BMS 301  Human Gross Anatomy  Credits: 5 (3-2-1)

Course Description: Structure and function of the human body. Study of prosected human cadavers; clinical applications; living anatomy.
Prerequisite: BZ 110 or LIFE 102.
Registration Information: Must register for lecture, laboratory, and recitation.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: Yes.

Major in Anthropology, Geography Concentration

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...365 Quantifying Anthropology STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical...from the following: AA, BMS, BIO, BZ, CHEM...

Major in Anthropology, Archaeology Concentration

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...365 Quantifying Anthropology STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical...from the following: AA, BMS, BIO, BZ, CHEM...

Major in Equine Science

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...Large Animal Anatomy/Physiology BMS 300 Principles of...201 General Statistics STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical...

Major in Animal Science

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...Large Animal Anatomy/Physiology BMS 300 Principles of...201 General Statistics STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical...