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Unformatted text preview: Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 2457 Lecture Monday Thursday 8:00 10:00am Life Science, Room 119 I nstructor: Dr. Nicole Grose Office: Life Science, Room 354 Office Hours: Monday Wednesday 1:00 -2:00pm Office Phone: (817) 272-2871 Email: nconaway@uta.edu Course Prerequisites : Biology 1441 or equivalent (Biol1333 & 1334), and approval of the department. Those students without the minimum prerequisites will not be allowed in the class. This syllabus outlines the critical points of the course, read it and know it. Required Textbook(s): LECTURE Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology , F.H. Martini 7th edition. The textbook, with CD-ROMs, comes packaged with an Applications Manual & Atlas. The affiliated Study Guide is separate from the text & manual, and is highly recommended. LAB Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual (pig version) E.N. Marieb, 8th edition. Optional -Anatomy & Physiology Coloring Workbook , E.N. Marieb. ADAM Interactive Anatomy 4.0. Read your lab syllabus supplied by your lab instructor. You must take an online Lab Tutorial, if you havent done so. Consider this syllabus fair game for test questions. Course Description: The study of the form and function of the human body. What could be more interesting than you? Student Learning Outcomes: As described in the catalog, the goal of this class is to introduce students to the fundamental elements of human structure and function including cellular physiology, tissue organization, integumentary structure and function, musculoskeletal structure and function, basic neurobiology and organization of the human nervous system, chemical communication and signal transduction pathways (with specific reference to the endocrine system). The emphasis of the lecture portion of the class will be on the physiology and the laboratory will focus on anatomy. This class is recommended for pre-allied health professionals. Preparing prior to the lectures is essential for doing well in this course. At the least familiarize yourself with the material before you attend class. Attendance and Drop Policy: Attendance is required of all students, due to the volume and intensity of the material to be covered in the summer session. Should you encounter a problem attending class, talk to your instructor ASAP. If you stop attending classes, and fail to withdraw through the registrar, you will receive a failing grade for the course. Cell phones/pagers/IM tones should be silent in respect to your peers and instructor. Student MAV cards or other photo IDs should be on hand at all times. Please note that the last day to withdraw from class with a "W" is June 24, 2009. Specific Course Requirements with Descriptions: There will be 1000 total points {100%} for the course as follows: 3 Lecture Exams ..................................390 pts {39%} 1 Comprehensive Final.........................260 pts {26%} Total lab grade......................................350 pts {35%} (In order to figure your grade, just multiply your projected averages by the above percentages then add) Grading Scale: Points Percentages Grade 895-1000 89.5-100 A 795-894...
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