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Contemporary Human Anatomy Program Curriculum

This website reflects current program information, including admissions criteria and curricula.  Information is subject to change.


The EVMS Contemporary Human Anatomy Master's Program is an accelerated curriculum of 3 semesters designed to be flexible for each individual's unique career goals. Graduates gain a comprehensive understanding of the human body while acquiring teaching and research skills using cutting-edge technologies.

 

Summer:

  • Clinical Gross Anatomy (5 credit hours)
  • Instructional Methods (1 credit hour)
  • Medical Imaging (2 credit hours)
  • Embryology* (2 credit hours)

Fall:

  • Histology (2 credit hours)
  • Research in Medical & Health Professions Education* (3 credit hours)
  • Teaching Assistant (2 credit hours)
  • Elective (3 credit hours)

Spring:

  • General Mechanisms of Disease or Neuroscience (6 credit hours)
  • Capstone Project (3 credit hours)
  • Elective (3 credit hours)

Possible Electives:

  • Applied Learning Theories
  • Assessment in Learning
  • Clinical Shadowing
  • Essential Physiology
  • Foundations I - Cell Structure & Function
  • MCAT Preparation
  • Medical Terminology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Simulation in Healthcare
  • Skin, Bone & Muscle
  • Independent Study