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University of South FloridaCollege of NursingSyllabusRevised 6/9/2014 UGDRAFTANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I LABBSC2085L.0053Fall 2016Beginning Date:August 22, 2016End Date:December 9, 2016Pre-requisites:NoneCredit Hours:1Class Location:Online/USF CANVASFaculty Contact Information:Faculty Name:Professor Nick HallOffice Location:MDN 1038Office Hours:By AppointmentProvide link to virtual office if applicable.Phone:813 974-1271T.A. Name:Shaheda Akter UrmiFax:Click here to enter text.T.A. Email:[email protected]Email Address:[email protected]Preferred Methodof Contact:e-mail through the course site on Canvas. Double-click ‘Inbox’ on the upper right toolbar, then open theappropriate icon to compose a new message. If you type N Hall or Prof Hall in the window, a template forcreating an e-mail will appear. Calling my phone is not reliable since I can retrieve VM only when in myUSF office.Reply Guidelines:Reply Monday-Friday 0800-1800.Technical Problems:For technical assistance, i.e. accessing course, course materials, links, video presentations, documents,assignment submission, email:Other:Click here to enter text.Course Description/ObjectivesCourse Description:This course is integrated with BSC2085.001 with overlapping reading assignments although differentassessments. It’s a two-semester sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using abody systems approach, with emphasis on the interrelationships between form and function at the grossand microscopic levels of organization. Anatomy & Physiology I includes:basic anatomical anddirectional terminology; fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology; histology; theintegumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Anatomy & Physiology II is a continuation ofAnatomy & Physiology I and includes: the special senses, endocrine system, the cardiovascular system,the lymphatic system and immunity; the respiratory system; the digestive system, metabolism, the urinarysystem; fluid/electrolyte and acid/base balance; the reproductive systems, pregnancy, and heredity. Whileform and function are inseparable, the emphasis in the lab will be histologic and gross anatomical featuresof the human body.
University of South FloridaCollege of NursingSyllabusRevised 6/9/2014 UGStudent LearningOutcomes:1.Students who have completed this course should understand the scope of studies in anatomy andphysiology and be able to use and understand descriptive anatomical and directionalterminology.2.Students who have completed this course should be able to explain the basic concept ofhomeostasis and how homeostatic mechanisms apply to body systems.3.Students who have completed this course should be able to identify cellular structures andexplain their respective functions.

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Professor
Brazelle
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Physiology, Anatomy, Human Anatomy, Academic dishonesty, COLLEGE OF NURSING

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