IASP Program Course: Anatomy & Physiology

(40 contact hours)

This course is intended to be a comprehensive introduction to the structure and function of the human body, that supports students entering biological, health, or medically-related fields, and is a requirement for the Advanced Gross Human Anatomy program offered in Honolulu, Hawaii.  At the Institute of Energy Wellness Studies, this course is a prerequisite or initial course for all four of the diploma programs offered at the institute.  The course hours for Basic Anatomy are included as part of the total program hours required to receive your diploma from the institute.



Text - Principles of Anatomy and Physiology,
by Tortora and Grabowski (11th Edition)

Suplement - Learning Guide for Tortora and Grabowski: Principles of Anatomy and Physiology,
by Prezbindowski and Tortora (11th Edition)



It's expected that students who pass this course will have acquired the knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology necessary to pass the pertinent sections of their respective certification and registration exams.  For students in other areas, it's expected that the information acquired in the course will allow them to pursue more advanced studies in human anatomy and/or physiology.  This is a unique class that contains the same depth of information that is presented at the first year university level.

Specific knowledge will be assimilated in the areas of: chemistry, cells, tissue histology, integument (skin), skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, and sensory systems.

The intent is to learn all the information in the text on the mentioned areas, since this text is a standard for universities and colleges across the United States.  The most important and complex information and concepts will be the focus of the lectures.  Students will also be responsible for all assigned information in the text.

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