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1SCHOOL OF HEALTH STUDIESANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IFall Semester 2020Course, Instructor, and contact informationCourse number and section:SCI1100Lecture Instructor: Dr. J.A. Montalvo#Semester Hours - 3 (Lecture, 45 hours)Email: [email protected]Classroom Number - ONLINEOffice Hours:Monday 4 pm to 6 pmClass Meeting Schedule:ONLINEOffice Location: Woodland Park Campus Rm 193Tutoring Hours: CAS for schedule or byAppointmentCOURSE DESCRIPTIONStudy of the structure, function, and pathology (disease) of the human body.Students are introduced tovarious body systems including the musculoskeletal, digestive, nervous, and integumentary, as well as thespecial senses.PREREQUISITESNoneSTUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMESBy the end of this course, students will be able to:Define anatomy, physiology, and pathology.Define the process of homeostasis and explain that any pathological change is the result of a shift fromthe homeostatic state.Analyze the shift from homeostasis to pathological change in different body systems.Identify the terms referring to various locations, directions, planes, and sections of the body.Identify the microscopic structure and function of the cell as the building unit of the body.Describe the structure and functions of major types of membranes, tissues, and organs.
2STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (continued)Describe and identify the normal structure and function of the following systems:a.Musculoskeletal System.b.Gastrointestinal Systemc.Central and Peripheral Nervous System and special sense organsd.Integumentary SystemExplore general information resources to increase familiarity with the various body systems.REQUIRED RESOURCESTo improve student learning and provide students with a more enjoyable academic experience, an eText and/ordigital learning resources are provided for this course. These learning resources are preloaded into this courseand are accessible through the course Canvas site.For assistance with issues related to eText access, contact: [email protected]or call 973-278-5400 ext. 1540.GRADING SCALELetter GradeValueA90-100%B+85-89%B80-84%C+75-79%C70-74%D60-69%F<60MINIMUM PASSING GRADEThe minimum passing grade required for students enrolled in the surgical technology and LPN to B.S.N.programs is a C+ (75%); any grade below a C+ (75%) is a failing grade.The minimum passing grade required for students enrolled in the medical assistant; medical insurance, billing,and coding; patient care technician; and surgical processing technician programs is a C (70%); any grade belowa C (70%) is a failing grade.Students should refer to the respective Healthcare Supplement for academic progression and grading criteria.
3COURSE OUTLINE BY WEEKWK#Topic(s)Assignments(Estimated Time)Class EventsLearning Outcomes1Introduction toAnatomy andPhysiologySyllabus Review (1 hr)Chapter Reading (3 hrs)Homework Prep (2 hrs)Discussion Board (3 hrs)Class lecture,discussions, andgroup activitiesA. Define common definition ofanatomical structures and function.

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