Typical courses relevant to the teaching of human anatomy and physiology*
*Note: This list should not be considered comprehensive. It is meant simply to provide an indication of the diversity of topics directly relevant to human anatomy and physiology.
Biological (physical) anthropology
Comparative vertebrate anatomy
Embryology, developmental biology
Histology (microscopic anatomy)
Human gross anatomy
Neuroanatomy or neuroscience
Veterinary anatomy (animal sciences)
Animal or vertebrate physiology
Neurophysiology, neuroscience, neurobiology
Systems physiology (e.g. cardiovascular physiology, endocrinology, immunology, respiratory physiology, renal physiology, gastrointestinal physiology, etc.)
Veterinary physiology (animal sciences)
Ancillary courses of value**
Graduate course in pedagogy
**A maximum of 6 credits from this category may be counted toward the 18-credit requirement.