OTE 645 - Clinical Gross Anatomy

Description
Prerequisite: admission to Master of Occupational Therapy program. The course offers in-depth coverage of basic, applied, and clinical aspects of gross anatomy. An advanced, musculoskeletal anatomy course that emphasizes the study of functional relationships between musculature, nervous tissue, vascular, and skeletal components for the extremities and axial skeleton: Cadaver dissection laboratory experience is used to enhance understanding of three dimensional anatomical relationships for specific body regions. Students observe, discuss, teach, learn and dissect all body systems in detail. This course incorporates traditional didactic lectures, discussions, laboratory dissection, students teaching students (peer-teaching) in laboratory sessions, and assignments that rely on critical thinking. Identical with BMS 645. Cannot receive credit for both OTE 645 and BMS 645. 5(3-6) F
Credits
5
Attributes
CHHS Addtl Enrll Fee-GR, Supplemental Fee
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016
Offered
MWFTuTh
Avg. Class Size
24
Avg. Sections
1