Summer School 2014 Subject List
Human Biology (BIOL1003) - Opens 12 Oct 2012
Department: Biological Sciences
Credit Points: 6
Instructors: (1) Dr Rosanne Quinnell - email@example.com
|Start Date: 07 Jan 2013
End Date: 18 Feb 2013
Status: Places available
Enrolments Open: 12 Oct 2012
Enrolments Close: 07 Dec 2012
Census date: 14 Jan 2013
On-time withdrawals close: 04 Dec 2012
Costs: Local - $4110.00 *
International - $4680.00 *
* Please note: Fees are indicative - while every effort is made to display the correct fees, final fees may vary.
Available to audit: Yes
Open to HSC graduates?: Yes
This Unit of Study has four main components: lectures, practicals, workshops and HBOnline activities. The unit of study provides an introduction to human anatomy and physiology. It includes an overview of cell and tissue structures, the skeletal system, nutrition, digestion and excretion. Human Biology will also look at how our bodies respond to environmental stimuli with respect to the endocrine, nervous and immune systems. After discussion of reproduction and development, it concludes with modern studies and research prospects in biotechnology and human genetics. This unit of study, together with BIOL (1001 or 1911 or 1002 or 1902), or MBLG (1001 or 1901), provides entry to Intermediate units of study in Biology. We recommend students check the prerequisites for the Intermediate units of study in which they intend enrolling to ensure entry requirements are met.
Participation, Laboratory report, incl. draft (24%), quiz(zes) or test (15%), and final exam (50%), case study presentation and participation (11%), satisfactory attendance (Faculty of Science requirement is 80%).
Start Date: 07 Jan 2013 End Date: 18 Feb 2013
Lectures: Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:00 - 13:00 hrs
Lectures: Carslaw Lecture Theatre 173
Van Putte, C., Regan, J. and Russo, A. (2010) Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology 7th Ed, McGraw Hill. The edition comes with a custom publication of: Mader, S.S. (2008) Human Biology, 10th edition, McGraw Hill.