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Division of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Biology and Chemistry FALL 2009 COURSE BIO216 Human Biology Lecture MW 12:45-2:10 Lab M 2:20-5:15pm PROFESSOR Dr. J. Washington Phone: (845) 675-4530 Office: North Campus 205 Email: [email protected] OFFICE HOURS Open Office Hours: M 5:30-7:30 pm By Appointment: TR 12:30-3:30 pm W 5:30-7:30 pm TEXTBOOKS Starr, Cecie and Beverly McMillan. Human Biology , 8 th ed. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole-Thompson Learning, 2010 ISBN 0-495-56181-9 Morton, D, Perry, J and J. Perry. Laboratory Manual for Human Biology , Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co.-Thompson Learning, 1995 ISBN 0- 534-20215-2 Please note: The bookstore carries a bundle that includes the Lab Manual for FREE COURSE DESCRIPTION Biology 216 is a four-credit course. It is a survey of the systems of the human body. Topics include the structural organization and function of organ systems, such as, skeletal, muscular, digestive, circulatory, respiratory, endocrine, urinary and reproductive. Page 1 of 12
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Division of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Biology and Chemistry FALL 2009 STUDENT LEARNING GOALS : All the goals below are to be carried out in an atmosphere of the highest scholarly standards of conduct. Student Learning Goals The Student will: Program Goals Nyack Core Goals Assignments &/or Assessments Used Become biologically literate by enhancing the awareness and understanding of the life processes that sustain us. 2a Quizzes, Exams Demonstrate knowledge of the structure and function of the human body. (K) 2a Quizzes, exams, lab reports, lab exams Be encouraged to act responsibly for the care of their bodies. Attitude Survey Develop the ability to think critically and write skillfully. 2b, 2c Paper, Lab reports Confer with peers and instructor about a research topic pertaining to biology, find and interpret scientific information, then write a paper and give an oral presentation with the findings. (IL Standard 1:1a,b,d; 3:1a) 2b Paper, presentation Recognize the pertinence of pertinent bioethical issues in order to enlarge his vision of God as the Creator and Sustainer of the natural world, who has given us a glimpse of His greatness, creativity, and power. (IL Standard 4:3.b,d) 2c, 5a, 5b Discussion, paper ASSESSMENT RESULTS The School/Department of Biology and Chemistry may use assignments that are assessed for this course for program evaluation purposes. Individual results may be used as exemplars but will only be available to the program reviewers and not made public. Results of assessments will be used to show program effectiveness and evaluated for program improvement. GRADING LAB ASSIGNMENTS/EXAMS….250 QUIZZES………………………….100 LECTURE EXAMS……………….300 FINAL EXAM…………………….200 PRESENTATION…………………100 PARTICIPATION………………….50 TOTAL PTS……………. ..1000 Page 2 of 12
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2010 for the course BUS 3213 taught by Professor Killer during the Spring '08 term at Buffalo State.

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