Ms. Lucy Goodwin,
Ms. Shannon Smith,
Anatomy Graduate Program Objectives
The objective of the Master of Science Program in Anatomy is to train and produce competent, well rounded professionals. At the end of this program, graduates will have acquired training in knowledge and skills in the anatomical sciences. They will be able to perform dissections, deploy microscopic techniques, critically analyze scientific literature in the anatomical sciences, and understand rationale and design for studies and experiments in the anatomical sciences. With a Clinical Anatomy degree, graduates will be able to teach and carry out research in health sciences education. With an Anatomy Research degree, graduates will be able to design and conduct experiments in biomedical research. With a combined MD-MS degree, graduates will be able to apply fundamental principles of anatomy to surgical operative procedures and skills.
In addition to these program objectives, each course has specific objectives which are outlined at the start of the course.