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BIO 253 Anatomy and Physiology 2012-2013 Syllabus Template
Mount Olive College
Your professor, their email, phone number and office hours are available on the Moodle site for the course.

Division Chair: Mickael Cariveau, Ph.D. Division Chair email and phone: MCariveau@moc.edu; 919-658-7680 Course Description (4 sh): This course is directed toward providing pre-clinical concepts for nursing and other allied health professional students that includes a study of body organization, cytology, and histology, acid/base and fluid/electrolyte balance and all body systems including Integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, gastrointestinal, endocrine, reproductive, blood, lymphatic, cardiovascular, respiratory and renal. Basic principles of
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All homework assignments are on Moodle and are self-graded once completed. The deadline for completing each homework assignment is 11 pm on the Sunday following the class in which that chapter(s)’ material was presented. Homework assignments will close and will not be accessible once their due date and time have passed. Students must achieve a grade of C (70%) in order to pass this course and continue on to their clinical nursing rotations. A grade of C translates to an accumulation of at least 700 points throughout the course (see “Evaluation/Grading Scale” below).

Evaluation/Grading Scale Number 930-1000 900-929 870-899 830-869 800-829 770-799 700-769 600-699 >599 Letter A AB+ B BC+ C D F

Attendance Policy: Class starts at 6:00 pm and ends at 10:00 pm. Students are expected to be prompt. If a student is late, or leaves early, without proper documentation, the final grade may be affected. In case of emergency, notify the professor prior to the beginning of class by email. Homework for the next week will be expected in addition to the work missed. In the event that two or more classes are missed, the student will be required to retake the class. ATTENDANCE IS A NECESSITY. Students will be held accountable for missed in-class materials, exams and discussions due to their absence. NOTE: any test missed due to absence may ONLY be made up on the following Tuesday prior to the normal class

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