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ANAT200 Human Morphology Course Page

Description: An introductory survey course in general human anatomy. The course covers the gross and microscopic anatomy of the tissues, organs and organ systems of the body, with emphasis on the relationships, interactions and functions of major structures.

ANAT305 Cross-Sectional Anatomy Course Page

Description: A study of human gross anatomy from a regional perspective, with a particular emphasis on cross-sectional structure and three-dimensional relationships. Students will apply their knowledge to correlate prosected human cadaveric specimens with radiological images derived from a variety of techniques. This course is intended to prepare students who are considering a career in applied radiological imaging and radiotherapy. Prerequisite: ANAT 200 or permission of the Department.

ANAT400 Human Embryonic Development Course Page

Description: A study of the development of the human embryo from conception to birth. The development of cells, tissues and organs of specific major structures will be covered including their relative development to other systems and structures. An understanding of anomalous development and the ability to survive will be included based on a thorough understanding of normal development. Prerequisite: ANAT 200 or consent of Division. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of ANAT 300 or 400.

ANAT401 Human Neuroanatomy Course Page

Description: A study of the human nervous system including its development and function from an anatomical viewpoint. Both the central and peripheral nervous systems will be presented with some emphasis on abnormal development and its consequences. There will be an emphasis on clinical application where appropriate. Prerequisite: ANAT 200 or consent of Division. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of ANAT 301 or 401.

ANAT402 Human Histology Course Page

Description: A detailed study of the histology of the tissues and organ systems of the human body and the structural principles that govern their organization, interaction and physiological function. Will be based on self-study, utilizing an interactive, web-based learning program, and group discussions during weekly seminar sessions. Prerequisite: ANAT 200 or equivalent and consent of Division.

ANAT403 The Human Body Course Page

Description: A detailed, regional study of the gross anatomy of the human body using functional, clinical, and evolutionary perspectives. Will include lectures and laboratory sessions involving dissection of human cadavers. Prerequisite: ANAT 200 or equivalent and consent of Division.

ANAT490 Individual Study Course Page

Description: Registration is contingent upon a student having made prior arrangements with a Faculty member in the Division. Credit may be obtained for this course more than once. This is primarily a supervised self-study in any of the anatomical disciplines. Prerequisite: consent of Division.

ANAT491 Current Topics in Anatomy Course Page

Description: Discussion of topics relevant to the anatomical disciplines. Credit may be obtained for this course more than once. Prerequisite: consent of Division.

ANAT497A Research Project Course Page

Description: Directed research carried out in the laboratory of an assigned member of the Division. Credit for this course may be obtained more than once. Successful completion requires a written report and oral presentation on the research project. Registration is contingent upon a student having made prior arrangements with a Faculty member in the Division. Prerequisite: consent of Division.

ANAT497B Research Project Course Page

Description: Directed research carried out in the laboratory of an assigned member of the Division. Credit for this course may be obtained more than once. Successful completion requires a written report and oral presentation on the research project. Registration is contingent upon a student having made prior arrangements with a Faculty member in the Division. Prerequisite: consent of Division.

ANAT500 Human Development Course Page

Description: A study of human development from conception to birth. The formation of tissues and organ systems will be covered, including their relations to other developing systems and structures. An understanding of anomalous development and the ability to survive will be included based on thorough understanding of normal developmental processes. Prerequisite: ANAT 200 or consent of Division. Restricted to students registered in the Pathologist's Assistant program.

ANAT503 Human Anatomy Course Page

Description: A detailed, regional examination of human structure incorporating functional, developmental, clinical and evolutionary perspectives. This course will used both didactic and practical instruction, including the dissection of human cadaveric tissue. Prerequisite: ANAT 200 with a minimum grade of B+ or consent of Division. Restricted to students registered in the Pathologist's Assistant program.

ANAT600A Medical Gross Anatomy Course Page

Description: Advanced study of human gross anatomy. Will entail supervised, self-directed, hands-on dissection by the student for the examination of human structure and function. Particular emphasis will be placed on the clinical relevance of Human Anatomy and its importance to clinical medicine. Prerequisite: consent of Division.

ANAT600B Medical Gross Anatomy Course Page

Description: Advanced study of human gross anatomy. Will entail supervised, self-directed, hands-on dissection by the student for the examination of human structure and function. Particular emphasis will be placed on the clinical relevance of Human Anatomy and its importance to clinical medicine. Prerequisite: consent of Division.

ANAT603 Medical Histology Course Page

Description: Advanced study of human histology with an emphasis on the relevance of histological examination to clinical medicine. Students will participate in discussions and complete a web-based interactive program. Prerequisite: consent of Division.

ANAT606 Selected Topics in Advanced Human Anatomy Course Page

Description: An in-depth, supervised, self-directed study focussing on topics relevant to the anatomical disciplines. Credit may be obtained for this course more than once. Registration is contingent upon a student having made prior arrangements with a Faculty member in the Division. Prerequisite: consent of Division.

ANAT607 Current Topics in Human Anatomy Course Page

Description: Discussion of topics relevant to the anatomical disciplines. Credit may be obtained for this course more than once. Prerequisite: consent of Division.