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fall11 271 Syllabus

fall11 271 Syllabus - Required of all majors within the...

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Boise State University Summer Semester 2009 Course: Applied Anatomy Laboratory Course Number: 271 Section: 01 Schedule: Friday, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Instructor: R. Pfeiffer, EdD, LAT, ATC Office: K-204 Instructor: Stacy Jorgensen B.S. Office: K-218A E-Mail: < [email protected] > Phone: 426-3709 E-Mail: < [email protected] > Phone: 402-369-0647 Office Hours: Virtual Office Hours—contact me via email and if necessary, we will set up an appointment to meet in-person. Office Hours: To contact Stacy Jorgensen email her for an appointment, stop by K218 before or after class, or (emergency only) call. Conceptual Framework: Investigation of osteology, myology, arthrology and neurology of the human musculoskeletal system. The goal of the course is to provide the students an opportunity to study via Anatomy TV and class participation.
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Unformatted text preview: Required of all majors within the Department of Kinesiology except those in Health Promotion. Content is also relevant for students in allied health and pre-medical programs. Course Objectives The focus in this lab is to study in-depth, human osteology & myology of the musculoskeletal system—designed to be offered in-tandem with the Kines-270 Applied Anatomy class. Introduce the gross anatomic structure of the musculoskeletal system by way of pedagogical aids including articulated and disarticulated skeletons, Anatomy TV, as well as, when appropriate, overhead and CD-ROM audiovisual aids. Encourage a deeper and broader appreciation for the complexities of the human musculoskeletal system, as well as, human movement....
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