BIOL 117 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory for the Health Sciences

The laboratory experience that will introduce health science students to an in-depth anatomical and physiological analysis of the skeletal, joint, integument, muscular, nervous, and organ systems. Kinesthetic and biomechanical analyses, physiological exercises, virtual dissections, disarticulated skeletons, organ models, and various audiovisual/technical aids will be used to augment student comprehension.  This course cannot be used for credit towards a major in the Biological Sciences.


1 credit


GE: Natural Sciences - Biology