rio salado college in az.... bio 201 - a&p i with lab and bio 202 - a&p ii with lab
you do have to be motivated to make yourself learn it...because you don't have the "direction" of an instructor telling you what to do.. but.. you do have a detailed syllabus telling you what will be tested.
i took a&p i & ii in a classroom setting already, and am taking it now through rio salado, to get a "current" credit (my nursing school
requires sciences to be within 5 years) i am covering what i learned in the classroom setting at a 4 year college...and then some.
when you're not exactly sure what you "need to know" you tend to learn just a little bit more.
the a&p courses start about every 2 months.....
the cost is $125 per credit for out of state students.
the other option is university of kansas.. google for "edukan".... it was a little cheaper.. but followed the "semester" timeline
it would have only cost me $300 per course to take it through my local technical college.. but.. honestly.. after seeing the syllabus from my tech college.... i am covering more information with the rio salado class. the 2 tech college courses are each "squished" into 8 week segments... and many topics are only "highlighted...not much depth, imho.
hope this helps someone.....