Anatomy and Physiology is designed to provide participants with the prerequisite knowledge required for entry to a number of Flinders University courses, including the Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) degree.
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Mode of delivery
(Est time commitment 96 hours)
Pathways into Flinders University Awards: Successful completion of this course can be used to demonstrate the prerequisite knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology required for entry into the Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) degree.
The topic covers the human organ systems in detail (in particular, the integumentary, musculoskeletal, endocrine, nervous, cardiovascular, renal, gastro-intestinal, and respiratory). In addition, some chemical and physical science principles applied to the body are introduced where appropriate. This topic will provide the student with a strong general background knowledge of both anatomy and physiology.
Over the course of study, participants will be asked to complete 12 modules. At the end of each module participants will be required to complete a short quiz to assess their knowledge of the module. A grade of 80% or higher in the quiz will provide access to the next module. Participants are provided with electronic copies of the course study guide and readings. Access to a computer and the internet is required.
On successful completion of the course, students will receive a Certificate of Achievement including a list of topics covered in the course. While this certificate is not a formal qualification or credit, it can be used to demonstrate interest in learning about this area to potential employers or educational institutions.
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