Anatomy & Physiology I

Program Description

Anatomy & Physiology I

Instructor: K. Keesecker, B.S., CMA, FEMA CERC

Whether you’re already in an allied health occupation or thinking of furthering your education in the future, Anatomy and Physiology-I will become the infrastructure in which you develop an understanding of the human body. The course will focus on building this understanding one human body system at a time. We will begin with basic organization of the human body, the chemistry of life and tissue types then move on to comprehensive lessons covering things such as the musculoskeletal, nervous, integumentary and endocrine systems.

While there is no prerequisite required for this class, Medical Terminology Basics is recommended. In order to form a more comprehensive understanding regarding anatomy and physiology (the body’s structures and functions), completion of Human Anatomy & Physiology II is recommended following this course.

Before the first class, purchase required textbook.

8 Saturdays         Feb. 22 – Apr. 18         Noon – 3:00 p.m.

CRN 10884          Bldg. 3 – Rm. 205        Tuition Fee $295

(No class on Apr. 11)

Textbook Purchasing Procedure

  • View list of PaCE textbooks.
  • Click on campus location (Hawk’s Hub (QC)).
  • Click on (Order Textbooks) in the Textbooks box.
  • Select Term (Spring 20), Select Department (Adult Ed)
  • Click on your course name under Select Course and click (Add Selection).
  • Click on (Get Course Materials) to see your book title.
  • Payment options – debit, credit, or pay at pickup.
  • Delivery options – ship to home, pick up at East Campus or pick up at Quad-Cities Campus.