Human Anatomy & Physiology Orientation

(Cliff Belleau - Adjunct Instructor)

I look forward to working with you this semester. Together, we will explore the most complex organism in the universe, The Human Body.

Before we start, it's important that you review and understand all the topics covered in my orientation. The most important idea covered in this orientation is "shared responsibilities and shared expectations".

The links below provide "printable pages" for the syllabus, the Science Department's Learning Objectives, and our lecture/lab schedules. Additional reference material about the class is also provided below. It is your responsibility to review this information and ask questions if you do not understand the significance of these statements.

A Wise Man said, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step". Well, this on-line orientation is your first step into my world of anatomy and physiology. Remember, seeking knowledge is not a destination, it is a lifelong journey!


* What is the difference between the laws made by people and nature's laws?
* What is the purpose of science?
* Why should you want to study science?
* Why must you memorize "factoids"? (Play the Jig-Saw Puzzle)
* What is science?
* How to Use This Web Site
* How to Determine Your Grade

* Recommended Textbook

* About Anatomy Lab
* About Anatomy Lab Web Resources
* Learning Center Tutorial Service - Lab Resources
* Recommended Lab Manual

  BIOL 2710 Anatomy & Physiology
* Bio 2710 - Syllabus for Sections C1625 & C1627
* Bio 2710 - Lecture & Lab Schedule T/Th
* Bio 2710 - Lecture & Exam Schedule M/W/F

Lecture Objectives (Required Knowledge)

Lab Objectives (Required Knowledge)
* Unit 1
* Unit 2
* Unit 3
* Unit 4