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Ge258 17 syllabus
Ge258 17 syllabus
Ge258 17 syllabus
Ge258 17 syllabus
Ge258 17 syllabus
Ge258 17 syllabus
Ge258 17 syllabus
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  • 1. GE258 Human Anatomy and Physiology I [Onsite]Course Description:This course provides a systems focused study of the anatomy and physiology of the humanbody. Topics build from a foundation in structural organization, basic chemistry,and the study ofcells and tissues to system structure and function. These systems include integumentarysystem, bones and skeletal tissues, joints, muscles, nervous system, special senses, and theendocrine system. The course includes a wet laboratory component.Prerequisite(s) and/or Corequisite(s):None.Credit hours: 4Contact hours: 50 (30 Theory Hours, 20 Lab Hours)
  • 2. Human Anatomy and Physiology I SyllabusSyllabus: Human Anatomy and Physiology IInstructor: ________________________________________Office hours: ________________________________________Class hours: ________________________________________Major Instructional Areas1. Introduction to the structure and function of the human body2. The integumentary system3. The skeletal system4. The muscular system5. The nervous system6. The sense organs7. The endocrine systemCourse Objectives1. Describe the interactions between each of the organ systems in the human body.2. Relate the study of biological chemistry to the field of human anatomy and physiology.3. Differentiate between the anatomy and physiology of cells and tissues.4. Explain the structure, function, and common disorders affecting the integumentary system.5. Examine the structure, function, and common disorders affecting the skeletal system.6. Examine the structure, function, and common disorders affecting the muscular system.7. Describe how bones and muscles work in combination to produce movement of the body.©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 3. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Syllabus8. Examine the structure, function, and common disorders affecting the central nervous system.9. Examine the structure, function, and common disorders affecting the peripheral nervous system.10. Examine the structure, function, and common disorders affecting the sense organs.11. Examine the structure, function, and common disorders affecting the endocrine system.SCANS ObjectivesSCANS is an acronym for Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills. Thecommittee, created by the National Secretary of Labor in the early 1990s, created a list of skillsand competencies that the committee feels are necessary for employees to function in a high-tech job market.1. Use laboratory materials and space efficiently.2. Participate as a member of a team when completing lab assignments.3. Organize, interpret, and communicate information.4. Work well with students of both genders and students from diverse backgrounds.5. Select appropriate tools and equipment to solve problems in the laboratory setting.6. Retrieve and accurately interpret written information.7. Receive, attend to, interpret, and respond to verbal messages and other cues from the teacher and classmates.8. Recognize problems and devise and implement a plan of action in the laboratory setting.Course OutlineNote: All graded activities, Final Exam and the Final Lab Practical, are listed below in the patternof <Unit Number>.<Assignment Number>. For example, Lab 6.2 refers to the 2nd lab activity inUnit 6. Unit Activities©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 4. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Syllabus Unit Activities 1—  Content Covered: Overview of the Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Body o Chapter 1, “The Human Body: An Orientation” o Chapter 2, “Chemistry Comes Alive”  Labs: 1.1 2—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Cell Anatomy and o Chapter 3, “Cells: The Living Units” Physiology  Labs: 2.1  Assignments: 2.1 3—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Tissues o Chapter 4, “Tissues: The Living Fabric”  Quizzes: 3.1  Lab Practicals: 3.1  Labs: 3.1 4—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Human Anatomy o Chapter 5, “The Integumentary System” and Physiology of the Integumentary  Unit Exams: 4.1 System  Lab Practicals: 4.1  Labs: 4.1  Assignments: 4.1 5—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Human Anatomy o Chapter 6, “Bones and Skeletal Tissues” and Physiology of the Skeletal o Chapter 7, “The Skeleton” System o Chapter 8, “Joints”©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 5. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Syllabus Unit Activities  Labs: 5.1 6—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Human Anatomy o Chapter 9, “Muscles and Muscle Tissue” and Physiology of the Muscular o Chapter 10, “The Muscular System” System  Quizzes: 6.1  Labs: 6.1-6.2 7—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Human Anatomy o Chapter 11, “Fundamentals of the and Physiology of Nervous System and Nervous Tissue” the Central Nervous System o Chapter 12, “The Central Nervous System  Unit Exams: 7.1  Lab Practicals: 7.1  Labs: 7.1 8—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Human Anatomy o Chapter 13, “The Peripheral Nervous and Physiology of System and Reflex Activity” the Peripheral Nervous System o Chapter 14, “The Autonomic Nervous System”  Quizzes: 8.1  Labs: 8.1-8.2  Assignments: 8.1 9—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Human Anatomy o Chapter 15, “The Special Senses” and Physiology of the Sense Organs  Unit Exams: 9.1  Lab Practicals: 9.1©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 6. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Syllabus Unit Activities  Labs: 9.1 10—  Read from Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7th ed.: Human Anatomy and Physiology of o Chapter 16, “The Endocrine System” the Endocrine  Labs: 10.1-10.2 System  Assignments: 10.1 11—  Course Review Course Review and Final Exam  Final Exam  Final Lab Practicals: 11.1Instructional MethodsIn this course, you will be given the opportunity to learn the structure and functions of the humanbody. You will be evaluated through assignments, laboratory exercises, quizzes, unit exams, andlab practicals. These activities will assess your understanding of human anatomy and your abilityto identify various structures in the human body. Lecture presentations, discussions, and small-group work will be used to instruct and review the content of this course.Numerous resources beyond your textbook and laboratory manual have been provided to aid inyour study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Accessing these resources will beinstrumental in your success throughout this course.You are expected to complete your own work on all assignments. Presenting work that is notyour own without proper citation is plagiarism. All citations utilized in your assignments mustfollow the APA formatting style.Instructional Materials and ReferencesStudent Textbook Package©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 7. Human Anatomy and Physiology I SyllabusHutchinson, Matt, Jon Mallatt, Elaine N. Marieb, and Patricia Brady Wilhelm. A Brief Atlas of theHuman Body. 2 nd ed. San Francisco: Pearson Benjamin Cummings, 2007. Interactive Physiology 10-System Suite. The Best Way to Learn the Hardest Part of A&P. SanFrancisco: Pearson Benjamin Cummings, 2008.Marieb, Elaine N., and Katja Hoehn. Human Anatomy & Physiology. Custom 7 th ed. SanFrancisco: Pearson Benjamin Cummings, 2011.Marieb, Elaine N., and Katja Hoehn. MyA&P and The Anatomy & Physiology Place Student Access Card for Human Anatomy & Physiology. San Francisco: Pearson Benjamin Cummings,2011.Marieb, Elaine N., and Susan J. Mitchell. Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual:Fetal Pig Version. Custom 9 th ed. San Francisco: Pearson Benjamin Cummings, 2011.References ITT Tech Virtual Library Log on to the ITT Tech Virtual Library at http://www.library.itt-tech.edu/ to access online books, journals, and other reference resources selected to support ITT Tech curricula. Books You may click “Books” or use the “Search” function on the home page to find the following books.ITT Tech Virtual Library> Main Menu> Books> Netlibrary>  Layman, Dale P. Physiology Demystified. New York: McGraw-Hill Professional, 2004.©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 8. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Syllabus  Montgomery, Royce L., and Kurt O. Gilland. Appleton & Lange Review of Anatomy (6 th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003.  Pack, Phillip E. Cliffs Quick Review Anatomy and Physiology. New York: Cliff Notes, 2001.ITT Tech Virtual Library> Main Menu> Books> Ebrary>  Layman, Dale, P. Anatomy Demystified. New York: McGraw-Hill Professional, 2004.  Leonard, Robert, J. Human Gross Anatomy: An Outline Text. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. Periodicals You may click “Periodicals” or use the “Search” function on the home page to find the following periodicals.ITT Tech Virtual Library> Main Menu> Periodicals> EbscoHost>  CINAHL Plus with Full Text Search nursing and allied health journals Reference Resources You may click “Reference Resources” or use the “Search” function on the home page to find the following reference resources. ITT Tech Virtual Library> Main Menu> Reference Resources> Grammar, Writing, and Style  APA Style Style information from the American Psychological Association  Plagiarism: What It Is and How to Recognize and Avoid It An article by the Writing Tutorial Services, Indiana University, Bloomington, INOther References The following online resources may be found outside of the ITT Tech Virtual Library.©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 9. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Syllabus Web sites  Center for Human Simulation – University of Colorado http://www.uchsc.edu/sm/chs/open.html (accessed 8/11/2008)Human anatomy simulations and 3D models  Cadaver Dissection Videos http://www.lawrencegaltman.com/Naugbio/CADAVER/GALLERY.htm (accessed8/11/2008)Video footage from the University of Wisconsin Medical College cadaver dissections for thestudy of Anatomy  Visible Human Project http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/visible/visible_human.html (accessed 8/11/2008) Complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional models of the normal male and female human bodies produced from cadaver sections  University of Minnesota Web Anatomy http://msjensen.cehd.umn.edu/webanatomy/ (accessed 8/11/2008) Collection of study aids for anatomy and physiology  Lone Star College – North Harris Anatomy & Physiology I WWW Sites http://science.nhmccd.edu/biol/ap1.html (accessed 8/11/2008) Collection of web links for anatomy and physiology, chemistry, and related sciences  Loyola University Medical Education Network—Master Muscle List http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/GrossAnatomy/dissector/mml/ind ex.htm (accessed 8/11/2008) A quick reference for information on the origin, insertion, nerve supply, and action of any given muscle in the body©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 10. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Syllabus  University of Delaware—Histology http://www.udel.edu/biology/Wags/histopage/histopage.htm (accessed 8/11/2008) Collections of color and low-magnification histology images, cell and tissue ultrastructure images, and 3D models.  Loyola University Medical Education Network (LUMEN) http://www.lumen.luc.edu/lumen/meded/Histo/frames/histo_frames.html (accessed 8/11/2008) Collection of histology slides that can be used for study and review All links to Web references outside of the ITT Tech Virtual Library are always subject to change without prior notice.Course Evaluation and GradingEvaluation Criteria TableThe final grades will be based on the following categories: CATEGORY WEIGHT Assignments 10% Labs 20% Quizzes 10% Unit Exams 30%©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010
  • 11. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Syllabus CATEGORY WEIGHT Lab Practicals 15% Final Exam 15% Total 100%Note: Students are responsible for abiding by the Plagiarism Policy.Grade Conversion TableThe final grades will be calculated from the percentages earned in the course, as follows: A 90–100% 4.0 B+ 85–89% 3.5 B 80–84% 3.0 C+ 75–79% 2.5 C 70–74% 2.0 D+ 65–69% 1.5 D 60–64% 1.0 F <60% 0.0For this course, the student must achieve a C grade to continue with courses in the HealthScience programs.©ITT Educational Services, Inc. Date: 8/17/2010

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