Gross Human Anatomy and Physiology

Course Information

Course Code


Instruction Method

Online – login information will be emailed within 3 business days of registration




Continuous enrolment max one year – 70 credit hours


Hanin Abdullah

Learner Outcomes

Explore the basic principles of human gross anatomy and physiology, focusing on the macroscopic structure of the human and how that relates to function. The course begins with an introduction to the human body and the basic cell, including homeostasis. It will then follow a systemic approach where different systems will be covered as separate modules. Organ systems covered in this course include skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems.
Learn at your own pace to complete the required assignments, mid-term and final examination within one year of registering for the course.

Evaluation Method

Online assignments, final online exam

Intended For

Anyone requiring in-depth knowledge in Anatomy and Physiology


Designed to satisfy both the gross human anatomy and human physiology admission requirements for the full time Ultrasound, Diagnostic Cytology and Cardiovascular Perfusion programs.

Text Book

Tortora, G. J. and Derrickson, B. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology. 13th ed., John Wiley and Sons, 2012. Not included in course fee. It is recommended that students obtain this textbook prior to starting the course. Students are responsible for acquiring course textbooks. Textbook can be purchased at the U of T bookstore.

Gross Human Anatomy and Physiology – AP807 – Continuing Education


CodeCourse TitleFormatTuitionDate(s)Register ByAvailability
AP807-1Gross Human Anatomy & Physiology
~Open For Continuous Enrollment