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305 - Introduction to Anatomy / Physiology

Introduction to Anatomy / Physiology

Individual Course


PCTIA Accredited

Introduction to Anatomy / Physiology Course:

The first step in learning how to care for the human body is to understand the basics of Anatomy (structure) and Physiology (function) of the bodies systems. This introduction to anatomy / physiology course helps you put names to the parts and systems, and gives you basic understanding of how they work together, to affect the whole person.


Entry Criteria / Requirement
Need Grade twelve or be a mature student (19 and have been out of school at least one year)
Graduation Requirements
Homework, Written Exams
Available In Class?
NO
Available by Correspondence?
YES
Distance Education/Correspondence Course Duration: 5 months - Register
Tuition Fees and Associated Costs
Course: $500.00 CDN.
Registration Fee: $25.00 + tax
Manuals: $50.00

 By Correspondence Enrolment
Step 1. Select the 'Register' Button on the right towards the top of this page or on any page that has your course(s) of interest. (Remember to select your additional books and supplies, listed above to the right of the page for your convenience).
Step 2. Continue to follow the online instructions and use our 128 bit secure online purchasing system to complete your registration online.
Step 3. Once we have reviewed the details of your registration(s), we will contact you and send out your course materials promptly.

* Assistance, if you require assistance by phone, then please contact us. College Contact Details: Contact Page

Canadian Institute of Natural Health and Healing College is proud to present this Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology school course. This Anatomy and Physiology course is for the student who wants to work in a day spa, cruise ship or beauty salon.

For in class students; this is an accelerated Anatomy and Physiology course. You can e-mail us to see if we have room for part time studies or you can take this program by correspondence and complete it in five months.

Topics covered in this course include:
• History of Anatomical and Physiological study
• Skeletal System
• Muscular System
• Nervous System
• Cardio-vascular system
• Digestive system
• Endocrine System
• Lymphatic System
• Immune System
• Reproductive System
• Genital-Urinary System
• Respiratory System
• Skin and Special Senses
• Parasites

Accepted by the IIPA Iridology Association for credit. www.iridologyassn.org

If needing this course for a Public University or College transfer, most public schools call for more than this introductory course.