Anatomy & Physiology I

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Course Number: BIO201
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Anatomy and Physiology I begins with an introduction, followed by a review of related chemistry concepts. Core concepts of cells and tissues are also provided as a base for the rest of the course. Each of six body system units explore the structures that make up the system and the functions of the system overall, as well as functions of the individual organs. Upon completion of the course, the student will demonstrate an understanding of the structure and function of each body system covered and how the systems work together to support human life.

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Course Objectives
After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Describe the structural and functional organization of the body.
  • Explain the characteristics of life.
  • Use anatomical terminology.
  • Describe how the body maintains homeostasis.
  • Relate chemistry to the field of anatomy and physiology.
  • Describe how cells function and divide.
  • Discuss the structures and functions of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems.
  • Describe how muscles, bones, and nerves work together to create movement.
  • Describe the structure and function of sensory organs.
  • Compare healthy and diseased tissues.
  • Name several diseases and disorders of the body and explain what causes them.
  • Explain how diseases and disorders of the body are detected and treated.
  • Describe the interactions between various organ systems in the body.
Topic Topic Title Module
1
Learning Strategies
  • Introduction
  • Learning Strategies
2 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
  • Module 1: Anatomical Toolbox
  • Module 2: Homeostasis
  • Module 3: Introduction to Systems
  • Module 4: Summary: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
3 Basic Chemistry
  • Module 5: Atoms and Chemical Bonding
  • Module 6: Water, Acids, and Bases
  • Module 7: Biological Macromolecules
  • Module 8: Basic Chemistry Summary
4 Cells and Tissues
  • Module 9: The Cell
  • Module 10: Tissues
  • Module 11: Cells and Tissues Summary
5 The Integumentary System
  • Module 12: Introduction to the Integumentary System
  • Module 13: Integumentary System Structures
  • Module 14: Functions of the Integumentary System
  • Module 15: Summary: The Integumentary System
6 The Skeletal System
  • Module 16: Introduction to the Skeletal System/li>
  • Module 17: Skeletal System Structures
  • Module 18: Functions of the Skeletal System
  • Module 19: Summary: The Skeletal System
7 The Muscular System
  • Module 20: Introduction to the Muscular System
  • Module 21: Muscular System Structures
  • Module 22: Functions of the Muscular System
  • Module 23: Summary: The Muscular System
8 The Nervous System
  • Module 24: Introduction to the Nervous System
  • Module 25: Cells of the Nervous System
  • Module 26: The Central Nervous System
  • Module 27: The Peripheral Nervous System
  • Module 28: Summary: The Nervous System
9 The Sensory System
  • Module 29: Introduction to the Sensory System
  • Module 30: Sensory Nerves
  • Module 31: Vision
  • Module 32: Hearing
  • Module 33: Taste and Smell
  • Module 34: Summary: The Sensory System
10 The Endocrine System
  • Module 35: Introduction to the Endocrine System
  • Module 36: Endocrine System Structures
  • Module 37: Functions of the Endocrine System
  • Module 38: Summary: The Endocrine System
Final Exam
  • Study Guide Practice Examination Final Examination

There are no prerequisites to take Anatomy & Physiology I.

This course does not require a text.

StraighterLine provides a percentage score and letter grade for each course. A passing percentage is 70% or higher. If you have chosen a Partner College to award credit for this course, your final grade will be based upon that college's grading scale. Only passing scores will be considered by Partner Colleges for an award of credit.

There is a total of 100% in the course:

Unit Assessment Points Available
  • Topic Test: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
  • Topic Test: Basic Chemistry
  • Topic Test: Cells and Tissues
  • Topic Test: The Integumentary System
  • Topic Test: The Skeletal System
  • Topic Test: The Muscular System
  • Topic Test: The Nervous System
  • Topic Test: The Sensory System
  • Topic Test: The Endocrine System
70% of your course grade
Final Graded Exam 30% of your course grade
Total 100%

Final Proctored Exam

The final exam is developed to assess the knowledge you learned taking this course. All students are required to take an online proctored final exam in order complete the course and be eligible for transfer credit.

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Anatomy and Physiology I begins with an introduction, followed by a review of related chemistry concepts. Core concepts of cells and tissues are also provided as a base for the rest of the course. Each of six body system units explore the structures that make up the system and the functions of the system overall, as well as functions of the individual organs. Upon completion of the course, the student will demonstrate an understanding of the structure and function of each body system covered and how the systems work together to support human life.

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