Anatomy and Physiology II OpenCourseWare: WGU's Free Undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology Course
Improve your understanding of human anatomy with this online OpenCourseWare from Western Governors University (WGU). 'Anatomy and Physiology Part II' provides students with free material for studying the structure and systems of the human body. The original course was a requirement in many of WGU's undergraduate and graduate Teaching and Health Profession degree programs.
Anatomy and Physiology Part II: Course Specifics
Anatomy and Physiology Part II: Course Description
Real examples of bone and tissue structure are an important element in the study of human anatomy. For students without access to such materials, or for those looking to supplement their existing educations, Western Governors University offers relevant lab content viewable free online. The modules in this OpenCourseWare include links to LabPaq web pages that feature lab slides and diagrams covering the major elements of anatomy and physiology, from muscular and skeletal structure to the endocrine, respiratory and digestive systems. The slides feature markers and captions that label and describe important points. These resources are accompanied by quiz questions to test your knowledge and links to other sources of information for further study. WGU students earning their Bachelor of Arts in Science, Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics and Bachelor of Science in Nursing among other degree programs are required to take this course.
This OpenCourseWare offers 7 seven self-study modules, which include links to related course material. The links include lab slides, diagrams and lab report questions.
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