Medical Sciences | Basic Anatomy
A215 | 6970 | Dougherty


A 215 Basic Human Anatomy (5 cr.)  This course presents a systemic
approach to the study of the human body.  Lecture presentation begins
with an introduction to anatomical terminology and an overview of
cellular processes and tissue classification. Students learn the
gross and microscopic anatomy of the following systems: skeletal,
muscular, integumentary, nervous,  circulatory, respiratory,
digestive, urinary,  and reproductive.  The laboratory component of
the course reinforces lecture concepts through the use of models,
histological slides, and cadaver demonstration.  Lectures meet three
times weekly.  Students also attend two 2-hr labs per week. (Note:
during Summer II, lectures are presented daily and students attend a
2-hr lab four times per week).

Class time:  9:05A-9:55A  MWF  BH 013
See Schedule of Classes for lab sections