BIO 301 Gross Anatomy, 5 credits

The study of human anatomy, embryology, and histology emphasizing structure and function in relationship to simple and complex human movement; inter-relationships of neuromuscular and skeletal development and structure (cross-sectional and three-dimensional); and appreciation of anatomical differences among individuals. Laboratory sessions will include cadaver dissection and will strongly integrate Analysis of Human Movement and Applied Physiology.

Lecture: 3 hours. Laboratory: 6 hours.

Prerequisites: BIO 211/212, or BIO 351/352, or permission of the instructor.