Human Anatomy & Physiology I is designed primarily for the students in nursing and health related professionals. A systematic approach to the integrated study of human anatomy and physiology. The first term covers organization of the human body, cells and tissue, skeletal system, nervous system and endocrine system. Four lectures and one three-hour laboratory each week. Prerequisites: None.
General Objectives of the course
- Provide the student of broad knowledge of the normal structures and functions of the human body as a basis for care of self/ family/ community later on.
- To illustrate the wisdom of God with regards to the logical placements and functions of the different body systems of the human body.
- Understand that no one can duplicate the beautiful masterpiece that the Creator has made.
- Teacher: Anthony Otengo