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Structure, relationships among structures, and histology of the human body. A rigorous course in human anatomy designed especially for science/medical majors (pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-nursing, occupational and physical therapy, laboratory technician, medical technician, physical education, zoology, biology, and other science-oriented majors). Cadavers utilized in the laboratory. Non-majors see Bio.Sci. 55, 56, and 56L. Students enrolling in Bio.Sci. 5 after having taken Bio.Sci. 7A will lose credit for Bio.Sci. 7A. (CAN BIOL 10)(With Bio.Sci. 6, CAN BIOL SEQ B)
Units: 4; Advisory: Completion of Bio.Sci. 55, 56, H.Sci. 3, previous science course, or experience in health care field; Prerequisite: Completion of English 50 or equivalent
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The Human Anatomy classes at Sierra College have a long tradition of providing excellent learning services to our students. We make a sincere effort to provide an open and supportive educational environment, which encourages and allows students to be successful in obtaining their educational goals.
We offer students a rich variety of related curricula to meet various occupational and educational needs including: Bio. Sci. 5 - Human Anatomy, Bio. Sci. 7A & 7B - Principles of Human Anatomy, Bio. Sci. 56 & 56L - Biology: A Human Perspective, Bio. Sci. 55 - General Human Anatomy and Physiology, Bio. Sci. 28 - Independent Study. Bio. Sci. 7A & 7B provides the identical course content as the challenging, one semester, Human Anatomy (B.S. 5) course, but spreads it over a two semester time frame. Accompanying the Human Anatomy course is our separate yet companion course, Bio. Sci. 6 - Human Physiology. Together they work to fill a variety of Health Science and related requirements. For more information about the all the courses offered by the department see our expanded Course Descriptions and Information page.