Anatomy (BIOL 2224)
This course provides an in-depth study of tissues and the anatomy of all human body systems. The course focuses on how the shape and composition of the anatomical structures allows them to perform their functions. Pathology of the anatomy may be included, but normal anatomy will be stressed. The required lecture/theory portion of this course may be offered on campus, blended/hybrid, or online. The required lab portion of this course may be offered on campus or online. This course includes two hours of required lab per week.
1. Human Body, Tissues, Histology, and Integumentary System
2. Musculoskeletal System including Bone, Axial & Appendicular Skeletons, Muscles, Joints, and Muscle Tissue
3. The Nervous System including Central Nervous System, Special Senses, Peripheral Nervous System, and Autonomic Nervous System
4. Cardiovascular, Lymphatic and Immune Systems including Blood, Heart, Blood Vessels
5. Respiratory, Digestive, Endocrine, Urinary and Reproductive Systems
1. Acquire a thorough knowledge of the structural (80% Anatomical) organization of the human body and become proficient in describing the functional (20% Physiological) aspects of anatomy and histological structure
2. Understand humans as functioning organisms and structural relationships between individual parts that form an integrated whole while interpreting human anatomy as a particular set of solutions to problems imposed by the environment
3. Understand selected clinical disorders that arise from diseases or abnormalities in structure
4. Analyze body systems and organs in terms of the details of their structure
5. Appreciate human beings as biological organisms including the similarities and differences between humans and other living organisms
6. Actively and cooperatively become fluent in the terminology and vocabulary of anatomy while expertly identify and spell specific structures on diagrams, models, and dissected specimens on human (mammalian) anatomy
BIOL 2200 and CHEM 1020 or BIOL 2200 and CHEM 1151; or high school chemistry and general biology with grades of "C" (2.0) or above for the full year and must have been taken within the last five years.