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BIOL 2402 | Anderson | Spring 2011 | Greenville Center: Home



Students will be given the following opportunities to demonstrate knowledge of class material:

Lecture 50%        Four lecture exams over assigned chapters from text.
 5% Online & In class Quizzes
 5% One Article Summary (APA format)
10% Comprehensive Final Exam
Laboratory 30% Four lab exams -- emphasis on anatomy.  Microscopic work and written assignments.  Physiology experiments.

Penalty for a missed test: see "Make up of Tests"
Two (2) weeks to make up a lecture test with a maximum grade of an 80.  Two (2) weeks to make up a missed lab exam with a maximum grade of 60.
Ten (10) points off each class day assignment is late.  There is no extra credit.

Makeup of Tests

A student may only make up one exam in this course for the semester; additional missed exams will result in an F for the course.  All examsmust be made up within two weeks of dat first given.  The maximum grade for any late test taken within the two week period will be 80 points.  After two weeks, the missed exam may be made-up for a maximum grade of 70 if the student is  passingStudents who miss the final exam will be given an F for the course.


Syllabus | BIOL 2402 | Anderson

BIOL 2402                   Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Instructor Cheryl D. Anderson


Class Meetings              T R    11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Mondays Rm GC-218
Lab GC-214                  
M 1:00 p.m. to 3:40 p.m.

Instructor's E-mail:
Instructor's Phone:  (W) 903-454-9333 x 717
Office Hours:

Monday      8:30 a.m. - 9:35 a.m.    3:30 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Wednesday 8:30 a.m. - 9:35 a.m. 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday     7:45 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. 2:20 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Please make an appointment on Fridays


Required Textbooks:
Marieb, Elaine N. and Katja Hoehn.  (2009).  Human Anatomy & Physiology.  San Francisco,
             CA:  Benjamin Cummings, Inc.

Used books usually are available.

Text Package should include:

  • text, A Brief Atlas of the Human Body, 2nd ed.
  • CD-ROM Interactive Physiology 10 System Suite
  • ISBN-10:  0-8053-6117-0
  • Student Access Code for Mastering A&P Online system.

 Handouts | Students are responsible for having all handouts.

Paris Junior College Educational Role and Mission

As an open door community college, the mission of Paris Junior College is to provide a comprehensive college experience with national and international involvement meeting the educational and cultural needs of all students by offering quality general education for freshmen and sophomores leading to associate degrees or certificates.

Goals and Objectives of the Course

Upon successful completion of the course, students will have demonstrated proficiency in the following areas:

  1. practical and working knowledge of basic  human anatomy
  2. understanding of the inter-relations of the human body systems
  3. basic physiology of each human body system

This is a lecture course presented using Power Point.  This course is Web-enchanced with materials made available on WebCT including class notes, study guides, etc.  In addition, students will take quizzes online in WebCT or in Mastering A&P over lecture material.  It is the student's responsibility to print off materials available on WebCT to bring to class and to keep track of quizzes posted on WebCT & in Master A&P and take them within the allotted time frame.  Group activities will also be included, along with cass discussions.  There is also a laboratory component.

Major Course Requirements:

  1. attend class a minimm of 75 % of class days (no more than 4 absences)
  2. attend laboratory a minimum of 75 % of scheduled periods (no more than 4 absences)
  3. complete testing and laboratory assignments in a timely and satisfactory manner.

Course Description | BIOL 2402 | Human Anatomy & Physiology

Continuation of BIOL: 2401.  A study of the structure and functions of the organ systems of the human body.  Particular emphasis will be placed on physiology.
Lab required.

Prerequisuit:  BIOL 2401

Special Needs

Students with special needs or diabilities are encouraged to contact a counselor or advisor from the Counseling Advising Center by calling 903-454-9333 to arrange an appointment to begin the process.

Services for students with diabilities are coordinated by the Counseling/Advising Center.  The college is committed to assisting qualified students as completely as possible.  Services include the arrangement for accommodations and services to allow equal access to education opportunities for students with disabilities.

After your conference with a counselor on this campus, I will be glad to help you with your accommodations.