Biological Sciences 7A and 7B
Principles of Human Anatomy
Announcements - Fall 2010 Semester
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General Class Resources for all Human Anatomy Students:
Sierra College Biological Sciences:
Structure, relationships among structures, and histology of the organ system of the human body. Includes muscle, cardiovascular, lymphatic, endocrine, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. Cadaver prosections are used for instruction. The sequence of BIOL 7A/7B is equivalent to BIOL 5. (CSU, UC-with unit limitation)
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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.