Welcome - Functional Human Anatomy ANAT 5217   Functional Human Anatomy
CREDIT HOURS: 6
Functional Human Anatomy is a full-credit course covering gross anatomy and peripheral neuroanatomy of the human body through the use of lectures and laboratories. The primary objectives are to learn detailed functional anatomy and peripheral neuroanatomy of the upper and lower limb and the back using anatomical specimens. The course includes a survey of the major structures of the trunk, head and neck, also from a functional point of view. The focus is on the osteology, arthrology, myology, peripheral neurology and surface anatomy. Students are encouraged to become self-directed learners in anatomy so that they can continue to expand their understanding of the human body throughout their professional careers. Hands-on learning and discussions are required. The course is designed for graduate students in the MSc PT program. INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Irena Rot. Format: Lecture and Laboratory.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Lab
  • Seminar
  • Discussion

PREREQUISITES: ANAT 1010 or equivalent.