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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



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