Course Details

Course Number

10091215

Credits

3.00

Subject

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY

Description

Examine the body systems of warm and cold-blooded vertebrates, learning activities include animal dissections. Specific body systems covered throughout this course are nervous, endocrine, immune, hematopoietic, sensory, urinary, and reproductive. Anatomy and physiology of exotic species will also be explored. This course is part of a two-course series that establishes the essential framework required for becoming a veterinary technician.

Prerequisites: 10-091-214 VERTEBRATE ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1 and 10-091-172 VETERINARY MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY. Condition: Accepted to the Veterinary Technician Associate.

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