Human Anatomy and Physiology I (ANP1105)

An introduction to tissue and cell morphology, biochemistry of the cell and physiological concepts including diffusion, osmosis and membrane transport mechanisms. Anatomy and physiology of cardiovascular, blood, lymphatic and respiratory systems. Introduction to the control mechanisms: concepts of homeostasis, nervous and endocrine systems.

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Midterms: 2
Assignments: 5
Taught by: Carnegie Added on: Nov 26, 2016
Snooze Fest Don't Miss a Class Study Study Study

If you have the option to not take this course, don't take it. Carnegie takes 20 years to explain things, her slides are really scattered and don't make sense when you reread them, and she doesn't repeat a single thing she says (and doesn't film her lectures so there's no way to get missed information). The midterms are tricky because they're extremely detailed. Classes overall are boring.

I WOULD NOT recommend this course to others.

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Taught by: William Staines Added on: Sep 25, 2016
Pls Send Help Study Study Study Prepare to Read

Essentially just reads the slideshows and uses weird metaphors to explain everything. Extremely boring class and I can not tell you a single thing I learned in it. Midterms and exam were tough. Very information heavy and you need to memorize a tonne of information that you most likely will never use. Slides are disorganized and not super helpful. Very textbook dependent.

I WOULD NOT recommend this course to others.

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