General Course Information

MS in Integrative Anatomical Sciences is a 12-month MS program that begins in the summer with intensive instruction in gross anatomy. Students have the opportunity to assist in teaching medical gross anatomy during the regular academic year.

Summer Term: 8 units

Required courses (8 units)

CNB 501ab Human Gross Anatomy (7 units).
CNB 550 Integrative Anatomical Sciences Seminar (1 unit).

Fall Semester: 12 units

Required courses (6-9 units)

CNB 504 Human Skeletal Anatomy (3 Units).
CNB 511aL Microscopic Anatomy (3 units).
CNB 599 Special Topics (3 units): Gross Anatomy Teaching Practicum

(1 semester required, may also be taken in the Spring)
Electives (3-6 units)
CNB 502 Advanced Regional Anatomy (3 units).
CNB 572 Medical Physiology I (4 units).
CNB 590 Directed Research (1-3 units). Requires a written final report.
BKN 551 Musculoskeletal and Biomechanical Basis of Movement (4 units).
PM 510L Principles of Biostatistics (3 units).

Spring Semester: 12 units

Required courses (6-9 units)

CNB 511bL Microscopic Anatomy (3 units).
CNB 521 Neuroanatomy (3 units).
CNB 599 Special Topics (3 units): Gross Anatomy Teaching Practicum.

(1 semester required, may also be taken in the Fall)

Electives (3-6 units)
CNB 503 Advanced Regional Anatomy (3 units).
CNB 573 Medical Physiology II (4 units).
CNB 590 Directed Research (1-3 units). Requires a written final report.
PM 510L Principles of Biostatistics (3 units).