The master of science in anatomy curriculum is designed to immerse you in the discipline of anatomy while honing your teaching and presentation skills. Through your courses, teaching hours, individual journaling, laboratory work and research, you will develop a deep knowledge of anatomy – critically needed in the medical profession – and an exceptional ability to share that knowledge.
The master of science in anatomy is a 40.5 credit hour program of study. Students must successfully complete 37 credit hours of required coursework and three hours of elective coursework.
|Core anatomy courses||Credit hours|
|Cell and Tissue Biology||3|
|Other required courses||Credit hours|
|Teaching in Anatomy||4|
|Biostatistics and Research||3|
|Other required total||2|
|Electives (3 credit hours minimum)||Credit hours|
|Tools for Teaching||1|
|Basic Surgical Skills||1|