BSC1085Spring 2021–online LabHUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY IStructure and function of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervoussystems of the human body. Course also will cover basic cytology and histology. Thiscourse is designed for students in health professions. A background in biology andchemistry strongly recommended. This course will help satisfy the graduationrequirements of the Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree. (4 credit hours)Instructor: Dr. Roulana Murade-mail: [email protected]Required books:Lab Manual: Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual, 13thed.Marieb and SmithDates to Remember:1. First Day of Classes: 01/19/20212. Add/Drop Period Ends:01/21/20213. Spring Break 03/15/21–03/19/214. Last Day to Withdraw: 04/06/20215. Last Class:05/12/2021MAJOR LEARNING OUTCOMES:(General Education Skills)The student will be able to:1. Define and properly use the terminology of human anatomy and physiology.2. Explain the basic structure and function of the cell, including the concepts of osmosisand diffusion.3. Discuss the purpose and basic mechanisms of body homeostasis.4. Explain the mechanisms of sensory input and motor control in the neuromuscularsystem.5. Identify the structures of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.6. Explain the physiology of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.7. Master laboratory skills including use of microscopes and specimen dissection.Student Disability Services on our campus will coordinate and provide academic support
services for DSC students who have documented disabilities. Please take advantage ofthese services if you are eligible.Daytona State is committed to providing you with quality instruction, guidance,and opportunities for academic and career success by fostering academic excellence in asupportive and personalized learning environment. Maintaining high standards ofacademic honesty and integrity in higher education is a shared responsibility and anexcellent foundation for assisting you in making honorable and ethical contributions tothe profession for which you are preparing.