BIO-120/BIO-220, BIO-120 & 220 Anatomy & Physiology I & II

An in-depth understanding of human anatomy and the associated physiology of the 11 body systems is essential to the practice of esthetics. Topics are discussed in a general scientific approach and geared toward the understanding of systems in relation to maintaining homeostasis in the body as a whole. This is linked to the practice of esthetics, and how manipulation through skin care can affect the functioning of various systems. Lab time will be incorporated into the lecture courses as needed. Labs include various types of models to enhance the students’ understanding and visual imagery of the systems, their locations, and the interaction between them.

60/40 Clock Hours / 6/4 Qtr. Credit Hours.

Prerequisite: None