BIOL201N: Anatomy & Physiology I

Class Program
Class Hours 3 Lab Hours 3 Credits 4

This course focuses on the chemical and molecular organization of the human body and the complementarity of structure and physiological functions. Topics from chemistry of life to organ systems including integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous are included with emphasis on physiology. Hands-on classroom and laboratory experiences augment lecture topics and including cytology, histology, physiological experimentation, study of human anatomical models, and dissection of appropriate specimens.


Placement into college-level English, math and science; 'C' or better in: high school biology or BIOL105N; and high school chemistry or CHEM110N within last five years, or with permission from the Program Coordinator.


Proof of successful completion with a C+ or higher and taken within five years of the first nursing course. Anatomy and Physiology I and Intro to Psychology, must be submitted by the nursing application deadline date.