ANAT 1113 Introduction to Human Anatomy 3-0-3

A three-hour lecture course designed to introduce future Nursing students to the basics of Human Anatomy.   The course is designed for students co-enrolled in Practical Nursing Programs at local technology centers with who Seminole State College has Cooperative Alliance Agreements.  Available at GCTC and WWTC – Accepted at SSC with completion of Career Tech Program

 

ANAT 2110 Human Anatomy Lab

Required with ANAT 2114

 

ANAT 2114 Human Anatomy 3-3-4

Human Anatomy is a study of the structure of the human body.  The course surveys the gross and microscopic anatomy of the human body, emphasizing the structure and interdependence of human organ systems with minor emphasis on human embryology, histology, mammal and organ dissection.  Prerequisites: One Life Science course (BIOL 1214, BOT 1114, or ZOO 1114) High school chemistry or CHEM 1315 is strongly recommended.  OSRHE Matrix: BI 406

 

ANAT 2235 Human Anatomy and Physiology 4-4-5

Human Anatomy and Physiology is a study of the structure and function of the human body.  The anatomy and physiology of the integumental, skeletal, muscular, nervous, sensory, circulatory, excretory, digestive, endocrine and reproductive systems are studied.  Prerequisite:  One Life Science course (BIOL 1214, BOT 1114, or ZOO 1114) High school chemistry or CHEM 1315 strongly recommended.  OSRHE Matrix: BI 425

 

ANAT 2311 Lab Techniques in Anatomy 0-3-1

The student will serve as a laboratory assistant for a minimum of 3 hours per week for one semester gaining practical knowledge and experience in anatomy laboratory techniques, lab preparation, and lab implementation, while assisting anatomy students in a laboratory setting. A knowledge of anatomy as well as dissection skills are required. Prerequisite: The student must have earned a “B” or better in the course or an equivalent course in which the student will serve as lab assistant and permission from the instructor.

 

 

01/28/2014