BIO 106 - Human Anatomy
Biology 106 is a survey course covering basic human anatomy. The course will cover the structure and function of major organ systems with an emphasis on the skeletal and muscular systems. This course is intended for pre-health students interested in perusing nursing, physical therapy and physician’ assistant programs and students interested in connections. This course is connected to ART 340 and THEA 140 and each student is required to do a connected project. This course is three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory exercises per week. Biology 106 counts as a related course for Biology majors.
Permission of Instructor. Registration for the pre-application section of this course is required. Eligibility to enroll in this course will be determined at the first day of class.
A lab section must be selected with lecture.
Preference will be given to students pursuing nursing, physical therapy or physician’s assistant programs.
Students interested in connecting ARTS 340 or THEA 140 may request to enroll.