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Biol 2402 - Anatomy & Phys II
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Course Information Sheet BIOL 2402 4 3 3 Anatomy and Physiology II Jim Young Biology Department Division of Arts and Sciences Levelland Campus South Plains College Spring 2012 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Spring 2012 Jim Young Office S120 806 894 9611 ex 2636 voice mail capable email jyoung southplainscollege edu Office Hours Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 10 40 11 40 1 40 2 40 9 00 9 30 10 40 11 40 1 40 2 40 9 00 9 30 9 00 12 00 Purpose To provide a general understanding of human anatomy and physiology for those students in the allied health fields and to meet requirements for an Associate in Arts Degree or Associate in Science Degree as well as to meet the requirements of transfer students working toward a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree Objectives 1 2 3 To help the students acquire knowledge of normal development structures and functions of the human body To provide a foundation for the undergraduate college and university student To provide a foundation for understanding deviations from the normal in physiological function Prerequisites 1 You must have completed BIOL 2401 with a grade of C or better Anyone who has not completed BIOL 2401 will be dropped from the class before the 12th class day 2 You should have completed CHEM 1406 or its equivalent with a C or better If your major does not require Chemistry you will need to spend extra time and effort over and above your regular study time to make sure you understand everything in Chapter 2 of the Marieb and Hoehn text A P II involves much more chemistry than does A P I Due to the volume of information presented in this course you must be prepared to spend 15 hours or more per week outside of class studying the text lecture notes and the lab materials I have prepared outlines of the Power Point slides that you may purchase in the bookstore You will need to take additional notes during class and lab You must read the chapters in the text to gain more insight and explanation of the material presented in lecture Reading and studying the textbook is essential for this class Required Materials th Marieb Elaine N Hoehn Katja Human Anatomy Physiology 8 Edition comes bundled with A Brief Atlas of the Human Body 2nd Edition Study Card for My A P And Get Ready for A P by Lori K Garrett and Interactive Physiology OR ALTERNATE TEXT Saladin Kenneth Anatomy and Physiology The Unity of Form and Function 5th Edition 8 Answer Sheets These can be obtained at the SPC Bookstore Turn these in to me during the first week of class Outline of PowerPoint slides purchase at SPC Bookstore Optional Materials Student Study Guide Homan and Saladin Anatomy Physiology Anatomy Coloring book Anatomy and Physiology Flashcards rd Clinical Application for Anatomy Physiology Saladin 3 Ed Do Not Be Late For Class I will not tolerate tardiness to my classes Allow time to drive find a parking place and still be in your seat a couple of minutes before class starts Being late for class is rude behavior shows a lack of respect for me and your fellow classmates and should never happen Attendance Policy Attendance at all classes and labs is mandatory In order for you to master the material presented it is essential that you attend every lecture and lab A STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR INITIATING HIS HER OWN WITHDRAWAL if that becomes necessary A student may be administratively dropped from the class after missing a total of 3 absences during the semester If a student is administratively i e instructor initiated withdrawn from the class the grade appearing on the transcript will be a F If you decide to stop attending class it is your responsibility to take the proper action to have this course officially dropped from your schedule as soon as possible to prevent being administratively dropped with an F Last day to drop is Tuesday April 24th Arrive to class on time Two tardies will be equivalent to one absence Come to class prepared by reading lecture and lab assignments and studying previous notes For additional information regarding the spring semester calendar spring registration schedule and drop withdrawal policy and procedures refer to the Spring 2012 Class Schedule which is available from the Admissions and Records office or online at www southplainscollege edu For additional information about SPC policies regarding class attendance drops and withdrawals academic probation and suspension academic integrity student conduct student records etc please refer to the SPC General Catalog which is available from the Admissions and Records office Exams There will be a total of 6 exams given this semester Your final the 6th exam will be partly comprehensive includes questions from the entire course and partly over the new material since the 5th exam The final will be given during final exam week All exams should be taken on the scheduled day and class time There will be a 10 point deduction from your exam score if you take the exam with another one of my classes other than your own All exams will count There will be no make up exams If you miss a major exam your final exam score will be counted twice All other missed major exams will result in a grade of zero for that exam There will be no outside projects papers or assignments to replace or raise an exam average You will need to bring a 2 pencil on the day of an exam FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE section 006 Tuesday May 8th at 10 15 12 15 section 007 Tuesday May 8th at 1 00 3 00 Class Material I will use PowerPoint to present most of the lectures this semester You will not be able to copy all the information from the screen so the outlines of the PowerPoint lectures will be made available for purchase at the bookstore Do not make copies of the PowerPoint lectures in the Technology Center The PowerPoint lectures may be viewed from blackboard Other study aids will be made available on the web and in the A P audio visual tutorial lab in the library You will need to have access to the internet If you do not have access at home you can use the Technology Center on campus Class Rules 1 2 3 4 5 6 Eating is not allowed in class or lab Drinks must have a cover will be allowed in class but not labs Do not be late for class Make it a habit to be on time Attending lecture but skipping lab and vice versa counts as an absence Prepare for each class by studying and reviewing the previous lecture or lectures and reading the text ahead of time over that days lecture Use your time in lab wisely Do not waste it with needless


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