Sep 25, 2021  
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BIO 733 - Health Science Anatomy

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Open
Offers the student basic concepts in human anatomical structure with relation to body functions. The course covers all major body systems with emphasis on structure. This accompanying lab will reinforce lecture with cat dissection.
Prerequisite: H.S. Biology & Chemistry or equivalent
Competencies
  1. Comply with safety and health rules.
    1. Explain appropriate safety procedures for the laboratory.
    2. Demonstrate appropriate safety procedures for the laboratory.
    3. Identify the locations of safety equipment in the laboratory room.
  2. Demonstrate laboratory skills.
    1. Distinguish among laboratory supplies.
    2. Show competence in the use of laboratory equipment.
    3. Use the metric system.
    4. Demonstrate respect for and care of laboratory equipment.
  3. Use laboratory microscopes.
    1. Identify major parts of the microscope.
    2. Demonstrate proper technique in the use of a microscope.
    3. Demonstrate proper care of the microscope.
  4. Demonstrate dissection techniques on a cat model.
  5. Identify anatomical topography.
    1. Demonstrate anatomical position.
    2. Identify planes used to study the body and its parts.
    3. Identify directional anatomical terminology.
    4. Identify regional anatomical terminology.
    5. Identify body cavities and membranes and linings.
  6. Identify levels of structural organization of the human body.
    1. Identify the components of a cell.
    2. Identify the various types of human tissue.
    3. Name the major organ systems and list the organs associated with each.
  7. Identify components of body support and movement systems.
    1. Point out the structures of the integumentary system.
    2. Identify the structures of the skeleton.
    3. Identify and compare the types of joints.
    4. Identify muscles and muscle tissue.
    5. Compare structural interactions among levels of organization in the body.
  8. Identify the structures of the body control systems.
    1. Identify the structure of the nervous tissue.
    2. Identify the structures of the nervous system.
    3. Identify the structures of the central nervous system.
    4. Identify the structures of the peripheral nervous system.
    5. Identify the structures of the reflex arc.
    6. Identify the structures of the autonomic nervous system.
    7. Identify the structures of the special senses.
    8. Identify the structures of the endocrine system.
  9. Identify the components of the body maintenance systems.
    1. Identify components of blood.
    2. Identify the structures of the heart.
    3. Identify blood vessels and their structure.
    4. Identify the structures of the lymphatic system.
    5. Identify the structures of the respiratory system.
    6. Identify the structures of the urinary system.
    7. Identify the structures of the digestive system.
  10. Identify the structures involved in the continuity of human life.
    1. Identify the structures of the female reproductive system.
    2. Identify the structures of the male reproductive system.



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