This class was tough.
It's a good course if you're a pre-med student or a biology major. However, it's pretty useless if you aren't and have no interest in that field. It is all memorization.
The course is about microscopic human anatomy; so different types of membrane channels, cell junctions, different types of tissues, organ systems (endocrine, lymphoid, digestive, reproductive, renal, respiratory, circulatory, etc). But everything is at the microscopic level, so heavily memorization based, almost no application-based questions.
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Advice for students:
Keep up with the lectures. Make sure you read and learn from the lecture summaries; they are very comprehensive. There were almost none diagram based questions, which was a surprise since everything on the lecture slides had an accompanying diagram with it (exception is online quizzes, but you get 7 hours to do them, so not a problem). There's 1 midterm, 1 final and 4-5 online quizzes through Connect. Also, DON'T buy the book. Save your money. There's nothing that is on the exam that isn't covered in the lectures. NOTHING.