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AHP2166/4/20211AHP216 Anatomy and Physiology ISyllabusCourse DescriptionThis course is the first part of two-courses in anatomy and physiology. It provides afundamental knowledge of the structure and function of the human body, enablingstudents’ understanding of normal body structure, and functioning of different organsystems of the human body. The course includes a study of Anatomy terminology, basiccellular principles, tissues, and organ systems, with emphasis on integumentary system,muscular system, skeletal system, nervous system, and endocrine system.Prerequisite: NoneTotal Contact Hours: 80 (40 for Lecture & 40 for Laboratory); Out-of-Class Work: 120hours; Quarter Credit Hours: 6.0Course ObjectivesIn this course, students will:1. Describe the basic chemistry involved in the basis of life.2. Explain cells and their metabolism.3. Describe the four main categories of tissue and corresponding subgroups.4. Examine how the anatomy and physiology of the integumentary system providessupport, defense, and homeostasis.5. Differentiate how the anatomy and physiology of the musculoskeletal systemprovides support and movement of the human body.6. Summarize how the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system provides theability to monitor and respond to changes needed to maintain homeostasis.7. Examine how the anatomy and physiology of sense organs produces sensesneeded to initiate reflexes necessary to maintain homeostasis.8. Analyze how the anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system monitors andcontrols the internal environment.Required ResourcesTextbooksShier, D., Butler, J. & Lewis, R. (2019)Holes HumanAnatomy and Physiology. (15thed). McGraw Hill.Additional learning materials are available in the LIRN Online Databases:Instructional MethodsLecture/DiscussionReading
AHP2166/4/20212Lab ActivitiesContent MappingWritingHomework assignments/projectsMode of DeliveryResidentialAmericans with Disabilities Act GuidelinesRefer to the procedure outlined in the campus catalog.Classroom PolicyOur goal is to build a respectful learning and work environment that allows for positivecommunication and teamwork. To promote this all students must abide by academicpolicies related to attendance, behavior and professional conduct as published in thecurrent institutional catalog.Grade PolicyTo successfully complete a nursing or science course, a student is required to achieve aminimum composite test score of 78% (average of test scores/Key Graded Assessments)and a minimum of 78% overall course grade (includes the course discussions, labs andassignments that are not Key Graded Assessments. For nursing and science courses, the

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