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© StraighterLineBIO201: Anatomy and Physiology IAnatomy and Physiology I(BIO201)Course MaterialsVanPutte, Cinnamon, Jennifer Regan, and Andrew Russo. Seeley’s Anatomy &Physiology, 11th edition, McGraw-Hill, 2017, ISBN: 9780077736224Course DescriptionThis course provides a comprehensive look at the human body’s structure and functions.Topics include organization of the body, characteristics of life, anatomical terminology, howthe body maintains homeostasis, the relationship of chemistry to anatomy and physiology,and cell function and division. The skin, skeletal system, muscles, and nervous system areexamined. Sensory organs and the endocrine system are also presented. Several diseasesand disorders are discussed, and as well as the cause, detection, and treatment of them.Students will also perform and complete content complementary at home labs withaccompanying assessments as a lab component to this course.Course ObjectivesAfter completing this course, you will be able to:Describe the structural and functional organization of the body.Explain the characteristics of life.Use anatomical terminology.Describe how the body maintains homeostasis.Relate chemistry to the field of anatomy and physiology.Describe how cells function and divide.Discuss the structures and functions of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular,nervous and endocrine systems.Describe how muscles, bones, and nerves work together to create movement.Describe the structure and function of sensory organs.Compare healthy and diseased tissues.Name several diseases and disorders of the body and explain what causes them.Explain how diseases and disorders of the body are detected and treated.Describe the interactions between various organ systems in the body.Course PrerequisitesThere are no prerequisites to take Anatomy & Physiology I.Privacy Policy|Student Handbook
© StraighterLineBIO201: Anatomy and Physiology IImportant TermsIn this course, different terms are used to designate tasks:Proctoring: all final exams require proctoring which can be completed convenientlyfrom your home. A webcam is required.Tutoring: memberships include online tutoring for students to access with anycontent/subject related questions in the place of faculty. If your tutor is not able toanswer your questions please contact a student advisor.Review Activities: These are non-graded, unassessed assignment and activities fromyour text which help reinforce course learning objectives and practice the skillsdiscussed in a topic.Graded Quiz: These are shorter graded, timed quizzes based on individual topics.Exam: A graded, timed online test.Course Evaluation CriteriaStraighterLine provides a percentage score and letter grade for each course. SeeAcademicQuestionssection in FAQ for further details on percentage scores and grading scale. Apassing percentage is70%or higher.

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