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3.Completion of midterm examination on site (50 questions)4. Completion of final exam on site (__ questions, cumulative)Required ResourcesErlich, A. & Schroeder, C.L. (2016). 8thEdition. Medical Terminology for Health Professions. Albany, NY: Delmar. *Students are highly encouraged to complete textbook exercises at the end of each chapter to prepare them for quizzes and tests.CourseGrading13 Quizzes (lowest 2 dropped):30%Midterm Examination:30% Final Examination (cumulative):40%Grading Scale92 - 100A90 - 91A-88 - 89B+82 - 87B80 - 81B-78 - 79C+72 - 77C70 - 71C-68 - 69D+62 - 67D60 - 61D-59 & below F2
Statement on Academic Conduct and Support SystemsAcademic Conduct:Plagiarism – presenting someone else’s ideas as your own, either verbatim or recast in your own words – is a serious academic offense with serious consequences. Please familiarize yourself with the discussion of plagiarism in SCampusin Part B, Section 11, “Behavior Violating University Standards” policy.usc.edu/scampus-part-b. Other formsof academic dishonesty are equally unacceptable. See additional information in SCampus and university policies on scientific misconduct, .Support Systems:Student Counseling Services (SCS) – (213) 740-7711 – 24/7 on callFree and confidential mental health treatment for students, including short-term psychotherapy, group counseling, stressfitness workshops, and crisis intervention. engemannshc.usc.edu/counselingNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1 (800) 273-8255Provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Services (RSVP) – (213) 740-4900 – 24/7 on callFree and confidential therapy services, workshops, and training for situations related to gender-based harm. engemannshc.usc.edu/rsvpSexual Assault Resource CenterFor more information about how to get help or help a survivor, rights, reporting options, and additional resources, visit the website: sarc.usc.eduOffice of Equity and Diversity (OED)/Title IX Compliance – (213) 740-5086Works with faculty, staff, visitors, applicants, and students around issues of protected class. equity.usc.eduBias Assessment Response and SupportIncidents of bias, hate crimes and microaggressions need to be reported allowing for appropriate investigation and response. studentaffairs.usc.edu/bias-assessment-response-supportThe Office of Disability Services and Programs Provides certification for students with disabilities and helps arrange relevant accommodations. dsp.usc.eduStudent Support and Advocacy – (213) 821-4710Assists students and families in resolving complex issues adversely affecting their success as a student EX: personal, financial, and academic.