Fall Syllabus

Fall Syllabus -...

Info iconThis preview shows page 1. Sign up to view the full content.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

Unformatted text preview: Syllabus
­
Biological
Sciences
E­65C:
Human
Anatomy
&
Physiology
 Fall
2011­
Instructor:
Dr.
Jennifer
Carr
&
Dr.
Brooke
Flammang;
416
Science
 Center;
Office
Hours:
4:15­5:15
 Lectures
in
Blue
will
be
administered
by
Dr.
Brooke
Flammang,

lectures
in
 black
will
be
administered
by
Dr.
Jennifer
Carr
 Date
 Lecture
 #
 Aug
29,
11
 Readings
–
In
 Class
 Assignment
 
 Chapter
1
‐
4
 2
 Introduction,
 Biochemistry
&
 Metabolism
 Holiday
–
No
Class
 Histology
 Sept
19,
11
 3
 Bone
Introduction
 Sept
26,
11
 4
 Skeleton
&
Joints
 Oct
3,
11
 Oct
10,
11
 
 
 Exam
#1
(Lect.
1
–
4)
 Holiday
–
No
Class
 
 
 Oct
17,
11
 Oct
24,
11
 5
 6
 Nervous
System
#1
 CNS
 Oct
31,
11
 7
 PNS
 Nov
7,
11
 8
 Special
Senses
 Nov
14,
11
 Nov
21,
11
 
 9
 Exam
#2
(Lect.
5
–
8)
 Endocrinology
 Chapter
8
 Chapter
20
 Quiz
4
–
Lect
5
 Chapter
8
 Quiz
5
–
Lect
6
 Chapter
21
&
22
 Quiz
6
–
Lect
7
 
 Chapter
7
 Nov
28,
11
 10
 Muscle
1
 Dec
5,
2011
 11
 Muscle
2
 Dec
12,
2011
 Dec
19,
2011
 12
 
 Lab
Practical
 Final
Exam
 (cumulative)
 Sept
5,
11
 Sept
12,
11
 1
 Lecture
Topic
 
 
 Chapter
5
 Quiz
1
–
Lect
1
 Chapter
16
 Quiz
2
–
Lect
2
 Chapter
17
‐
19
 Quiz
3
–
Lect
3
 Chapter
9,
10,
&
 11
 Quiz
8
–
Lect
9
 Chapter
12
 Quiz
9
–
Lect
10
 Quiz
10
–
Lect
11
 
 Wednesday
Lab
 (5:35
–
8:00
or
 8:05
–
10:30)
 
 
 
 Lab
#1
‐
 Histology
 Chapter
17
 Lab
#2
–
Axial
 Skeleton
 
 Chapter
18
 Lab
#3
–
 Appendicular
 Skeleton
 
 
 
 
 
 Lab
#4
–
Muscle
 Dissection
I
 Lab
#5
–
Muscle
 Dissection
II
 
 
 
 
 Textbook:
 Evolutionary
Human
Anatomy
and
Physiology
Customized
for
Harvard
University;
Kenneth
S.
 Saladin,
Eric
P.
Widamaier,
Hershel
Raff,
Kevin
T.
Strang
and
Kenneth
Kardong;
ISBN#
0‐697‐799‐ 174
 Human
Anatomy
and
Physiology;
E‐65C;
Multiple
Authors
–
Custom
Lab
Manual;
ISBN#
0390660388
 Undergraduate
Grading:
 Your
grades
will
be
weighted
using
the
breakdown
below.
 Exam
#1:
 
 
 20%
 Exam
#2:
 
 
 20%
 Weekly
Quizzes
 
 
 15%
 Lab
 
 
 
 15%
 Final
Exam:

 
 
 30%
 
 Graduate
Grading:
 Exam
#1:
 
 
 15%
 Exam
#2:
 
 
 15%
 Weekly
Quizzes
 
 
 15%
 Lab
 
 
 
 15%
 Final
Exam:

 
 
 25%
 Final
Paper
&
Presentation:
 15%
 
 Lab
must
be
completed
to
pass
this
course!
 
 Graduate
Student
Requirements
 Graduate
students
are
required
to
do
one
of
two
things:


 1) Graduate
students
have
to
complete
a
15‐20
page
term
paper
due
in
hard
copy
one
week
 prior
to
the
date
of
the
final
exam.

Term
paper
requirements
and
presentation
requirements
 are
posted
online.


 2) Alternatively
graduate
students
can
assist
teaching
fellows
with
running
the
five
labs.

This
 will
require
graduate
students
to
come
in
the
Saturday
prior
to
the
labs
and
go
through
the
 lab
with
the
instructor
or
the
head
teaching
fellow
to
make
sure
that
they
understand
 everything
be
done
during
lab
and
can
assist
other
students.
 Lab
 Lab
is
a
required
part
of
Anatomy
&
Physiology.

If
you
miss
lab
you
automatically
fail
the
course.

 Your
lab
grade
will
be
based
on
five
handouts
or
quizzes
(10
pts.
each)
handed
out
at
the
end
of
each
 lab
and
on
the
end
of
the
term
lab
practical
(50
pts).

Labs
will
be
taught
on
Wednesday
from
5:35
–
 8:00
or
8:05
–
10:30.

You
must
dress
appropriately
for
lab
or
you
will
be
asked
to
leave
and
will
 receive
no
credit
for
lab.

Dressing
appropriately
means
long
pants,
glasses
instead
of
contacts
or
 safety
goggles
and
no
open
toed
shoes.

Food
and
drink
will
not
be
allowed
in
lab
under
any
 circumstances.


Please
remember
that
you
get
out
of
lab
what
you
put
into
it
so
the
more
time
you
 spend
in
lab
the
better
you
will
do
on
the
practical.
 
 
 Quizzes
 There
will
be
weekly
quizzes
based
on
lecture
material
(please
see
syllabus
for
exact
dates
&
 material).

There
will
be
20
points
on
each
quiz.

The
lowest
quiz
score
will
be
dropped.

If
you
have
 to
miss
class
for
any
reason
that
will
be
considered
your
dropped
quiz.

Makeup
quizzes
will
not
be
 given
for
any
reason.
 Extensions/Makeup
Exams:
 Extensions
or
makeup
exams
will
only
be
allowed
with
extenuating
circumstances
(ex.
death
in
the
 family
or
illness).

All
requests
for
extensions
or
makeups
must
be
received
in
writing
within
48
 hours
of
missing
the
exam
and
must
include
documentation
(Dr’s
note,
death
certificate
etc.).

 Regrades:
 Regrades
are
only
allowed
if
the
exam
or
quiz
if
the
answer
sheet
has
been
filled
out
in
pen
(no
 regrades
if
the
work
is
done
in
pencil).

Regrades
must
be
turned
in
to
the
professor
in
writing
 within
a
week
of
the
exam
being
handed
back.

Regrade
requests
must
clearly
justify
why
a
regrade
is
 necessary.

Regrade
request
will
ONLY
BE
ACCEPTED
IN
WRITING.

Any
verbal
requests
will
 immediately
be
denied
and
any
written
requests
for
a
regrade
after
a
verbal
request
has
been
made
 will
not
be
considered
and
will
immediately
be
nullified.
 Letters
of
Recommendation
 In
order
to
request
a
letter
of
recommendation
from
the
instructor
you
must
receive
an
A
in
the
 course
and
the
follow‐up
course
E‐65D.

Requests
for
letters
must
be
made
at
least
two
weeks
in
 advance
and
must
be
accompanied
by
all
necessary
waivers,
stamped
envelopes
and
a
current
copy
 of
your
resume/CV. Final
Grades:
 
 The
assignment
of
letter
grades
to
one’s
overall
course
average
will
be
determined
by
the
following
 criteria:

 A,
A­

 
 
 
 Earned
by
work
whose
excellent
quality
indicates
a
full
mastery
of
the
subject

 and,
in
the
case
of
the
grade
of
A,
is
of
extraordinary
distinction.
 B+,
B,
B­

 
 
 
 
 Earned
by
work
that
indicates
a
good
comprehension
of
the
course
material,
a

 good
command
of
the
skills
needed
to
work
with
the
course
material,
and
the

 student's
full
engagement
with
the
course
requirements
and
activities.
 C+,
C,
C­

 
 
 
 
 
 
 Earned
by
work
that
indicates
an
adequate
and
satisfactory
comprehension
of

 the
course
material
and
the
skills
needed
to
work
with
the
course
material

 
 and
that
indicates
the
student
has
met
the
basic
requirements
for
completing

 assigned
work
and
participating
in
class
activities.
 D+,
D,
D­

 
 
 
 
 Earned
by
work
that
is
unsatisfactory
but
that
indicates
some
minimal

 
 command
of
the
course
materials
and
some
minimal
participation
in
class

 
 activities
that
is
worthy
of
course
credit
toward
the
degree.
 E

 
 Earned
by
work
which
is
unsatisfactory
and
unworthy
of
course
credit

 towards
the
degree.

 
 
 
 
 ...
View Full Document

This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course BIO 102 taught by Professor William during the Spring '11 term at Harvard.

Ask a homework question - tutors are online