Human Anatomy and Physiology II (Self-Paced Tutorial)

In this course, you’ll cover some more advanced topics that weren’t covered in Human Anatomy and Physiology I. You’ll start with basic histology—the study of the different tissues in the body. From there, you’ll move on to a discussion of the different senses. You’ll also delve into the important topic of cellular metabolism—the chemical reactions that occur in cells.

Then you’ll turn your focus to the human life span. You’ll also discover ways to slow down the aging process. By the end of this course, you’ll have an even greater appreciation of the complexity and wonder of the human body!

Introduction to Chemistry (Self-Paced Tutorial)

Even if chemistry tormented you in high school or college, you can master its principles! In this course, you’ll gain a solid foundation in the basics of chemistry. Along the way, you’ll learn how everything that goes on in your body depends on a chemical reaction.

You’ll gain interesting insights about your body’s use of food, the role of isotopes in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, nutritional deficiencies, the importance of enzymes, and the function of many specific chemicals in your body. This course also prepares you for a health-related career or for success in a college chemistry course.

Math Refresher (Self-Paced Tutorial)

Math isn’t about plugging numbers into formulas. It’s about knowing enough to make the numbers and formulas work for you. Math can be incredibly useful – but only if you understand how and when to apply it in your everyday life.

This course will show you how to use math to your advantage. You won’t find any theory or memorization here. The lessons that make up this course are filled with practical exercises and information that you can put to immediate use. You will find out some very interesting things about how calculators work, and then you will discover how best to get a handle on your income and expenses. You will be able to check your paystub, invoices, and bank statements for errors and overcharges, and you will become more skilled at handling money and comparing investment opportunities.

You will learn how to calculate percentages, including the proper amount to pay in tips, commissions, taxes, and discounts. You will find out how to calculate interest rates and you will develop a better understanding of mortgages, credit cards, and other types of loans. You will discover a handy method for converting one type of measurement to another, and you will be able to calculate areas correctly, so you don’t overspend on your next home improvement project. You will become adept at interpreting graphs, calculating the probability that something will (or won’t) happen, and understanding the statistics embedded in test results, polls, and even news stories.

Introduction to Statistics (Self-Paced Tutorial)

Do you need an introduction to statistics or maybe just a refresher? Do you want to improve your understanding of data and use it to make decisions? If you’re looking for help with statistics, this online statistics course is for you!

With easy-to-understand examples combined with real-world applications, this course provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to start analyzing data. You will learn how to use, collect, and then apply data to real-life problems with charts, numbers, and graphs.

Beyond that, you will learn ways to visualize and measure relationships to make forecasts and predictions. Throughout the course, you will use real data and a variety of examples drawn from business and industry, health care, sports, education, politics, and the social sciences.

Introduction to Algebra (Self-Paced Tutorial)

This online math course integrates mathematics, specifically algebra with many other areas of study, including history, biology, and geography. You will develop a rich understanding of math while you study algebra right here in a relaxed and supportive learning environment. Its emphasis on practical math applications of your new-found algebraic skills will help you learn math reasoning in a real-world context. As a result, you will acquire a wide variety of basic math skills that will help you find solutions to almost any math problem.

Math problem solving has never been made easier with this concise and straightforward course to help you understand some of the most important mathematical concepts of algebra: order of operations, units of measurement, scientific notation, algebraic equations, rational numbers, even fundamental concepts of accounting— calculating simple interest, and more.

By the time you finish this online math course, you will understand how algebra is relevant to every aspect of your daily life!

Human Physiology Series

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

In this course we’ll discuss everything from cell anatomy to human genetics to functions of the different organ systems. Each lesson includes information about specific disorders that sometimes happen to our bodies, and we’ll also talk about some recent advances in medicine. By the end of this course, you’ll have a greater appreciation and understanding of the marvelous complexity of the human body!

 

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

In this course, we’ll cover some more advanced topics that we didn’t have time for in Human Anatomy and Physiology I. We’ll cover histology, how the brain processes senses, cellular metabolism, and even pregnancy and childbirth.

 

 

Series bundles are not eligible for partial drops or refunds. Transfers to other open sessions of the same course are available. Please refer to your school for additional details regarding drops, transfers, and refunds on Series bundles.

Introduction to Statistics

Do you need an introduction to statistics or maybe just a refresher? Do you want to improve your understanding of data and use it to make decisions? If you’re looking for help with statistics, this online statistics course is for you!

With easy-to-understand examples combined with real-world applications, this course provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to start analyzing data. You will learn how to use, collect, and then apply data to real-life problems with charts, numbers, and graphs.

Beyond that, you will learn ways to visualize and measure relationships to make forecasts and predictions. Throughout the course, you will use real data and a variety of examples drawn from business and industry, health care, sports, education, politics, and the social sciences.

Introduction to Biology

Are you interested in learning more about living things, or perhaps beginning to train for a career in the healthcare or medical professions? This course will help you understand the structure and function of the human body at the level of your tiniest living components—your cells. You’ll also learn about DNA—what it is, what it does, and even a little bit about how forensic scientists use it to solve crimes. The knowledge you’ll gain from this course is essential to understanding the fundamental causes of human disease, and will prepare you for more advanced courses in human anatomy and physiology.

As you explore each topic, you’ll have lots of opportunities to deepen your understanding and relate what you’re learning to your own life. When things get complicated, you’ll have the guidance you need, so you won’t get overwhelmed by the details. By the end of the course, you’ll have a better appreciation of the fundamental characteristics of living things as well as a solid foundation in the biology of human beings and the biological and medical sciences.

Introduction to Chemistry

Even if chemistry tormented you in high school or college, you can master its principles! In this course, you’ll gain a solid foundation in the basics of chemistry. Along the way, you’ll learn how everything that goes on in your body depends on a chemical reaction.

You’ll gain interesting insights about your body’s use of food, the role of isotopes in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, nutritional deficiencies, the importance of enzymes, and the function of many specific chemicals in your body. This course also prepares you for a health-related career or for success in a college chemistry course.

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

In this course, you’ll cover some more advanced topics that weren’t covered in Human Anatomy and Physiology I. You’ll start with basic histology—the study of the different tissues in the body. From there, you’ll move on to a discussion of the different senses. You’ll also delve into the important topic of cellular metabolism—the chemical reactions that occur in cells.

Then you’ll turn your focus to the human life span. You’ll also discover ways to slow down the aging process. By the end of this course, you’ll have an even greater appreciation of the complexity and wonder of the human body!