bio103 - 1 Bio 103 Course Outline Revised Spring 2008 BIO...

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1 Bio 103 Course Outline Revised Spring 2008 BIO 103 Course Number Course Title Science / Health Professions Division __4__ _____3 _____ ______3_ _____ Credits Lecture Hours Laboratory Hours Textbook : y Shier, Butler, Lewis McGraw-Hill 11 th ed., 2007 Lab Manual : Laboratory Investigations in Anatomy & Physiology (Cat Version) Stephen Sarikas Pearson, Benjamin Cummings 1 st ed., 2007 Catalog Description : Systematic approach to the structure and function of the human body; general terminology and organization; cells and tissues; integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Laboratory includes use of microscope and the study of human anatomy via computer software and preserved specimens. Does not fulfill any requirements for the Biology AS degree. Co requisite: ENG 101 Course Coordinator : Professor Linda Falkow Professor Ron Smith Professor Linda Gaylo Office: MS 118 MS 108 KC327 / MS118 Phone: 609-570-3365 609-570-3395 609-570-3173 / 3380 E-mail: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] A & P Website:
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2 Bio 103 Course Outline General Objectives: 1. To understand the body's normal functioning by explaining the structures and functions of the cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems of the human body. 2. To integrate structure and function so that an understanding of anatomy facilitates comprehension of physiology which in turn is essential for the total understanding of the human body. 3. To provide an understanding of the normal structure and function of the human body such that the student can develop habits of healthful living. 4. To emphasize the importance of learning how the body functions in health before one can appreciate the many implications of disordered function or disease. 5. To help the pre-professional student to realize the many interactions of the various body systems and broaden her or his understanding for future learning. 6. To provide the student of anatomy and physiology with terminology, facts, and concepts in order to help the student to think critically and solve problems. Attendance and Grading: 1. Attendance at lectures is expected. To be successful in this course you should plan to attend all lecture and lab sessions. If you miss a lecture or lab for any reason, it is your responsibility to obtain the missed information including course material covered, any announcements made, and any handouts that may have been distributed in class. 2. All lecture exams will be given in class or in the testing center (LA-216). The tests covering the lecture material will be given periodically at the end of study of a unit or system. You need to bring your MCCC student ID to each exam. The tests will be announced at least one week in advance. There will be four regular lecture exams plus one comprehensive final exam. 3.
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