Bio212_F10 - HUMAN ANATOMY Biology 212 Lecturer Sandra...

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i HUMAN ANATOMY - Biology 212 Lecturer - Sandra Garver Lecture Hall - AL-201 Lecture Time - M/W 1:00pm - 1:50pm (all lab sections) Office: LS-221 Phone #: 619-594-8027 Office Hrs: Mon 2:00pm - 3:00pm e-mail: [email protected] Tues 11:00am - 12:00pm Most Fridays 10:00am – 12:00pm (See schedule on office door) STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME: Successful completion of this course will allow you to confidently identify the histology, major organs, and body/organ regions of the eleven body systems. This identification will include nerves, blood vessels, superficial body regions, skeletal structures and bones (including specific bone landmarks). You will also be able to identify major muscles, including many muscle origins, insertions, and actions. You will also be able to comfortably communicate using anatomical language. Using the anatomical language, you will be able to apply the anatomical knowledge that you have gained over the semester toward specific and limited clinical situations presented in this course. Friends and family will turn to you for the answers to the mysteries of the human body! PREREQUISITES: This is a DIFFICULT and TIME-CONSUMING COURSE !! NO Whining You are about to enter the world of the human body! It is a large and complex area of study that will require a great deal of dedicated energy and time by you. This course requires a commitment from you that you may not have experienced in your education thus far. The payoff for your hard work, however, can be tremendous! Students are expected to have successfully completed Biology 100, 203, or an equivalent course (Bio 100 lab not required) . Concurrent registration is not allowed. If you have not completed the required prerequisites, you should take action to drop this course. Your continued attendance in this course demonstrates completion of the required prerequisite. If you do not comply with the prerequisite requirement, you will be given an "F" in the course (SDSU General Catalog). If you have completed Bio 100 at SDSU, we have been electronically notified and no further action on your part is necessary. If you did not Complete Bio 100 at SDSU, we have been electronically notified that you should show proof of satisfying the prerequisite. Your name will be announced in your lab section , and YOUR LAB INSTRUCTOR will check off your prerequisite. Please be prepared with proof of completion. It is YOUR responsibility to make the necessary arrangements (limit work schedule, limit home schedule, limit class load, etc.) that you personally need to allow YOU to be successful in this course. You should make sure that you are educationally equipped and educationally mature enough to handle this type of course! It is NOT my responsibility to sacrifice the integrity of the course to allow you to pass. This is one of those courses that will help you to fully understand the phrase, "earning a degree"! TEXTS:
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BI 200 taught by Professor Potter during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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Bio212_F10 - HUMAN ANATOMY Biology 212 Lecturer Sandra...

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