PCB4703 Syllabus

PCB4703 Syllabus - COURSE SYLLABUS Human Physiology,...

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COURSE SYLLABUS Human Physiology, ONLINE! This class is not open to Biology Majors WELCOME MESSAGE: Welcome ! Please read this and the Important Course Information section of the class during the first week of class. THIS COURSE REQUIRES A PROCTOR FOR THE FINAL EXAM. Right about now you are thinking "How the heck do I find one of those?!" It's not that big of a problem. Below are three ways to find a proctor. Use ProctorU - online proctoring service, 24 hours a day in your home. Use the NCTA - network of testing centers Ask someone you know professionally. I will allow the following professionals to proctor your exam: o Educational administrator or librarian at a community college, university, or high school o Librarian at a public library o Military officer of higher rank than the student o Doctor, nurse practitioner, dentist, PA, PT, or equivalent Here are the UWF proctor guidelines . COURSE NUMBER: PCB4703 COURSE TITLE: Human Physiology COURSE OVERVIEW: This course is a fully online course delivered via the Internet. If you have any questions about the structure of the course, please do not hesitate to contact your instructor at the email below. This course is part of the B. S. in Health Sciences degree program. COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Angela Maples Hahn CONTACT INFORMATION: [email protected] , 850 610-0905, Blg 58 Room 005, School of Allied Health and Life Sciences , University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL, 32514 PREREQUISITES OR COREQUISITES: Basic understanding of anatomy, chemistry. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Physiology is the study of how the human body functions. The course will introduce some detail processes which we need in order to understand the major concepts of the chapters. This understanding will include learning many terms that you may not have been associated with before. The terminology is almost like learning another language because you need to learn how to use the terms and in what situations to use them. After the introduction of the course, we will closely follow the outline of the book. There may be a few deviations but for the most part the book will define the path of the class. I intend to cover about two chapters a week. Some chapters may
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This note was uploaded on 08/20/2011 for the course PCB 4703 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at W. Florida.

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