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BSC 2086 H H U U M M A A N N A A N N A A T T O O M M Y Y P P H H Y Y S S I I O O L L O O G G Y Y PART 2 A A P P 2 2 - - L L E E C C T T U U R R E E S S Y Y L L L L A A B B U U S S
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ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2 - BSC 2086 LECTURE HOMESTEAD CAMPUS BSC 2086 Lecture Schedule Spring 2008 (2007-2) MDC Homestead Ref # 462413 Days: Monday [ M ] Wednesday [ W ] Time: 8.25 am – 9.40 am Building/Room: G-305 Instructor: Richard Coulson Ph.D. Phone: 305-510-5887 (cell/mobile) Mailbox: Arts & Science Administration Building E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected] Web-site: http://faculty.mdc.edu/rcoulson Office: B-130 Computer room – faculty - Administration Building B Office Hours: TBD (usually 10 am – 12 noon Mondays or by appointment) Textbook: by Frederic H. Martini, Ph.D. - 7 th Edition Goals and Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course the student will demonstrate knowledge (including the correct anatomical and medical terminology for the organ systems) of the following organ systems: 1) Unit 4 - Cardiovascular 2) Unit 4 - Lymphatic & Immune 3) Unit 5 - Digestive 4) Unit 5 - Respiratory 5) Unit 5 - Urinary 6) Unit 6 - Reproductive & Development 7) Unit 3 - Endocrine Grading Policy: Exam 1 25 % Exam 2 25 % Exam 3 25 % Exam 4 25 % Extra Credit : A potential extra 10% will be added to the final grade, based upon: Successful completion of all homework or other ‘stretch’ assignments and / or short ‘pop’ quizzes Maintaining a grade average of at least 50% ( 50%) Grading Scale: A 100 – 90 % B 89 – 80 % C 79 – 70 % D 69 – 60 % F 59 – 0 %
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Attendance Policy: Attendance is required. Attendance will be taken at every class meeting. Students are expected to arrive on time and remain in class until the end of the period. Obtaining class notes is your responsibility should you miss class for any reason. Make-up Policy: Make–up examinations are NOT given. See your instructor if you have a conflict with this. Cheating Policy: Any student caught cheating on an exam will be assigned a final grade of F . Teaching and Learning: Studying is an integral part of achieving a good grade. Do not wait until the last minute to begin studying for an exam, there will be a lot of information to learn. Keep up with the information covered in class this will make studying easier. A learning resource that some students find helpful is their peers, so you may want to form study groups with your classmates. In addition to reading the chapters in your textbook , the text also brings supplemental material, such as a CD and an internet website. These offer animations that you may find helpful. Instructor’s Educational Philosophy Congratulations, you have chosen what I hope will be an interesting and informative course. This course may be a demanding course so I will attempt to guide you as best I can. My emphasis will be on the relationships between the concepts and not on simple memorization of details. Therefore, understanding of the
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2009 for the course BIO 1B taught by Professor Carlson,mischel,power during the Spring '07 term at Berkeley.

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