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CIS Anatomy and Physiology (Honors)

Anatomy and Physiology: CIS (Honors)

Course Number(s): S495141, S495143
Length: 2 Semester (4 Credits)
Prerequisits: B or better in Biology and Chemistry
Grade: 11-12

Anatomy and Physiology is an advanced biology course offering students the opportunity to examine in depth the unbelievably fascinating structure and function of human organ systems. Students examine body systems (skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, integumentary, and digestive). Lab work, class discussion, reading, and animal dissection will result in tremendous gains in the understanding of the human body. This course is highly recommended for any student who has a strong interest in science and medicine.

College in the Schools is a program in which a University of Minnesota course is taught in high school. Upon successful completion of this course, students receive four semester credits from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.