Anatomy - Course Work
During the first year of the Anatomy Graduate Program, incoming students take all a majority of the required anatomical courses including Human Gross Anatomy, Human Embryology, Human Microscopic Anatomy, and Human Neuroanatomy. During the second year, students take 2 of 3 of the requisite core curriculum that was put in place in 2007 for all graduate students. Electives can be chosen in the second semester of the first and second year to augment the curriculum. Upper class anatomy students have a unique opportunity to be involved in the teaching of anatomy to medical students. In addition, students are engaged in various research courses such as colloquium during their process of selecting laboratories or performing thesis research.
Required Anatomy courses (15 credits) for both Master’s and PhD students include: