This course is designed to meet the anatomy prerequisite for students who may be applying for admission to health-profession programs. Many students taking this course possess an undergraduate degree and are in the process of making a career change. BMS 310 is a four-month course with a virtual laboratory and emphasizes the concepts that contain the necessary background for courses the student will take in his/her professional studies.
BMS 310 - Anatomy for the Health Professions includes the same major subject and content areas as traditional human anatomy courses taught on campus. However, all course material is on the web via Canvas or purchased through the CSU bookstore. The lab is accomplished using a human prosection laboratory guide that interfaces with virtual human cadaver software.
Communication with the instructor will be by both email and phone.
This course is offered three times per year. Our summer course is 12 weeks and runs May-August. Our fall course is 16 weeks and runs from August to December. Our Spring class is also 16 weeks and runs from January to May.
View a brief description of this online lab.
One semester of college level Biology
This course does not replace BMS 301 - Human Gross Anatomy for admitted CSU students.