May 17, 2022  
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HSC 128 - Anatomy & Phys for Allied

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health will provide a base knowledge of the organization, structure, terminology and pathology of the human body. Body systems and their functions will be covered, in detail, allowing the student to understand how the human body works as a whole.
Prerequisite OR Corequisite: HSC 114  
Competencies
  1. Examine the structures and functions of cells
    1. Define cellular metabolism
    2. Discuss cellular reproduction
  2. Differentiate the structure and functions of tissues
    1. Identify types of tissues
    2. Relate the structure of each tissue type to function
  3. Evaluate the structural organization and the functional relations of the human body
    1. Identify body systems
    2. List the major organs in each body system
    3. Identify the anatomical location of organs within each body system
    4. Explain the normal function of each body system
  4. Interpret homeostasis
    1. Explain the integration of body systems in maintaining homeostasis
    2. Summarize the importance of homeostasis on health
  5. Illustrate anatomical terms
    1. Identify body planes
    2. Discuss directional terms
    3. Label body quadrants and cavities
  6. Interpret dietary nutrients for the human body
    1. Define carbohydrates
    2. Discuss fats
    3. Explain proteins
    4. Review minerals, electrolytes, vitamins, fiber, and water



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