Physio. Syllabus - UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA DEPARTMENT...

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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY PCB3703 C –Spring 2011 Course: Human Physiology MWF 1:30-2:20 pm. Professor: Dr. Raheleh Ahangari e-mail: rahangar@mail.ucf.edu Office: HPA II -319, Phone (407) 823-1793 Hrs. : Mon- 12.30-1.30 p.m., 2:30-3:20 p.m. Wed- 12.30-1.30 p.m., 2:30-3:20 p.m. Fri 12.00- 1.00 p.m. Textbooks: Text book of medical Physiology by: Linda S. Costanzo- Physiology 3rd edition (Required) ISBN-13 978-1-4160-2320-3 ISBN 1-4160-2320-8 th edition (Recommended) Credits: 4 Description: Human Physiology is an advanced course focusing on the function of the human body. The lectures are delivered in a clinically oriented way and mimic the medical physiology. It will be conducted in order to understand the basic human physiology and some pathophysiologic concepts of human disorders. Basic understanding of biology is imperative for this course. This course aims to prepare undergraduate students interested in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and other medical related professional fields, nursing, radiology, athletic training, as well as several pre-professional health areas, which enables them to understand and answer questions related to the physiology and pathophysiology of major clinical disorders. Prerequisite: Chemistry I-2045 BSC 2010c, General Biology Course General Objective: After completing this course, students will be able to show significant domain on the basic, functional and clinical Human Physiology. Student Competencies: Effective mental processing/understanding of the studied material, in order to identify correctly and correlate the appropriate information of the material presented. 1
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Individual mechanisms to develop fast and logic reasoning towards function/organs/systems depicting and organization. Comprehensive physiologic mechanisms and terminology. Attendance Policy: All students enrolled in the PCB3703C course are expected to attend to all programmed class meetings. Attendance is mandatory . Students who have 6 excused or unexcused absences in this course should take a final cumulative exam (which includes the final material as well as the material from previous exams) to be able to graduate from the course. Examples of excused absences are medical situations, accidents, direct relative death, etc. In any of such circumstances, the correspondent written excuse should be presented to validate the excused condition. Excessive absences considering both, excused and unexcused, situation may result in withdrawn from the class. Leaving earlier than the dismissal time, may be interpreted as an absence and the professor should be informed previously. Exams may not be announced. Thus, be on time to each class session because exams and announcements as well, will be conducted at the beginning of class periods. It is not applicable to this course to do make-up of exam due to tardiness or absence . Getting late to an exam session imply that the student will not be
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Physio. Syllabus - UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA DEPARTMENT...

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