Anatomy and Physiology
Course Overview and Requirements
Prerequisites: Biology, Chemistry and Earth Science Credit
Required Text: Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology
Course Description: This is a semester long class to enable students to develop a comprehensive understanding of human anatomical design and function. A variety of class pedagogy will be used such as lecture, video, simulations, labs and dissection.
Requirements and Evaluation: Students will be evaluated by other informal and formal assessments. We will also have projects students will complete on various body systems.
Due Dates and Late Work Policy: Students will be submitting work daily but all work during the time we are on plan B must be submitted by 3pm on Friday. If the work is submitted after that time it will be considered later resulting in 50% off.
Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning: We will be using both forms of learning. During the week activities and videos primarily will be asynchronous but on Fridays will be meeting synchronously for office hours.
Grading: A = 90-100
B = 80-89
C = 70-79
D = 60-69
F = 0-59
Topics: We will be covering as many body systems as we can this semester. We will begin with general terminology and work our way through the systems in order of complexity.
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