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anatomy syllabus 21177 030 Fall 2010

anatomy syllabus 21177 030 Fall 2010 - Human Anatomy...

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Human Anatomy Lecture Syllabus/Fall 2010/page 1 Human Anatomy Lecture BIOL 2304-030, 21177 RRC3 Room 3330 MW 9:10-10:30 am Fall 2010 Instructor : Bernice Speer Office Location: RRC3, Room 3322.00 Office Hours: MW 8:30-9:00 am and 3:00-4:00 pm Tu 12:00-1:00 pm Th 3:00-4:00 pm Other hours by appointment Phone Numbers: Office 223-0323 (with voice mail) Home: 255-6827 (answering machine available) Fax: 255-1849 (home fax) e-mail: [email protected] Web Site : http://www.austincc.edu/bspeer/ BIOL 2304 Human Anatomy Lecture Course Description: Lecture component of Human Anatomy. A detailed study of the structures of the human body with emphasis on gross and histological study of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. Corequisite enrollment in laboratory course (BIOL 2101) also required. Skills : O. Prerequisites : High school biology with proof of competency through ACC departmental exam. Prerequisites : You will be dropped from the class if you do not have the required skill prerequisites. You must prove proficiency in reading and writing with one of these: 1) A passing score on ACC's assessment test; 2) a passing TASP or COMPASS test score; or 3) exemption from assessment through transcripted hours from another college or appropriate ACT, SAT, or TAAS scores. Instructional Methodology: Lecture and lab. Outside of the classroom, students enrolled in this section will be using Blackboard and on-line exercises extensively. If you do not have internet access at home, you will need to arrange to use ACC student computer labs. Course Rationale: This course is designed for students entering professional programs. It provides a foundation for the clinical topics covered in those courses by requiring mastery of factual material, laboratory techniques, and problem-solving skills. This course is a companion course to Human Physiology and is intended to adequately prepare students for Human Physiology and other health science programs. Specific skills and competencies are expected of students who successfully complete this course, including: Ability to learn, retain and demonstrate knowledge of course materials
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