Human Anatomy

A traditional approach to the study of normal human anatomy, rooted in the conventional science of anatomy, studying the structure and subsequent function of the major body systems: skeletal; muscular; nervous; endocrine; immune; digestive; blood; cardiovascular; respiratory; urinary; and reproductive systems. Some practical understanding of these major systems is given from a naturopathic physician/acupuncturist's perspective. One class briefly introduces energetic systems of anatomy (e.g. meridians, chakras). Special fee to cover two optional visits to a cadaver lab. Fee will be refunded if student chooses not to participate or visit does not occur.
Course Number: PSYB332
Units: 3.0