Human Anatomy & Physiology II Online Course
A survey of the anatomy and physiology of the major human organ systems and the foundational concepts required to understand them.
Completed as part of a set with BIMD 220: Human Anatomy & Physiology I. Courses may be taken in any order, but you may only take one at a time. This course is accompanied by BIMD 220L and BIMD 221L: Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab I and II.
- Pre or Corequisite:
- Either BIOL 150 and BIOL 150L, or CHEM 116 and CHEM 116L, or CHEM 121 and CHEM 121L
- Online - Self-Paced Enroll Anytime
- EST. time to complete:
- 3 to 9 Months
- $370.08 per credit
About the Human Anatomy & Physiology Online Courses
BIMD 220 (3 credits) and BIMD 221 (3 credits) together are a complete survey of the anatomy and physiology of the major human organ systems and the foundational concepts required to understand them. Each concept is presented through the lens of a diverse human population and each are validated as essential studies special emphasis courses about "The Diversity of Human Experience".
These courses use a badge progression model, which is a method of gamification for learning. Content of these courses is divided into easily identifiable units called badges. By completing BIMD 220 and 221 students work their way through 14 content badges that represent all the major body systems. Students will always complete the Course/Set 1 topics first, regardless of which course they register for.
Course/Set 1 Topics
Course/Set 2 Topics
Students will be awarded badges by UND’s Teaching Transformation and Development Academy (TTaDA) via an email sent to their official UND email account. They will be asked to accept this badge, which will give them a permanent Acclaim account where they have URL they can include in their CVs/Resumes or share their badges to various social media outlets.
What can I expect in each lesson?
Students have 3 to 9 months to complete this course from the time of enrollment. You may work at your own pace and complete lessons on your own schedule, submitting up to three items per week for grading. Each content badge will consist of the following elements located in TopHat and Blackboard:
- Things to Know – This page in TopHat is not worth points, but lists the learning objectives and anatomical terms students should know for the badge. The assignments to be completed and their point total is also listed, as well as the possible essay questions students can expect to see on the badge test.
- Textbook Assignments – This course uses and active virtual textbook. Textbook assignments are the only textbook required for students, which consists of readings, images, and videos interspersed with practice questions. These questions will always only be worth participation points.
- Lecture Series – These assignments consist of short lectures recorded by Dr. Haage broken down by objective, followed by practice questions.
- Picture Essays – These assignments require students to draw and label various anatomical structures by hand and upload a .jpg .png or .pdf file.
- Case Studies – These assignments focus on application of A&P content to various illnesses. They consist of readings, images, and videos interspersed with practice questions.
- Scientist Profiles – These assignments spotlight one or a few relevant scientists, including aspects of their identities and the science they have contributed. They have readings, images, and videos interspersed with practice questions.
- Culture & Med Assignments – These assignments focus on application of A&P content to various diversity contexts including conversations about race, gender, and disability. They have readings, images, and videos interspersed with practice questions.
- Badge Reflections – Students should complete these brief reflections in the Blackboard after they have completed all the assignments in TopHat, but before completing the badge test.
- Tests – After completing everything else for each badge students should take the tests in Blackboard. Tests consist of 29 multiple choice or similar style questions are 1 essay question. Exams are proctored using YuJa with Respondus LockDown Browser.
Required Textbook and Materials
These courses use TopHat and Blackboard. TopHat works through a student-paid subscription service. Students will be required to create an account and purchase a subscription to TopHat. Additional information is in the course syllabus and in Blackboard.
How will the course appear on my transcript?
You may enroll at any time and have 3-9 months to complete this online course. The college credits you earn will be recorded on your transcript in the semester you register.
Why Take Online Classes at UND?
Here are a few reasons why you should take an online enroll anytime course at UND:
- Great customer service – Our registration team is ready to answer questions quickly so you can focus on your coursework.
- Affordable – UND's enroll anytime courses are priced at North Dakota's affordable, in-state tuition rate.
- Accredited – UND is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
- Easily transfer credits – Transferring credits is always at the discretion of the institution to which the credits are being transferred. In general, credits from schools/universities that are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission transfer to other regionally accredited institutions. UND's online courses appear on your UND transcript in the same way as other courses.
Flexible 100% Online Course
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Course information including tuition, technology requirements, textbooks, lessons and exams is subject to change without notice.