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Human Anatomy (Grades 5-6)

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Contact Denise Ksioszk at denise.ksioszk@wisc.edu or 608-262-0002

For registration assistance: 608-890-3260

Summary

Did you know that a newborn baby has round 300 bones, but a full grown adult has only 206? Or that the average human eye can distinguish around 10 million different colors? The human body is a complex machine made up of a network of organs and important systems that work constantly to keep us active and alive. In this class, you will take a closer look into the main organs and systems of the human body and their important functions. Topics covered are the format and function of major human organs such as the heart and lungs as well as body systems such as the musculoskeletal system, the circulatory system and the digestive system.

Student profile

A broad introductory overview to Human Anatomy, this course is a hands-on, collaboration-rich option for students seeking to increase their knowledge about human body systems.

Important dates

Application deadlines

Application opens: Nov. 29, 2021
Deadline: Apply by April 30, 2022

Tuition deadlines

The first half of tuition is due by May 16, 2022. The second half of tuition is due by June 6, 2022.

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