Syllabus APK 4110C
University of Central Florida
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Date Created: 09/20/16
Physiology of Exercise (APK4110C) Fall 2016 Instructor: Bradley S. Gordon, Ph.D. Email: Bradley.email@example.com Office Hours: Tuesday 11 am – 1:30 pm, Thursday 3:30-‐6 pm or by appointment Phone: 407-‐823-‐3877 Office: ED320L Purpose: Understand 1) how acute exercise modifies the body’s normal physiology, 2) the mechanisms that regulate these changes, as well as 3) understand the physiological adaptations that occur following chronic exercise. Text Book: “Physiology of Sport and Exercise .” Sixth Edition. W. Larry Kenney, Jack H. Wilmore, and David L Costill. Human Kinetics. Course Outline (Subject to Change): Week 1 (August 23): Introduction to Course and Review of Anatomy & Physiology Week 2 (August 30): Bioenergetics Week 3 (September 6): Bioenergetics Week 4 (September 13): EXAM 1 (Bioenergetics) Week 5 (September 20): Energy Expenditure and Cardiovascular Physiology Week 6 (September 27): Cardiovascular Physiology Week 7 (October 4): EXAM 2 (Energy Expenditure, Cardiovascular) Week 8 (October 11): Respiratory Physiology Week 9 (October 18): Neuromuscular Physiology Week 10 (October 25): Neuromuscular Physiology Week 11 (November 1): EXAM 3 (Respiratory, Neuromuscular Physiology) Week 12 (November 8): Muscle Fatigue/Endocrine System Week 13 (November 15): Ergogenic Aids/Exercise and Aging Week 14 (November 22): Exercise and Disease Week 15 (November 29): TBD Week 16: FINAL EXAM (Muscle Fatigue, Endocrine System, Ergogenic Aids, Exercise and Aging, Exercise and Disease) Grading 4 Exams (each exam worth 25% of final grade) . Final grade is the average of 4 tests Final Grade = ((Exam 1 + Exam 2 +Exam 3 + Exam 4)/4) *100 -‐Exams must be taken on the scheduled day unless otherwise PREVIOUSLY cleared by the professor. -NO EXTRA CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN 90-‐100% = A 80-‐89% = B 70-‐79% = C 60-‐69% = D <60 = F Dispute of Exam Grade Review of exams will ONLY occur during scheduled office hour meeting with professor IMPORTANT INFORMATION Attendance Policy Class will start promptly at 1:30 PM. Attendance is not typically taken, however, frequent absences will likely be reflected by subsequent examination scores. Academic Honesty Plagiarism and cheating of any kind on an examination, quiz, or assignment will result at least in an "F" for that assignment (and may, depending on the severity of the case, lead to an "F" for the entire course) and may be subject to appropriate referral to the Office of Student Conduct for further action. See the UCF Golden Rule for further information. I will assume for this course that you will adhere to the academic creed of this University and will maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. In other words, don't cheat by giving answers to others or taking them from anyone else. I will also adhere to the highest standard s of academic integrity, so please do not ask me to change (or expect me to change) your grade illegitimately or to bend or break rules for one person that will not apply to everyone. Student Accessibility Services Statement The University of Central Flori da is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities. This syllabus is available in alternate formats upon request. Students with disabilities who need accommodations in this course must contact the professor at the begi nning of the semester to discuss needed accommodations. No accommodations will be provided until the student has met with the professor to request accommodations. Students who need accommodations must be registered with Student Accessibility Services, Ferrell Commons, 7F, Room 185, phone (407) 823 -‐2371, TTY/TDD only phone (407) 823 -‐2116, before requesting accommodations from the professor. Sexual Harassment Policy Title IX makes it clear that violence and harassment based on sex that interferes with educational opportunities is an offense subject to the same penalties as offenses based on other protected categories such as race, national origin, etc. If you or someone you know has been harassed or assaulted, you can find resources available to support the victim, including confidential resources, and information concerning reporting options at shield.ucf.edu. Perpetrators are subject to expulsion or termination and may also be subject to criminal penalties. Copyright This course may contain copyright protected materials such as audio or video clips, images, text materials, etc. These items are being used with regard to the Fair Use doctrine in order to enhance the learning environment. Please do not copy, duplicate, download or distribute these items. The use of these materials is strictly reserved for this online classroom environment and your use only. All copyright materials are credited to the copyright holder. Record of Academic Activity As of Fall 2014, all faculty members are required to document students' academic activity at the beginning of each course. In order to document that you began this course, please complete the quiz titled “Syllabus/Course Expectations Review” on Webcourses@UCF by the end of the first week of classes, or as soon as possible after adding the course. Failure to do so will result in a delay in the disbursement of your financial aid. Third-‐Party Software and FERPA During this course you migh t have the opportunity to use public online services and/or software applications sometimes called third -‐party software such as a blog or wiki. While some of these could be required assignments, you need not make any personally identifying information on a public site. Do not post or provide any private information about yourself or your classmates. Where appropriate you may use a pseudonym or nickname. Some written assignments posted publicly may require per sonal reflection/comments, but the assignments will not require you to disclose any personally identity -‐sensitive information. If you have any concerns about this, please contact your instructor. Record of Academic Activity As of Fall 2014, all faculty are required to document students’ activity at the beginning of each course. In order to document that you began this course, attendance will be recorded in Canvas (WebCourses@UCF). Failure to attend class will result in a delay in the disbursement of your fi nancial aid. Attendance will be in the form of a 1 question quiz under the assignments tab. You must also complete this quiz in order to participate in this class (i.e. tests, get grades, get credit for taking this class).
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