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Should an applicant has not satisfactorily completed introductory human anatomy (3 credits) and human physiology (3 credits) courses during their undergraduate training, some introductory human anatomy and human physiology courses are also
acceptable as the equivalent. For examples:

Biology 235 (6 credits) (offered by Athabasca University)
https://www.athabascau.ca/syllabi/biol/biol235

BIO 105/HSC 105 (3-credit) and BIO 106/HSC 106 (3-credit) (offered by Excelsior College)
http://www.excelsior.edu/ecapps/CourseSearch/CourseSections.jsf
Applicants must take both BIO 105/HSC 106 and BIO 106/HSC 106 courses to fulfill the total of 6 credits of human anatomy and physiology requirements.

PDBIO 205 and PDBIO 210 (offered by Brigham Young University)
http://is.byu.edu/site/courses/index.cfm?school=univ
PDBIO 205 can fulfil the human physiology requirement and PDBIO 210 can fulfill the human anatomy requirement.

An online course of Human Anatomy for Stroke offered by PolyU is also acceptable for the human anatomy requirement. A verified certificate issued by the course is required.
https://www.edx.org/course/human-anatomy-hkpolyux-ana101x-0

Notes:

  1. It is entirely applicants’ decision whether taking the above said anatomy/physiology courses or not. We declare no conflict of interest with the courses and institutes. The information is provided as useful resources to applicants for reference only.
  2. Human anatomy/physiology courses not up to Bachelor's degree level, or courses on animal anatomy/physiology, are not recognised as equivalent to these requirements.
  3. For those who have not fulfilled the human anatomy/physiology course requirements during application period, proof of enrolment of an acceptable anatomy/physiology course must be submitted together with the application. Should an applicant be admitted to the programme, it is his/her responsibility to present all documents as required including transcripts/certificates of the human anatomy/physiology courses during programme registration.

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