Human Anatomy; Rowan University-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Stratford, New Jersey
Clinically Integrated Human Anatomy
With the increased implementation of integrated
medical curricula throughout the country, there are dwindling
opportunities to learn “anatomical medicine” through an intact,
clinically-designed “gross anatomy” course. Clinically Integrated Human
Anatomy is an intensive, 8-week course that covers
all aspects of human anatomy but stresses life-stage-dependent clinical
applications. Although the course does not have a detailed embryology
component, it does have sufficient developmental information supporting
the pediatric clinical applications. Students receive instruction through
lecture, interactive laboratory dissection and various modalities of
diagnostic imaging. Students successfully completing the course will earn 7 graduate credits.
The course will meet Monday-Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The first 3
hours each morning will be dedicated to lecture. Dissection labs, lasting
about 3 hours, are performed by student groups under faculty direction.
Grades will be determined by four written and four practical exams to
be given at the conclusion of each section:
Although the summer program is best suited for medical students who
need to remediate deficiencies in requirements of clinically oriented human
gross anatomy, it is also suitable for pre- and post-graduate students of
other health professions, relevant graduate programs, and to serve as a
postgraduate review of clinically integrated human anatomy.
06/02/14 - 07/28/14
For the Summer of 2014, RowanGSBS will be offering Clinically Integrated Human Anatomy to continuing RowanGSBS students, undergraduate students at Rowan University who have permission from their advisor, and students who are matriculated at accredited medical, dental, or osteopathic programs or enrolled as graduate students at other relevant health profession schools.
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 23, 2014. Students who are not enrolled at Rowan University, must pay their tuition and fees in full prior to the start of the class.
Tuition: In-state students, $5,068; Out-of-state students, $6,356.
The tuition reflects the current rate per credit hour.
For further information about the summer course,
Rocco V. Carsia, Ph.D.
Department of Cell Biology
2 Medical Center Drive
Stratford, NJ 08084
Off-campus housing information (GSBS does not have
on-campus housing): http://www.rowan.edu/som/gsbstrat/housing.htm.