This one-year non-thesis program provides students with a rigorous background in the traditional anatomical disciplines, coupled with supervised experiences teaching anatomy or conducting anatomy education research.
Applications for the MS Clinical Anatomy Track are accepted September 3 through April 15 for international applicants, and July 1 for domestic applicants. Students begin in the fall semester only.
Program requirements: Anatomy courses including D501 (Gross Anatomy), D853 (Embryology), D502 (Histology), D527 (Neuroanatomy), as well as F503 (Physiology), B500 (Biochemistry), D861 (Seminar), and electives. No research project is required.
|Fall Year 1||D502 Histology (4)
F503 Physiology (5)
B500 Biochemistry (3)
|Spring Year 1||D501 Gross Anatomy (5)
D527 Neuroanatomy (3)
D853 Embryology (3)
D861 Seminar (1)
|D861 Seminar meets in both Fall and Spring semesters, but registration does not occur until Spring.|
|Summer Year 1||D878 Anat Teaching (2)
or D700 Educ Research (2)
|Fall Year 2||N/A|
|Spring Year 2||N/A|
|Summer Year 2||N/A|
|Research Hours||No research hours required||The Clinical Anatomy Track does not require laboratory research.|
|Electives||Additional graduate-level courses to complete 30 credit hour requirement|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
|Final Projects||No final project required|
|Final Examination||No final exam required|
|Final Examination Committee||No committee required