Human Anatomy & Physiology for Medical Careers

Human Anatomy & Physiology for Medical Careers

EVIT School of Health Sciences

EVIT Human Anatomy & Physiology

Arizona HOSA
Students participate in Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), a national student organization that promotes career opportunities in the healthcare industry and enhances the delivery of quality healthcare to all people.


This course is designed for students interested in any health-related field and is required for students interested in advanced training in many second-year medical programs at EVIT (see pre-requisites for other programs). 

EVIT Human Anatomy & Physiology  EVIT Human Anatomy & Physiology  EVIT Human Anatomy and Physiology

Study anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, nutrition, human growth and development, human diseases, infection control and human reproduction using a hands-on, project-based approach. Collaborative lab work and dissections are also an integral part of this course.

This course is a prerequisite and satisfies requirements for all second-year health programs. This course is state approved as an embedded credit for lab science.

Note: Students will be randomly drug tested.

Get started today! Enroll in the EVIT Human Anatomy & Physiology program.

For announcements and updates about the Human Anatomy & Physiology program, text EVIT to 89800.

Course Code MC10

Prerequisites  At least 6 high school credits, including 1 Math credit and 1 English credit, both 'C' or better, and Biology (may be taken concurrently)
On track to graduate or a plan for graduation
2.0 GPA or equivalent standardized test scores 
Length 2 semesters

Campus Locations  EVIT Main Campus
EVIT East Campus
EVIT Fountain Hills Campus

Credits Earn (1) lab science credit and (2) elective credits or (3) elective credits

Certifications • None available at this time.

Possible Careers Dental Assistant, Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant, Pharmacy Tech, Physical Therapy Aide, Sterile Processing and Distribution Tech, Veterinary Assistant. Emergency Medical Technician, Laboratory Assistant, Nurse, Doctor, Physicians Assistant