Human Health Covers Range of “Human” Studies
North Seattle College has given the designation “Human Health” to a cross-section of programs and course offerings that guide the study of anatomy and physiology, nutrition, and health and human sexuality, and provide you with physical education classes to maintain your own health.
Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II, North’s two A&P survey courses, prepare you for paramedical fields and for advanced study of anatomy and physiology.
The Human Nutrition course lays a foundation for further clinical studies and is a prerequisite for careers in nursing or the nutritional sciences.
Health and Human Sexuality explores current health topics including mental health, relationship skills, lifestyle diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, infectious diseases and family planning.
Get in shape, learn to move, improve your game and get credit! Choose from a variety of sport, dance and fitness classes in the Physical Education Department.
All activity classes are worth 1 or 2 credits, while the First Aid and Personal Safety Course is worth 3 credits.