and online technology.  (3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab). 

Course Pre-Requisite: None