Bio 241 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology

Tentative Course Schedule* (see Canvas for updates and assignments)

Week

Date

Topics

Text

1

1/6

Study of A&P (Anatomical Terms, Homeostasis)

Ch1

1/7

Lab1: Study of A&P (Anatomical Terms)

 

1/8

Life, Energy, Matter (Chemistry)

Ch2

1/9

Lab2: Organ Systems and  Chemistry

 

1/10

CONFERENCE

 

2

1/13

Life, Energy, Matter (Chemistry)

Ch2

1/14

Lab3: Cells (Microscopy)

Ch3

1/15

Cells

 

1/16

Lab4: Cells (Membrane Transport, Mitosis), Tissues

Ch4

1/17

CONFERENCE

 

3

1/20

HOLIDAY – NO CLASS

 

1/21

Lab5: Tissues

Ch4

1/22

Tissues

 

1/23

Lab6: EXAM 1

Ch1 - 4

1/24

CONFERENCE

 

4

1/27

Integument

Ch5

1/28

Lab7: Integument Discussion

 

1/29

Skeletal System

Ch6

1/30

Lab8: Skeletal System

Ch7, 8

1/31

CONFERENCE

 

5

2/3

Skeletal System

Ch7, 8

2/4

Lab9: Skeletal System, Joints

Ch9

2/5

Joints, Muscle

Ch10

2/6

Lab10: Chicken Leg Dissection

 

2/7

CONFERENCE

 

6

2/10

Muscle

Ch10

2/11

Lab11: Muscle

Ch10, 11

2/12

Muscle

 

2/13

Lab12: Muscle

 

2/14

CONFERENCE

 

7

2/17

HOLIDAY – NO CLASS

 

2/18

Lab13: Exam 2

Ch1 - 11

2/19

Blood

Ch19 - 21

2/20

Lab14: Cardiovascular System I

 

2/21

CONFERENCE

 

8

2/24

Cardiovascular System

 

2/25

Lab15: Cardiovascular System II

 

2/26

Cardiovascular System

 

2/27

Lab16: Cardiovascular System III

 

2/28

CONFERENCE

 

9

3/3

Respiratory System

Ch23

3/4

Lab17: Respiratory

 

3/5

Respiratory

 

3/6

Lab18: Respiratory, Lymphatic and Immune

Ch22

3/7

CONFERENCE

 

10

3/10

Lymphatic and Immune

 

3/11

Lab19: Lymphatic and Immune

 

3/12

Lymphatic and Immune

 

3/13

Lab20: Project Presentations

 

3/14

CONFERENCE

 

11

3/17

Project Presentations

Ch20

3/18

OPEN

 

3/19

REVIEW

 

3/20

FINAL EXAM

 

*Please note that the instructor reserves the right to alter the schedule, assignments, test dates, grading procedures, etc., at any point in time during the class, due to schedule conflicts, new/different assignments, new approaches, etc., based upon the instructor’s professional judgment.