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This graduate level anatomy and physiology course provides a comprehensive survey of the structure and function of the human organ systems with an emphasis on the body as a dynamic community of interdependent parts, rather than as a number of isolated structural units. Graduates will be expected to demonstrate a strong theoretical understanding of anatomy and its relationship to the function of physiology and the principal of complementarity of structure and function. They will also be expected to be able to evaluate, compare, and contrast specific pathological conditions to show clinical connections to each body system along with system interrelationships. Students will review and critically evaluate primary research on various CAM protocols for these pathological conditions and construct appropriate case studies using validated protocols.
Evaluate the role of the integumentary and skeletal systems in maintaining homeostasis in the human body.
Summarize the concept of homeostasis and its role in health.
Interpret the structure and function of eurkorytic and procaryotic cells.
Evaluate the role of the muscular and endocrine systems in maintaining homeostasis in the human body.
Explain the structure and functional organization of the human body system and their interrelationships.
Evaluate the role of the nervous system in maintaining homeostasis in the human body.
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Last updated 12/7/22
Candidates must possess a baccalaureate degree or higher from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Education. Candidates must submit official transcripts directly from the issuing institution along with one professional letter of recommendation. All applicants must be recommended for admission by the ACHS Admissions Committee.