Thursday 12:20 - 1:50pm
Anatomy and Physiology Honors will enable students to develop an understanding of the relationships between the structures and functions of the human body in the context of God’s incredible design. The content includes a study of cells and tissues, homeostasis, human genetics, growth, and development, body composition, structure and function, internal and external changes and responses, connections between anatomy, physiology, medicine, technology, society, and the environment. It also contains extensive Latin medical vocabulary. The course will equip students to research non-pathogenic diseases as well as to use some laboratory technologies. The course text covers both the anatomy and the physiology of the human body’s eleven organ systems in detail, including frank illustrations and descriptions. This an ideal course for juniors or seniors who would like to pursue a STEM related or any health science major in college. Weekly use of Circle’s eLearning Campus (online classroom component) will be required.
Prerequisites: Biology I and Chemistry I.