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1 Kinesiology 1223 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Course Outline  Spring 2011 Course Description Kinesiology 1223 is the first of two courses dealing with the anatomical and functional relationships of  the human body.  Emphasis is on systems integration leading to an understanding of the healthy, intact human  organism.  This first course deals with the general organization of the body and the skeletal, muscular, and  nervous systems.  The sequence of Kinesiology 1223 and 1224 fulfills the Science and Technology requirement  for the General Education Requirements. Course Objectives 1. The student will be able to define cell structure, function and transport mechanisms. 2. The student will be able to define the anatomical and biophysical properties of the skeletal, muscular,  integumentary, and nervous systems. 3. The student will be able to identify anatomical structures associated with the skeletal, muscular, and  nervous systems.   Lecture Days/Times: Tuesday/Thursday – 12:30 to 1:50 pm Lecture Location:  Anderson Hall Room 17 Laboratory Days/Times: Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday - Time varies per section Lecturer/Coordinator Office Phone E-mail Dr. Thomas Rooney Pearson 127 215-204-3925 [email protected] Lab Instructors : Office Phone E-mail Ms. Dianne Babbitt Pearson 136 215-204-8707 [email protected] Ms. Tiffiny Butler Pearson 002 215-204-8707 [email protected] Mr. Ed Doerr Pearson 119 215-204-8707 [email protected] Mr. Kyle Harris Pearson 119 215-204-8707 [email protected] Mr. Bill Rehl Pearson 119 215-204-8707 [email protected] Ms. Jamie Reiger Pearson 139 215-204-8707 [email protected] Ms. Brittany Wilson Pearson 137 215-204-8707 [email protected] Textbooks - Required Saladin, K. R.  (2009).  Anatomy and Physiology . 5th edition. New York:  McGraw-Hill. Wise, E. (2009). Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology . (5th ed.).  New York: McGraw-Hill. Connect Access Card*.  Purchasable through the McGraw-Hill Connect Website *will be used to submit homework assignments
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2 Attendance Students are expected to be present at every regularly scheduled lecture and laboratory time.  Although  attendance is not mandatory, frequent absences during lecture may impact the student’s ability to adequately  learn the material and subsequently impact the student’s final grade.  Students who are absent from the  laboratory portion of the class will not be allowed additional time for laboratory assignments or to make up  missed sections.  Students may only attend the laboratory section in which they are enrolled. Laboratory Rules
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