Accreditation Statement: Appendix 1

Typical courses relevant to the teaching of human anatomy and physiology

(Revised 2020)

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.

Anatomy-related:

Biological (physical) anthropology

Biomechanics

Comparative vertebrate anatomy

Cytology

Embryology, developmental biology

Evolutionary biology

Functional anatomy

Histology (microscopic anatomy)

Human anatomy

Human gross anatomy

Kinesiology

Neuroanatomy or neuroscience

Organology

Osteology

Paleopathology

Pathology

Primate evolution

Radiology

Surgical anatomy

Vertebrate anatomy

Veterinary anatomy (animal sciences)

 

Physiology-related:

Animal or vertebrate physiology

Biophysics

Cell physiology

Comparative physiology

Exercise physiology

General physiology

Human physiology

Mammalian physiology

Medical physiology

Neurophysiology, neuroscience, neurobiology

Pathophysiology

Pharmacophysiology

Systems physiology (e.g. cardiovascular physiology, endocrinology, immunology, respiratory physiology, renal physiology, gastrointestinal physiology, etc.)

Vertebrate physiology

Veterinary physiology (animal sciences)

 

Typical ancillary courses of value

Biochemistry

Biomedical engineering

Cell biology

Epidemiology

Genetics

Graduate course in pedagogy

Medical anthropology

Microbiology  

Molecular biology

Nutrition

Pharmacology

Public health

Statistics/biostatistics

Accreditation documents to download

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Accreditation Position Statment PDF (185.77 KB) Administration 2/24/2020
Appendix 1 - Coursework PDF (57.17 KB) Administration 2/24/2020
Appendix 2 - Sample Crosswalk PDF (86.59 KB) Administration 2/24/2020
Appendix 3 - Minimum Requirements PDF (106.53 KB) Administration 2/24/2020
SACS 2018 Faculty qualifications PDF (77.46 KB) Administration 2/24/2020
SACS 2018 Faculty Roster Form DOCX (18.04 KB) Administration 2/24/2020
SACS 2018 General Instructions for Faculty Roster PDF (74.68 KB) Administration 2/24/2020