• This introductory course is designed for a traditional one-semester class of any majors requiring the essentials of anatomy and physiology. This rich-media series introduces the human body at molecular, cellular, tissue and organ levels. It is highly organized to mirror the system-based mainstream curricula.  Animated with visual medical illustrations and dynamic textual elements, each organ system is introduced with enhanced graphics and expert narration, started from a graphical concept map, pictorial explanation step-by-step and summed it up with a key review. Basic physiology is also integrated into each chapter. Feedback-based interactive problem drills provide practice problems in clinical cases. Each chapter will also come with a highly condensed summary cheat sheet for exam prep. You'll learn the following main topics:

    1. From Molecules to Tissues
    2. Support and Movement of the Human Body
    3. Control of the Human Body
    4. Maintenance and Homeostasis of the Human Body
    5. Continuity of Life

    For Whom: This rapid learning course is for those who are currently taking one semester or one quarter course on the integrated Anatomy and Physiology curriculum or anyone in need of core concepts in this subject.

    Pre-requisite: Although it is optional, students should have taken one or two semesters of introductory or general biology at the college level to build the foundation of biological science to maximize the learning.

  • This comprehensive series is designed for anyone requiring in-depth coverage on a two-semester anatomy and physiology. This rich-media series covers the human structures and functions at molecular, cellular, tissue and organ levels. It is highly organized to mirror the system-based mainstream curricula with a complete coverage of all human systems. Each chapter also includes the development, aging and clinical terms. Normal and abnormal processes are described with clinical anatomy in each chapter. You'll learn the following core topics:

    1. Levels of Organization
    2. Support Systems
    3. Coordination Systems
    4. Homeostatic Systems

    For Whom: This rapid learning course is for those who are currently taking two-semester integrated A&P, such as allied health, medical and nursing students.

    Pre-requisite: Although it is optional, students should have taken one or two semesters of introductory or general biology at the college level to build the foundation of biological science to maximize the learning.

  • This rich-media course explores the basic principles and applications of toxicology, along the physiology at the molecular, cellular and human organ levels. You'll learn the following main topics:
    1. Principles of Toxicology
    2. Cellular and Molecular Toxicology
    3. Target Organ Toxicity
    4. Specific Toxicants
    5. Advanced Topics
  • This course provides the 24 rich-media tutorials in neuroscience. The series explores the brain and nervous system with the development, structure, function, psychobiology and cognitive neuroscience via the journey of rapid learning. You'll learn the following main topics:

    1. Introduction to Neuroscience
    2. Neuronal Communication
    3. Sensory and Motor Systems
    4. Psychobiology
    5. Advanced Topics
  • This human anatomy rich-media course offers a comprehensive study on the principles of human anatomy at cellular, tissue and human organ levels. It is highly organized and in-depth to mirror the system-based mainstream curricula. Animated with visual medical illustrations and dynamic textual elements, each organ system is introduced with enhanced graphics and expert narration, started from a graphical concept map, pictorial explanation step-by-step and summed it up with a key review. Basic physiology and clinical anatomy are also integrated into each chapter, along with diseases and aging of each system. You'll learn the following core units:

    1. The Anatomical Foundation and Human Body Organization
    2. The Support Systems
    3. The Coordination and Integration Systems
    4. The Homeostatic Systems

    For Whom: This rapid learning course is for those who are currently taking the human anatomy class or in need of visual in-depth learning via rich-media. It is designed for students entering or currently enrolled in the nursing, biology, pre-med, allied health professions, and board review. It can also be used for any professionals required in-depth anatomy knowledge.

    Pre-requisite: Although it is optional, students should have taken one or two semesters of introductory or general biology at the college level to build the foundation of biological science to maximize the learning.

  • This visual course explores the basic principles and applications of pharmacology, along the physiology at the molecular, cellular and human organ levels.  You'll learn:

    1. The Foundation of Pharmacology
    2. Autonamic Pharmacology
    3. Cardiovascular and Renal Pharmacology
    4. Smooth Muscle Pharmacology
    5. Endocrine Pharmacology
  • This course provides simple yet easy-to-understand tutorials in flash movies for core concepts in biology.  You'll learn about:

    1. Introduction to biology at college level
    2. The Cells
    3. Genetics
    4. The Evolution
    5. Biological Diversity
    6. Plant Form and Function
    7. Animal Form and Function
    8. Ecology
  • This course provides simple yet easy-to-understand tutorials in flash movies for core concepts in biology at the High School Level. You'll learn about:

    1. Introduction to Biology at High School level
    2. The Cells
    3. Ecology
    4. Genetics
    5. Evolution
    6. Biological Diversity
    7. Human Body
  • This provide simple yet easy-to-understand tutorials in flash movies for core concepts in microbiology.

    1. The Fundamentals of Microbiology
    2. Microorganisms
    3. Microorganisms and Humans
    4. Medical Microbiology
    5. Microbiology outside the Human Body
  • This integrated Anatomy and Physiology course provides the visual learning on both human anatomy and essential physiology, with anatomical coverage on 11 human organ systems.  You'll learn:

    1. From Molecules to Tissues
    2. Support and Movement of the Human Body
    3. Control of the Human Body
    4. Maintenance and Homeostasis of the Human Body
    5. Continuity of Life
  • This course provides simple yet easy-to-understand tutorials in flash movies for core concepts in genetics.  You'll learn:

    1. Introduction to Genetics
    2. Cellular Basis of Genetics
    3. Genetics Mapping
    4. Quantitative Genetics
    5. Molecular Genetics
    6. Recombinant DNA Technology
    7. Mutation and Disease
    8. Developmental, Population and Evolutionary Genetics
  • This course covers the traditional molecular biology and cell biology curriculum, and the equivalent course under the name of molecular and cell biology.  You'll learn:

    1. The Basics of Cell Biology
    2. Molecular Biology
    3. Cell Organization and Biochemistry
    4. Specialized Cell Processes
    5. Advanced Topics
  • This course provides comprehensive coverage of immunology.  You'll learn:

    1. Immunology Introduction
    2. Generation of Immune Response
    3. Immune Effector Mechanisms
    4. Immunity and Health
    5. Tools and Techniques in Immunology
  • This human physiology comprehensive series offers in-depth coverage on human physiology at both the cellular level and human organ level. Special emphasis is placed upon the study of homeostasis, integration and control of the human body, with inclusion of exercise physiology and medical physiology.  You'll learn:

    1. Basic Cellular Physiology
    2. Body Control Mechanisms
    3. Integration of Body Systems: Movement and Maintenance
    4. Integration of Body Systems: Metabolism
    5. Integration of Body Systems: Protection and Perpetuation
    6. Applications

    For Whom: This rapid learning course is for those who are currently taking the human physiology class or in need of visual in-depth review of such a subject via rich-media learning. It is designed for students entering or currently enrolled in the nursing, biology, allied health professions, and medical school.

    Pre-requisite: Students should have a good knowledge of the anatomical aspect of the human body by completing either the "Human Anatomy" or "Anatomy and Physiology" course, prior to taking the "Human Physiology" course as such. Rapid Learning's A&P course (RL204) offers this pre-requisite requirement of human anatomy and basic physiology.

  • This course is to mirror topics required by CollegeBoard in AP Biology. The 24-chapter rich-media series will provide the in-depth coverage of each topic visually. The main units in this course are:

    1. AP Biology Basics
    2. Molecules and Cells
    3. Heredity
    4. Evolution
    5. Evolution and Diversity
    6. Structure and Function of Plants and Animals
    7. Ecology