PHYL 142: Human Anatomy and Physiology II

Credits 3 Class Hours3 lecture

This course is the second half of a comprehensive introduction to the structure and function of the human body (endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems), and use of anatomy and physiology terminology and concepts. This course will also develop thinking, reading and writing skills, and problem-solving abilities for students entering health or medically-related fields.


Computer/internet access required.


"C" or higher in PHYL 141 and PHYL 141L.

Corequisite Courses
Semester Offered Fall, Spring
Diversification: Biological Sciences — DB
Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs)
  1. Describe the functional relationship between the systems covered.
  2. Discuss homeostatic relationships, both negative and positive feedback processes associated with the systems covered.
  3. Identify the required anatomical structures and use the correct terminology to describe and discuss them.
  4. Discuss the maturation and aging processes involving systems covered.
  5. Demonstrate critical thinking by applying A & P terms, concepts, knowledge and synthesizing information in various situations.
  6. Explain/discuss the gross and cellular physiology of the systems covered.