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    Jan 17, 2017
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    If a student has a major dealing with medicine / human biology , I will hundred percent recommend this course because this is only the beginning of knowing how our human body works in general. With out knowing the basics of how our immune system or muscular system works, no doctor will not have an idea on the probabilities of certain common and uncommon diseases coming onto us as a public. Not knowing anatomy will make lives harder in general harder for asking others for help when that person can help themself. Knowledge is power

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    I gained the access of understanding how our bodies are so smart with biotechnology. Our biology is so overwhelmed with several different systems controlling on specific functions on keep our bodies working every day and night. Starting with our brain function to our heart , to our lungs , bones and etc

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    12+ hours

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    Read alot and it is best to be ahead of the class to know what your going to cover of the human anatomy

    • Winter 2017
    • Breidenthal
    • Yes
    • Background Knowledge Expected Always Do the Reading Participation Counts
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    Jan 12, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This course is extremely challenging, yet rewarding. Dr. Dell is a genius and will work with you to make this class as enjoyable as possible. If you have any interest in the health care, this class will absolutely intrigue you and is essential in beginning your path. Taking this class was the best thing I could have done for myself and one day, when I am a Nurse Practitioner, I will look back and know that taking Anatomy 1 was the foundation and reason for my success.

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    I gained a thorough knowledge of how the different systems of the body work together, yet separately to make us function. It was fascinating, to learn how we are all made up of the same material, and operate like a machine. We learned how life begins at a cellular level, and then develops in the embryo, to the fetus, all the way to birth. When one part of our body fails or malfunctions, it affects everything else. You learn to value your health and realize our capacity to heal, as well as deteriorate. You will learn every bone and muscle in the body, and essentially learn a new language. Speaking in anatomical terms takes some getting used to, but its very rewarding once you grasp it. You will dissect a cat and see that animals have a very similar composition to us. You will also see a pre dissected human cadaver and will be expected to identify different organs, bones and body parts. This class is not easy, nor for the faint hearted. This class is truly for those who want to pursue a career in health care.

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    12+ hours

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    You need to be ready to read and study for at least an hour or two a day. Read your text book, and do not just rely on notes or study guides. I had the highest average in the class and was exempt from taking my final exam. You must memorize a lot of material, and really understand the functionality of the body. There is not short cut or tricks in this class. What you give is what you will get. READ!!!

    • Spring 2014
    • Maria Dell
    • Yes
    • Always Do the Reading Many Small Assignments Participation Counts

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