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    Dec 10, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    Professor Saito does a wonderful job teaching us that Anatomy is the language of the body it is not something that is a pass or fail subject nor is it something that needs to be memorized. We need to become familiar with the language and terminology as well as the systems and the way they work and interact. This was the main focus of her teaching and has benefited me greatly as I embark on this career change.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of this particular course for being able to work with it that average as well as the models and being also able to work with real human organs. It is my understanding that not all programs at colleges have this opportunity. You would have to go elsewhere to gain that extra experience. I learned much about the makeup of the human body and more importantly Health organs and systems interact and work with each other.

    Hours per week:

    9-11 hours

    Advice for students:

    Spend the time studying. Take advantage of all the opportunities presented to you. Learn the language of anatomy and the way systems work, and do not be content with just memorizing. If you seem to be weak in an area take the time to learn it. We are dealing with the Health and Welfare of individuals and it is important that we understand what we're doing and what we're talking about.

    • Fall 2016
    • PATTY SATIO
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    Sep 13, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This class was absolutely incredible. Every day we go through our daily routines, not once minding the thousands of things our bodies are doing in a mere second to make our lives possible. This class is so eye-opening as you learn about how interconnected our systems are. Not only is the lecture fascinating and packed full of amazing and even applicable information that you will be able to appreciate literally every day, but the lab portion is where those of us who are hands-on learners can really thrive with the cadaver program available at the school. This was a very rigorous class, but the accomplishment you feel after sticking through a semester as you watch your class size dwindle is unexplainable. Regardless of your major, I recommend this course 100%. I know many nursing students, for instance, must take this class, but I feel that every student and person should have an understanding of how the human body works and how we can best utilize it and keep it healthy.

    Course highlights:

    I learned an immense amount of information, from how the lymphatic system fights off infections to how exactly blood travels through different capillaries and portal veins to how the cranial nerves and brain structures affect every single process that our body and mind is capable of, and that's just an ounce of the lecture portion. In lab, we learned every tubercle, tuberosity, cranial nerve, muscle (origin, insertion and function), vein, ligament, organ, and then some.

    Hours per week:

    12+ hours

    Advice for students:

    Study, study, study. I know that every single class and professor will tell you to do this, but this is not a class that leaves any wiggle room for slacking. There is a quiz every single beginning of lecture and lab sections. I recommend getting involved in a study group that will go to open labs to study with you and quiz you on the information. Also, tend to every study question on the note outlines because they will likely show up on RIF's (the lecture quiz packet) and you will love being able to easily recall the information since you only have a few minutes to jot down the answers. If you don't know the answer even on your note packets, take it to office hours. The professor is more than happen to share the knowledge with you, and explain in a way that is going to make sense to you, personally. They want you to actually understand each piece of knowledge because it is all important to each system. Finally, do NOT procrastinate because you will never catch up. If you do the work day by day, put in the study time, and truly put forth your best effort, you will 100% succeed in this class, you just have to care about it and have fun learning about the many wonders of the human body.

    • Spring 2015
    • Heather Rose
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