This is the first of a two-semester course involving the structural and functional relationships of the human body. The course will provide anatomic and physiologic terminologies and the principles of the relationships between body form and function. Emphasis will be placed on systems integration, leading to an understanding of the human organism. The first semester of the course lays a foundation with basic biochemistry, cell biology, and histology. It then begins covering the major systems with the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. The remaining organ systems are covered in Human Anatomy and Physiology II. There are three (3), 50-minute lectures per week.