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Introduction to Anatomy

Anatomic functions and systems

overview

Human Anatomy is not only the study of the bones, joints, muscles, and systems of the human body, but it is the doorway to the fascinating world of knowledge which provides the proper understanding of the human body functions and how it keeps us alive. During this course, we will travel through the Human Body from a practical and fun perspective to learn the main components and systems that make the human life experience possible.

Code

HHD 1150

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

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