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BIO102_Summer - Carolinas College of Health Sciences...

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CCHS, General Education, BIO102,Summer 2002 1 Carolinas College of Health Sciences General Education Course Syllabus Course: BIO102 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Instructors: Charlie Dobbins, M.S. Credit Hours: 3 class + 1 lab = 4 semester hours Course Description: A continuation of BIO101. The endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems are included, as well as metabolism and fluid and electrolyte balance. Pre-requisite: BIO101 Required Lecture Text: Seeley, Stephens, Tate (2000). Anatomy and physiology , 5 th edition. McGraw-Hill Required Lab Text: Templin, Jay (1995). Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual (3 rd ed.) St.Lois : Mosby Yearbook Inc. STRONGLY Recommended: Rust, T.G. (1986). A guide to anatomy and physiology lab , 2 nd edition. San Antonio: Southwest Educational Enterprises. COURSE EXPECTATIONS/ HOW TO PASS THIS COURSE: 1 . ATTEND lecture . Be on time for both lecture and lab. 2. Be ready to start , i.e., quiet and attentive, at the appointed time. 3. During lecture, I will pause for questions after I have finished explaining a concept or “unit of ideas”. Do ask questions if you have them during these times. 4. Raise your hand and interrupt me if you cannot hear me, if I am going too fast or you cannot see an overhead clearly. 5. Re-read your lecture notes sometime during the same day as the lecture. Look at the relevant pictures while you reread your notes. 6. Study a minimum of 3 hours for every hour spent in class. Pay attention to the pictures. 7. Read over the previous lecture notes before coming to class. It really will help. 8. Study some A & P every weekend. 9. ASK YOUR INSTRUCTOR FOR HELP, when you need it. There are no shortcuts. Work hard.
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