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ACB 221: Gross Anatomy

Description
Especially designed for students in Kinesiology with applications to activities involving motion, locomotion and related injuries. The emphasis is on the structural, biomechanical and positional relationships of the skeleton, joints, muscles, blood vessels and peripheral nerves in the trunk and limbs. The anatomy of other major body systems is also covered, but less thoroughly.
Credit units
3
Term description
1(3L-3P)
College
Medicine
Department
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Restriction(s)
Students must be enrolled in the College of Kinesiology.
Prerequisite(s)
(BIOL 120 and 121) or BMSC 224 or BIOL 224.
Note
Students with credit for ACB 310 will not receive credit for ACB 221.