For a general description of the minor program, see Undergraduate Education. Inquiries Additional information regarding undergraduate academic programs and research opportunities may be obtained from the Biology Education OfficeRoom Students may choose from among the following fields of specialization. Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Structural Biology focus on improving our understanding of molecular processes central to life.
You are about to begin an exciting and wondrous adventure into the structure of the human body. It will undoubtedly be a journey filled with amazing observations. There will be much to learn with an investment of a lot of time, energy and effort in this process.
For many of you this course will begin the foundation for your careers in the health care field. As such, the material will need to be learned, not merely memorized.
Learning requires a high level of understanding and will allow you to not only know information BUT more importantly be able to apply your knowledge. The ability to do so will extend the value of this course will far beyond the boundaries of your transcript, into your careers and lives.
In this syllabus you will find descriptions of what you can expect from this course, from me as your instructor, and perhaps most importantly, what is expected of you. Please read through the following information carefully: It is an in depth study of the microscopic and macroscopic structures of the human body systems.
This course is designed to satisfy the anatomy requirements for degrees in nursing, physician assistant, physical therapy, dental hygiene, dentistry, pharmacy, occupational therapy, and others. It is in your best interest to take a general biology class prior to enrolling in anatomy if you either do not remember general biology or have not adequately learned the material.
I will be asking students to self administer a competency exam on his or her understanding of general biology concepts specifically cellular biology.
There will be a downloadable General Biology Quiz that all students can take by downloading it from our Biology 47 course webpage http: There is a review of general cellular biology in chapter 2 of the textbook.
This class will include 3 hrs of lecture and 6 hrs of lab weekly. The fundamentals of anatomy will be introduced through the lectures and laboratory demonstrations and activities.
The laboratory portion of the class consists of the examination and study of models, histological slides, preserved and unpreserved animal materials cats and sheepand human cadavers. As your instructor I am here to facilitate your education by 1.
I will try to make it fun and interesting and will do what I can to help you, however, I cannot learn it for you - that is your responsibility.
It is your responsibility to ask questions when you do not understand, please do not hesitate to ask. With time, energy and effort you can learn and be successful, however making the time and providing the energy and effort is up to you. If you have a learning or physical need that will require special accommodations in this class you will need to notify me in writing of your accommodation needs.
West Valley College makes reasonable accommodations for persons with documented disabilities. College materials will be available in alternate formats Braille, audio, electronic format, or large print upon request. In addition to the scheduled class meetings, plan on spending additional time in the library and in the student study room SM55F.
To get the most out of this class you should expect to devote as much as hours a week in and out of class. For the average student to earn the average grade they should devote 2 hours outside of class to learn the information presented in one hour of class.
To be good at anything takes practice. The amount of time you spend in and outside of class will determine how well you do in the course. Students are expected to attend and participate in ALL lectures and lab classes.
Students are encouraged to remain active participants in both lectures and laboratory classes. Class involvement will not only make the course more interesting, but will also facilitate student understanding, learning and retention. All students are expected to arrive to class on time.
You should be prepared for both lecture and lab. If you miss a lecture it is up to you to get the notes from someone in class. It is not appropriate to simply ask the instructor to email the notes to you.Exam makeup: If absent from an exam, you must present an official, university-approved excuse, accompanied by appropriate written and verifiable documentation.
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