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BL 113 Overview

This is an introductory course primarily designed for nursing, health science students and biology majors/minors. It is a foundational course covering the basic structure and function of the human body at various levels, including the cell, the tissue, the organ, and the organ system. A minimal amount of chemistry is covered at the beginning of the course to enhance the student’s understanding of the chemical processes underlying cellular function. The focus of this course is normal structure and function; however, some disease states may also be discussed. The focus topics of this course are: anatomical terminology, foundational chemistry, eukaryotic cells, histology, the integumentary, skeletal, muscle and nervous systems. Corequisite: BL 115.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • BL

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Anatomy & Physiology Theory I - 2022 Fall BL 113

This is an introductory course primarily designed for nursing, health science students and biology majors/minors. It is a foundational course covering the basic structure and function of the human body at various levels, including the cell, the tissue, the organ, and the organ system. A minimal amount of chemistry is covered at the beginning of the course to enhance the student’s understanding of the chemical processes underlying cellular function. The focus of this course is normal structure and function; however, some disease states may also be discussed. The focus topics of this course are: anatomical terminology, foundational chemistry, eukaryotic cells, histology, the integumentary, skeletal, muscle and nervous systems.

Course Code: BL 113

8/29/2022 - 12/18/2022

M, W 8:00 AM - 9:20 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus