Igor V. Oksov, Ph.D
Union County Community College
Phone: (908) 709-7170
Office: Cranford, S210
TEXTBOOK: Human Anatomy and Physiology, Elaine N. Marieb, Katja Hoehn. 9th edition
The Benjamin Cummings Publishing Company, New York, NY
LAB MANUAL: Human Anatomy & Physiology Manual, Elaine N. Marieb, 10th edition
BIO 106 is the second part in A&P sequel. The course is designed for pre-nursing, pre-physical therapy and other allied health students. The course specifically deals with endocrine , blood, cardiovascular , respiratory , digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. Students will have 3 hours of lectures and 3 hour lab each week.
Students will have 5 tests during the semester. Tests 1, 2, 3 and 4 will include 50 multiple choice questions and will be based on current material, covered in lectures. Final test # 5 is comprehensive and will include around 100 multiple choice questions.
Students, who fail to take all five tests, will automatically receive an F as a grade.
There are no makeup for tests given, except at the discretion of the instructor. All makeup's are given at the end of the semester.
Attendance is required/expected of all students.
Students wishing to review their tests MUST do so before the next test is given.
There are no extra credit projects or term papers that may be done in this course. Students are expected to observe their instructor’s policy with respect to late class arrivals. Students are not permitted to arrive more than 15 minutes late for the class, regardless of the circumstances.
final grade for the course is determined by your grade in both lecture and
60% of Final grade = Exam 1(10%) + Exam 2 (10%) + Exam 3 (10%) + Exam 4 (10%) + Final Exam (20%)
40% of Final Grade = Lab Grade
A = 90-100
B+ = 87-89
B = 80 – 86
C+ = 77 – 79
= 70 – 76
D+ = 67 – 69
D = 60
– 66 F
= 0 – 59
Smoking or eating is NOT permitted in any classroom.
Students needing extra help should:
1. Seek assistance from their instructor. Check the department schedule for my office hours. My door is “always open. Do not hesitate to come see me about course material or problems that may be affecting your studies.
2. Seek assistance from Academic Learning Center located in the Library of each Campus.
Students should be aware of the College’s policy concerning cheating/plagiarism as outlined on the Student Handbook. This policy will be enforced to maximum.
All electronic devices (cell phones, etc.) must be turned off and stored off desks and out of sight during all tests and quizzes. If the electronic device is used, goes off, or is visibly observed by the instructor during a testing experience, the student may be given a failing grade, as low as zero. All of these restrictions equally apply to students reviewing exams at a later date.
Students requesting a late withdrawal (a grade of W) after the last official posted date to withdraw and before the first date of the official final examination period will have a grade of F recorded on their transcripts unless a late withdrawal form is submitted and approved by the professor(s). Students requesting late withdrawals should submit a written statement of special appeal based on extraordinary circumstance with supporting documentation from a physician, employer, attorney, military official, etc. to the appropriate professor(s) for approval or disapproval. Students requesting a late withdrawal from a lab science courses must get the approval and signature of both professors. If the professor(s) approves the late withdrawal, the form must then be sent by the professor(s) to the Registrar (who will forward a copy to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the department chair, and the student). Please be reminded that the statement of personal reasons for appeal will be treated confidentially. Please note: this form is for one course only; students requesting withdrawal from the college must follow the policies as posted in the current Student Handbook and College Catalog.
TENTATIVE LECTURE SCHEDULE
16 The Endocrine System
18 Cardiovascular System - Heart
Exam # 1 - Chapters 16, 17 and 18
19 Cardiovascular System - Blood Vessels
20 Lymphatic System
21 Immune System
Exam # 2 – Chapters 19, 20 and 21
24 Metabolism and Nutrition
Exam # 3 – Chapters 22, 23 and 24
25 Urinary System
26 Reproductive System
Exam # 4 – Chapters 25, 26
Exam # 5 Final - Chapters 16 - 26
Water and Electrolytes
Practice Test 1
Practice Test 2
Practice Test 3
Practice Test 4