• Anatomy and Physiology
     
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    HCA Anatomy and Physiology I

    Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Health Care Academy, Regents credit for Living Environment and course credit for HCA Introduction to Health Careers

    This course will introduce students to the basic principles related to the structure and function of the human body. Anatomical terminology, cell structure, basic biochemistry and all levels of structural organization of the integumentary, skeletal and muscular system will be emphasized. Common pathology of each system will also be discussed. Medical terminology and ethical issues relating to each studied system will be covered within each unit of study. This course meets for a single class period each day. Final assessment is created by the instructor. Life Science credit.

     

     

     
     
    HCA Anatomy and Physiology II

     

    Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Health Care Academy, Regents credit for Living Environment, course credit for HCA Introduction to Health Careers and course credit for HCA Anatomy and Physiology II.

     This course is a continuation of HCA Anatomy and Physiology I. All levels of structural organization of the Nervous, Endocrine, Cardiovascular, Digestive, Immune and Reproductive systems will be emphasized. Common pathology of each system will also be discussed. Medical terminology and ethical issues relating to each studied system will be covered within each unit of study. This course has five class periods and two double lab periods every six days. The final assessment for this course includes material covered in HCA Anatomy and Physiology I and is created by the instructor. Life Science credit.

     
Last Modified on February 5, 2017