Biology II: Human Anatomy & Physiology
Human Anatomy & Physiology is an advanced biology course that focuses the human body in detail. In this course, students will study the anatomy and the physiology of the human body’s eleven organ systems, covering the material typically taught in a college freshman biology course. The course lab component includes a detailed cat dissection and dissection of specific mammalian organs and how their structures relate to the human body and microscopic comparative tissue studies. The material covered in of General Biology and Human Anatomy & Physiology correspond to a high school AP biology course.
Pre-requisite: General Biology & Chemistry
Tuition: $90/mo OR $392/sem OR $775/yr
Lab Fee: $150 due Sept 1
Text & supporting book provided by the student:
Advanced Biology: The Human Body, 2nd , Apologia Educational Ministries, 2013.
(Teacher key may be helpful, but not required.)
The Anatomy Coloring Book,3rd ed., Wynn Kapit and Lawerence M. Elson, Benjamin Cummings, 2002.