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Anatomy I Only Course - Where?

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I need an in-person Anatomy I only course...anywhere in the US. Most colleges offer Anatomy and Physiology I and II. I have taken Physiology, but I need an in-person Anatomy class.

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Everywhere pretty much. Most of these are going to be offered at the community college level. They will be completely in-person or some colleges offer hybrid classes where the lecture is online and you must attend a weekly lab.

I know California Community colleges offer plenty of Human Anatomy courses in person. However, if you are not a CA resident, you'll have to pay non-resident tuition and that can be around $250/unit. Anatomy courses are usually 4 - 5 units so your well looking over $1000. CA residents pay $46/unit.

Unfortunately with the pandemic right now, you might have some issues finding community colleges offering these courses since they don't know what's going to happen in the next few weeks.

If you're in CA, you can check the Peralta Community College District which has 4 different colleges in the Oakland Bay Area. The class is BIOL 2 - Human Anatomy.

For the Los Angeles Community College District which has 10-12 colleges (not all offer the class), the class is Anatomy 1 Introduction to Human Anatomy

Check your local and state community colleges and you should find Human Anatomy classes there. I don't know where you live, but I can't imagine if you're out of state, picking up and moving for 1-4 months to take one class. That would be nuts.

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At least here in the Eastern US, most colleges offer Anatomy and Physiology I and Anatomy and Physiology II instead of Anatomy one semester and Physiology the next. Thank you, I will look in CA. Was hoping to find something a little closer to the East Coast, if possible.

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2 hours ago, Allison Ramsey Demski said:

At least here in the Eastern US, most colleges offer Anatomy and Physiology I and Anatomy and Physiology II instead of Anatomy one semester and Physiology the next. Thank you, I will look in CA. Was hoping to find something a little closer to the East Coast, if possible.

WOW!, that's unusual....but you're right. I just did a quick search on east coast states/cities and they all do seem to combine them both.

Maybe it's a CA thang? 😁

The only thing I quickly pulled up that is almost east-coastish is Columbus State Community College in Columbus OH. BIO2300 - Human Anatomy

Just keep you chin up and keep looking. You might just run into some tiny community college somewhere that offers this! The only bad thing is you would have to rent a room somewhere for some months to take the class if it isn't within commuting distance for you.

Good luck.

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Check community colleges. I know there in one in upstate NY that offers it that way.

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