This year I am teaching five sections of Forensic Science and one section of Anatomy and Physiology. Below are basic outlines of class topics, for more information please visit their respective links.
Forensic Science will work on a new topic each week during the semester. They are as follows: History of Forensic Science, The Crime Scene, Physical Evidence, Trace Evidence, Tools and Ballistics, Anthropology, DNA, Forensic Serology, Blood Spatter, Drugs, Toxicology, Fingerprints, Computer Forensics, Handwriting and Documents, Forensic Psychology, Serial Murder, and if we are in school our Final Crime Scene. All lectures, notes, assignments, and assessments will be posted in Google classroom. Labs will occur on in-person days and will be a mix of hands on as well as demonstrations dependent upon supplies and safety.
Anatomy and Physiology will focus on the physical structures and chemical functions of specific systems and their component organs, tissues, and cells. Topics include: Characteristics of Life, Organization of life, Chemical reactions of the body, Respiratory system, Digestive system, Urinary system, Integumentary system, Nervous system, Lymphatic system, Skeletal system, Muscular system, Cardiovascular system, Endocrine system, Reproductive system. All lectures, notes, assignments, and assessments will be available on the Canvas learning platform.
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