NAT 211

Anatomy & Physiology II Online


NAT 211 is the second of three Level Two anatomy & physiology programs at ACHS. The focus of the anatomy & physiology courses is holistic anatomy & physiology. Holistic health is based on restoring the normal structure and function of the human body for optimal wellness. In order to understand how to restore balance to the body systems, students must first understand the normal structure and function of those systems.

Learning Outcomes

  • Discuss and describe the body’s structure and function in a healthy state.

  • Identify the components, using medical terminology, of the following body systems: senses, endocrine, cardiovascular, circulatory, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, and urinary.

  • Recall and describe holistic protocols for the optimal wellness of the systems studied, using the examples studied in the clinical correlates for each system.

  • Recall and describe complementary protocols for the clinical correlates studied in each section.

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Required Course Pack:

  • NAT 211 Practical Lab Kit:
    • This practical lab kit contains the following raw, certified organic or sustainably wildcrafted herbs/oils and practical lab supplies:
      • 1 ml Lavender Sample Lavandula angustifolia
      • 1 oz Cleavers Galium aparine
      • 1 oz Lemon Balm Leaf Melisaa officinalis
      • 1 oz Yarrow Leaf and Flower Achillea millefolium
      • Press-N-Bew Tea Bags (Qty 50)
  • ACHS eTextbook: Petersen, D. (2020). NAT 211: Anatomy & Physiology II (19th Edition). Portland, OR: American College of Healthcare Sciences. (Optional: Printed copy available for an additional fee)
  • Online Materials and Library Resources (OMLR)

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Last updated 11/11/22

NAT 210 or taken concurrently with NAT 210

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Admissions Requirements:

Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalency and recommendation for admission by the ACHS Admissions Committee.

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