The total amount of classroom hours are: Year One (26 Hours), Year Two (25 Hours) and Total Program Hours (51 Hours). This foundational course studies the basic structure and function of the physical body systems. Responsible, professional bioenergy science practitioners desire education in basic human anatomy and physiology. In this course, students learn anatomy of the human body and normal physiology, normal components of each body system and their relationship to one another.
Lectures take place Saturday mornings from 8 A.M until noon five times yearly.
Webinar lectures begin in August of year one and continue every other month over the course of the two-year study.
There is no lab requirement for this course. Some hands-on organ dissection is provided to augment the lectures.
Examples of Course Objectives
1. Demonstrate the ability to synthesize, analyze, and integrate information regarding the human body.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of physiological processes occurring in the body and their relationship to homeostasis.