01:119:182 ESSENTIALS OF HUMAN REPRODUCTION
This course may NOT be used to fulfill the elective requirements of the Biological Sciences major.
Anatomical and physiological bases of human sexuality; biological and cultural aspects of sexual differentiation and psychosexual development, contraception, venereal disease, and sexual lifestyles.
Sexually transmitted Disease
HIV and AIDS
Studying sexual behavior
Course Satisfies SAS Core Curriculum Learning Goals
1.Natural Sciences (NS): Understand and apply basic principles and concepts in the physical or biological sciences.
2. Natural Sciences (NS): Explain and be able to assess the relationship among assumptions, method, evidence, arguments, and theory in scientific analysis.
Course Satisfies Learning Goals
1. To develop academic skills that will provide a foundation for success in advanced courses, gate-keeper standardized tests, graduate or professional school, and life-long learning.
2. To acquire the appropriate factual and conceptual knowledge that provides student with a foundation on which they can further their immediate education and to manage a career.
Exams, Assignments, and Grading Policy
Your final grade will reflect collective performance during the entire semester. There are a total of 400 points (see below for breakdown). Hourly exams will comprise 50% of the final grade. There will be three hourly exams with the lowest score dropped. The final exam will be cumulative and comprise the remaining 50% of the final grade. The hourly and final exams will be comprised of multiple choice questions.
Hourly Exams (2/3) 200
Final Exam 200
Total for Course 400
Extra Credit: None
Scaling: Grades are scaled based on the relative performance of students to each other.
Text: Human Reproductive Biology
If this course is closed, please use the following link to add your name to the Wait List Sign Up for Spring 2021 Courses . If you have any questions, please contact the Division of Life Sciences - Office of Undergraduate Instruction at 848-445-2075 or visit our office at Nelson Biological Laboratories B112, Busch Campus.
Dr. Anthony Uzwiak
** All information is subject to change at the discretion of the course coordinator.