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2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Anatomy and Physiology, B.S.

Location(s): Online


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Learn to navigate and understand the human body’s complexities and prepare for a future healthcare career. The Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Physiology explores how the human body works and how our daily lives affect our physiology. Discover how anatomy and physiology affect various ethical, social, and philosophical issues. Furthermore, you will learn how vitalism applies to the human body, its physiology and healing process, and the governance of regulating a homeostatic balance. 

Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Physiology


Students receiving a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Physiology degree must complete a minimum of 180 credit hours of instruction

Core Curriculum Offerings


Area I: Humanities, Health, & Wellness 25 Quarter Credit Hours
Area II: Social Sciences 15 Quarter Credit Hours
Area III:  Science, Mathematics, & Computers    20 Quarter Credit Hours

Total: 60 Quarter Credit Hours


Bachelor of Science Offerings


Area IV: Foundation to Major   30 Quarter Credit Hours
Area V: Major Requirements    60 Quarter Credit Hours
Area VI:  Electives/Minor  30 Quarter Credit Hours

Total: 120 Quarter Credit Hours


Total Bachelor of Science Requirements: 180 Quarter Credit Hours


Areas I, II, III


Core Curriculum Offerings 

Area IV: Foundation to Major


30 Quarter Credit Hours

Grade of “C” or better is required.

Area VI: Electives and Minors*


Choose a Minor of 25 credit hours and 5 elective credit hours OR choose 30 credit hours of elective courses not previously taken, with at least 15 credit hours at 300 level or above.

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