General Anatomy and Physiology
General Anatomy and Physiology features lectures and laboratory dealing with the human body as an integrated structural and functional unit, including the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, excretory, reproductive, nervous, endocrine, muscular and skeletal systems, in addition to cell structure and physiology. It includes dissection of fresh and preserved material as well as examination of a human cadaver. This course is not acceptable in programs requiring two semesters of Anatomy and Physiology. General Anatomy and Physiology is a one semester course. Students in programs that require two semesters of anatomy and physiology should take Anatomy and Physiology 1, 20-806-207 and Anatomy and Physiology 2, 20-806-208. Introductory college-level biology course recommended.