Summer Sessions 2021 Course Syllabus
Course: HITT-1305- Section: 71
Medical Terminology I
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|Description||Study of medical terms through word origin and structure. Introduction to abbreviations and symbols, surgical and diagnostic procedures, and medical specialties.|
|Learning Outcomes||Identify, pronounce, and spell medical terms; use terms in context; utilize prefixes, suffixes, root words, and plurals to construct medical terms; analyze medical terms; translate abbreviations; and interpret symbols.|
|Program Student Learning Outcomes||
Identify, pronounce, and spell medical terms.
Translate and interpret health abbreviations and symbols.
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The Basics of Medical Terminology
Body, Diagnosis, Equipment, Instruments, and Treatment
Nervous System and Special Senses
Circulatory (Cardio/vascular) System
Integumentary (Skin) System
Urinary System, Uro/genital System
Reproductive Systems & Sexually Transmitted Infections
Week 1: (June 7-13) Orientation; Chapters 1-4 (#1-19) Overview of Interactive Textbook, The Basics of Medical Terminology, Body, Diagnosis, Equipment, Instruments, and Treatment, and Integrated Medicine
Week 2: (June 14-20)EXAM 1 (# 22) Due June 20th; Chapters 5-7 (#20-36) Musculo/skeletal System, and Nervous System and Special Senses
Week 3: (June 21-27) Chapters 8-10 (#37-55) Circulatory (Cardio/vascular) System, Respiratory System, and Integumentary (Skin) System
Week 4: (June 28-July 4) EXAM 2 (#61) Due July 4th; Chapters 11-13 (#56-71) Integumentary (Skin) System, Urinary System, Uro/genital System, and Reproductive Systems & Sexually Transmitted Infections
Week 5: (July 5-11) Chapters 14-15 (#72-77) Endocrine System, ; EXAM 3 (#77) Due July 11th
Week 6: (July 12) FINAL EXAM (#79) Due July 12th
*** You can work ahead and complete the course ahead of scheduled due dates.
*** Changes may be made to course work, due dates, etc. Instructor reserves the right to add or change assignments during semester if deemed necessary.
Because this is a summer course, late work will not be accepted. For this reason, all quiz and assignment grades will count as 20% of the course average (Quizzes 15%, Assignments 5%).
ALWAYS USE LINKS PROVIDED IN BLACKBOARD TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS. DO NOT GO DIRECTLY TO PUBLISHER SITE UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY INSTRUCTOR.
TURN WORK IN ON TIME AS POSTED IN THE COURSE OR AS OUTLINED BY INSTRUCTOR'S VERBAL OR WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS.
|Final Exam Date||July 11, 2021 - 8:0 AM Through July 12, 2021 - 11:0 AM|
|Grading Scale||90 - 100 = A 80 - 89 = B 70 - 79 = C 60 - 69 = D Below 59 = F|
EXAMS = 60%
Quizzes = 15%
FINAL EXAM 20%
ASSESSMENT METHODS & GRADING POLICY
* Students should keep a record of their grades/average. It is not the instructors responsibility to average grades for students to review. (Students should be able to see grades through blackboard when an assignment is completed.
*The instructor will not drop grades.
*Instructor will copy grades weekly from the Caduceus platform to the Blackboard platform.
* Each module focuses on specific learning outcomes. However, some activities in the course may be used to enhance learning and may not be graded. Student learning will be assessed with assignments, quizzes, discussions, exams, etc. throughout the course.
* Due dates are posted each week for course work.
* Instructions and grading information will be posted on the course site for each assignment.
* Instructor will not drop grades.
* NO MAKE-UP ASSIGNMENTS. Assignments are closed and will be unavailable to view and complete after the due date. The assignment will receive a grade of zero (0).
* NO MAKE-UP QUIZZES. Quizzes will be give weekly for each chapter. If a student misses a quiz, the grade is recorded as a zero (0). After quizzes are closed, you cannot make-up a quiz.
* NO MAKE-UP EXAMS. If a student should miss an exam, at the end of the semester, the instructor will average all exam grades [including the zero(s)] to replace the zero for the missed exam. (The final exam will not be calculated in this average.)
EXAMPLE: 4 test grades: 100, 100, 0, 80 = 280; 280/4= 70; 70 will go in the place of the zero.; Test grades are now 100, 100, 70,80
* THE FINAL EXAM ACCOUNTS FOR 2% OF THE COURSE AVERAGE. The FINAL EXAM will be comprehensive. ALL STUDENTS MUST TAKE THE FINAL EXAM on the scheduled date and time, and failure to do so will result in a zero (0) on the final exam.
* Academic dishonesty will result in a zero on any academic work or exam in question; a second incidence of academic dishonesty on any academic work or exam in question will result in the student being given an "F" for the course.
* Every student MUST have a copy of the required material by the 1st week of class. A free trial is available. The student will still be responsible for any assignments given.
*Payment deferment options - free trials are available.
* Assignments and due dates are posted in the course. Check the calendar; check the announcements; check email; and check the To-Do List.
* Students are responsible for being prepared for class. The student is responsible for completing all assigned homework, including reading assignments, and doing so by required due dates.
* STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLETING ALL ASSIGNED READING. Read over chapters PRIOR to class even if reading was not assigned.
* STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO FOLLOW WRITTEN and/or ORAL INSTRUCTIONS. It is important to follow all directions. A failure to follow written and/or oral instructions will result in penalties.
*** DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO COMPLETE CLASSWORK AND EXAMS. ***
STUDENTS MAY WORK AHEAD
* COMPUTER FAILURE AND LACK OF INTERNET ACCESS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE EXCUSES FOR MISSED ASSIGNMENTS, PROJECTS, QUIZZES, EXAMS, ETC.
* We cannot control weather conditions, power outages, etc. Students should complete classwork as soon as possible so due dates are not missed.
* PLEASE.... Do NOT wait until the last weeks of class to discuss your grades with your instructor.
* If you are having issues with the class, the material covered, or have any other issues, please contact the instructor as soon as possible.
* If you would like to discuss your grades, contact the instructor to meet in person. (Instructor will speak to the student only.)
* Research has shown a cause and effect relationship between attendance and college success. Students with more than three absences from the course will receive an academic penalty.
* Poor attendance is a leading reason for termination from a job in all areas of employment. With this factor in mind, the instructor monitors student course activity weekly.
* Class participation is required. It is important to be active within the course. New assignments may be added to the weekly folders if instructor feels it is necessary.
* Students are expected to log in to Blackboard a minimum of three times per week - even if they think all work is complete.
* Students are expected to check e-mail a minimum of three times per week - even if they think all work is complete.
|Academic Honesty||Academic honesty is expected from all students, and dishonesty in any form will not be tolerated. Please consult the LSC-PA policies (Section IX, subsection A, in the Faculty Handbook) for consequences of academic dishonesty.|
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METHODS OF PRESENTATION:
Several methods of presentation may be used in class and may include any of the following:
Lecture (through PowerPoint slides, interactive notes, video, or audio sources)
Computer Assisted Learning (publisher websites)
The student is required to have all required software, e-books, key codes, etc. needed for class to complete required readings, work, etc.
Reliable Internet access is required for all online courses. You may use the open lab provided in the Gates Memorial Library.
COMPUTER FAILURE AND LACK OF INTERNET ACCESS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE EXCUSES FOR MISSED ASSIGNMENTS, PROJECTS, QUIZZES, EXAMS, ETC. Students may use the computer lab in the Gates Memorial Library if they do not have reliable internet access.
* If a student decides to withdraw, he or she should also verify that the withdrawal is submitted before the final withdrawal date.
* It is the responsibility of each student to ensure that his or her name is removed from the roll should he or she decide to withdraw from the class.
* The student is also strongly encouraged to retain their copy of the withdrawal form for their records.
* The student is required to turn in any equipment or items that belong to the department. Failure to do so may compromise their standing with LSCPA.
* State law permits students to withdraw from no more than six courses during their entire undergraduate career at Texas public colleges or universities. With certain exceptions, all course withdrawals automatically count towards this limit. Details regarding this policy can be found in the LSCPA college catalog.
E-Mail/Voice Mail Etiquette:
* Students must use appropriate e-mail etiquette when corresponding with instructor; for example, complete sentences and a full subject line with your name/course name.
* Voice mail messages should be clearly spoken identifying student's name, course, and any return phone number.
*Exceptions and/or changes may be made to information in this syllabus at the instructors discretion.
|HB 2504||This syllabus is part of LSC-PA's efforts to comply with Texas House Bill 2504.|