BS-103-Master-Syllabus-2010

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Anatomy & Physiology
BS 103
Master Syllabus 2010-2011
Dr. Esther Hager
Office: A-341-A
Phone: 973-684-8210
Email: [email protected]
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Introduction to the basic structural and functional relationships of the human body at
the cellular, organ, and system levels, including the major histological and gross anatomical
structures of the skeletal, muscular, nervous & sensory organs. Anatomy emphasized in the
laboratory. Knowledge of chemistry is required.
3 hours lecture; 3 hours laboratory
COURSE OBJECTIVES
 Demonstrate the knowledge of the anatomical structures of the following: Cells, tissues,
integument, skeleton, joints, muscles and nervous system.
 Develop laboratory skills in dissection with the corresponding identification of structures
in the sensory organs and nervous system.
 Demonstrate basic competence in the use of the microscope.
 Students will demonstrate understanding of basic terminology, major concepts and
fundamental theories in science.
 Students will analyze a problem and draw conclusion from data and evidence by
applying the scientific method.
 Students will apply scientific theories and principles to solving current issues and
problems.
REQUIRED TEXTS
1.) ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY BY THIBODEAU AND
PATTON – 7TH EDITION
2.) HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LAB MANUAL BY
ELAINE MARIEB, MAIN VERSION 9TH EDITION
RECOMMENDED BUT
NOT REQUIRED
1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)
ACCOMPANYING STUDY GUIDE
STUDY CARDS
LABORATORY ATLAS BY EDER et. al.
CD-ROM – Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (strongly
recommend)
ALL MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE.
DISABILITY STATEMENT: If you have a disability and believe you need accommodations in
my classroom, please see your counselor or the Director of Student Development, in the
Counseling Department. If your require testing accommodations, you must notify me one week
in advance of the test.
ATTENDANCE
Attendance is required for ALL lectures.
Attendance is required for ALL labs.
*Absence from 2 or more labs will result in automatic failure for the lab component of the
course.
EXAMS
ALL EXAMS ARE ANNOUNCED AND SCHEDULED IN ADVANCE. THERE ARE NO
SURPRISE TESTS. THERE ARE NO MAKE-UP EXAMS. IF YOU MISS A LECTURE EXAM
YOU WILL RECEIVE A ZERO. SEE ME IMMEDIATELY IF YOU ANTICIPATE ANY
PROBLEMS. THERE ARE NO MAKE-UPS FOR LAB PRACTICALS OR EXAMS. IF YOU
MISS A PRACTICAL OR EXAM, YOU WILL RECEIVE A ZERO.
GRADING AND METHODS OF EVALUATION
LECTURES WILL COUNT 2/3 OF YOUR TOTAL GRADE. LAB WILL COUNT
1/3 OF YOUR TOTAL GRADE.
LECTURE EXAM I
LECTURE EXAM II
LECTURE EXAM III
LECTURE EXAM IV
FINAL LECTURE EXAM
LECTURE TOTAL
LAB-BONE EXAM (WRITTEN)
LAB-BONE EXAM (PRACTICAL)
LAB –FINAL PRACTICAL
LAB-FINAL WRITTEN
LAB REPORTS & CLASS PARTICIPATION
LAB TOTAL
GRAND TOTAL
13%
13%
13%
13%
15%
67%
7.5%
7.5%
7.5%
7.5%
3%
33%
100%
THERE IS NO EXTRA CREDIT. THERE ARE NO TERM PAPERS.
IF YOU FAIL THE LAB PORTION YOU AUTOMATICALLY FAIL THE COURSE!
GRADING SYSTEM
The following grades can be earned:
A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, D, F.
If you are a science major or plan to enter the allied health fields, you must earn a
minimum grade of C.
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