Students will be given the opportunity to acquire advanced knowledge of the anatomical structures of the
human body, including but not limited to the head and neck, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and extremities,
and developing knowledge essential to be able to: 1) understand how anatomy relates to function; 2)
identify anatomic structures in a surgical setting; 3) distinguish normal from abnormal structures; 4)
demonstrate respect for the human body; 5) appreciate the complexity of the human body; and 6)
interpret research related to anatomy. Laboratory includes study of a prosected cadaver. Prerequisites:
Admission into Pathologists Assistant graduate program.
|Prerequisite: Admission into Pathologists Assistant graduate program.|