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Biol 225 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Credit hours: 4


Course Level: Undergraduate

Institution:New Mexico State University – Alamogordo

Pre-requisites: Pre/Corequisite(s): CHEM 110G or CHEM 111G.

Course Description: The first in a two-course sequence that covers the structure and function of the human body, including terminology of the human gross anatomy, chemistry overview, cell structure, cell physiology (including DNA, protein synthesis and cell division). The organization of cells and tissues and their metabolic and homeostatic processes and regulation are also covered. Physical and chemical operation of organs and systems of the human body include the intergumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Pre/Corequisite(s): CHEM 110G or CHEM 111G. Restricted to: Community Colleges only. 0.000 OR 4.000 Credit hours

Course Syllabus:not yet available

Instructor Vitae:not yet available


Method of Instruction: Online; Facilitated through CANVAS (LMS). Information will be emailed to through student's college email regarding login.

Campus visits required: 0

Course Contact: Sarah Cerra

Email: scerra@nmsu.edu


Terms offered:


Other Considerations: Required Lecture Text Title: Principles of Anatomy and Physiology,14th edition Authors: Gerard Tortora and Bryan H.Derrickson Publisher: Wiley Publishing ISBN 978111877456 4 Note: an ebook is available for those who which this instant option at the NMSUA bookstore Required Lab Text Title: Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology, 5th Edition **with** WileyPLUS online access registration codes. Note: There is a package set up for both but each may be bought separately Authors: Connie Allen and Valerie Harper Publisher: Wiley Publishing ISBN 9781118946466 ( for package code)


Available Seats by Semester for this course:



Section: A20

Class Start Date:Jan-17-18
Class End Date:May-11-18
Seats:12 / 5
Seats return deadline:Jan-12-2018

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