This course, and its companion course Human Anatomy & Physiology II, deal with the relationship between structure and function in the human body. Lectures will introduce students to basic concepts in biology and the anatomy and role of the major organ systems of the human body. Laboratory activities include microscopic examination of cells, tissues, organ structures, investigations of human anatomy, experiments in the functioning of the human senses, and muscles, as well as dissections of selected organs. 

Students that have Biology 110: Anatomy and Physiology I or equivalent can qualify to take this course on its own at cost of $500.

This pair of courses is meant for students progressing to health care related fields such as nursing, and dental hygiene.