Syllabus - Fall 2011 Syllabus BIOLOGY 327 AIDS The Biology...

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Page 1 Fall 2011 Syllabus BIOLOGY 327 AIDS: The Biology Of A Modern Epidemic Instructor Peter Ingmire Phone 338-1994 Office HSS 351 E-mail [email protected] Office Hours T 3:30-4:30, W 2-3, and by appt. Website Location T/Th 14:10-15:25 SCI 101 (Course ID # 38876 – Section 1) Term Paper Submitted to through iLearn Staff Staff contact [email protected] Course Materials: The Biology of AIDS / Biology 327 Lecture and Slide Guide 2011. Auleb, Kuby & Ingmire (Bring current section to every class) iClicker 1 ParScore test forms #20788-PRI for the final exam (The blue narrow one -- 50 questions each side.) An e-mail account . For information, go to - You can set your SFSU e-mail account to forward all mail to an existing e-mail account. Please check your e-mail frequently. We send reminders and new information often. Make sure you verify your e-mail in iLearn! Access to the internet. There are computers available on campus for your use. Please see page 4 of the syllabus for instructions on how to access iLearn. Mozilla Firefox Experience shows iLearn, the online learning system used for this course, operates best on the internet browser Firefox. Firefox can be downloaded for free at Description: This course, BIO 327, AIDS , is part of one Segment III cluster: AIDS: The Modern Epidemic . Be sure to review the requirements for the cluster as described in the Class Schedule and Bulletin . You must have earned 60 units by the end of the semester in which you take this course. Instructional Methods : Classes include readings, lectures, videos, guest lectures, group discussion, and iLearn discussions ( Class discussion is encouraged. Course Objectives: To provide supported, current, scientific information regarding Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection, including the biology of HIV and its impact on the immune system, human sexuality and drug-related transmission issues, as well as the impact of the epidemic on the world community. By the end of the course, students will be able to: Explain the HIV lifecycle Explain the effect of HIV on the immune system and on the body Explain the average course of HIV disease and its possible progression to AIDS Explain how HIV is transmitted and how to prevent that transmission Evaluate media and scientific reports with increased expertise Describe the strengths and vulnerabilities of human beings to new infectious organisms Discuss the scope and importance of the epidemic in modern times Describe the government, scientific, and human responses to HIV infection
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Page 2 Use the knowledge gained in the class to understand upcoming scientific, government, and media reports regarding HIV disease Explain the long-term nature of the disease and its effect on the individual and society Describe the effects of HIV on particular cultures and the effect of various cultures and cultural attitudes
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Syllabus - Fall 2011 Syllabus BIOLOGY 327 AIDS The Biology...

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