BI 273 Human Anatomy: 4.5 semester hours
This is a lecture and laboratory course designed to provide a detailed understanding of the normal structure and development of the human body. A functional anatomical and regional approach is taken in both lecture and laboratory sections. Dissection and examination of preserved human cadavers is a required part of the laboratory portion of the class. Students will be tested over anatomical function and relationships as well as structure identification in a laboratory setting. Three one-hour lectures and one three-hour lab per week. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in BI 125 for Biology majors, and a D- or better for other majors. (Offered spring semester).