Bio 11 Syllabus 2009 PDF

Bio 11 Syllabus 2009 PDF - BIOLOGY 11 Human Anatomy and...

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B IOLOGY 11 Human Anatomy and Physiology (4 credits and 7 hours) S YLLABUS AND C OURSE I NFORMATION Dr. M. Lakrim and Dr. M. Dawson P ROFESSORS AND C OURSE C OORDINATORS FOR B IOLOGY 11 & 12 –1–
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B IOLOGY 11: H UMAN A NATOMY AND P HYSIOLOGY PROGRAM GOALS FOR STUDENT OUTCOMES Allied Health Programs 1. Demonstrate knowledge of basic concepts in anatomy and physiology. 2. Demonstrate proficiency in use of basic laboratory equipment and instruments. 3. Apply knowledge to distinguish normal from homeostatic imbalances. 4. Demonstrate basic computer skills and competence utilizing the Internet for solving problems. 5. Solve a biomedical problem through analysis and interpretation of tabulated and graphical data. 6. Demonstrate understanding of the scientific literature related to allied health fields through presentation of findings in written form and to an audience. C OURSE G OALS 1. Demonstrate understanding of the scientific literature related to allied health fields through presentation of findings in written form and to an audience. 2. Solve a biomedical problem using biomedical knowledge, logic and reasoning skills. 3. Collect data and make sense of it though charts and graphs. 4. Carryout basic quantitative manipulations of biomedical data. 5. Analyze and interpret tabulated and graphical data. 6. Demonstrate knowledge of basic biomedical concepts. 7. Demonstrate proficiency in use of basic laboratory instruments. 8. Demonstrate basic computer skills and competence in use of the Internet. 9. Use knowledge and laboratory skills to recognize normal and disease states. 10. Develop and master the knowledge and biomedical skills to achieve career goals including acquisition of advanced training. –2–
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Statement to the Students Course Prerequisites: Placement at the English 12 and Math 09 levels on the CUNY assessment tests. Course Description: Biology 11 is the first semester of a one-year course in Human Anatomy and Physiology. Both Biology 11 and Biology 12 are designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of the basic principles inherent in the study of human anatomy and physiology, and is intended for students majoring in the allied-health professions, e.g. nursing, pre-physical therapy, pre-physicians assistant, etc. The emphasis of this course will be concerned with understanding the structural and functional relationships of the major organ systems of the human body. A special effort will be made to understand the concept of homeostasis and how the individual organ systems of the body interact with each other in the maintenance of the normal functioning of the entire organism. Biology 11 combines both lecture and laboratory experiences over a twelve week period. Each week, the class meets for a three-hour lecture session, a one-hour recitation and a three hour laboratory session. Attendance at these sessions is mandatory, and excessive absences beyond the college regulations can result in a “WU” grade.
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Bio 11 Syllabus 2009 PDF - BIOLOGY 11 Human Anatomy and...

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