Science and Mathematics Division
BIOL 2402 Anatomy and Physiology II
BASIC COURSE INFORMATION
(as stated in the bulletin, including necessary pre-requisite courses, credit hours)
BIOL 2402--Anatomy and Physiology II.
Four hours credit.
A study of the basic anatomical and
physiological principles of the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, and reproductive systems.
The principles of fluid-electrolyte and acid-base balance are included. Three lecture and two lab hours each
Prerequisite: BIOL 2401.
B. Intended Audience
This course is the second semester of the two-semester human anatomy and physiology course sequence, a
continuation of BIOL 2401.
It is a laboratory-based course designed for science majors, especially for those
pursuing various health careers.
: Tom Dudley
: S 120E
As Posted or Given by Instructor
INTENDED STUDENT OUTCOMES
(Basic Intellectual Competencies)
Reading at the college level means the ability to analyze and interpret a variety of printed
books, articles, and documents. A core curriculum should offer students the opportunity to master both
general methods of analyzing printed materials and specific methods for analyzing the subject matter of individual
Competency in writing is the ability to produce clear, correct, and coherent prose adapted to purpose,
occasion, and audience.
Although correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation are each a sine qua non in any
composition, they do not automatically ensure that the composition itself makes sense or that the writer has much of
anything to say.
Students need to be familiar with the writing process including how to discover a topic and how to
develop and organize it, how to phrase it effectively for their audience.
These abilities can be acquired only through
practice and reflection.
Competence in speaking is the ability to communicate orally in clear, coherent, and persuasive
language appropriate to purpose, occasion, and audience.
Developing this competency includes acquiring poise and
developing control of the language through experience in making presentations to small groups, to large groups, and
through the media.
Listening at the college level means the ability to analyze and interpret various forms of spoken
Angelina College defines critical thinking as the dynamic process of questioning
preconceptions and biases through the gathering and evaluation of data to reach new conclusions that consider realistic
implications and consequences.