MEDS 4052C | 4 credit hours
Fall Semester | Syllabus (PDF)
Dr. Andrew Thompson & Dr. Bruce Giffin
This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive overview of human anatomy. It is well suited for those interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare field as well as students with a general interest in human anatomy. Instructional modalities include lecture and human dissection laboratory. Anatomical regions covered include the back, vertebral canal and spinal cord, thoracic wall, pleural cavity and mediastinum, abdominal wall and contents, and lower and upper extremities. Emphasis will be placed on the clinical relevance of structure-function relationships.