BIO 316 — Musculoskeletal Anatomy
This course emphasizes the detailed form and function of the muscular, skeletal, and nervous systems. Pathology from an anatomical and physiological perspective is discussed. Origins, insertions, innervations, and actions of human muscles are studied in detail. Basic biomechanics are addressed.
Requirements and Prerequisites
Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in BIO 150 lecture and BIO 150 lab and BIO
151 lecture and BIO 151 lab.