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Homeschool Anatomy Class in Troy
This course is intended as an introduction to medical terminology and an overview of basic human anatomy design and function. It is geared to toward the high school student in structure and depth of content. Systems covered will include: musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, lymphatic, nervous, endocrine, immune, digestive, uritogenital, and integumentary, as well as special senses. Grading will be based on weekly quizzes and one exam. Students will also be required to prepare a presentation on a pathology of their choosing. Finally, students will be given the opportunity to observe a dissection of a fetal pig to view similar organ, tissue, muscle, and bone structure.
Instructor holds a bachelor’s degree in health science with a minor in exercise science from Oakland University, 2010. Instructor is currently in the third year of the doctorate of physical therapy program at Oakland University, degree expected December 2013. Class is open to 7th to 12th graders.
This is a 13 week class and costs only $45. For more information, please visit the H.O.M.E. Group website.