Introduction to Human Anatomy

A lecture and cadaver based laboratory course designed to help students gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts of human anatomy. Include the examination of skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, and digestive structures. Does not involve dissection.

Prerequisite: 1 unit of Organismal Biology and Ecology 105, 106, or 107, or Molecular Biology 131, or Human Biology and Kinesiology 130, or Psychology 296 or 299, or consent of instructor. Sophomore Standing or higher.

1 unit — Miska

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Introduction to Human Anatomy examines the fundamental concepts of the structure of the human body. Students will attend lectures and utilize previously dissected human cadavers along with other anatomical models.
Detail from Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man
A lecture and cadaver-based lab course designed to help students gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts of the structure of the human body. This course is designed to meet the needs of students interested in graduate studies & allied health fields. This course does not involve dissection, but human cadavers that have previously been dissected will serve as learning tools for students, in addition to various anatomical models.

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Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2022 Block 5 Introduction to Human Anatomy Dan Miska Tutt Science Building 218 20 / 0 05/15/2022
Spring 2022 Block 7 Introduction to Human Anatomy Dan Miska Tutt Science Building 218 20 / 0 05/15/2022
Summer 2022 Block A Introduction to Human Anatomy Dan Miska TBA 20 / 8 05/15/2022
Summer 2022 Block C Introduction to Human Anatomy Dan Miska TBA 20 / 1 05/15/2022
Fall 2022 Block 4 Introduction to Human Anatomy Dan Miska TBA 20 / 0 05/15/2022
Spring 2023 Block 5 Introduction to Human Anatomy Dan Miska TBA 20 / 20 05/15/2022
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