Home Curriculum A&P

Course Description

The course provides students with the basic knowledge of the human sciences. The pathophysiology, structure, and function of the human body will be covered. Highlights of this course include understanding the eleven organ systems that constitute the human body. Lectures are supplemented with laboratory sections in the topics that are covered. Assessments are conducted every month, with a final exam at the end of the course.

A&P - Davinci body

Where and When

Classes are held Saturdays and Sundays, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, once a month for six months at the New York School of Homeopathy.

This course is available to any homeopathic student who needs to complete the CHC requirements. This is not a required NYSH course, and is offered periodically based upon student demand and teacher availability. Similar courses may be available at local community colleges.


$1,600 tuition plus a $40 materials fee and the cost of required text books.

Contact us if you have questions about our A&P course at 212-925-4623.


Elena Mashalova_NYSHFaculty2Elena Mashalova (Anatomy and Physiology/Pathology and Disease) earned a Ph.D in microbiology and immunology from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. She teaches Anatomy and Physiology, Human Biology, Microbiology, Medical Terminology, and Immunology at Mercy College and Monroe College, in NY. She has vast research and professional experience in these fields. She also studies homeopathy at the New York School of Homeopathy, which makes her the perfect choice as a teacher of A&P, P&D for homeopaths.

Certification Requirements for A&P/P&D

Students who hope to attain certification through the Council for Homeopathic Certification (CHC) should be aware of the A&P/P&D requirements. The CHC stipulates that courses in Anatomy and Physiology, Pathology and Disease not be counted among the 500 hours of required formal training. A course in A&P/P&D must be taken in addition to formal homeopathic education. Our course exceeds certification requirements, providing 90 hours of study, and is CHC approved.