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Unformatted text preview: TEXAS WOMAN’S UNIVERSITY Spring 2008 Human Anatomy & Physiology (2013) 3 credit hours Section 1 Syllabus and Course Objectives General Information Time: M-W: 8:00-9:20 PM; Room 203 CFO Building Instructor : Navin Maswood, Ph.D. Office : 303A Graduate Science Research Building (GRB) Office Hours : Mon-Weds 4:30-5:30 PM For additional times, please email and make an appointment. Best contact is via email. Email Address : [email protected] Office Phone : 940-898-2369 Important: In addition to the instructor, you may obtain assistance with the course at the SLRC-Science Learning Resource Center; this facility is staffed with tutors who are able to provide assistance in the course material. Please contact SLRC for schedules. Course Design : This principle course is designed to overview the human body & allows the students/ health science pre-professionals to gain understanding how function (physiology of the human body relates to the anatomy (structure). Vocabulary is important since this tool allows the health professionals to communicate about the structure and function of the body. Laborator y: The co-requisite laboratory (Zoology 2011) for Zoology 2013 incorporates hands on learning and applies technology to study Anatomy & Physiology. The two courses are co- requisites and are designed to complement and reinforce the acquired information from lecture but not to directly duplicate lecture materials. Application: The requirements for health and quality of life are integrally related to the understanding of the anatomy & physiology of the human body, which are not separated from ethical concerns, personal values and public political policies. In accord with the materials covered we will address the actual science or known knowledge and discuss various relationships of ethics, social values and public policies. Course Materials : Required text: Principles of Anatomy & Physiology (Eleventh Edition) by Gerard J. Tortora and Brian Dickerson., John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2007....
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