BIO 232 Syllabus
Division: Arts and Sciences Date: January 2014
Curricula in Which Course is Taught: Science, First Year Studies
Course Number and Title: BIO 232, Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Credit Hours: 4 Hours/Wk Lecture: 3 Hours/Wk Lab: 3 Lec/Lab Comb: 4
I. Catalog Description: Integrates the study of gross and microscopic anatomy with physiology, emphasizing the analysis and interpretation of physiological data. Prerequisites one year of college biology and one year of college chemistry or divisional approval. Lecture 3 hours. Recitation and laboratory 3 hours. Total 6 hours per week.
II. Relationship of the course to curricula objectives in which it is taught:
It supports an understanding of the natural world through the methodology of science and thus supports the development of the critically reflective student and citizen. This is a transfer level natural science course which meets natural science requirements in transfer degree programs and liberal arts elective course requirements.
III. Required background:
Non developmental in reading and writing
MTE 05 completion or competence
IV. Course Content:
1. A comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the following body systems:
a. Endocrine System
b. Cardiovascular System
c. Respiratory System
d. Urinary System
e. Digestive System
f. Lymphatic System
g. Reproductive System
V. Learner Outcomes
The student will:
A. Know and understand basic principles and concepts of human anatomy and physiological covered in the course content.
B. Be able to identify body structures and functions.
C. Be able to use scientific equipment such as microscopes to identify different types of human tissues, be able to identify skeletal and muscular components of the human body in greater depth than the 141-142 sequence.
All students are required to complete lab practicals, using microscopes, specimens, and models.
All students will complete lab practicals which involve dissection of selected organisms.
VII. This course supports the following objectives:
DCC Educational Objectives