Human Anatomy & Histology Online
The department of Anatomy and Cell Biology within the UF College of Medicine offers several online courses in Medical Human Anatomy and Histology to post students seeking advanced training in this subject area in order to prepare for either career advancement or application to medical or graduate school.
Course Description: Medical human anatomy, using a combined regional and systemic approach to examine the relationships and organization of major structures within the thorax, abdomen, head/neck, and back/limbs regions of the body; correlations with diagnostic imaging and pathophysiology; medical-based scenarios to develop problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Course Description: Laboratory study of medical human anatomy using regional and systemic approaches to examine the relationships and organization of the major structures within the body; extensive use of images of human dissection combined with diagnostic imaging and pathophysiology.
Course Description: Microscopic structure and function of human cells and tissues in organ systems, correlation with diagnostic imaging of normal and pathologic tissues, and medical based scenarios to develop problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Summer C 2013
Classes Begin: May 13
Advanced Registration: March 25-May 7 & May 9
Regular Registration: May 10
Drop Deadline: May 14
Fee Payments: May 24
Classes end: August 9
Tuition plus fees is $550.00 per credit hour.
Registration for these courses is a two step process:
Step 1- Fill out the Non-Degree Registration Form
Step 2- On the Non-Degree Registration Form you must choose the following option from the drop down menu:
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE – Med/anatomy/histology courses
Step 3- You will be contacted by someone with instructions on how to use the university's