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Course Outline Bio 204 Anatomy January 4 2001 Department Biology Credit Hours 3 Prerequisite None General Education Scienti c Literacy Graduates can demonstrate an understanding of natural and behavioral scienti c principles technology and methods Personal Wellness Responsibility Graduates can recognize the value of personal wellness and have acquired principles and skills appropriate for maintaining a healthy lifestyle 10 Learning Outcomes Scienti c Literacy 7 and Personal Wellness Responsibility 10 1 Course Description A basic study of anatomy and physiology including body organization cellular and tissue structure and metabolism the structure of the skeletal muscular nervous systems special senses blood circulatory endocrine lymphatic respiratory digestive urinary and reproductive systems Demonstrations videos and practical applications support lecture topics Designed for students in nonscience concentrations Credit is not applicable to a science concentration or biology minor 11 Purpose of the Course This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the structure and function of the human body B10 204 Basic Anatomy and Physiology relates to the College s Learning Outcome 7 Scienti c Literacy or 10 Personal Wellness Responsibility and students can document leaming of either of these objectives for their portfolio It also gives students the opportunity to look at and discuss current health and science practices and application in their lives and society 111 College Learning Outcomes and Objectives Learning Outcome 7 Scientific Literacy Graduates can demonstrate an understanding of natural and behavioral scienti c principles technology and methods a They can distinguish between the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of natural phenomena b They can apply scienti c principles and methods to prove or disprove hypotheses c They can use theories to explain past observations and to predict answers to new questions d They can understand the uses of scienti c technology and their implications Learning Outcome 10 Personal Wellness Responsibility Graduates can recognize the value of personal wellness and have acquired principles and skills appropriate for maintaining a healthy lifestyle a They can describe the importance of health and wellness in their lives b They can examine their own lives and experiences to see the values they place on health and wellness c They are aware of the importance of those behaviors e g physical activity nutrition emotional and social outlets environmental and spiritual foundations etc that encourage well being d They can formulate speci c objectives for themselves to maintain a life of activity and healthy living IV Course Objectives Upon completion of this course the students should be able to 9 4 V39 0 gt1 Distinguish between anatomy and physiology and explain the concept that structure determines function at all levels of organization in the human body Compare the levels of structural organization of the human body Use basic anatomical terminology correctly in order to identify major areas and structures of the human body Identify the basic structures of the cell and explain the physiological role of the cell in the human body Demonstrate a basic knowledge of major tissues of the body as well as the organization of the skin and other membranes Demonstrate a basic understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the skeletal muscular nervous endocrine circulatory lymphatic respiratory digestive urinary and reproductive systems and name the representative organs of each of the systems Relate the structure and function of each of the systems to the maintenance of homeostasis in the total organism V Bibliography Gunstream Stanley E Anatomy amp Physiology with Integrated Study Guide 2quotd edition McGrawHill Higher Education 2000 Reading Assignment Breakdown Introduction to the Human Body Chemical Aspects of Life The Cell Tissues and Membranes The Integumentary System The Skeletal System The Muscle System The Nervous System The Senses The Endocrine System Blood Heart and Blood Vessels The Lymphatic System and Immunity The Respiratory System The Digestive System The Urinary System The Reproductive System Pregnancy Prenatal Development and Inheritance
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