ATC 333 – Gross Anatomy
This course presents the opportunity for students to study the structure and functional relationships of the musculoskeletal system of the human body. Primary emphasis is placed on the limbs, trunk, and the peripheral aspects of the central nervous system. The laboratory format utilizes prosected, cadaveric and anatomical models, and faculty provide curricular connection to the fields of Athletic Training and Exercise Science.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture, Lab

Exercise & Sport Performance Department
This excerpt is straight from the U-Online course catalog.

My Brief Description:
I took this course in the Fall of 2019 and it is still the BEST class that I have ever taken in college. The course takes place almost entirely in the cadaver lab and encourages hands-on learning. Dr. Rahman is honestly the best professor that I have ever had, and the term “functional lunacy” is important to understand when in this class. She makes learning FUN, and when the entire class is essentially memorization, fun is something that dissipates very quickly. This class allows students to work with cadavers and learn what the inside of the human body actually looks like. Not many schools offer an undergraduate Gross Anatomy course and I was very fortunate to be able to take it.

Here is some of the stuff you’ll learn: